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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Back there with. Bad Steph. The show anyone else beside it's easy to do that. You can leave us a review wherever you listen that helps us know what you like about the show and also maybe there's an algorithm somewhere. That's like hungerthon. Delicious. tweet out your favorite moments from the episode. If you want to show your love for sideshow Tangents, just tell people about. Joining us I've been hanged green I'd say Riley, I've been stiff Chin and I've been Samuel Sasho tangents is a co production of complexly and a wonderful team at WNYC studios. It's created by all of us and produced by Caitlin Hofmeister and Sam Schultz who edits a lot of these episodes along with Sushi Ma or social media organizers, Paulo Garcia Prieto, our editorial assistant chakravarty. Our sound design is by Joseph Tuna and we couldn't make any of this without our patrons on Patriot. Thank you and remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be lighted. But one more thing wall. Between two, thousand, fifteen and two, thousand, eighteen scientists in Botswana took six, hundred, eighty-three cows and painted is on their butts to see if they could deter predators, they compared the fate of these cows to a group that had cross marks painted on their butts and a group that remained completely unpainted and found that none of the but I group for killed by. Meanwhile four of the cows with cross marks and fifteen of the unmarked cows were eaten. The theory is that lions and other ambush predators see the eyes and think been spotted and so don't even try for I. Want booty shorts with is. Yeah. It's like I know what you're doing. I think that'd be great avenue favorite like I'm going for a run outfit..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

02:31 min | Last month

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Jason has only one. Jason? Year, over the Internet, you've made a show called birds of north. America. which you can find on Youtube where else can people find you? Yeah. Other than that. You can find me on twitter and on Instagram at Jason Ward Ny and please feel free to binge watch birds of North America were all inside we're hanging out. So it's perfect Benjamin show as it is. It's relaxing. It's lovely. They very excited about birds. It's everything that I want but with not enough. Brown pelicans maybe season if you like the show and you want to help us out, it's easy to do that. You can give us a review wherever you listen that helps us know what you like about the show and also helps us I think apparently and other ways. Second you can tweet out your favorite moment from the episode, and finally if you want to show your love for sideshow Tangents, just tell people about us. Thank you for joining us I've been hanged, Green. I've been. I've been Stephan. I'm in Sam Schultz Oh Jason Ward I showed changes the co-production of complexly wonderful team at WNYC studios. It's all of us and produced by Caitlin Hofmeister. Sam Schultz also edits a lot of these episodes along with her Okamatsu Shema, our social media organizer is Paulo Garcia Prieto, our editorial assistant the truck for Vardi are sound design is by Joseph to, and we couldn't make any of this without our patrons on patriotic. Thank you. Remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be lighted. But one more thing. Birds have been observed building nests out of the fluff from smoked cigarette butts. Yes. That's right. I could could have gone with any number of bird but facts, but instead I've gone with cigarette. And two thousand twelve study found that these nests might actually be better at warding off parasites possibly due to the presence of nicotine and other chemicals in the cigarette butts. So now we know that it's okay and also great to throw your trash on the ground. Perfect. No not actually smoking and littering or bad for wildlife and humans don't do that but Bert should be allowed to smoke cigarettes they want to. I think burnt should smoke..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

