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Lynn Ware Peek, John Wells

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From the discovery of new dinosaurs to the science of an avalanche. From the secret technology behind Facebook, to nanotechnology. Deciphering science and technology in an entertaining, amusing and accessible way. If we can understand it, so can you. Hosted by Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells.
 
Welcome to Real Science Radio with co-hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams who discuss the latest in science to debunk evolution and to show the evidence for the creator God including from biology, geology, astronomy, and physics. (For example, mutations will give you bad legs long before you'd get good wings.) Not only do we get to debate Darwinists and atheists like Lawrence Krauss, AronRa, and Eugenie Scott, and easily take potshots from popular evolutionists like PZ Myers, Phil Plait, and ...
 
Ocean Science Radio is a joint project between Andrew Kornblatt, founder and host of the Online Ocean Symposium, and Naomi Frances Farabaugh of FIU. Previous co-host was Samantha Wishnak, Digital Media Coordinator at Ocean Exploration Trust. The program will focus on and highlight the latest and greatest ocean science stories that the world has to offer.
 
Oc-cult - 1. of or pertaining to magic, astrology, or any system claiming use or knowledge of secret or supernatural powers or agencies. 2. beyond the range of ordinary knowledge or understanding; mysterious. 3. secret; disclosed or communicated only to the initiated. 4. hidden from view. 5. (in early science) a. not apparent on mere inspection but discoverable by experimentation. b. of a nature not understood, as physical qualities. c. dealing with such qualities; experimental: occult science.
 
Planetary Radio brings you the human adventure across our solar system and beyond. We visit each week with the scientists, engineers, leaders, advocates and astronauts who are taking us across the final frontier. Regular features raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Join host Mat Kaplan and Planetary Society colleagues including Bill Nye the Science Guy, Bruce Betts, and Emily Lakdawalla as they dive deep into the latest space news. The monthly Space Policy Edition takes ...
 
Carry the One is a small team of young scientists at UCSF who are passionate about bringing science stories straight to the public's ear in an entertaining, digestible way. Tune in for stories ranging from current research to science history, from medical science to the natural and social sciences. -- Visit us at carrytheoneradio.com Twitter: @CTORadio Instagram: @carrytheoneradio To support the show: www.patreon.com/carrytheone
 
The Science Lab Radio Podcast gives you a chance to learn from your peers teaching science labs face-to-face, hybrid or all online. Every other week, you will hear interviews from faculty across the globe. We will focus on :· Curriculum · How to manage resources in the lab· Hitting a moving target with students & the demands of online, F2F and hybrid learning· Equipment opportunities or challenges· Specimens· Accessibility in the lab (online and F2F)· Inclusion and Diversity & what it means ...
 
Aaron Singerman hosts Readiness Radio and discusses sacrifices and professionalism as it relates to business. He and his guests share personal past experiences that exemplify the necessary skills and tips needed to better themselves in those areas. You will undoubtedly gain some knowledge to better yourself for future endeavors. Enjoy episodes just like this weekly and soon daily on RedCon1.com.
 
The only hour of radio that's neither an hour, nor on radio. These are Science fiction and fantasy stories from the intimidating collection of the Story Keeper. SILENCE! Each episode is written by a different author and performed in front of a live audience by members of the Collapsing Horse ensemble. Come in and wonder at the variety, the virtuosity, the vernacular, and the venereal. Welcome to the Collapsing Horse Science Fiction Radio Hour! Presented by DMC Radio. You can support the show ...
 
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Listen to encouraging weight loss transformations with your Co-Host Gary Kelley and Health Coach Stacy Roehl who has lost 90 pounds and kept it off for over two years. This is not multilevel marketing, it’s not a diet, it’s a science that will change your life without exercise. Do you think it’s too good to be true? Give us a spin!
 
