This week; Moths Ultra Sound; Lake Vostok Life; Spider Web Charge; Snails Jump to Avoid Predators; HIV Cured by Transplant; Radio Signals from Outside Milkyway; The Portrayal of Science in the Media; Science Question; Last Week In The Past.
This week in Sciencism we discus HIV antibody development, evidence for dark matter, smell sensors in the heart and lungs and proteins as the origin of life. We also discus misused science words, the new science quiz, special April fools science or fiction and last week in the past.
This week on Sciencism host Ross Balch is joined by, Andrew Stephenson, Dan Abrahmsen and Natalie McKirdy to discuss; the most recent mars rover findings, early 4 winged birds, obese mothers and the risk of disease in the foetus, the “confirmation” of the Higgs, earthquakes precipitate gold, development of the wallaby, HeLa cells have their genome sequenced, is the kilogram loosing weight. And we critically analyse if a meteorite carried life to the planet earth. Dan tells us about last week in the past.
In this weeks episode of Sciencism Ross, Dan and Andrew discus bone marrow niches, evidence for dark matter, discovering extra terrestrial planets, brain to brain rat interfaces, and discovery of a new Van Allen belt. We also discuss the merits of human space travel, science or fiction and last week in the past.
In this weeks episode of Sciencism Ross and Dan talk about the regenerative abilities of the newt and how this relates to the human genome, we talk about deep see vents, sharks with bio-luminescent fins, the origin of photosynthesis and the smallest ever exoplanet, we also talk about White Dwarfs in mini Science, and of course, last week in the past.
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