08:10 min | Last month

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Hello and welcome to sideshow tangents. The Lightly Competitive Knowledge Showcase, starring some of the geniuses that make the Youtube series sideshow happened. This week is always I'm joined by Stephan Chedda. What's your tagline? Why is it a pair of pants think bounding? Sam Schultz is trying to as well I. Well, how are You finding Tiktok these days? I don't have it downloaded. I'm not ready for that and I feel more and more obsolete as the days go by and see you talking about it and I see Sarah talking about it especially. Sorry. Never known anything I haven't known until. Feel really bad. It legitimately feels horrible I'm the. Old Man, what's your tagline? Rain Brain sairy. Hello. Now that you know about some music, what's your favorite tick? Tock. Song. Oh, I like the one. It's the meam where a lot of indigenous folks do the dance to it where like. The dead, the data data data that that. Brings you joy? Take that SAM. What's your tagline herbals? I'm hanging green in my tagline is there's a hole in my basement connected to poop. And? Kind of true for everyone. Yeah. Bits direct connection in my. Got Sewer Gas. Yeah. Sewer gas and did you figure it out I? Did I just shoved a shirt down the hall. So fingers crossed at Ballard. No, that's right. Every week here on social tensions, we get together to try to one up amaze and delight each other with science facts. We also will give a little bit of plumbing advice were playing for glory, but we're also keeping score and awarding sandbox from week to week, we do everything we can to. To stay on topic judging by our previous conversations, we won't be great at that. So if the rest of the team deems tangent, unworthy will force you to give up on your sandbox. So tangent with care unless you're me in which case all bets are off baby, I'm not winning this season, and now as always we introduced this week's topic with the traditional science poem this week from Sam you're asking me why I glow while friend I don't rightly know. Know because I'm just a wee insect but I'll give it a go. Here's the thing that I suspect to enzymes. They intersect in my cute little rear end, and I think I am correct that one is Lucifer Erin and the other I am Darren to say his Lusa ferries and combined. They start baron a green flash that with some grace tells predators give us space. 'cause we aren't all that Yummy a flash could also showcase that we want to. To get chummy with a firefight honey. So there is my best, Geffen. Even though I'm a dummy as to why my Butts Florescent my shiny ass is a blessing. It helps me and express in thoughts my bug heads possessing. So the topic for the day is things that glow of which firefighter is just one thing firefly's firefly's and there's lots of glowing in nature, which is nice because sometimes it's dark and we need to bring the light to the darkness. Metaphor. Author. Hank Green. Yeah, the new one. Yeah. That was a sneak peek. Sarah what what is glowing I would define it as a midi might in some way, I was a little torn. So does does like a? streetlamp glow or does that shine are is that the thing but fung? I think generating light. Yeah. Releasing photons I think to. If you glow you kind of have to like make light but like in a very sort of like comforting motherly So like a streetlight, Conglo but it depends on my mood, it depends on how it makes me feel. So what an anglerfish make light in the comforting motherly way. Yeah. Yeah. I'm comforted some swimming toward the light and then I. Yeah. Like if it was if it was shining, it'd be like album is. Would you say glow sticks utterly. Are. They soothing. I like to look at them. I. Don't usually associate them with comfort Yeah. That's part glow. Yeah. Like My. Yeah. My Eighth Hour of dancing at a rave is not like Of. Being a of a little Babe snuggled upon my mother as we drift off to sleep. Maybe I. Don't Know How do you guys not rave? Is that just me a my the only raver don't raised. Obviously, have never raped me I have an either if we're being honest. I would say I hear you be most likely to Rave I. Think. I probably got close a couple times what what's going. We never even talked about. I took the broadest possible definition I looked up fluorescence and phosphorus essence and luminescence Vince, and they're all just like emitting light in various ways there. They absorb light a different frequency or generated through medical reaction or. Story up and then remitted later on in time of those ones the story. Comes from the Proto Indo European Root Gaelle, which means to shine with derivatives that relate to bright materials and gold All right, everybody. So I now that means it's time for. which is the part of the podcast I have brought in three facts. But only one of them is true and the rest of you have to decide deduction or wild guess, which is the true fact, and you can play along at home at twitter, dot com slash sideshow show tangents, but make sure you listen to the facts I because it won't make any sense if you don't otherwise and I've brought in facts about foxfire, which is not just what my inlaws call their web browser. It's also the name of the glow of of bio luminescent fungi that grow on decaying wood and people have been noticing this. This glowing fungi for a long time gone all the way back to Aristotle, and I'm sure before that. But Aristotle described it as a cold fire over the centuries have found clever uses for this glowing fungus including one of the following things that was used by Americans during the revolutionary war fact number one, Betsy Ross stitched the stars of the first American flag with threads dipped in a mixture of bioluminescence messily him, which made it so that they would glow when an the perfect darkness of the night which everybody thought was really dope or fact number two, the compass on board, the first wartime submarine which. Happened during the American Revolution was hard to see 'cause zoos darken there. So they illuminated it with foxfire or number three members of the Co perspiring was which was a also a real thing the. War would place a small batch of Foxfire to signal that a house was a safe house so that members would know where they can find safety even in the middle of the night. So we have these three facts. Betsy, Ross made the stars of the flag glow or we used it to make the compass and the first wartime submarine glow, or it was used to mark safe houses by the cul perspiring a ring of intelligence agents that operated. Around New England and sure foster, those are real. Those are real. That's a real spiring. Yeah. That's a real. That's a real aspiring. There was a real flag. There was a real submarine, all real first American flag..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"If you like this show? Anyone Elvis that it's really easy to do that I. You can leave us a review wherever you listen. That helps us know what you like about the show and apparently does something to some algorithms somewhere. tweet out your favorite moment from his episode and finally. If you want to show, you love precise show tangents just. Thank you for joining us? I've been hanged. Green I've been Siri. Riley I've been steph. Chin and I've been Sam Schultz Sasha. Tensions Co production of complexity in the wonderful team at WNYC studios was created by all of us in produced by Caitlin, Hofmeister and Sam jolts. WHO also edits a lot of episodes Allama through combat Sushi Shema our editorial assistant is devoted trucker Fardie and our sound designed by Joseph Tuna Medicine, and we couldn't make any of this without our patrons unpatriotic. Thank you and remember. The mind is not a vessel to be failed, but a fire to be lighted. But one more thing. In two thousand fifteen, a British Airways flight was about thirty minutes into its journey from Heathrow to Dubai when it turned around because of quote liquid. The Sawsan Poop all over the airplane or anything it was just a particularly stinky poop in one of the airplane toilets, which the airline decided with a health and safety and comfort problem because of the way that the air is recirculated, so they turned back around stuck everyone in the hotel. The next day, didn't they to deduce, did it or did they just let it lie? Did they arrest the person? Arrest. RASA I'm tired of this. Could boop on this mother fucking plane..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Hello and welcome to sideshow. Tangents that Lately Competitive Showcase starring some of the geniuses that make the Youtube series. Sideshow happened. This week is always. I'm joined by Stephan Jen with. What's your Tagline Jews? Sam Schultz is with us as well. Sam who would you like to spend a nice quiet evening with nobody? I like to either have like a rowdy night with people or quiet night by myself. I don't like to have them Ryan I with people. I don't know what to talk about. Sam what's your tagline. French FRIED FROG LEGS. Oh sairy Riley who also here. Let's you tagline stone. Chicken Green in my tagline. Is this Buttermilk newspaper Tangents. We get together to try to one up amazing delight each other with the Science Fax for playing for Glory. But we're also keeping score and awarding sandbox from week to week do everything we can to stay on topic. But judging by previous conversations we will suck at it so if anybody deems at tangent super unworthy will force you to give up one of your sandbox so tangent with care now always. We introduced this week's topic with the traditional science home this week from most poems about healing have heartbreak or sorrow lost brothers or mothers' endless tomorrow's in grief or in tears or in painful distress. But now that I've got you. I'd like to address abscesses and compresses and other small messes because healing is just gooky biological guesses from blood coagulation to inflammation an influx of cytokines and cellular migration broken skin broken bone broken muscle. Scratch all token alarm bells for immune system dispatch. And I guess I can't leave out whole ecosystem repair. Algae blooms that give way to new schools of fish fair or crabs in an airport or drug elephants. Keeling humans are the virus and nature is healing. Barrel is good.

