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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
This show is a weekly conversation between Tig Notaro and her co-hosts Kyle Dunnigan and David Huntsberger, in which they focus on a central theme they find interesting. The topics range from scientific to philosophical to metaphysical. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code EARWOLF for 1 month free (and $5 off the annual plan!).
 
“Share your science” is a new story collection from scientists at the NASA Ames Research Center. The Ames Science Directorate comprises of researchers from the Earth, Space, and Biosciences Divisions. We are sharing this collection to showcase the breadth of fascinating research and to capture personal stories, challenges, discussions about diversity, science communication, and special moments scientists would like to share along their journey. Our aim is to foster a welcoming space and to i ...
 
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Brace yourself for heatwave “Lucifer.” Dangerous deadly heatwaves may soon be so common that we give them names, just like hurricanes. This is one of the dramatic consequences of just a few degrees rise in average temperatures. Also coming: Massive heat “blobs” that form in the oceans and damage marine life, and powerful windstorms called “derechos…
 
Christina Lim is an Experiment Support Scientist with the Cell Science Project and the Biospecimen Sharing Program at Paragon-Tech, who work with NASA Ames. She is also a passionate science communicator and has worked in public outreach and education. In this interview, we chat a bit about her research and what advice she would give to scientists c…
 
In this interview, Meloe S. Kacenelenbogen talks about her expertise in ‘aerosols,’ suspended particles in the atmosphere. These small particulates can affect air quality and human health and can also impact the Earth’s radiation balance. We also discuss why she decided to move from fluid mechanics to environmental science, challenges and opportuni…
 
Another great Union of the Unwanted swapcast where this time we chat about current events, oil politics, the Armenian conflict, voter suppression, potential violence from the right, censorship, and the Repo market. We link a few things together maybe about the bigger picture in the second half, and we chat about the UN, geo politics, the American c…
 
Interview starts at 46:57 Dr. Pam Popper of Wellness Forum Health, and Make Americans Free Again joins us to talk about this Covid Operation (also the title of her new book). We chat about her initiatives with legal action, her regular YouTube channel pushing back against this nonsense, and her new book which is just coming out. We also talk about …
 
The record of the rocks is not just the history of Earth; it’s your history too. Geologists can learn about events going back billions of years that influenced – and even made possible – our present-day existence and shaped our society. If the last Ice Age had been a bit warmer, the rivers and lakes of the Midwest would have been much farther north…
 
Interview Starts at 40:20 David Feldman, marriage counsellor of dovidfeldman.com - building great marriages, joins us to talk about relationships during this polarizing time. We chat a bit about his podcast “impassioned marriage” and how to engage and support each other through difficult situations, how to function in the house together 24/7, surro…
 
A great swapcast with many great alternative media minds. We chat about google censorship, the fate of the tech future, independent decentralized media, covid and vaccine safety. We even get into Disclosure, UFO’s, project domino, surveillance, EM drives, Darpa, NWO, tracking and the illusion of left and right. We also talk about about personally c…
 
The interview Starts at 33:10 Caroline Cory joins us for an amazing chat about her recent movie "Superhuman - The Invisible Made Visible”. We chat about all the scientists and experiments they did in this movie, making thoughts visible, resonance and DNA changes, and connecting to source. We also chat about Vibravision and learning to see without y…
 
This is an audio reading of “Industrial Society and It’s Future”. This was written by Ted Kaczynski in the early 90’s and was published in 1995. Intro: The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race. They have greatly increased the life-expectancy of those of us who live in “advanced” countries, but they have…
 
The interview Starts at 47:50 Damien Echols joins us to chat about High Magick and his latest book Angels, and Arch-Angles - A Magician’s Guide. We chat about the foundations of his Magick teachings, the history of Magick, demystifying Crowley, the Golden Dawn, and the Lesser Banishing Ritual. We also talk about Divinity, Fear, discernment, astroth…
 
It takes a lot of energy and technology to leave terra firma. But why rocket into space when there’s so much to be done on Earth? From the practical usefulness of satellites to the thrill of exploring other worlds, let us count the ways. The launch of a NOAA weather satellite to join its twin provides unparalleled observation of storms, wildfires, …
 
Massive swap cast featuring the 911 big hitters this week. We chat about the upcoming timely documentary “7” by Dylan Avery and 1091. Richard Gage is here from AE911Truth, and we debate the awakening of the masses at this time. We also chat about moving some of this 911 work to the UK, various false flags, false science, the controlled demolition o…
 
Dr. Egle Cekanaviciute is a Principal Investigator and Research Scientist in the Radiation Biophysics Laboratory at the NASA Ames Research Center. She is also one of the Course Directors for STAR (Spaceflight Technologies, Application and Research), an intensive training course that trains the investigators working in space biology, preparing them …
 
Interview Starts at 40:20 Dr. Roxanne Carfora and Scott Emmens join us to talk about health and wellness during covid. Dr. Roxanne has been treating patients for decades, building their immune system naturally and has now been treating patients for Covid. Scott is the co-founder of the MD Logic Supplements. We chat a bit about Covid-19, cures, and …
 
Dr. Penny Boston is a woman of many talents! A notable academic with a background in microbiology and geology, Penny has investigated microbial life in the lab and in the field as a speleologist -- someone who studies cave science. Most recently, Penny was Director of NASA's Astrobiology Institute at the Ames Research Center. In this interview, we …
 
Dr. David Smith is a microbiologist at the NASA Ames Research Center. David led the design, construction, and validation of two NASA Balloon Program payloads carrying biology experiments (E-MIST and MARSBOx) as well as the use of a bio-aerosol collector on NASA’s C-20A aircraft. In this interview we delve discuss David's science journey, working ac…
 
Vince Ambrosia is a Senior Research Scientist at NASA Ames, Adjunct Faculty Member in the Department of Applied Environmental Sciences, College of Science, California State University – Monterey Bay, and also serves as the NASA Applied Science Program, Associate Program Manager for Wildfire at NASA HQ. In the interview, Vince shares his career in s…
 
Insect populations are declining. But before you say “good riddance,” consider that insects are the cornerstone of many ecosystems. They are dinner for numerous animal species and are essential pollinators. Mammals are loved, but they are not indispensable. Insects are. Meanwhile, marvel at the extraordinary capabilities of some insects. The zany a…
 
Like a massive Swapcast, though this one is a doozie. Joined by some big hitters from the Pandemic, Vaccine and Human Trafficking debate as well as the usual voices. We chat about censorship, alternative platforms, free speech, propaganda organizations, big tech collusion, and the media military industrial complex. We also chat about the truth, sti…
 
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