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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Com slash. This week science the school emma disclaimer disclaimer. Trust the science but more importantly learn about science. Recently a recent addition to the united states congress put up a sign outside her capital office. That read there are two genders male and female trust the science that is the same individual individuals also profess belief and a solar powered jewish space laser that caused the california wildfires that nine eleven global warming wearing masks and boating results all hoaxes that victims of mass shootings many of them. Children were paid actors. Just goes to show how fringe of annecy. Two genders is so. Let's take a look at the science on gender for a moment. Genetics we have learned are not gender. Scientists confirmed that gender occurs across a spectrum that having a specific gender along that spectrum. It's does not always imply or correlate to a set physical emotional attraction or sexual behavior university of league belton found that transgender brains resembled their late identified gender. Even at an early age suggesting that gender is structurally different in the brain. Not just the genitals and in fact it does not originate in the genitals at all the check. Mark next to sex on the birth certificate is just a cast of what took place in natal development where all sorts of factors contribute to gender. And when a child is born with both she was saying agenda for the child with surgery has led to tragic consequences. The dsm five published by the american psychiatric association contains the condition gender dispora which has been used to distinguish people who are experiencing socially driven emotional stress over gender identity from people who are experiencing by polar disorder which previews dsm's might have wrongly characterized them as this congressional person claim science backs up their opposition to a bill. Affirming equal rights are non binary gender americans without having even the foggiest idea of what science actually has to say and went on to say that gay rights in general has everything to do with attacking god and believers whomever believes that human equality is an attack against their. God needs a better god or better yet you can just leave god completely out of it and put your trust in this weekend science coming up next. I got nine a minute. I can't learn everything all up with new happen every day. There's only one place to go the knowledge sir. The science dookie blair and a good science to you to justin blair and everyone out. There will come to another episode of this week in science. What a disclaimer. Today justin brought it bo. Show do not take the name of science in vain or you shall be smitten. Smitten slid on you. We will hear we were might smites a with vine tongue with the blade of data ta. Yes welcome everyone. We've got a great show full of science for you today. It is world wildlife day. So just remember. It's wild wild world out there. And what a wild world. It is Everything relates back to wildlife. So we will be touching on that throughout the show. But i have stories about Well not necessarily wildlife's but space hurricanes because apparently that's a thing yep now it is. We will talk about those. I've got some a lying liar. Birds and some libraries gonna lie. I suppose liar birds gonna lie. That's right and Will at the end of the show. Get into some neanderthal news. We will just in. Which bring i've got Howdy match the fat to the wind. Instead of the wine to the food He update on a dinosaur. That's not a dinosaur absolute worst idea. I have ever heard and how to handle climate change the absolute worst And good news for people who can't see color or very much else..

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"And a good science to you to justin blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We are back. Oh we have come through this past week of events and things in the world to talk about science. Bring year to bring you that science that makes you feel so good and happy because there is progress being made somewhere in the world. I have stories tonight about hot. Asia's a hot planet in hot new m rna. Vaccines what do you have for justin. Oh that's a good question let's see. I have got some ancient couple stories about ancient human persistence. Ukrainian melting pot baby negligence dons. And is there wolf. dna no baby. The thing actually have baby sharks as well. I don and babysat yes. Did your coaching on my territory. I am a little bit all the animals outside the animal. Coroner feeling about spacey tonight. But blair you bring for the animal corner good. It was very hard. There was lots of good animal stories this week. So i understand why justin route so i was torn but i brought a story about snakes. A story about spiders and a story about jellyfish. This sounds like a fun. Vertebrate invertebrate animal corner. And if it it's almost appropriate for halloween but that's still ten months away. It's halloween and january weed. Be book hours. Four hour a four hour..