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SciShow Tangents

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Course organic chemistry height of okay. Hi Hung excited to be here but also so nervous. It's like it when you can go on jeopardy. I feel like which one of US Alex trebek's Premie Jennings. The bad boy of bad. James Bet. Psalms stole headed guy. Who's like all in? Yeah you're well anyway. That's your favorite dinosaur. I go with the triceratops grant answer and I'm Sam Schultz like I said before. My favorite dinosaur is the long neck one every week. Current Hand Vince. We get together and try to one up amazing delight. Each Other was science. Facts were playing for glory Barossa. Also keeping score and awarding Sambat from week to week We do everything we can stand topic. But judging by previous conversations we are not very good at that and we'll maybe even worse without hank hair to keep a straight so off the rest of the team deems attention unworthy will force you to give up one SAM bucks so tangent with care and this week as always we introduce topic with the traditional science this week by me. In the style of Emily Dickinson's hope is a thing with feathers. A virus is the thing with proteins that purchase on a cell and replicates. It's nasty jeans and never stops at all till T. cells and their friends arrive and sore must be your body while they smashed the little guys making your nose snotty. I've had the chills and fever to have thrown up quite a lot because of virus drifted in and an illness. I have got a lot of that. Was Emily Dickinson. You Owe almost. None of it was anymore. That's the right word structure. Also thanks. Emily Dickenson didn't allow the work to Emily Dickinson known about.

