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"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Hello and welcome to sideshow tangents lately. Competitive Knowledge Showcase starring starring some of the geniuses that make the Youtube series. I show up in this week as always. I'm joined by Stephan Chin. Hello what's your tagline. To back of your leg is always clean. Gene Gloom. Take that ater. Schultz is also here. What's the longest thing you can think of Blue L.? I was a pretty long. Yeah I bet they're like there's some walls there'll bite the Great Wall they're super prolong the clue blue whales are longer than intestines. recoiled aren't though like twenty feet. That's pretty short. This is thinking small though is like the length of time that the universe has been around. That's ties thing though. Try again one more time. What do you mean longest thing you can think of untested rested tagline? He called man. Siri Riley is joined us today to. But you're tagline big city parts. That's my type attack there. What's different about a big city fart? Well I know you microbiomes different. You leave the country country you go into the big city big dreams. You have a big farts. And I'm Hank Green. and My tagline is darkness. Always waiting for you. Oh off uh-huh depressing every week here in size you attendance. We get together to try to one up amaze and delight each other with science facts were playing for glory. But we're also keeping score and awarding sandbox from week to week. We do what we can stay on topic. But judging by previous conversations we socket tangent is real bad we can dock you a handbook now now.

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"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"The listeners support W. NYC studios the. does that make the Youtube series sideshow happened lately competitive only lately right I'm GonNa win today passionate we're joined the Dave I Stephan Chin. Yeah what's your tagline leftover bread Sam shows is also here hi Sam what's your tagline incandescent liable good one series here too I what's your tagline very part cat part bird all muscle and I'm hank green I am going to be here like eighty percent today and my tagline is robots spectacles any percents again I've been here less than eighty percent me to recalling we'll try to be at one hundred twenty percents yeah I feel like it's very it's just for me especially not what percent of your usual every week as I shoot tangents we get together to try to one up amazing science facts we're playing for glory before also playing for Hank box which are the way that we keep score I don't ask too many questions for this the scariest month of all October we're having a great time doing something a little different each episode is featuring a topic it is one of our panelists greatest fears and Seri going to introduce this one this science problem when creatures of flesh and bone drop dead Ed. Their organs read their inside shred cells they lice the bacteria feast the beast has ceased to breathe they scream would bone sway to and ashes fall as fungi small both grow and sprawl they rocked the insides more and more in every poor they spread their spore before we're dust were goop and grind mm-hmm and I for one detest the slime but someday this body will give way and to my dismay I will decay ooh owning nice about horn real poems when it's your child none of us can do except tanks on time yeah thanks the topic of the day's decay decomposition so like after a living thing has died hi it's inevitable journey from organized to random again entropy entropy and that involves a lot of goop and gross yeah little buggies Carlin and places buggies doing it the weird thing is that like decomposition can happen or inorganic Louis so you can you can decompose without life but it happens much astor life helping it happen there's like this sort of question what would happen if there was just a dead body in space and even that would decay and away we'll get have broken down by those solar ray ovaries meteors Nice Tan him eventually tiny meteoroid Swiss cheese and space ooh does it extremely uncomfortable as as researching it are you also afraid of decomposition I think I'm more afraid of dying about dying right this body which is like a held itself together quite nicely forty years just not anymore and I was looking at like mummies that mummies will be fine mummies are not why are you afraid of this I don't have like many big fears but it's something that always creeps me out it feels like the general sense of October like mowing the lawn or something and coming across a dead bird or a dead mouse instinctual reaction is within uh back away I'm scared I don't WanNa deal with it so whatever instinct is deepened my brain of like dead equals seasons rowdiness bad bacteria maggots whatever is dial them to whatever it can't be for like reading about things like maggots therapy Mussa's me out the where I don't know you have dead skin and it's easier to only person on a living person you have dead skin yeah it's easier instead of cutting it out with a scalpel you like have sterilized magazine that I hated it's been in the autoclave took pictures of them to prepare for this episode I don't know why I just wanted to be the yeah yeah definitely I went in intentionally in a direction that did not allow for me to see actually decomposing like a very important part of biology of the last the last step in the energy chain making sure the nutrients that were absorbed into this one organism get recycled back into the environment and pretty much nothing with live unless we had this recyclers composers putting nate nitric back in the environment in Carbon Oxygen Erno Bench of stuff still asti good but nasty it just reminds you that like we're so far from me librium living things are just like all the good chemistry that.

