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Greetings, Congregation! This week, Jed talks again to his ole' pal Taylor Martin! Taylor has had a tough year living in France..but has made it through that year clean and sober! Taylor talks about all of the struggles that made this year particularly difficult, but also that much more rewarding. Then, Jed and Taylor talk about how the rest of the…
 
First up, host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Jon Cohen about some tricky ethical questions that may arise after the first coronavirus vaccine is authorized for use in the United States. Will people continue to participate in clinical trials of other vaccines? Will it still be OK to give participants placebo vaccines?Next, producer Meagan Can…
 
First up, host Meagan Cantwell speaks with Abigail Echo-Hawk, director of the Urban Indian Health Institute and chief research officer for the Seattle Indian Health Board. Echo-Hawk shares what inspired her journey in public health and explains the repercussions of excluding native people from health data. This story was originally reported by Lizz…
 
Greetings, Congregation! It's the return of Rogers "stinky white boy feet" doyle and Besh! Rogers gives us the lowdown on what its like to relapse after 5 years of sobriety, having a baby on the way, and working at a rehab. Its a sobering (ayyyy) reminder of what happens to the best of us. Besh gives us a praise report after his last visit cursing …
 
First up, Staff Writer Paul Voosen talks with host Sarah Crespi about the Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) mission to the asteroid Bennu. After OSIRIS-REx’s up-close surveys of the surface revealed fewer likely touchdown points than expected, its sampling mission has been rejiggered…
 
Greetings, Congregation! Today, Jed brings on new friends of the pod Nat and Mike! The duo started the podcast Recovery in the Middle Ages recently and are off to a great start. Jed was hindered by zoom time limits, but they get a chance to tell the story of how they met, the reason behind starting a podcast, and what they were like in the good ole…
 
Investigative journalist Charles Piller joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss his latest Science exclusive: a deep dive into the Food and Drug Administration’s protection of human subjects in clinical trials. Based on months of data analysis and interviews, he uncovered long-term failures in safety enforcement in clinical trials and potential problems…
 
Contributing Correspondent Ann Gibbons talks with host Sarah Crespi about a series of 120,000-year-old human footprints found alongside prints from animals like asses, elephants, and camels in a dried-up lake on the Arabian Peninsula. These are the earliest human footprints found so far in Arabia and may help researchers better understand the histo…
 
Staff Writer Kelly Servick joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how jail and prison populations in the United States have dropped in the face of coronavirus and what kinds of scientific questions about public health and criminal justice are arising as a result.Also this week, Elias García-Pelegrín, a Ph.D. student at the University of Cambridge, talk…
 
Greetings, Congregation! This week, Brandon comes back on the show to kick it old school with Jed! They go through the daily life of a junkie, gross junkie habits, how an addict gets money, and then Brandon recounts a harrowing tale of the time he (stupidly) tried to rob his drug dealer! churchandotherdrugs@gmail.compatreon.com/churchandotherdrugss…
 
First up this week, Senior Correspondent Daniel Clery talks with host Sarah Crespi about how Breakthrough Listen—a privately funded initiative that aims to spend $100 million over 10 years to find extraterrestrial intelligent life—has changed the hunt for alien intelligence. And as part of a special issue on the Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) pr…
 
Greetings, Congregation! Hope everyone is well out there. First off, thanks to new Patrons Mike Wenzel and Noah G.! You guys rule. Jed starts the episode by reading a message from Ben Pelfrey and giving Jed's must-watch list. Then, Dopey Dave comes back on the show and gives an exclusive announcement for Dopey! Then, in true Jed and Dave form, the …
 
First up this week, Contributing Correspondent Kai Kupferschmidt talks with host Sarah Crespi about rising numbers of coronavirus cases in Europe. Will what we’ve learned this summer about how the virus is transmitted and treated help prevent a second peak?Read all of our coronavirus news coverage.And as part of a special issue on democracy, Rohini…
 
Staff Writer Paul Voosen talks with host Sarah Crespi about how Arctic sea ice is under attack from above and below—not only from warming air, but also dangerous hot blobs of ocean water.Next, Damien Fordham, a professor and global change ecologist at the University of Adelaide, talks about how new tools for digging into the past are helping catalo…
 
Greetings, congregation! This week, Jed is getting pummeled by not one, but TWO hurricanes! Hooray! But the silver lining is he got to talk to new friend Kara Fernstrom! Kara is a Canadian native who reached out to Jed about sharing a crack addiction. Kara tells her story of starting out drinking and finding her way to the devil's cracklin. patreon…
 