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Dear Hank & John

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Each listener supported w NYC studios. Welcome to deer hanging John over to think of it and said hey I recently got a Pumpkin but it was broken so I had to go get a pumpkin patch your joke joke joke at the how how Weenie time started off as like an interesting story broken especially tangents our podcast where we talk about science things and we try to amaze each other with science facts and also beat each other in getting science related points Hank by with stupid hank thank you how are you doing are you still in place the people who join me on Sasha tensions are Seri Riley allow what's your tagline and I wanNA pokemon shirt oh that's a great tagline tells every everybody everything they need to know about you including my not middle aged man age range is in urge of like all editorial at crush course we're also joined by Sam Schultz producer special projects producer I believe myself a promotion the producer of any of the channels no by show kids ended tant and Siam but that a lot of youtube channel but you take on all of our like unique Jackson tangents you black ops lack Stephenson is also here I pretty good just had a lovely weekend out in the wilderness we brought back so much bread Stephan is a producer of show yeah you know make spreadsheets and stuff and also videos oh yeah I do that occasionally at Deer Hankins John we get a number of different kinds of questions we questions sometimes that are science questions people just like hit us and I'm like I love I'll answer your science and I get to help them do their homework or something I think that they're just having acting thoughts about the universe to give them the benefit of the doubt okay so we have frontloaded this episode with some science questions but we also have some normal questions so we'll see more than average will be science questions but also we wanna take on and help our help our listeners with various and I can't talk about science anymore I'm sick of it the record tomorrow I know it's your pallet cleanser so we're GONNA have our first question comes from Steph who has career Hankins tangents when I step in a puddle of mud and a bunch of microbes end up on the back of my legs and then I go and I have a shower to wash them off those microbes for the ride of their lives do they even notice or are they probably still chilling on the back of my leg somewhere suddenly concern for the microcosms Steph. I'm very the interested to know like what the experience of acceleration and like G. for so yes now at at the microscopic level microscopic organisms have they can sense things but mostly they sent things that are useful to them well entirely but we all some things that are useful to there are some that can detect gravity they can tell up from down so that they can move within but that's pretty unusual mostly what they can detect is oxygen concentration and light because of those are the things that are necessary for metabolism so they don't really care if they're like swirling around in in the like this I think about the ocean like the ocean like those molecules are just sloshing all over all the time they're not really aware of that in the way that like a human sloshing around in the ocean is just like a really quickly changing environment it's more like this changed the do this and that's a direct link there's no thought in between like microbes don't think the like the way that like a plant will turn to face the sun it's like this is over here and then there's sort of a direct molecular mechanism tells them to do the the next thing so in the mud puddle presumably there mud puddle loving microbes happy there. They got their nutrients than when they splash on the back of your leg you have different chemicals on the back of their leg and that can either be like wow what happened here it's you I don't like this at all I don't like the this I'm going to try to move away and like then they squirm and do whatever chemo taxis chemo taxes moving through a chemical gradient so I sent there's more oxygen here than there was here so move that way and they keep moving and that sort of like why microbes move is that they're traveling on chemical gradients there's also this idea that we're all doing that constantly all sort of traveling through a chemical gradient of our own brain chemistry and we don't actually make very many decisions on our own I feel that few like track every minute of your week and you do that week to week a discussing percentage of the things that you do are just like the same things that you do every week AAC new no I like showers I good eating I love recording of deer hey good job it's like how much of this am I choosing break no well definitely have you seen my calendar I don't calendars are just chemicals capitalism and chemical I feel like that's making again societal capitalism is sort of our societal soup that we have to sort of function inside of physical property angering a little bit of a tangential question you intentionally wash the back of your leg no yes yes I don't yeah I don't I like once a week probably haven't washed my calf yeah that's like hassle what's the water gets down there soapy water to like there are few key for well the run off of the dirt grease from your hair stuff going down the rest of your special attention for sure take a wash cloth thank you yeah I wash my feet because they like they have a sturdy tell their dirty whereas my calves like no matter what I do they're always just showing my cat you're like Whoa Whoa Whoa Moi my cam ep you wash your kneepads really boy you guys his kneepads again but you're never gonNA come into contact with my knee pit Oh yeah I guess you're right but someone like our next to a child that this hike of your knee and you're wearing shorts they could no I want them to have a slightly negative experience so that the learn not to grab my knee in helping this is something you need to know I mean sometimes I do it and I'm like Oh that's nice thanks for answering that question for me dear hanging tangent wire do tangents and Hank tangents and Hank what happens when an astronaut sneezes space do they fly across the room like in cartoons and if the sneeze occurred in the International Space Station how would they clean up the sneezed out fluid that is flowing in the air not Christa Christa. This is a great question that's good to know I mean equal opposite reaction of stuff's find out it puts you backwards yeah does this ain't we would float and the space station like this little droplet yeah oh I mean this seems like look this is the reason they don't want bread in the spaces our little particles that ended up in the air and then his behind your panels and then there's mold and stuff back there and then he can't clean it out there's filters and then the more you have to change the filters that more work it is the more maintenance there is but I think that like specifically for stuff like sneezing and you know various other reasons there might be droplets in space there are systems to take care of the droplets lawn I think to try to sneeze into something that orbit but to the filters do this for the stuff that doesn't caught and then also there are devices for capturing liquids that are traveling around vacuum cleaner that up you're waving your hand around and I imagine the Butterfly Net mugs you know for when you accidentally this p. that probably happens that's like that no if you're an astronaut in space though sometimes you know F- flowed out farther hold it in I don't know you might think about how scared to be in space look out the window and you're like Oh that's terrifying if you sneezed and didn't cover your mouth would you fly backwards but if he sneezed and Dracula you wouldn't fly backwards some 'cause the well not all that would be captured but yes if it fu you would get pushed back and then when the energy hit your hand it would push forward so cancel each other out if you were able to capture all the energy yeah okay also be useful if you get like stuck in at the medicine and you just whip out a little emergency pepper packet yourself genius journey of you stop your sneezes I like to do that and but now I feel like I trained myself to sneeze more through my mouth than my nose because I was doing that and I feel like that's bad and I'm GonNa die one day what sneezes go one hundred miles an hour I'm GonNa try to redirect it you're holding office out yeah I think that if like holding sneezes killed you we would hear about that more I'd be dead deer tangents in Hank why do we have toes I understand fingers but why toes seem very odd I can't even move them individually like I can my fingers what do they do please help fingers and toes cameras yeah I mean I like the fingers are pretty understandable they're super yeah yeah we don't consciously use our toes much using them to balance it time that sort of my thinking but hang seems to consciously use your toes consciously all the time pick up stuff with your toes I pick stuff up yeah bending over is hard for me because my because my hamstrings are very tight won't I don't feel like I have good towed ex dirty but also when it feels like Oh bending over his heart I should make a point to bend over then so that right that's a good point I should bend over music or loses holding a child in one arm and he's optus toy on the ground and he's crying and just pick it up with my toe does the fact that that we can't move all of them individually for the most part mean we're like evolving them to not be there anymore I think that they are useful and I think that there's definitely a side to side thing happening so the big toe and the pinkie toe and sort of the end toes they do independent things in need to do independ- ratings see wouldn't want like just a flipper out there but maybe we could evolve like a like a dino foot three two or three toes that's all when you got like a simple body plan this is like a hawks gene thing where like they're these special genes that do layout and it's better to just sort of rely on the same ones that say like okay there's going to be five things we're going to do it on this side and this side not on the bottom two and that worked well enough yeah it might be better to have fewer toes but it's even better to not have to like mess within the sort of body plan more which is why we ended up with you know all vertebrates on land having the same body plan ahead on the top two arms to Lex wild the bones in your hands and toes are called Foulland Jeez I remember from a vial and it's fun word eight were got a bunch of philanthropy hands are amazing Ryan quite a bit yeah sometimes you look at them near like what beautiful delicate perfect little machine and also when you talk to hard you like your tangents and Hank I'm seventy one years old and even though I have lots of Nice clothing no interest in dressing up I generally wear t shirts blue jeans and a sweatshirt but when you get old and you don't dress well people try to give you money on the street I enjoy the visibility the of old age and maintain that I could wear fuzzy pink slippers and no one would notice my wife on the other hand always looks her best and dresses up very nicely when we go out together it's a mismatch she never says is anything but I sense that it bothers her tonight join a twelve step group that was a big big I feel like you don't need it full stop look nice sometimes now that maybe the steps is like learning how to wear a new piece of right like this is the kind of twelve step group but I'm not the traditional IRA with the socks and then got from there how many do I have twelve pieces of clothing no talk sock shoe shoe over one sock at a time because that could be a fashion choice so you throw in a watch and a couple of rings get up to shoelaces are they close Oh maybe them as an accessory counter shoelace if you count a what assume.

