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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 monthly 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.
 
Ask An Astrobiologist is in interactive talk show sponsored by the NASA Astrobiology Program, SAGANet.org, and the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science. Each episode, our hosts, Dr. Sanjoy Som and Dr. Graham Lau (Blue Marble Space Institute for Science), interview one of the best and brightest scientists from the field of astrobiology, as well as fielding YOUR questions from Twitter, Facebook, and the SAGANet.org chat room. Tweet @saganorg with #AskAstrobio to get your burning questions ab ...
 
Indian Genes is committed to bringing in ideas and thoughts from Global leaders in their field to every listener and home, with the intention of providing free and easy access to this information to all that would want to continue their quest for continuous learning. We also are very focused on our young talent that would benefit from this exposure as they plan and move ahead in the careers and life path, hopefully inspiring them to greater heights and clarity in thought that builds both cha ...
 
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.
 
SIT'N Listen is a production of Science in the News - a graduate student run organization at Harvard University committed to (1) bridging the communication gap between scientists and the rest of the world and (2) catalyzing discussions between scientists, other experts and enthusiasts. Here at SITN we bring scientists to you! Listen in.
 
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!).
 
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Interview starts at 26:25 Dr. David MacDonald, Professor joins us to chat about his book “The Sleeping Giant Awakens”, the TRC, racism, government problems and the Conciliation that needs to take place. We chat about the Residential School problem, and how racism still exists in Canada, the taking away of culture and language, the definition of Gen…
 
A thousand years ago, most people didn’t own a single book. The only way to access knowledge was to consult their memory. But technology – from paper to hard drives – has permitted us to free our brains from remembering countless facts. Alphabetization and the simple filing cabinet have helped to systematize and save information we might need somed…
 
Interview Starts at 22:30 Dr. Bob Dickson joins us to chat about the upcoming plebiscite on Calgary and surrounding area drinking water. It’s hard to believe its coming to this again and we have to defend ourselves from this neurotoxin. We chat about this industrial waste product and many recent studies showing the drop in IQ. This is another corru…
 
Our guest is Prof. Abel Méndez, a planetary astrobiologist and Director of the Planetary Habitability Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo! His research focuses on the habitability of Earth, the Solar System, and extrasolar planets. Prof. Méndez is best known for developing the Earth Similarity Index, the Visible Paleo-Earth Proje…
 
As we struggle to control a viral invader that moves silently across the globe and into its victims, we are also besieged by other invasions. Murder hornets have descended upon the Pacific Northwest, threatening the region’s honeybees. In Africa, locust swarms darken the sky. In this episode, we draw on a classic science fiction tale to examine the…
 
Way back in 1181 AD, astronomers in China and Japan recorded a "guest star" - something that we'd now call a supernova. Over 800 years later, astronomers made a connection between this ancient observation and more recent studies of a very unusual object that goes by the name of "Parker's Star".Prof Quentin Parker, from University of Hong Kong, expl…
 
Interview starts at 34:15 Dean Radin, PhD joins us to chat about IONS, Real Magic - Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science, and A Guide to the Secret Power of the Universe and Cognigenics. We chat about the latest experiments in psi, how this is related to magical practices over thousands of years, and how it should be secret and how we should be very care…
 
The benefits of artificial intelligence are manifest and manifold, but can we recognize the drawbacks … and avoid them in time? In this episode, recorded before a live audience at the Seattle meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, we discuss who is making the ethical decisions about how we use this powerful technology, …
 
In this exclusive episode Jonathan Mcdowell speaks to Indian Genes about Space Exploration & Its impact specifically Space Debris. The main-belt asteroid 4589 McDowell was named after him in 1993. Jonathan is an astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He is a staff member at the Chandra X-ray Center. McDowell is the autho…
 
Interview starts at 31:10 Robert Sullivan IV joins us again to chat about his fascinating book "Cinema Symbolism 3 - The Mysteries of Occult Hollywood Revealed". This one is a little darker and deeper into the esoteric touching on Jung, Golem Making, Gnosticism, Monomyth, melancholy horror, romantic satanism, the dark side of the moon goddess, visi…
 
Episode 27: We’re back with a new episode of Sit’N Listen, this time with the second part of our two part series on Earth & Space.This episode was written by: Samantha Tracy, Priya Veeraraghavan, and Edward ChenA special thanks to the Sit’N Listen production team: Delphine Tripp, Chad Stein, Daniel Richard, Samantha Tracy, Priya Veeraraghavan, and …
 
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…
 
They’re cute and cuddly. But they can also be obnoxious. Science writer Mary Roach has numerous tales about how our animal friends don’t always bow to their human overlords and behave the way we’d want. The resulting encounters, such as when gulls disrupt the Vatican’s Easter mass, make for amusing stories. But others, such as wolves threatening fa…
 
Interview starts at 38:20 Michael Gagliardi joins us to chat about his first book called “Devil Take the Hindmost - A True Story of Terror”, about his childhood in Canada in the 70’s and 80’s with a possessed mother. We chat about growing up free range, overachieving, exorcisms, trauma, mental institutions, small town Canada, fallen angels and demo…
 
The last month or so has seen several cases of small things being discovered. The first is an asteroid, 2021 27PH, which gets closer to the Sun than Mercury. What could we learn about fundamental science from such an object?The second is one of the smallest exoplanets detected, at less than half the mass of Venus. It orbits very close to its star, …
 