Staff Writer Erik Stokstad joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about how wildlife biologists are taking advantage of humanity’s sudden lull. Scientists are launching studies of everything from sea turtles on suddenly quiet beaches to noise-averse birds living near airports to see how animal behavior changes when people are a little less obtrusive.Read …
 
Greetings, congregation! I hope you all are staying safe and masked-up out there. This week, Nate Henry drops back by to talk about his new show- Blurry Creatures! Episode one just dropped, and i put it on my feed as well so you congregants can check it out. Nate and Jed talk about belief systems, cryptids, bigfoot, spirituality, biblical truth, an…
 
Staff Writer Robert Service talks with host Sarah Crespi about a different approach to COVID-19 testing that might be useful in response to the high numbers of cases in the United States. To break chains of transmission and community spread, the new strategy would replace highly accurate but slow polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests with cheaper, …
 
Staff Writer Meredith Wadman joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss the risk of the novel coronavirus infection to pregnant women. Early data suggest expectant women are more likely to get severe forms of the infection and require hospitalization. Meredith describes how the biology of pregnancy—such as changes to the maternal immune system and added st…
 
Greetings, Congregation! This week, Kinzie and Jed spoke with Phil Drysdale, founder of the Deconstruction Network! Phil works full-time researching the phenomenon of Deconstruction..who's doing it, why are they doing it, where are they doing it, and what are the statistics? Phil is a wealth of knowledge and was kind enough to share his time with u…
 
Science Editor-in-Chief Holden Thorp joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss his editorial on preventing vaccine hesitancy during the coronavirus pandemic. Even before the current crisis, fear of vaccines had become a global problem, with the World Health Organization naming it as one of the top 10 worldwide health threats in 2019. Now, it seems increas…
 
Greetings, Congregation! I am still shaking back from my week in South Carolina for my Popeye's funeral, so Besh was gracious enough to come on for a short episode. Besh is going through some of his own struggles right now, so the boys just hash it out old school style.churchandotherdrugs@gmail.compatreon.com/churchandotherdrugsstorefrontier.com/ch…
 
Contributing Correspondent Dennis Normile talks about a long-term study involving the survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings. Seventy-five years after the United States dropped nuclear bombs on the two cities in Japan, survivors are still helping scientists learn about the effects of radiation exposure.Also this week, Sarah talks with Win…
 
Greetings, congregation! So this week, i'll be attending my grandfather Popeye's funeral in south carolina so i didn't have time for an episode. BUT it fills me with joy to release this episode i did for the Dopey Patreon with Dave. We had a really good, hard conversation about mental health in long-term recovery, and then we answer some listener q…
 
Contributing Correspondent Gretchen Vogel talks about what can be learned from schools around the world that have reopened during the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, few systematic studies have been done, but observations of outbreaks in schools in places such as France or Israel do offer a few lessons for countries looking to send children ba…
 
Greetings Congregation! I hope all is well out there. So, in a perfect coincidence, Joey Svendson finally released an episode i did with him for Pastor With No Answers a few months ago. It was right around the time i got back on medication, and we talk all about mental health. Its interesting that he chose now to release it since i'm going through …
 
Contributing Correspondent Kai Kupferschmidt talks with host Sarah Crespi about the success of a fast moving megatrial for coronavirus treatments. The United Kingdom’s Recovery trial has enrolled more than 12,000 hospitalized coronavirus patients since early March and has released important recommendations that were quickly taken up by doctors and …
 
First up this week, News Intern Rodrigo Pérez-Ortega talks with host Meagan Cantwell about an oasis of biodiversity in the striking blue pools of Cuatro Ciénegas, a basin in northern Mexico. Researchers have published dozens of papers exploring the unique microorganisms that thrive in this area, while at the same time fighting large agricultural in…
 
Greetings, congregation! Hope everyone is staying safe and sane out there. This week, Besh introduces me to one of his old friends, Handsome Sean! Besh told me he had a crazy story..and i still wasn't prepared. Sean takes us through his time running cocaine for the mexican cartels and then moves us through his other "less than legal" ventures that …
 
Kimberly Prather, an atmospheric chemist at the University of California, San Diego, who studies how ocean waves disperse virus-laden aerosols, joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about how she became an outspoken advocate for using masks to prevent coronavirus transmission. A related insight she wrote for Science has been downloaded more than 1 millio…
 
Greetings, Congregation! This week, Jed isn't feeling that great, but the show must go on, as they say. So, Tylor and Sam join him to just talk (complain) about everything crazy going on right now. Seriously, it's kind of nuts out there. churchandotherdrugs@gmail.compatreon.com/churchandotherdrugsstorefrontier.com/churchandotherdrugs…
 
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