This podcast has ended. So long, and thanks for all the fish!
The funny, interesting or just weird bits from 2019 that didn’t make the final show!
Did a supernova cause human ancestors to walk upright? Is it right to use Nazi illustrations for surgery? And could a fungus produce spider-venom that wipes out mosquitoes?
The funny, interesting or just weird bits from 2018 that didn’t make the final show!
Dunes on Pluto, organics on Mars. Marshmallow test reproduced, blood tests for pregnancy due dates and cancers. A potential refutation of the Planet Nine hypothesis.
Plastic-eating enzyme, NASA’s new planet-hunting spacecraft, and DNA that spreads to other species remarkably common in the oceans.
A possible new organ discovered, Viking navigation, the most distant star ever seen, Big Pharma and Patiet Advocacy Groups, and flourescent puffins.
Remembering Stephen Hawking, space twins are still human, a parrot comeback, a plummeting space station and Kepler running on empty.
Life in our most Mars-like region on Earth, ancient dice clues about fate and chance, silent crickets and a new species of tardigrade.
Elon Musk’s Big Rocket, cloned crayfish, bladder-borne bacteriophages, Cheddar Man reconstructed and tiny ancient spider-tails!