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"To the sky and determine the location of the rings around the sun and this is when it's cloudy even when it's caught because the light from the sun is still traveling through their stole sufficient light the light pattern on the cow site and through the cal site varies depending on the orientation one of the stone relative to the light polarization from the sun and i think when the images got more aligned or they got more equal brightness than you know that you're pointing gene more directly at the sun because the polarized lights are rings around it and they're hitting the stone in a more equal way so this is what we think was mentioned in unlike norse mythology or viking times called a sun stone that they used for navigation so in these texts. There's this like a bunch of passages. As far as i can tell that was like we use the sun stone found our way home. You can also use a sun stone. Turn your <hes> gloom into a blossom. So is that a poke him on the way the series with music. I'm like pokemon is a better thing to be that way. If you want to ask the science couch you can follow us on twitter at sei showed tangents where we'll tweet out the topics for upcoming episodes every week. Thank you at beca. Sit lally at many margaret three and everybody else who to your question at this week final scores stephan and i are tied for last with juan syrian sammer tied for first with two. If you like the show and you want to help this out he said to do that. I you can leave us a review. Wherever you listen that helps us know what you like about the show and we're going to be looking at. I tunes views topic ideas for future episodes second tweet. Got your favorite moment from this show and finally if you wanna show your love for sasha tangents. Just tell people about us. Thanks for listening. I'm han green. I'm sarah riley. I'm steffan jin. Tangent is a co production of complexity in the awesome team. W._n._y._c.'s studios. It's created by all of us and produced caitlin hofmeister. Sam schultz who also edits a lot of these episode along with broken about sushila are sound designer joseph tuna mesh our social media organizers victoria buongiorno and we could make any of this that our patrons on patriotic thank you and remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be lightning it but one more thing a two year study published in two thousand fourteen in the journal frontiers in zoology concluded that dogs can sense the earth's magnetic field field and seemed to prefer line themselves up with its north south axis while pooping heard that before i think it's gonna be you you know i took it with a little bit of a grain of salt too so at this isn't always observed every time a dog poops and they think that's because dogs get thrown off when there's disturbances in the electromagnetic magnetic field which way to poop anymore is that that's why they go around in circles avant. They're like what the hell maybe it is. Maybe a cracked it open.

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SciShow Tangents

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"To sources. Thank you for joining us. I have been hanged green. I've been sorry riley. I've been s- crispy feet and i'm in samsung. Pleasure tangent is a co-production of complexly and the awesome team w._n._y._c. studios. It's created by all of us and produced by caitlin hofmeister and sam schultz who also edits a lot of these episodes along with matsushima. Our sound design is by joseph tuna mesh. Our social media organizers detroit on journal and we couldn't make any of this without our patrons on patriot. Thank you and remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled with but a fire to be lighted but one more thing in twenty fifteen fifteen researchers looked at the poop fifteen participants in the boston marathon before and after the race they found that after running there were significantly more bacteria of the genus via via nila present in the poop. The researchers discovered this bacteria eats lactate which is the conjugate base of winding acid that builds up in the body during exercise so apparently according to p._b._s. Nova at least lactic acid doesn't build up in your muscles on your exercising but lactate does okay and it it doesn't do what people thought like burn you it helps them how so they eat lactate and they excrete propia nate which is a compound that is thought to have positive effects on blood pressure and metabolism so they injected mice with samples from these runners poop. The mice got injected could run thirteen percent longer than <music> set in it but scientists aren't sure if the exercise encouraged the growth or if the people were better at running because they just had this bacteria naturally naturally growing in some people just seem to have more of it. I do not have this bacteria. Put the poop and stuff yeah poops stephon. We've got a p._o. Box for your box p box..