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"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"To give up one of your books so tangent with care now as always apparently early during the first part of this podcast content as much just during the instruction now we have to get on topic everybody as we introduced this week's topic with the traditional science lines poem from stephan. If you wanna find me check the ocean's depths where you can see me hugging hydrothermal vents. It's it's hard to believe that life can live so close to magma chambers but it's so hot that we took off one of our phospholipids layers. If you wanna find me check in nuclear reactors as as you might assume radiation is a factor but i have multiple copies of my chromosomes and rapid dna repair because of tharoor italy organized genome. If you wanna find me me check in a pink lake. It's pretty salty here but don't worry i won't break beta carotene gives me color and protects me and if you didn't know we can reproduce sexually we if you wanna find me check in the berkeley pit extremely low ph and extremely metallic but we know a thing or two about cleaning up because we used is to live inside of a goose's but so if you wanna find me. I hope you sense the theme i._m. Where you are not for i am more extreme topic. Today is extrema emma files. Not this love stephan chin like never quite. They're like emily dickinson over there jerry. What's an extremely vile. What's what stephens said. There's misconceptions around extreme file. They're two very similar things that often get referred to as extreme files so extreme philip organisms need an extreme condition to grow and survive so they thrive in really high temperatures really low temperatures really salty the really basic really acidic anything like high pressure and then they're also organisms called extremo tolerant organisms and those are like your grades of the world old that can tolerate extremities radiation or pressure whatever but they grow most optimally rat for all things being equal to to not be an extreme condition. This can survive them if necessary. Just wanna be normal so you're saying that's not an extreme file. They're not technically extrema files because they don't like extreme conditions. They can just survive them match. They turned into like a little ball half crust. That is somehow still alive but they're i'm not able to reproduce. They're not able to grow. They're not able to eat whereas extrema files philip that that i want to be in the most extreme their habitat is something that we would consider completely. Unsurvivable zillow was if you take him out. They might die like the can't live in non extreme environments extreme files also are from all three domains of life bacteria archea and you carry outs that are considered extreme files. The eukaryotes are like algae fungi so there aren't any super complex lex. There's going to be one that i'll mention in the but fact okay complex. Hold onto the end everybody but now now it's time everyone for one of our panelists ed's me spoiler has prepared three science facts for education and enjoyment uh-huh everyone else but only one of those facts is a true fact..

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SciShow Tangents

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Archea were first discovered partially due to extreme of files because they were like there's this group of weird bacteria. That's my focal quotation marks that are so different from all the other bacteria that maybe we should call them something different and then they were like oh we'll call old bacteria and then they they were like <hes> no archea maher separate <hes> so like by discovering this group of extrema files mostly but there are archea that aren't extrema <unk> files so one has a more stable outer coating his basically so if you imagine a cell is like a bubble okay and then the outside of the bubble has a bunch of stuff in it and it makes it stronger or weaker things like that different molecules that give a different properties. The archea are tougher and harder to pop that bubble with salt or cold or heat of then bacteria or eukaryotes kia strong yeah her raw boys. If you went to ask the science couch out your questions you can follow us on twitter at sideshow tangents where we will tweet out the topics for upcoming episodes every week. Thank you to ask natalie wang. Anna went home and everybody else who tweeted. Does your questions final scores. I have zero samya. One stephan number two was to sarah's a winner yeah. Everyone loves p._c._r. Syrian you're tied now oh on his fingers. I didn't know if that's the way i know how to if you like this episode about extrema files we are producing a new show at complexly called journey to the micro cosmos. Check it out at youtube dot com slash microcosms where we discover all of the very weird things that happen beneath our view all around us all all the time is beautiful little organisms that we can observe mostly eukaryotes because they're much easier to see than the precarious face soothing yes. It's a relaxing saying it's a different vibe for us. Definitely taken it down a notch in terms of the energy but like in lots of good science beautiful imagery. If you like this show as much as you like and you want to help us out the easier to do that. I was a review wherever you listen. That's super helpful and it helps us know what you like about. What the show we'll be looking at. I tunes also for topic ideas for future episodes. He can leave your ideas. Their items review second tweet out your favorite moment from the episode road. Also you can tweet out whether you'd rather examine your own poop or eat cheese made from your body. I'm really curious at sochaux tangents. Let us know and finally if you want to show your love for sideshow tangents. If you want to read more about any of today's topic's checkout sideshow tangents dot org to find links to our sources. Thank you for joining us. I have been hanged green. I've been sarah riley. I've been stephan chin santeuil size. Your tangents is a co production of complexity in the awesome team at w._n._y._c. studios. It's greeted by all of us and produced by caitlin hofmeister in san schultz who also edits a lot of these episodes along with the roka. Matsu shima are designed by joseph tuna mesh or social media organizers hazardous victoria buongiorno when we couldn't make any of this without our patrons on patriotic thank you and remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be light <music> but one more thing pompeii worms are thermo files that live in tubes near hydrothermal vents on the seafloor their head has red gills and sticks out of the tube into twenty two degrees celsius seventy two degrees fahrenheit water which is pretty normal but they're pale grey bacteria covered but is sitting in the tube in water. That's as hot as eighty degrees celsius s. or a one hundred seventy six. They love a hot but why but why did they. They don't really know too much about them but something to do with like they excrete mucus that the bacteria and the bacteria like the hot water too them something to do with a a beneficial symbiosis were they need a hot button to live.

