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Best AstroBiological podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best AstroBiological podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
The surprising connections in science and technology that give you the Big Picture. Astronomer Seth Shostak and science journalist Molly Bentley are joined each week by leading researchers, techies, and journalists to provide a smart and humorous take on science. Our regular "Skeptic Check" episodes cast a critical eye on pseudoscience.
 
UNKNOWN—a UFO podcast—is a bi-weekly show led by a team of UFO journalists and researchers who approach the UFO subject with responsible skepticism and the scientific, journalistic attention it deserves. On each episode, they discuss current UFO stories, revisit the history of the modern UFO era, and hang out with special guests as they explore the mysterious and fascinating UFO subject.
 
Space Talk features discussions on a variety of space related topics from SpaceRef and our partners as well as public domain sources such as NASA. Topics include robotic and manned space exploration, space science, space policy, Mars, Astrobiology and everything in between.
 
The NewSpace India podcast brings you insights by providing glimpses of the past, addresses the present challenges and installs a vision for the future from experts who have been involved in India's space activities. Stay connected to the space community by joining the Telegram group using the link below https://t.me/spaceindia
 
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Dr. Siddharth Pandey is the Head of Amity Space Centre and the Centre of Excellence in Astrobiology at Amity University, India. As a part of this, he is leading an initiative to establish India’s first centre that will work towards studying the origins and distribution of life in the Universe. Prior to this, he has experience in building sample col…
 
Justin joins us for a swapcast to answer some of his questions about ancient history. We chat about some of his latest video’s on “placenta evolving from an ancient retrovirus” and the “Doggerland dredging”. We also chat about suspending belief, the Ancient Frontier Project, hidden hand of history, human evolution, conquistadors, genetics and his g…
 
Ramesh Nagasamudram and Govindarajan DS are cofounders of Aniara Space, a commercial satcom company based in India and US. They have over 50 years of satellite communications industry experience between them. Want to keep in touch with the NewSpace India community? Do join us on the Telegram group https://t.me/joinchat/CKtNfRCbLhmjSO-XJmtmuw For co…
 
Histories, mysteries, memories and families: it’s time to clamber up our ancestral trees. Author and genealogist Stephen Hanks -- who teaches genealogy classes in Portland, Oregeon and has contributed to PBS genealogy documentaries -- sits down to chat about what ignited a passion for learning about his own history. Also: how to find your family th…
 
It’s one of the most bizarre biological experiments ever. In the 18th century, a scientist fitted a pair of tailor-made briefs on a male frog to determine the animal’s contribution to reproduction. The process of gestation was a mystery and scientists had some odd-ball theories. Today, a 5th grader can tell you how babies are made, but we still don…
 
Interview starts at 45:25 Mike Beaver joins us to talk about his book that he is trying to find an agent for. He’s had quite the career and experiences over the decades and has amassed an incredible amount of info/stories/links and documents on his website. We chat about his paranormal experiences, attached spirits, addiction, human history, the as…
 
Darren from the Grimerica Podcast flew all the way down from Canada to hang out on the Plateau and do Texas stuff with us(guns, bbq, and podcasting). We had a lot of fun, sent a lot of lead downrange, blew some shit up, brainstormed future Contact at the Cabin events, and sat down in the Tangent Cube for a bit of podcasting. We talk about how we go…
 
Cumulus! Lenticular! Venti sugar-free stratocumulus stratiformis translucidus undulatus! Those light and fluffy things that hang overhead weigh thousands of pounds and form under all kinds of conditions. Cloud doctor and nephologist Dr. Rachel Storer chats about why she loves clouds, the different varieties of them, weather modification, sun dogs, …
 
Climate change isn’t happening. Vaccines make you sick. When it comes to threats to public or environmental health, a surprisingly large fraction of the population still denies the consensus of scientific evidence. But it’s not the first time – many people long resisted the evidentiary link between HIV and AIDS and smoking with lung cancer. There’s…
 
We host our first ever real call-in show type podcast and a big thanks to all the listeners who called in to tell us stories, talk about important topics or eps and give us some great feedback. Thank you to John, Chris, Mark, Morgan, Russ, Bill, Jack, Matt, Chris, Allie, Lewcifer, Chumbo, JVL, Dave, Julian, Kyle, Paul and Dan for calling in and sup…
 