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"And blair and a good science to you to justin blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We are back again to talk about the science all three of us. This is our last episode before we take him theory holiday break. We will not be here next week but we return before the new year with our top. Eleven of twenty twenty the top eleven countdown is our next in two weeks. Hope y'all are ready for that. Are you ready. Co hosts are we. I mean i just wanna make sure it's not all cove it i don't know there's more science now he's gonna make a promise to everyone of you deserve okay with that that it won't all be about it. I think that's a very good promise to make it can't it can't be about covert. I mean if you are if you're interested in this we can science. Without cohen. we are eight hundred four episodes. Probably dial back just not that far over the many many years we've been doing this and find episodes fact four information you might have hundred fifty without covert for short but this week. Yeah we've got our cova update like we normally do because that's what it seemed put with. There's a lot of science this year but we have other science. And i have stories about extinctions touch gotta.

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Goods. And a good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We're back. We are back three voices to talk about science or a night, and we are missing our dear friend Ed for those of you who knew Him who knew him in the chat room? There is sad news of his passing has come to light. So he's missing from our chat room tonight and he's going to be missing from our lives and. But his spark. His spark will always live on. Thank you for that great disclaimer Justin. But we have a great show ahead and in Ed's honor we are going to hopefully light a spark hopefully, drive some curiosity I think ed would want us to keep doing that in. The way that we do. On we go with the show, we have lined up for the show tonight I have stories about some of those mergers and holes black holes to be precise I also have stories about brains because brains are fascinating to me. You know, and that's that's where I'm going to be heading. What are you doing justin but he didn't talk about I've got a gut microbiome story I have got of how incense could save the planet. As well as some insane things you. Can do that. I. Didn't know that they could do that. Maybe nobody knew that they get there but they're doing it and so they can do. I WANNA know what they're doing. What are they doing? Key's. Teaser you're watching. A. Cova cure but a last-ditch thing that reduces fidelity's. Bet Is that the based on? The whole story. But Will Sort of silver landing in. Third Club. have. So Yeah Blair what.

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Deck The Hallmark

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"justin blair" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Matter. So They they head into this little town. They breakdown bad news. Bears come back to Justin. Justin gets a knock. Knock knock on the door. WHO COULD BE SANTA NO? It's his ex girlfriend Blair and she is filling in for poison. Ivy Guy at the board meeting. Why is she there so early? Next thing you know. The car's broken down there trying to figure out what to do. They find a mechanic and he's like. I can fix it tomorrow. I gotta go home and pork chops. Nothing I can do about that, and that's fair, so they decide. We're going to stay the night. And naturally they only have one extra room in the class. What come in Handy for Jesus? And Dean and Melanie get the honeymoon suites, and so they have some pillow talk separated by a barrier and go to sleep, so guess who spends the night Justin's house Blair, I'll. Santa needs els as he does. So he gets Melanie, and and dean to become elves to help him out while they're in town, so justin goes to pick up melanie. He gets a call. Says come pick US up But Oh, there's a there's a bear bear. Pierce can't go. Sorry nothing. We can do about that, so go back to the town and. MILLIO- sides. We got well. We've got to stay here another night. Parts stranded snow or something like that so million. This is going to help bake cookies for the Christmas tree lighting. She has her Handy Dandy secret and cookie ingredient handy. Never, knowing need to bake. Bakers Bake Bakers Bake so it's time for the party the Christmas tree. Lights Up. It's all magical. And it comes out. The Dean has actually been buying. All the gifts that Justin has given Melanie. He's been the one buying it, he. Comes to be a little bit creepy way. He says he was really good. I knew. When I visioned. You but either way. He's the one doing the gift buying. Standard bad guy stuff he helps her to. The kitchen, gets some flour in her face, and in his face, and she helps get it out, and then he grabs her hand. They almost kiss, but no, not yet she thinks a flashback to her mom, calling her dad prince charming, because as dean prince charming maybe. and. She gets all lightheaded. They go for a walk and they get another almost kiss to almost kiss his. Can we make a three? We'll find out. So he takes her. He's like. Listen I into you, but but like I can't say that yet it's. so melanie then tell Santa that the last time she wrote to Santa was to ask him for the type of true love that her mom and dad had. She wrote that as a child very mature for her age. She thought that she had that with just the now. Not so sure Santa's not really helpful here, but it's a very sweet moment back at the Cabin Justin Blair clearly in love, so that's cool melon dean go for another walk after the tree lighting, and he gives her a wooden Santa that he whittled. It's another. It's a widow situation. It's a week. That, he made tells her hey. I'm quitting my job. I'm going to open a Woodshop, because clearly I'm a baller at this woodland, so he opens up about how he was engaged, but it didn't work out because that girl just wasn't the right fit and like..