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SciShow Tangents

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"What's your your tagline. <hes> leaky knows wholesome sorry about that. Stay over there. Sam schultz is also hear her. You have to spend all this time next two seven. Oh that's okay. I think i'm probably also sick but i'm still you know stronger. Let's tagline no no juice no juice. We're low on sarah. How are you doing after bitcoin. I'm okay but now i'm worried because i sat next to salmon stephan on the plane. You weak weaker strong. I'm strong but probably just mentally and then i'm gonna collapse. What's your tagline. That's chabal on weei and i'm hank green. I i have no more space in my whole head all filled up into more gigabytes or whatever i need some more giggling stanchion drive hard drive us like again. You're talking in my in. My tagline is hot hot m._s._g. Walk every week here. As i should tangents we get it together to try to one up amaze and delight each other with science facts were playing for glory and we're also playing for hank bucks. We do everything we can to stay on topic but if you go off on a tangent agent and we all deem it unnecessary or unworthy who will dock you want your hank bucks or even make go negative now as always we introduced this week's science topic with the traditional science. It's from me. How do we rise in bloom. How do we survive. How do we respirate. Photosynthesis is in thrive. This poem is from the perspective of plants. How do we retain the water. Even though there is no trace we must capture everything we can distort just in case. The land is not of plenty but we're built to endure if it's possible we'll do it of that. You can be sure we can last but not forever so we say.

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"sam schultz" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Get made partly for self centered reasons of wanting to see a show about the sort of things that I've gotten to do, but also because it fills a niche that is not failed and I think would be able to bring up some issues that are often overlooked. So I wish you the best of luck. I know that can't always be easy to sell baseball related projects. When people think baseball is dying and no one cares about baseball anymore, which, as we know his demonstrably untrue. But that may be a bias that you have to overcome. But, but I hope that you do overcome overcoming, very bias would be one of the many topics of the show. Yes. That's right. Yes. And we are about to speak to someone who has lived the experience for herself and has gotten a job in baseball. And in a historically male skewed field is changing the demographics bit, and has been part of the MLB diversity program, Sam Schultz who works in the baseball operations department for the patriots. So we will bring her in shortly. And we had a good chat with her since you mentioned, your Odobi Harare piece. This is probably not a topic that should be shunted aside into a very brief conversation. But I will link to it for people who want to read it at length. But would you care to share your own feelings as the OPEL Harare suspension surfaced? It's a difficult thing to deal with as a fan. And even when I've spoken about these issues with Sammer Maggard or Jeff, you know, where typically. Not coming to it from offense perspective just because we cover the game. And, and don't view the game through that lens so much anymore. But I know from having talked to people, and from having tried to moderate, our Facebook group when these discussions, which are always somewhat inflammatory arise. I know that this can be a difficult thing for fans to figure out how to respond to and what does this mean does this mean I should stop watching the team? What should I think of this player, what should I think, of how baseball handles these issues in general? And I think you wrestled with all of that in this piece, which, again, I will like to recommend that people read. But what would you say about how you have tried to process, the spurious as Phillies fan who wants the best for the Phillies? But also does not want to see teams and the Phillies in particular sort of skate by when the sort of issue arises. Yeah. Well, thank you. 'cause I it's like I don't wanna talk. About it, and I feel like it needs to be talked about at the same time. So obviously, I have many feelings about this, because I wrote, I don't know, three thousand words or something. It was ridiculous. And so I won't go into all of those thoughts and feelings. But I think it, it sort of boils down to think, what by the end of the article I called a like forgive don't forget policy, because it really bothers me when I feel like people have forgotten when people have forgotten, what are all this Chapman did. When people have forgotten what Jose Reyes did. And that I want I want people to remember, but I don't for reasons that I go into in article..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Are you? Good. What's your tagline? Oh, take it. Well done. Sam Schultz's here to everyone's favorite. And everyone always appreciates him. And our current winner leader Sam show, what's your tagline? A to say a lot of food. Is that a good? Hogs is going to be this is usually do it later. True. I might if you notice a difference, I'm sure that's what it is. Yeah. I'm feeling peppy. Hank green long slow blinks is my tag on does everybody a Hong close your eyes. Give some long slow blinks tasteless to smile at your cat. Yeah, that's true. That's told me that giving long because that's how cats said of the love you. Don't prove it wrong. Don't look, I don't wanna know fall asleep, which I think is really funny. You save. I guess distributor and doing back in the once there is a close. He's like. Due to me. I feel like whenever I fell asleep during class, which is not a lot a medium amount. It would start with long. Slow. This blink can be a little bit longer than last one that's fine. And then finally, we have our last blink. Oh every week on tangents. We get together to try to one up amazing delayed each other with science facts. We're playing for glory. But we're also keeping score and awarding Hank books Sam is currently the winter join points. How many points, do you have Sam? I have forty two points. Stephanus thirty five points. What Hank has thirty nine points doing this in any order Seri I am doing it in the sorta has thirty four points. Solidly last, we do everything we can to stay on topic. But judging by our previous conversations we will not be great at that. So if the rest of the team deems your tangent unworthy we will force you to give up one of your Hank bucks. So tangent with care now as always, we introduced this week's topic with the traditional science poem this week from Sam, I'm going to take you on a journey backwards through time..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"It's wonderful. Everywhere. People know how long it is before these things, come out now makes people appreciate the work that goes into them. Yeah, I guess while anybody ever appreciates me. Everybody. On Twitter, sweetest Sambol me, some Honey, and some teabags which I'm actually aiding both of them right now. Drinking them. Honey? But it dissolves in the tea, right? Yeah. So is that eating drinking your view are perfect for this? So you are you're youtuber you show his brain craft. That's true. Tell me about your show. My show is about psychology. I hanging to look at science or bring science to your real life to help you personally and professionally develop does that sound appealing to people not like personal development. I two that do I need a bit. Elevated watch with me. How can you be better is how I like the law. Talking to use science to better you'll life. Okay. So we have some episodes, coming up on situations where you should apologize. How to construct, Nepal. How does thinking how to get in touch with you feelings, all that fun stuff? And what's your tag on should we just come up with that right now? Not that I don't have one just have to be better. Science for life science for lives Taza. That's probably miss Utica companies tackle. Sarry Riley, also here. Hello. It's good to see you. Sarah, what's your take on vitamin d lists deafness here to hi? How are you? Good. What's your tagline? Oh, take it. Well done. Sam Schultz's here to everyone's favorite. And everyone always appreciates him..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Sam can you make the noise of the instantaneous dissolution of a human into a pile of goo. Part sound. So I guess we know now a little bit about timekeeping. And then it's it is definitely a construction if humans eight googled real hard to find other animals that told time and according to Google they don't exists. That'll be may be bees would. Yeah. Hey, yeah. Let's do something like four thirty. Animals with jobs seem like they would have like a little watching their head. They do respond to stimuli like the sun and moon and stars traveling. So like they can navigate based on celestial bodies. But I think that's different than time idea. Yeah. Timekeeping? Yeah. So navigating based on celestial bodies is different than planning out your day based on their movement. I don't know if I with that. I guess the the things that we do in our day. Like, we make ourselves think about time. But also like our bodies experiences quickly as they do and like the sun happens, and we have to do things and everything's paste out to our life. We have physiological timekeeping that happens inside of our bodies. It's like a thing that is just happening. We get tired, and we have circadian rhythms. And all of that which other animals also have but timekeeping technology is certainly unique to human. Yes. I agree. We fought through at everybody. And now it's time for. One of our panelists has prepared three science facts for our education and enjoyment. But only one of those facts, Israel, the other panelists have to figure out either by deduction or wild guess, which one is the true fact, if they do they get a Hank book, if they're tricked our fact presenter, it's a Hank buck and this week. Our fact presenter is Sam Schultz hearing like we were saying a lot of life on earth has its own internal of keeping time. And is that's the circadian rhythm. It's like the sun.