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SciShow Tangents

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"I'm sorry. Thank you for joining us. I have been hanged, green. I've been Stephan chin. I've been say Riley, and I'm Kelly more social tangents is a co production of complexity in the amazing team at WNYC studios. It's greater by all of us by killing Hofmeister, Sam Schultz, who also edits, a lot of these episodes with Rocca Matsushima are sound design is by Joseph tuna, mesh our social media organizer is Victoria on journal, and we couldn't make any of this without our patrons on Atri on. Thank you, and remember, the mind, vessel to be filled a fire to be light. One more thing. So we talked a lot about poop today. We also discussed some pseudo fossils. So I wanna talk a little bit about the longest copper light or pseudo poo that is ever been found. We're not sure what it is. You know, we know now but it was after the fact. So this thing is forty inches this a forty inch so called PU was put on an auction block in sold for over ten thousand dollars. And then scientists was like, wait a second. Oh, no. Let's not real. Turn. So it was an earth, turn. It was out of the same unit that you find the fake Turks from somebody spent ten grand on a forty inch pseudo, PU I don't know. But look, people pay ten thousand dollars for Gucci belts. So if you're going to pay ten thousand dollars for an earth, turn, I'm not going to judge you go ahead and somebody made money off of it. But yeah, they're roughly six million years old from the Wilkie formation in Washington state from still like if it's still millions of years old, and it's like a earth squirt like I mean, it seems ten thousand stuff to tell you about rocks man. Rock, if you want to, if you want six million years old. I got some things to sell you. Drop in the bucket. Two million like yesterday. So, yeah, so there you go. There's, there's some pseudo PU for you. That's worth ten grand..

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SciShow Tangents

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Leads to the good feelings with harmony in addition to the cultural thing, so there's some recognition of this mathematics that's happening. Nice. These nice math noises. So at least like this sounds nice more than this is a happy quarter. Yes. Yeah. More so than the feelings, and then the feeling stuff seems to be like completely arbitrary and scientists are just kind of like. Good to know. We know that it does make us feel things does cause physiological effects. But we don't know how. And we're limited just by the tools we have. And most of these cases, we put someone enough MRI and be like, they're feeling thing. And it's like, yeah. I mean, we knew that they were feeling exactly we have like Mariah and pet scans. And or like, Pat tomography and a bunch of different imaging techniques that let us see the brain while things are happening. And so we can look we end. Thousand dollars to report that indeed that court made you feel good. We can localize it to certain areas of the brain so places that have been called out are like the nucleus accumbens, which is a reward center of the brain amid delay, which is the motions the hypothalamus which is involved in like other nervous system functions. Like blood pressure or heart rate or things like that. Which is basically just reinforcing the things that the subjective experiences that we've already been told to other animals harmonize like wolves birds kind of do I don't think that wolves intentionally harmonize. They sometimes do it accidentally heard it very June. But birds definitely do intervals they harmonize with each other. But they will go from one to another volt that his thoughts like a whole number ratio. Yeah. Cool. Thanks to Nick for your question. It was fascinating to explore. If you wanna ask the science couch. You can follow us on Twitter at sideshow tangents where we'll tweet out the topics for upcoming episodes every week. Thank you to awkward immi. Mita and one rich dog and everybody else who tweeted us your questions this week final, Hank. Buck scores. Sarah, you're at zero you are zero and now you're at two. Oh, yeah. AM at zero point. Counted hard earned Sam you got one. Okay. And Stephan one and metoo buy it wasn't as deceitful as I was hoping to be today. Do better full that one. I do often when I'm constructing them think about Sam really enough. Yeah. Like, what would Sam thing? Yeah. Inquisitive Sherlock, Holmes in mind. If you like this show, and you want to help us out. It is very easy to do that. I you can leave us a review wherever you listen. That is very helpful. And helps us know what you like about the show second. You can tweet out your favorite moment from this episode, which we'll look at it and go that was great. And finally, if you want to show you left for tangents, you could just tell people about us. Thank you for joining us. I have been hanged green. I've been say Riley. I've been Stephan chin Tam Schultz sideshow Tange is a co production of complexly and WNYC's studios. It's greeted by all of us and produced by Sam Shilton, kicking Hofmeister. Our sound design is by Joseph tuna medic. Our social media. Organizers on giorno, and we couldn't make any of this without our patrons on patriotic. Thank you. And remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be like. But one more thing if you swallow air, and that triggers fart that fart will be louder because there will be more volume. But if the fart is created by the fermentation of bacteria and your intestine it will be smaller, but stinkier and also quieter. So there is truth to what they say silent. But violent thank you for. This was even part.