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Science to Yuki Kimbler and a good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We're back again. Do as Justin said talk about the science. Let's right. We're GonNa talk about science today. Thank you for joining us so much. We have a fantastic show ahead. All sorts of stories. As we jump into the Mo-, one of the big stories of the day is the shutdown stem movement. If you go online hashtag shutdown, academia shutdown stem is a movement related to the black lives, matter movement and the issues that have been brought to the forefront of the American psyche for the last couple of weeks and researchers around the world, actually not just in the United States, but around the world have united in solidarity and taken a day. For black researchers, scientists in stem professionals to have a day of rest, and for those who would like to be allies to educate themselves to amplify the voices of those people in stem and academia, and also to come up with game plans for how they're going to move forward. I just want to say that we here at twists are going to continue to try to amplify black voices in the sciences, and if you are looking for some wonderful, female black voices go to vanguard stem dot, com for conversations between scientists, and additionally. If you're interested in the shutdown stem movement, you can visit shutdown stem dot, com for more information and resources to educate yourself. It is a little tricky.

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"And a good science to you. Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of This Week. In science we are back again with all the science from the past week. Such a great show. I have stories about making self replicating monsters. No Not Monsters. Biology self replicating things in dishes. I also have story a story about bird memories and we have an interview tonight about a new book about an old fight. What do you have for us? Justin I have a neanderthal sate. Revisited and just how the heck you can get dinosaur tracks on the ceiling of the cave. That's a really good question ladder. Yeah Chamblee what really heal the dinosaurs trampolines and caves? What's in the Animal Corner? I have after a long long respite. Some invertebrate sex in the animal corner tonight and I also have a quick story about new technologies or animal. Care all right all coming up in just a bit and as we jump into it here WanNa remind you that you can tell your friends about this week in science..

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Science. Science ambler. And a good science to you to Justin Blair everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We are back. After alone week will no it's just the normal length than week just sometimes it feels longer to some of us than others. Some of us were in the woods. Hitting twins in our hair. Not quite I was in a cabin. So I got to sleep at a bed those great. But otherwise held very rustic and separated is nice. That sounds lovely. It. Sounds absolutely lovely. I look forward too much time. Like that. It's may everyone. Happy May Day happy. Save a rhino day. Yeah. Save a rhino today. May we we have lots of stories for you. I have stories about wobbly jets geomagnetic, jerks and self propagating propagating. No propagating prions, Justin. What did you bring? I've got superpowers nude Denisa VIN discovery discovery of a Danish. Unicorn, relax. It's our story and wolves are smarter than dogs. All right. We'll get into some of that. And Blair the animal corner. I brought some aggressive females. Oh, brought some Miskitos and some biodegradable shopping bags. Oh, everybody needs a few biodegradable shopping bags in do you? Wow. Okay. That's a conversation. We'll have in a little bit. I hope everyone's looking forward to all these stories and more. But before we jump into the show just want to remind you that if you are not yet subscribed to this week in science. We are a podcast where on YouTube. You can find us all places that podcast, sir, found or YouTube channel you can find us on Facebook. But really go to twist dot org.

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"To go. Defied the knowledge. Science. Science. He and Blair and good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this weekend. Science for new all the science news that we have found that we love enjoy wanna share with you this week. There are so many wonderful tidbits. I am just excited for the conversation. I brought stories about what did I bring stories about? I brought stories about regeneration. And we have an interview about probiotics for the ocean. Which is going to be very exciting. Justin. What did you? Let's see I've got the dangers of dog-walking. And something oh. Yeah. Does sound carry mass? I'm sure you're going to answer that question. Enquiring sheriffs. I was just like hoping. Breyer. What's in the animal corner? I have spiders that look like ants. I have bachelor dolphins, and I have wicked pedia saving species. Kapiti interesting. We know it's it's good for for for lots now. Interesting. Okay. Well, let's jump into the show. I would love to remind you as we do that. If you are not yet subscribed to this week in science. You can find full episodes. At twist, he w I s dot org and all.