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Today on Cool Science Radio, Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells guests include: (01:08) Emma Louden, a Yale Ph.D. student in astrophysics studying 4000 planets in 500 solar systems, who talks about her goal of putting our own planet in context. Then, (26:52) Daniel Bergner, author of The Mind and The Moon, joins the show. He explores the history of drug…
 
This episode is not about strategy or tactics or building your marketing team, This week, it's about capabilities. We're going way back to basics, to do a mindset reset on what marketing actually means. How can marketers know their customers better than they know themselves and solve problems for those customers all along their journey, not just wi…
 
With Mat Kaplan in London for Planetary Radio Live, we bring back one of the most moving events in the history of our show. The Cassini orbiter plunged into Saturn in the early hours of September 15, 2017. Hundreds gathered to mark the end of this remarkable voyage, including former NASA chief scientists Jim Green, John Grunsfeld and Ellen Stofan. …
 
Fred & co-host Doug McBurney discuss fossils, NPR, & the beginnings of Real Science Radio *About a Million Reasons to Doubt: …that the organism trapped in an Australian halite fluid inclusion, and that might still be alive is actually millions, (or even 1 million) years old! *RSR Origins: Listen in as Fred and co-host Doug McBurney review the origi…
 
Australia’s battle against the invasion of cane toads goes all the way back to 1935 when they were initially introduced to fight cane beetle infestation. In a few decades’ time, cane toads have become a big bully and taken over the top spot in the local ecosystem. In this episode, Dr. Roshmi Sarma, an ecologist from UNSW, shares her research on the…
 
On today's Cool Science Radio, John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek's guests are Sophie Bushwick and Chris Cashwell. We start the show by discussing (01:36) why is it that for many of us cryptocurrency just seems so... cryptic? Sophie Bushwick, senior technology editor at Scientific American, helps us understand how crypto has become a mass-market product…
 
Our in-depth, fascinating conversation with Cornell University professor Britney Schmidt touches on how we’ll recognize life when we find it elsewhere, her sub-ice exploring robotic submarine, why we need an even bigger space telescope, and the best place for ice cream at Cornell. Planetary Society chief scientist Bruce Betts goes Hollywood with th…
 
RSR host Fred Williams is joined by Ryan Williams to finish their run-through of the latest creation magazine, and to talk about a New York Times article on “Deadly Venom From Spiders and Snakes May Also Cure What Ails You”. One of the most promising venom-derived drugs to date comes from the deadly Fraser Island funnel web spider of Australia, who…
 
On today's Cool Science Radio, Lynn and John speak with (01:29) Susan Tyler Hitchcock, has just written INTO THE FOREST: The Secret Language of Trees. Writing for National Geographic, Hitchcock combines legendary photography with cutting-edge science to show exactly how trees influence the life of planet Earth―from our personal lives to the weather…
 
Perseverance, the Mars 2020 rover, has begun an exciting new phase of its mission. Project scientist Ken Farley tells us why the ancient river delta it has entered is so enticing and intriguing. Ken also salutes Ingenuity, the Mars Helicopter, as we look forward to the day when samples of the Red Planet are sent to Earth. What role did the Wright b…
 
1999 ME/CFS Conference with harmful Clinical Guidelines for treatment,2008 ME/CFS Conference interview with Dr Stephen Graves,2022 talk by Dr Richard Loeffel on the need for new Clinical Guidlines for ME/CFS,Produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links…
 
Ryan Williams joins RSR Host Fred Williams in studio to go over the latest Creation Magazine. The fossilized brain of a horseshoe crab alleged to be 310 million years old was uncovered that scientists admit "haven't changed much". Time and time again fossils that are supposed to be millions of years old show little or no change with their modern co…
 
It's not just the ISS partnership — commercial satellites, international cooperation, and managing space debris may all be impacted by the war in Ukraine. Professor Mariel Borowitz, an expert in international space policy and space sustainability, joins the show to discuss the immediate consequences, potential policy changes, and lessons the global…
 
On today's Cool Science Radio, Lynn Ware Peek is doing a replay of some of her favorite recent interviews: (01:56) Writer, scientist and human Christopher Kemp. He is the author of Dark and Magical Places:The Neuroscience of How We Navigate. The book is a journey to discover the remarkable extent of what our minds can do. They talk with Chris about…
 
Psyche is a 279 kilometer-wide (173 mile-wide) hunk of metal in space. Psyche is also a magnificent spacecraft that will soon head toward its namesake in the asteroid belt. Host Mat Kaplan recently visited the JPL clean room where the probe was in final preparation for launch. You’ll hear conversations with mission leaders including principal inves…
 
What happens when offshore oil and gas structures stop operating? PhD candidate Amy MacIntosh tells us about the impacts and risks of operating and closing these structures to marine life, the environment, and to humans, and teaches us why radioactivity isn’t as scary as you think it is.
 