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"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Listener supported w in Y C studios. Everybody you are about to listen to Sisa tangents, very I live show recorded this January at pide con. So in the episode starts and the audio sounds a little bit funny that is why don't panic. I hope you enjoy this live show, and we'll be back next week with a regular studio recorded episode. Hello and welcome to sideshow tangents, the lightly competitive knowledge, showcase starring some of the geniuses that make the YouTube series sideshow happen and this week of very special guest. Joining me as always our Stephan chin. Hey, how you doing buddy? I'm alright great fantastic. I'm doing just fine. I'm stressed out. At all what's that? We'll go with plus two to charisma like and we've also got Sam Schultz here. How you doing Sam? I'm fine. This is the first live show experience. Yeah. I think so of all, but whatever and other live things have you done. I did a sideshow panel at nerd con. Okay. And that was fine. I couldn't see anybody at that though. Because it was too dark now. Now. They're looking at me. Now, what's your thought on definitely not scared? We're all say Riley as always science communicator, science writer writer of science things. Nowhere of science things. Always more informed than I am. Sorry. What's your tagline? I bought a blazer with this extremely auditory thing. We're doing. We also have a very special guest this week. Thank you so much for coming this elephant or Hello. Hello. Well, thank you for coming to our pod. Con live show. Thank you and taking the responsibility away from me. So that I didn't have to bring a fact that what I'm here for. In terms of like, my mental health. Yes. So I know you have an audience of your own that you're going to bring over to our podcast sense for doing that. What do you do? I host and produce a podcast called undiscovered in science Friday and tagline is it might tagline. I purpose. I decided to go aggressive because I'm frightened. So in it to win it. All right. It's very hard to win this pot and I'm hanged green. I am very excited to be here at pod. Con with our first live episode of Sisa tangents, and my tagline is just how to Quila. Because I just did a booth podcast. So this is a drunker than I usually am at noon thirty. So for those of us who don't know here at Sochaux tangents every week we try to get together in one up each other and delight and amazing other with science facts facts about the world or how we found out those facts about the world and we're playing for glory, but we will also be awarding, Hank bucks and Hank bucks. Go to people who who do good job of amazing us, and we do everything we can to stay on topic. But the podcast is called tangents. So if you go on a tangent, you are at risk of losing your Hank book, if the other people on the podcast decide that it was not worthy of the tangent. And as we are going to introduce this week's topic with the traditional science poem this week from Sam shelves. To sing kind of. Head e Lahmar was a star of stage and screen both near and far. But did you guys also know she invented guidance systems for torpedoes? Her work in this field pave the way for the wifi and bluetooth. We use every day. Sam is pretty good. The anti. It's not a poem anymore song. Yeah. Way too much pressure. Just call. It's already hard enough. With the signs poem. So our topic. Sam, of course, gets gets gets a Hank book that's marched down on my little town of paper here per year. Basically it a freebie for doing the science foam unless it's real bad. And that's our topic today is celebrities who discovered science things. Yes..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on One Two Review