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Every day. There's only one place to go to find the knowledge. I think I wanna know. Science. And black. And a good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We are back with all sorts of science. Great stories. It's almost valentines day. This is our our show about level. Right. And so it's an ode to science. Do you love it? Go on. Absolutely. Crickets. We love all things scienc- and hope that you will find a love for them on tonight's show. I have stories about the end of the world. Oh, last loves on Mars. And and in an interview to discuss a few giant physics experiments and the sting of defeat in science. What do you have for us, Justin? What would Valentine's Day be for Justin without a meandering meanders, all and a even earlier. Potentia multi-donor wife discovery on her mind when I say that's big understatement. Even earlier much earlier taken it way back. Love started a long time ago Blair animal corner within it. Well, you said scientists for lovers. It turns out love is for losers. Sides on that. I'm not cynical. There's real science there, and I have birth control. It's all in your head. I'll take that advice. Just until the till. Right. As we jump into this show everyone. I would love to remind you that if you have not subscribed yet you can do. So all places that good podcasts are found. Check us out on Spotify Pandora's, Stitcher. Spreaker apple Google, you know, tune in all the places you can also find us on YouTube and Facebook search for this weekend science or just visit twists TWA S dot ORG..

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"E._m. blair and a good science to you to justin blair and everyone out there welcome to another episode of this week in science we are back again to talk about all the awesome science that we found during the last well no it's not all because they're bunch of stories that didn't make the cut you know that we can't talk about everything unfortunately so these are just the stories that excited us the most this week this week i have got stories about what we have brains speaking brains and satellites and fires and we have an interview talk about life at the c. sky interface and jellyfish because jellyfish are awesome just in what did you bring got a church asking science to protect it from nature got a nother ancient hamadan update as i seem to always bring and the whole question of how quick the c. might be rising might be rising and blair what is in the animal corner oh my goodness i brought the most artsy b.'s you've ever heard of so excited artsy bs i know that he will hexagonal honeycomb thing going on but there's more and friendly mice nice i like friendly mice and kick them out of the house easier and he way before we jump into the show i wanna remind everyone that you can subscribe to this weekend science all places that good podcasts are found look for this weekend science or w. i s. look at a twist dot org is a place that you can go for information about this stuff now i would like to interview i would like to introduce our guest see if i can speak tonight our guest tonight is dr rebecca helmet she is an assistant professor at the university of north carolina ashville and she specializes in the evolution and development of jellyfish and recently she wrote an article that was published on the atlantic's website on thank you so much for joining us thank you i'm really excited to be here this is a lot of fun i hope we have a great fun conversation thank you so much for joining us i mean this is it was a a quick twitter at twitter interaction where i said i saw your article in do you want to be on the show and yes totally i do and then when we danced in the beginning that was really just the confirmation i needed this was really you know decision made by fate right exactly like basic criteria do we start by dancing yeah we will do do we start my dad's we have the energy and we jump right in so aside from dancing i mean let's talk about jellyfish to get started how did you get interested in the work that you do you know it's always a really layered process how you get interested in something but i think that the really basic curiosity started when i was maybe like fifteen years old and i grew up in arizona and i i really didn't go to the ocean very much and you know airs ona's not of particularly of water rich state and so the ocean always fascinated me but i thought actually i wanted to study alien life so there's this field called astro biology that's all about like studying you know what life might be like on other planets and i just thought that was so cool and i was from i'm from the town reply was discovered the only american town ray where former planet was planet.