This episode first broadcast in 2008:Goat sacrifices of the military by Ian Woolf,Wired Beds by Tilly Boleyn and Evan Shapiro,Junk DNA points the way by Patrick Rubie,Female rats prefer males with recent sexual experience by Patrick Rubie,Jacqui Hayes interviews Chris Lauf of the Cycling Scientists and their travelling energy show,Presented by Patr…
 
RSR host Fred Williams is joined in studio by the future of creation science, recent college graduate Ryan Williams and high school students Miranda Bracken and Simon Shamblin. Ryan & Miranda helped coordinate and organize the upcoming Fearless Foundation Youth Conference that will be held May 6th and 7th in Aurora Colorado. The event will include …
 
On today's Cool Science Radio, Lynn Ware Peek and Sarah Ervin, covering John Wells, speak with: (01:10) cognitive psychologist Doctor Brian Butterworth, who works on the abilities and disabilities of our numerical processing. His new book is, Can Fish Count? What Animals Reveal About Our Uniquely Mathematical Minds.Then, (27:17) world class pediatr…
 
We explore the ocean economy with the help of Henrik Österblom, science director at Stockholm University and also a professor of environmental sciences. and John Virdin, director of the ocean policy research program at Duke University's Nicholas Institute for environmental policy solutions. Henrik, John, and their team published a paper revealing t…
 
Do we need to send humans into space? Won't robots soon be smart enough and capable enough to do this dangerous work for us? These and other questions are explored by Martin Rees, Britain's Astronomer Royal, and astrophysicist/science author Donald Goldsmith in their thought-provoking new book, "The End of Astronauts: Why Robots are the Future of E…
 
Real Science Radio host Fred Williams interviews Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson on the emerging field of historical genetics. Dr. Jeanson holds a PhD in cell and developmental biology from Harvard University and also happens to be a young-earth creationist. He has a new book coming out titled ‘Traced, Human DNA’s Big Surprise’, which goes far beyond the DNA…
 
On today's Cool Science Radio, John and Lynn's guests include: (01:18) David Quammen, author of 2012’s book Spillover that predicted in detail the 2019 Covid pandemic. These past 2 years David has been hard at work interviewing 94 virologists and infectious-disease experts about the SARS-CoV-2 virus, its origins, evolution, and journey through the …
 
Host Mat Kaplan joined the Los Angeles celebration of humanity becoming a spacefaring species. He talked with the Yuri’s Night founders and others under the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The much-anticipated Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey was issued as we finished this week’s show. Planetary Society senior space policy adviser Casey D…
 
This episode was first broadcast in 2011: Mic Cavazzini chats with Professor Simon Gaechter from the University of Nottingham about why we humans just can't co-operate with one another- before putting our panelists through Gaechter's Public Goods Game to see just how selfish we all are. Dr Julie-Anne Popple brings you the latest on morphing moths. …
 
RSR Host Fred Williams is joined by Daniel Hedrick for another Contemporary Science Review show. This week the duo look at the ongoing efforts of secular scientists' quest to explain the origins of life while skirting around the huge elephant in the room of Intelligent Design. Instead of using chemicals in the lab such as the Miller–Urey experiment…
 
On today's Cool Science Radio, Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells' guests include: (00:56) Ocean scientist and journalist Juli Berwald, who speaks about the far-reaching consequences of coral reef destruction and the persistence of efforts to keep them alive. Her new book is called Life on the Rocks: Building a Future for Coral Reefs.Then, (25:27) world…
 
“Never panic early” is both Fred Haise’s motto and the title of his new memoir. Join us for a wonderful hour of stories about the Moon mission that almost didn’t make it home, along with Fred’s memories of the early days of the space shuttle, the International Space Station and much more. You’ll also have the chance to win a copy of his book when B…
 
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