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14 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
Episode 20: Eat Some Carbs To Save Your Life
Scientists detail the consequences of a long term low-carb diet. The results will tempt you to grab the cookie jar.
17 minutes | Nov 28, 2020
Episode 19: Invisible Aluminum and Solid Smoke - 2 Of The Most Versatile Materials
A discussion on past, present, and future capabilities of sci-fi worthy material technology. The science of both transparent aluminum and aerogel are reviewed.
7 minutes | Nov 21, 2020
Episode 18: Chicken Patties + 65 Million Samples = Global Height
Scientists report on the results of analysis after reviewing 65 million children's heights from over 190 countries. Their mission was to draw attention to the impact of global nutrition.
7 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
Episode 17: Making thousands of millions of tons of Carbon sound like a good thing
Scientists recently published research results using global daily data measures to provide a detailed result of the approximate volume of carbon omissions prevented from entering the atmosphere due to COVID-19. (Let's take the positive where we can find it.)
6 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
Episode 16: Growing up CovidKids
Scientists discover how you may have antibodies to COVID-19 based on blood samples from 2011-2018 and why COVID's impact on children is on average less harmful.
5 minutes | Apr 18, 2020
Episode 15: ACL Bend and Snap
Scientists discover a new ACL repair surgery that reduces recovery time while limiting body transplant rejection. Australia is also lightly barbecued in the background.
11 minutes | Jan 19, 2020
Episode 14: Crisp(r) Competition - a newer & faster tool for gene editing
Scientists discover a new way to conduct gene editing targeted, less mechanically destructive results. The consequences of these finding my lead to reduced risk of long term gene editing impacts. Learn about the rising industry as a new tool appears on the market.
6 minutes | Jan 8, 2020
Episode 13: Nano-chips sourced from your living room
Scientists discover a new methodology to create low cost, low energy, yet powerful processors atomically thin.
11 minutes | Oct 27, 2019
Episode 12: Smoking Autism
Scientists discover a link between smoking cigarettes and autism spectrum disorder; the lineage may surprise you.
5 minutes | Oct 12, 2019
Episode 11: Enjoying and overcoming Fear
Scientists discover why we like horror movies and a simple methodology for overcoming phobias using your own life experience and interactions.
19 minutes | Oct 4, 2019
Episode 10: Heartbreak and Repair
Enjoy this multi-topical episode on how to repair a broken heart based on new scientific research findings. Topics include free heart attack prevention and new methods for repair.
7 minutes | Sep 13, 2019
Episode 9: Are Children Hardwired for Revenge?
Scientists publish results on the answer to if, how and why children seem to be hardwired for revenge. Don't worry parents, there is a way to help.
9 minutes | Sep 5, 2019
Episode 8: How memories are formed and lost
Scientists discover how memories are really formed on a neurological level. We also touch on the greatest preventative measure you can take for memory loss (it's free).
6 minutes | Aug 30, 2019
Episode 7: Scratching your itch
Scientists discover how itching works and explain how this will benefit future patient care.
9 minutes | Aug 21, 2019
Episode 6: Plastic falling from the sky
Scientists discovered the volume of micro-plastic in our environment and how it is transported by nature.
6 minutes | Aug 15, 2019
Episode 5: Trapping Carbon with Wildfire
Scientists discovered how wildfires emit the most carbon in the world into the atmosphere and, unlike your room-mate, clean up over time.
12 minutes | Aug 14, 2019
Episode 4: Avocado genome is sequenced, a tale of origins
Scientists have sequenced the avocado genome and reviewed an incredible history including just how cloned these buttery fruits really are.
8 minutes | Aug 10, 2019
Episode 3: Finding the cure to permanent deafness
Scientists discovered the secret to a major mystery in the development of your inner ear. Findings and outcomes of this discovery will lead to a future without permanent deafness.
6 minutes | Aug 7, 2019
Episode 2: Aging to stop cancer then finding the fountain of youth in science
Scientists discovered a way to use aging cells to stop cancer in its tracks. Along this journey, they uncovered extraction of aging sells to effectively restore youth.
5 minutes | Aug 4, 2019
Episode 1: What the pronouns you use say about your relationship
Recent scientific research was published describing what the pronouns used in conversation indicate about a relationship. Learn what it really means when someone uses "I" instead of "we".
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