Interview starts at 45:05 Lesley Mitchell-Clarke joins us to chat about Regression and ET contact. Regression into past lives, interlife, UFO’s, and ET contact. We chat about experiencers, the trend of “abductions”, the deals made with our governements and ET, mid life crisis, people opening up, sky people, clowns, and what are people thinking abou…
 
Above the Arctic Circle, much of the land is underlaid by permafrost. But climate change is causing it to thaw. This is not good news for the planet. As the carbon rich ground warms, microbes start to feast… releasing greenhouse gases that will warm the Earth even more. Another possible downside was envisioned by a science-fiction author. Could anc…
 
How do we find life in a galaxy, or galaxies, far far away while sitting here on Earth? It’s not just by looking through telescopes or sending probes. Those will tell us a few things, but not everything. We need a multi-disciplinary approach. One that combines astronomy, biology, oceonography and chemistry - and that’s just to name a few. Enter Ast…
 
Jeffrey Hawkins speaks exclusively to Indian Genes, he is the American founder of Palm Computing and Handspring where he invented the PalmPilot and Treo, respectively. He has since turned to work on neuroscience full-time, founding the Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience (formerly the Redwood Neuroscience Institute) in 2002 and Numenta in 2…
 
Without sand, engineering would be stuck in the Middle Ages. Wooden houses would line mud-packed streets, and Silicon Valley would be, well, just a valley. Sand is the building material of modern cities, and we use more of this resource than any other except water and air. Now we’re running out of it. Hear why the Roman recipe for making concrete w…
 
Interview Starts at 37:10 Derek English of House of Heathens joins us to chat about Astral Projection, nasty spirit guides and unintentional soul rescues. We chat about sleep paralysis, shadow man/demonic encounters, psychic prophecy, sex in astral, how to do it, vibrations in the neck, and not getting along with your spirit guides. We also get int…
 
Our guest is Dr. Alfonso Davila, an astrobiologist at NASA Ames Research Center! His research focuses on the biological and biosignature potential of terrestrial environments considered to be analogous to extraterrestrial environments, and using that knowledge to develop strategies to search for evidence of life beyond Earth. His current research i…
 
SMS isn’t the original instant messaging system. Plants can send chemical warnings through their leaves in a fraction of a second. And while we love being in the messaging loop – frenetically refreshing our browsers – we miss out on important conversations that no Twitter feed or inbox can capture. That’s because eavesdropping on the communications…
 
A friend of mine recently poased a question on his podcast about carrion plants. If you don't know what one is, the carrion plant emits an odor that is very similar to rotting flesh.This odor attracts flies which serve to pollinate the flower. The question posed on my friend’s show was how? How does the plant know to do this? For show notes and mor…
 
Interview starts at 33:20 Elhoim Leafar joins us to chat about his book “Manifesting Magic - 21 Rituals, Spells and Amulets for Abundance, Prosperity and Wealth”. We chat about his journey to New York with nothing and his manifestation of the book, his home, and his wealth. This book doesn’t glorify money, quite the opposite but teaches us how to m…
 
It was a radical idea a century ago, when Einstein said space and time can be bent, and gravity was really geometry. We hear how his theories inspire young minds even today. At small scales, different rules apply: quantum mechanics and the Standard Model for particles. New experiments suggest that muons – cousins of the electron – may be telling us…
 
Interview starts at 31:35 Jen Ward of Jenuine Healing joins us to chat about the Spiritual Freedom Technique, Tapping, and her book The SFT Lexicon. She explains how this works way better than plain ole affirmations as it bypasses the EGO. We touch on her abuse, in and out of the womb, how she helps people and how this whole tapping and lexicon sys…
 
They were developed in a matter of months, and they’re 90 percent effective at stopping infection. They protect against serious illness or death. And yet, roughly one-third of Americans refuse to get the Covid vaccine. How can this be? How could something that our ancestors would have considered a miracle be refused by so many? The reasons are many…
 
Interview Starts at 38:10 Arman Assadi, founder and CEO of Steno and EVO, host of Flow with Arman Assadi joins us to chat about ideas of success, getting into your flow of entrepreneurship, and what it’s like starting up multiple companies. We have a great chat about finding your purpose, your authentic self, your flow and breaking through resistan…
 
Richard Bunting works with Rewilding Britain and has over 30 years’ experience campaigning with NGOs such as Amnesty International, UNICEF, WHO, Trees for Life and the UN. Today, Richard discusses this concept of Rewilding, how this conservation method differs from others, and how its reach extends to not only animals and biodiversity, but also bat…
 
Interview starts at 35:00 Peter Grey of Scarlet Imprint joins us to chat about his latest book “The Two Antichrists” where "Grey returns to the Babalon Working of Jack Parsons and L. Ron Hubbard, and considers a series of little examined texts from science fiction and the outer fringes of Scientology which form a ‘Babalon Apocrypha.’” We chat about…
 
Indian Genes talks exclusively to Alfred Mele, Alfred Remen Mele is an American philosopher and the William H. and Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University. He is also the past Director of the Philosophy and Science of Self-Control Project (2014-2017) and the Big Questions in Free Will Project (2010-2013). Mele is t…
 
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