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"And do you to Justin Blair and everyone out there? Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We're back yet again after a week of happenings, so many happenings in the world. Science happened all over the place. We're back again players back. Did you have a good trip to Texas? Oh my God. I did. It was amazing. Did you learn lots and you're going to teach us lots? Yeah. Absolutely. I also visited a beach that was south of me, which was very confusing. I'm used to the west and the east, but a south beach. It messed up my sense of direction all over oh, California, girl. California girl problems goodness. All right, everyone. We have so much head for you tonight on the show. I have stories about brainy birds, and we have an interview on the subject of black holes and gravitational waves coming up in just a little bit, Justin. What did you bring? Let's see I've got new insights onto what killed the dinosaurs. And how twisted light will untangle future internet logjams, which is perfect analogy. But it will have to. Okay. Good enough, and Blair, what did you bring for the animal corner? Oh, I brought some parenting tips from around the animal kingdom and as a bonus. I also brought some lizard dreams. When do lizards dream of. I don't know. But I could tell you how which I mean. Some of Android dream of electric sheep. Lizards must dream of this week in science. If you have not yet subscribed to this podcast, you can do. So just look for this week and science online and any podcast player. I tunes or Google podcast or any other one that you happen to enjoy also YouTube Lear on Facebook for since krbd to us if you want to keep up with the this weekend science goings on now, though, it is time for us to dig in to our wonderful interview for this show, we are joined tonight by Dr Daniel Holtz. He is a professor at the university of Chicago in the Enrico Fermi institute. The department of physics department of astronomy and astrophysics and the Calveley institute for causing the logical physics. He studies gravitational waves and black holes in his a member of like, oh, that's the laser in Farrah gravitational wave observatory. After holtz. Welcome to this week in science. Thank you so much for joining us. Great to be. It's wonderful to have you on the show. Okay..

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Steve KiKi and Blair and good science to you. Do Justin Blair and everyone out there? Welcome to another episode of this weekend. Science we are back and science went on and on and on and on as it does, and it was a week full of wonderful stories. A lot of good stuff out there. Bad news to of, you know, bad things out there, but we love the science because for the most part, it's opens our eyes up to the universe. Love space news this week. Anyway. I have new stories related to space. We've got some of cassini's last gasp to talk about. I also have some brainy news. Some touchy feely brainy news and the bad news. Justin, what do you have? I've got galactic archaeology. Some new news about Neander nurses of the past and modern day mandatory home remedies. Modern day will see interested to hear about that. All right, Blair what's in the animal corner? Oh, I have some fragrant fruits and I have some marital mouse mischief. I also have some fish looks. Bishops for catching the fish, fishing, fishes. It's all nice. All right, everybody. Before we jump into the show and all the science news, I would like to remind you that if you have not yet subscribed to this week in science, we can find information about how to do so at twist dot org..

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"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Science Yuki Kimbler and a good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode. Oh, this weekend science. We are back yet again to talk about all the science that happened in the last week to distract you from things that might also be on your mind to bring some light and levity to world, or at least some logic and rationality moving on into the show. I am very excited to say. We have lots of stories ahead. I have new stories about the climate crisis of the maybe that's not lighten Levin. Important? Yeah. Okay. Some awards, some little awards and a challenge to the standard model. We also have a guest to talk with us all about our talks environment and just in what did you bring. I've got some the teeth and some ancient cuisine. All righty. And Blair what is in the animal corner? Oh, I have some public displays of affection a PDA. I have cats versus rats and I have the sound of LG the sound of what algae you'll have to stay tuned to find out. Listen up. Everyone. That's going to be a very quiet story. That's thing. But cacophonous world of algae to come. But before we get there before we get to those old teeth working on some kinds of old meals before we get to climate crisis, crisis sees crises, we have an interview and before we jump into that, I would like to remind you that if you have not yet subscribed to this week in science, you can do so easily or find information about how to do so by heading over to twist.

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This Week in Science

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Ci- begin Blair and a good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We are back again. We do this periodically, you know, once a week come to the internet and discuss science a wonderful week, I was trying to avoid the internet for most of it. How have our back who got science students, Gus? What did I bring this week? I have stories about a new sensory system, dead mosquitos and drug addiction. What do you have Justin? Oh, my gosh. What am I got? I have got brutal people of the past. Microbial trash cans and and what is my other story? And I have another story, but I've been a mystery. Oh yes. A story about your nose. Bring the Japanese robots. I have to talk about the Japanese robots. We'll talk about that a and Blair what animal corner. Well, speaking of the nose, I brought smelly sicknesses, and I brought some animals that just don't know what they're supposed to eat. Did not know what you're supposed to break all the rules. We're going to talk about it. They don't know what they're supposed to do according to science, they're not listening. They're not listening. Well, everyone. I hope you are listening up because it's time to jump into the science. But before we do, I would like to remind you that if you have not yet subscribed to this weekend science, you can do so you can find information at twist, dot org. DWI s..