Diabetic diabetologist and wonderful person Dr. Mike Natter, MD is back to answer all of your questions about blood sugar, the cost of insulin, pancreas transplants, keto, glucagon, how exercise can save your life, his most meaningful interactions with patients, pudding theft, and the best place to cry at work. Also: why you should always keep fros…
 
Your blood sugar can make you happy, moody, sweaty, unconscious and possibly even homicidal. In this episode, Dr. Mike Natter dishes about how blood sugar works, what insulin does, and how prevalent diabetes is in all of its various forms. Also: keto vs. vegan, hypoglycemia, cyborg organs, owl hoots, gestational diabetes, type 1 vs. type 2 and ... …
 
Interview Starts at 37:10 Courtney Kittrell joins us to chat about her book Unapologetically Favoured and her time in the military as a black lesbian woman. She tells a powerful and emotional story about leadership, learning from mistakes, intuition, dealing with an active shooter, and personal struggles. We also chat about UFO’s, having good frien…
 
Vasudevan Mukunth is the Science editor at The Wire. He is a science communicator in Bengaluru, India who writes about astronomy, high-energy physics, statistics, scientific publishing and the digital media. Want to keep in touch with the NewSpace India community? Do join us on the Telegram group https://t.me/joinchat/CKtNfRCbLhmjSO-XJmtmuw For com…
 
Bison bison! Not just something to holler into the sky, but also the scientific name for North America's majestic wild bovines that once roamed the plains in the tens of millions. What's up with their humps? On what occasion do they wear capes? What noises do they make? How many are out there? What are the best ways to help them? In this special ep…
 
Get ready for compassionate computers that feel your pain, share your joy, and generally get where you’re coming from. Computers that can tell by your voice whether you’re pumped up or feeling down, or sense changes in heart rate, skin, or muscle tension to determine your mood. Empathetic electronics that you can relate to. But wait a minute – we d…
 
Interview Starts at 49:05 JR Hodge, aka OddManOut, joins us to chat about the deep state, his journey from one wing to no wings, politics, and his new podcast. We hit a few third rail topics so we’ll see if this stays on youtube. We also chat about documentaries, books and other shows highlighting the New World Order. Check out his OddManOut Instag…
 
"The future's not ours to see..." OR IS IT? Professional futurologist Rose Eveleth -- host of the podcast Flash Forward -- endures all kinds of breathless questions from Alie about shiny metal and implanted microchips and biohacking and population density curves and flying cars and equality and utopias and the Jetsons and technology and nuclear fus…
 
You are your brain. But what happens when your brain changes for the worse – either by physical injury or experience? Are you still responsible for your actions? We hear how the case of a New York man charged with murder was one of the first to introduce neuroscience as evidence in court. Plus, how technology hooks us – a young man so addicted to v…
 
Arup Dasgupta worked in the Space Applications Centre, Indian Space Research Organisation, from November 1970 to March 2005. He began his career in the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) and later was involved in the management of applications programmes for several remote sensing satellites including Bhaskara and IRS as well as t…
 
FEAR. Anxiety. Stress. Dread. It's all the same dang thing, as it turns out. Biologist and fear expert Mary Poffenroth is back to answer your questions in Part 2 of the encore presentation that's been one of the most helpful interviews of ol' Alie Ward's life. Learn how super successful people approach fear, Mary’s scariest hour, plus answers to al…
 
Do we still need doctors? There are umpteen alternative sources of medical advice, including endless and heartfelt health tips from people without medical degrees. Frankly, self-diagnosis with a health app is easier and cheaper than a trip to a clinic. Since we’re urged to be our own health advocate and seek second opinions, why not ask Alexa or co…
 
Interview starts at 29:50 Chris Knowles joins us in Grimerica for a long awaited chat about his first “fiction” book He Will Live up in the Sky. We also chat about his various blogs, symbolism, hollywood wokeness, practicing magic, the system, and the late Roman Republic. We touch on laws, the system, political correctness, Chinese intelligence, ng…
 
Every day, your brain tries to save your life by being terrified. Thanks, brain! Also, calm the f*ck down, brain. In 2018, Alie hunted down Mary Poffenroth, an expert in the biological and sociological causes/effects of fear -- and it is riveting. This December, Time Magazine named Ologies a top podcast and recommended this episode specifically. Pl…
 
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