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Episode Info: Learn about why if you complain about “kids these days,” your memory may be to blame; whether a full moon really leads to strange behavior; and whether calculus can help us solve the mysteries of quantum mechanics, with special guest Steven Strogatz. Today is the LAST DAY to help us win! Please vote for Curiosity Daily for Best Technology & Science Podcast in the 2019 Discover Pods Awards: In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following story from about complaining about “kids these days” might be because of your memory: Additional resources from Steven Strogatz: “Infinite Powers: How Calculus Reveals the Secrets of the Universe” on Amazon — Additional publications —  Steven Strogatz official website — Cornell University profile — Google Scholar profile — Follow @stevenstrogatz on Twitter — Other sources discussed: Lunacy and the Full Moon | Scientific American —  It's Just a Phase: The Supermoon Won't Drive You Mad | Live Science — Does crime increase when the moon is full? | EurekaAlert! — Download the FREE 5-star Curiosity app for Android and iOS at And Amazon smart speaker users: you can listen to our podcast as part of your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing — just click “enable” here: ...
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