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This Week in Science

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Science to you. He and Blair and the good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this weekend. So sweet are back yet. Again, following an American holiday weekend that did not stop science Stein. Science keeps going. The news kept coming. There are many stories and we have brought them, and we are very glad also to be joined. Once again by Justin, your move went well, you have internet and Audio's the have both of those at the moment. That seconds ago I did not apparently have both, but things things worked up. All right. So we will see what we can do to make it through the show. Hopefully. Run smoothly. We do sometimes work on the whims of technology will keep going because that's what we do on this week show. I brought some stories about algae and hope. Chicken and eggs and sexy brain cells. What did you bring Justin? I've got middle aged to Germans. Old cheese. Those are two different stories and basil of we haven't talked about space elevator for a really long time. So. But now this month version one is going into. Billion to being deployed. We'll talk about it. We're gonna talk about this, what? No, that's some serious news. All rights. Price surprise Blair what is in the animal corner. Oh, the aforementioned hawk is some invertebrate sex in quite a while for that one and self aware fish. They don't just swim around in their goldfish bowl. No, they know who they are. They knew who you are. They're judging you. We're going to talk about it me now. I have to talk about this with my child self-aware fish map a lot. A new fish. I knew my new that fish were aware at least of me, but I didn't know that they were so much software. We'll see. Are they are? Aren't they news at eleven, hopefully before that because really long show Levin like central time. I heard everybody as we get into our show. I would love to remind you all that if you have not yet subscribed to this this weekend science as a podcast or on YouTube, you can do that. You can find us all good places. The podcasts are found as well. If you just visit twists dot org, you.

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This Week in Science

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"justin blair" Discussed on This Week in Science

"KiKi in Blair and a good science to you to Justin Blair and everyone out there. Welcome to another episode of this week in science. We are back yet again to claim and disclaim. Explain talk all about all the science that has happened in the last week that we saw and thought fit to bring to your ears. And is this week, so much news for you tonight on this week in science. Oh my goodness. I brought a bunch of fun stories. We're happy to have Blair back. Welcome back with. I am so happy to be back. Thank you for having me back every time. I'm like, are they going to decide it's better without me? Can we go? Okay, but I have to know. I mean, you were this was work. You were fixing world. Have I fixed the worrying I cry. I helped create an eighteen months strategic plan to help lay into place plans to fix. The world? Yes. A plan to make more plans. That is great. Okay. Portent you know, we can talk more about it at the after show. But yeah, no, it was fantastic. I worked with a bunch of climate change communicators and climate change communication trainers about a decentralized model after a ten year NSF grant to help spread the knowledge to seventy five percent of informal science learning centres around the United States over the next ten years who well, we need to be faster than that. I'm just saying, but. No, and we have some great. We have some climate change news on the show tonight for you. I brought a story about science taxes. We've also got, I've got some stories about microbes and behavior and space volcanoes because those are always fun. Just in what did you bring? I've got old bread glowing with evolution. Why religion is bad for the economy and it isn't an alien. By now. It might be a crowd ad. Might be crowded and Blair now that we have you back what is going on in the animal corner. I brought koala tongues more flying spiders every week from now on. It's going to be flying spiders and waiting in line. This just. Yeah. Okay. I super excited about this one. You're waiting in line with a bag full of koala tongues, and you're flying. You're gonna. You're gonna cut off with the flying spiders. Yes. This is how it works. This is how we roll everyone is we jump right into the show, and as we do, I would like to remind you that if you're not already subscribed, we are a podcast and we are also available on YouTube so you can find us any place good podcasts or found head to twist dot org for more information on subscribing in various locations..

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