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FiveThirtyEight's COVID-19 podcast is laser-focused on evidence. What do we know about the novel coronavirus, and what do we know we don't know? COVID-19 has pushed Americans into more uncertain territory than most have ever known. Our podcast helps listeners understand what they can be certain about, and what is still unknown. We investigate coronavirus mysteries, debate when it's safe to reopen the economy and keep track of the latest scientific developments on vaccines and treatments. We ...
 
This recording is the second in an ongoing series of collections highlighting foundational articles in early 20th Century American philosophy. Volume 2 focuses on the debates surrounding the emergence of the so-called 'New Realism.' Inspired by the early works of the American pragmatists, the new realists opposed idealistic and transcendental metaphysics, and advocated for various forms of empirical and scientific naturalism. (summary by P. J. Taylor) Track List: 01 - The Program and Platfor ...
 
The Science Revolution is about science that matters and brings revolutionary ways of thinking about science. We cover the science important to the world as well as to our everyday lives. You will learn how an entire spectrum of scientific disciplines meaningfully impacts your life and our world. From climate change to neuroscience to physics and medicine - and sometimes the politics & religion that tie them to us all - this podcast will entertain and deeply inform you. Science comes alive i ...
 
Is there intelligent life on Mars? Why are there starless gaps in the Milky Way? What creates the Aurora Borealis or the Northern Lights? These and more are the interesting questions that are asked and sought to be answered in the 1909 book, Curiosities of the Sky by Garrett P. Serviss. Garrett Putnam Serviss was an American astronomer and popular sci-fi writer. He believed that science should be understood and enjoyed by everyone, not just by scientists. Though he was trained as a lawyer, h ...
 
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On April 26, 1880, the Tombstone, Arizona, newspaper, The Epitaph, printed a startling report. According to the article, two cowboys saw a giant bird outside of town, shot it, and carried its gigantic carcass into Tombstone. How, I asked myself, could what seemed to be a prehistoric flying creature have been shot down by cowboys in the 1880s? Such …
 
On the Science Revolution this week - Will AI Robots Destroy the Human Race? And why does AI intelligence bond more with the far right? John Noël Greenpeace USA is here on how, he thinks, big oil & gas funded the attempted coup on Jan 6th. Latricea Adams of Black Millennials 4 Flint drops by saying, finally...charges on the Flint water crisis! It's…
 
Anna talks with Dr. Margaret Liu, one of the pioneers of gene-based vaccines, about vaccines that use mRNA to help us build immunity to COVID-19, including the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. How is this method different from vaccines in the past, and what does the mRNA do once it gets inside our bodies?…
 
On the Science Revolution this week is Dr Justin Frank, MD. He's here on the Psychology of Authoritarianism. We'll be taking a deep dive into the mind of Trump and his followers; where and how does the authoritarian mind begin? Plus - The vaccine effort has failed - Can it be fixed or should we just do the one shot approach?…
 
Unlike humans, wolves can subsist on protein alone for months—so scientists say we may have lobbed leaner leftovers their way. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
There are so many questions about a COVID-19 vaccine that we didn't know where to begin. So we began with you! We took to the mailbag to find answers on vaccine availability, immunity, and more.โดย FiveThirtyEight, Anna Rothschild
 
Dr. Edwin C. May Joins the Science Revolution this week for an in-depth interview on how the federal government used ESP to spy on foreign governments. In brief: The US Military and Intelligence communities funded a 20 year program to collect intelligence during the Cold War by using so-called psychics. Did it work? Was it successful? What happened…
 
Here are some brief reports about science and technology from around the world, including one from Panama about the toll lightning takes on tropical trees. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
This week's Science Revolution is an in-depth interview with Dr. Michael Mann on the topic of climate change. Some of the climate issues we'll be covering are- what are the systemic things in business and politics we need to address? Will there be “safer” places on earth? What’s the lag time between emissions and tipping points or other changes? Wh…
 
On the first day of Christmas, PODCAST-19 gave to me ... an interview with Dr. Fauci. Dr. Anthony Fauci stops by the pod to talk about post-vaccine life, the new variant of the virus in the U.K. and which celebrity he'd like to see vaccinated.โดย FiveThirtyEight, Anna Rothschild
 
Juvenile ravens performed just as well as chimps and orangutans in a battery of intelligence tests—except for assays of spatial skills. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
Juvenile ravens performed just as well as chimps and orangutans in a battery of intelligence tests—except for assays of spatial skills. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
On The Science Revolution this week is Melissa Troutman & Joshua Boaz Pribanic on their new documentary, with Mark Ruffalo, called The Invisible Hand. The Rights of Nature movement captured in INVISIBLE HAND changes Nature’s status from property to living entity. This fixes a fundamental flaw within societies worldwide that contributes to everythin…
 
New research tracked the canines in northern Minnesota for years to see just how they reshape their ecosystems.Audio of wolves inside Voyageurs National Park, courtesy of Jacob Job. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
Today we discuss Horror in 2020. What we liked, what we didn't like, and how we see the movie industry changing in 2021. Where To Find Us: Sign up for our newsletter at AmericanHauntingsPodcast.com Check out our new shirts at AmericanHauntingsClothing.com Follow us on Twitter @AmerHauntsPod, @TroyTaylor13, @CodyBeckSTL Follow us on Instagram @Ameri…
 
Kidney disease affects millions of Americans, but corporate capture of dialysis, along with disparities in treatment and transplant access, mean that not everyone's journey is the same.On this... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
On this week's Science Revolution, Vien Truong, with Tom Steyer's Climate Justice, joins the show, with a vision for a Green, a Red, and a Blue New Deal. That vision includes Native Americans, a blue new deal for our threatened oceans, and a green new deal for our coastal communities. Dr. Michael Greger joins us. Have you gained a few Covid-pounds?…
 
Data has been such a valuable commodity during the pandemic. Unfortunately, at times data has been in short supply, because US government agencies haven’t always undertaken national data collection efforts. So what happens when individuals citizens try to collect data themselves? We talk to Professor Emily Oster, who developed a national COVID-19 S…
 
About a year ago, SARS-CoV-2 (which wasn’t called that yet) was just beginning to emerge in a cluster of cases inside China. We know what has happened since then, but it bears repeating:... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
Scientific American and the World Economic Forum sifted through more than 75 nominations for the most innovative and potentially game-changing technologies in 2020. The final top 10 span... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comโดย Scientific American
 
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