"Bitcoin boom this week fingers crossed in the market as the coin faces its toughest challenge. Next week with an open market ready and willing to support it will the coin continue to climb or as it's plummeting downfall. A bit of a history retailing in progress. Five space news. Heading over to Brian garrison with news on SpaceX. Japan hosts a celebration as Denno aqui successfully returns from space Xs maiden voyage being the first tourist to space does not come cheap as Mr. Chi has reportedly paid over twenty billion yen for the privilege. The ticket included four meals a day and all the comforts of home, including wifi and even access to Netflix. The three week journey was filled with joy and excitement reported. The crew Mr Guy celebrated his birthday on the fifth day of travel with the dehydrated. Birthday cake when asked for comment, he simply responded with OEMs. And our headline story tonight. The humpback whales return, these majestic beasts are back and enjoying the warm water. Just off the coast pot of thirty nine humpbacks recited just off the shore, brutally cold weather has kept them at bay. And the way from the coast for the past thirteen years. This marvelous return is a little late for some local whale-watching businesses which long ago had to shut their doors. We talked to one local man Dave poor tool who says that he's thinking of reopening his father's business, which closed its doors over ten years ago due to the whale shortage. I saw something breaks the water, and I turned to my wife and said that's the damn wheel. And she said, they don't even come close, though more. And I said, I know Honey, but that's a damn WALE. All business aside return of the humpbacks is something to be celebrated. And as one local woman said, I'm just glad to have them back. Now onto weather. What the super fog rolling it? That's. Right. Conrad dense rain and deep penetrating jobs with a twelve percent chance of increase. The residents of moosh EBay are urged to keep pets and children inside to severe lack of visibility. One local woman is reported to a driven her car into the ditch saying I couldn't tell what was the road. And what was the ditch? And with sports news. Let's go to Conrad. NBA bans players and staff from gambling on the sport this week. The basketball courts were uneasy with the announcement of the suspension of fourteen w NBA stars included. Notable players and staff can just do pre from the Indiana fever Jewell. Loyd of the Seattle storm Monique billions as well. As her assistant coach, Mike. Peterson of the Atlanta dream ten more players were indicted, and we'll be facing court for the alleged legal gambling that took place over the last seven months, neither the w NBA or any of the players commented on the situation. But Mike Peterson is quoted as saying these allegations are unsubstantiated. I and my players loved the game. And we would never undermine that. In Denver tonight. Football tie score sixteen sixteen. Thanks for to OT our news. I'm Diane velveeta in the following segment is paid for by Sam Scholtz. Five I'm Sam Schultz. Welcome to my book corner today. I'm going to be talking about Bunder ten by David Graceland. Grace, lean is one of my favorite authors, and this book fits nicely in the canon of his work in Bunder ten we meet our main character, Alan Filmon, as he's busy cleaning out, the house just newly deceased mother what we find out is not only was his mother and amazing actress known internationally, but also a spy in the novel. We follow Allen is he uncovers an assassination plot that ended his mother's life. Alad a mechanic and avid reader tasks himself with bringing down the assassin that killed his mother Allen is in over his head quite quickly a receives help from an anonymous source who ends up being his brother another mechanic actor himself. Allen's journey of self discovery is heartfelt and moving. So I I..

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"sam schultz" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"sam schultz" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Stocks finished higher on Wall Street strong earnings from Boeing and apple shot higher after the fed kept its key interest rate unchain signaling it could leave rates alone. In the coming months. This is NPR news. Opera star David Daniels and his husband were arrested last night in Michigan on charges of sexual assault. They've been accused of raping Twenty-three-year-old man and Houston NPR's on a Stasi. SEO reports. David Daniels was an international in claims counter. Tenor who sweep high voice was heard on the world's greatest stages. But last year Daniels was accused of sexual assault in two separate incidents. One leisurely took place in two thousand seventeen an Arbor where Daniels is a professor at the university of Michigan. The other accusation the one for which he and his husband were arrested allegedly took place in Houston that accusation was made by a rising singer named Samuel shots. The lawyer for Danielson Walter denied all allegations to NPR and said in a statement, quote Sam Schultz is not a victim. He never would have gotten this much attention from his singing, and he knows and resents. That fact, honest as he at silk us NPR news. New York US talks with China aimed at settling a six month trade war resumed in Washington today. The dispute between the world's two biggest economies is weakened. Both sides shaking financial markets in clouded the outlook for the global economy. It's the highest level meetings since President Trump and China's leader agreed to a ninety day truce back in December. However, no major announcement or resolution is expected out of those meetings this week. You're listening to NPR news. You're listening.

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