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SciShow Tangents

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"And if you like the show and want to help us out, you can leave us a review wherever you, listen, that's super helpful and helps us know what you like about the show because who knows much some. Up second. You can follow us on Twitter. We got a Twitter now at sideshow tangents, and tweet us your favorite moment from the show. Finally, just tell people about us. Thank you for joining us. I've been Hank green. I've been say rarely I've been Stephan chin. I remain Blake domestic notes Dan is a co production of complexly WNYC studios. It's produced by all of us and Caitlin Hofmeister. Our art is by Hiroko Matsumshima, and our sound design is from Joseph tuna, medic our social media organizers, Victoria Buongiorno, and we couldn't make any of this stuff without our patrons on patriots. Thank you. And remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be like. But we're more. Did you know that the stick a source had one of the lowest brain to body ratios of any known dinosaur in that it was about nine meters long, but had brain the size of puppies, sixty cubic centimeters. So for a long time in eighteen hundred intelligence thought that it must have had a second brain in its but thumb they were wrong. There's a cavity in the in the sacred with Spain's spine meets the pelvis near like, obviously. That's where second brain was turns out, there wasn't enough nervous tissue. There have been any kind of bundle of button, Irv or whatever down there. But they do think that that space was used for something, and it might have been for storing glycogen, and that's the starchy compound that animals use for fuel..

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SciShow Tangents

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"stephan chin" 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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SciShow Tangents

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Scribe it dot com slash sideshows base. What we didn't episode on that channel about sending airships to Venus may be as a potential way of exploring Venus because because the atmosphere so thick. Yeah. And once he get close to the surface. It is very hot too hot to survive. So if you stay in the atmosphere as more of a chill chill von cool. Thank you to one Cup of Joe for the question. If you wanna ask the science couch, you can tweet your question using the hashtag ask sideshow. Thank Chelsea moon, and Cynthia darling and everybody else who's tweeted us your questions, and our final scores Seri, you have one Hank buck Sam you have to Stephan you have one, and I have to I would be saying, I would've had three Hank FOX. But I did go on that tangent about getting caught watching soft. Porn on. Yeah. Story. Now, if you like this show, and you want to help us out is very easy to do that, you can leave us a review wherever you listen. That's helpful. It also helps us know what you think about the show. You can also tweet out your favorite moment of the episode. And finally, if you want to show your love for tangents, you could just tell people about us. Thank you for joining us. I have been hanged green, I've been Riley. I've been Stephan chin, and I've been Samuel, and this has been Sasha tangents. It's a co production with WNYC studios. It's produced by all of us and Caitlin Hofmeister are art and music are by Hiroko Matsu Shima and Joseph tuna, mesh our social media organizer is Victoria Buongiorno. And we couldn't make any of this stuff without our patrons on atrium. Thank you. And remember the mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be lighted. But one more thing the British Supermarine Stranraer is an anti-submarine plane flown in World War Two it was fitted with a toilet. That was just a hold that went out into the open air, and when you would lift the lid on the toilet the whole plane, would whistle. So it was nicknamed the whistling shit house..

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"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"stephan chin" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Listener supported w in Y C studios. Hello and welcome to sideshow tangents the lightly competitive knowledge, showcase starring some of the geniuses that make the YouTube series sideshow happen. Joining me today as always our Stephan chin. Hey, do sort of sideshow deafen. What's your tagline? Stay awhile, and listen guaranteed that that's what's going to happen as otherwise it will be hope so unsatisfying podcast experience. We're also joined by Sam shouts. Hello. You're prying. What your title? Producer at large. Is that a thing? What's your take on power wheels? And Sarah Riley is here as well. Hello, editor and writer various things, very what's your tagline spilled water on my computer today. Yeah. Still works though for ten minutes. I want sport beer into the back of a computer. It wasn't even my computer Catherine's. And it was a really scary evening. I kept going back to check and see if it would work and definitely turn back on and I'm hanged green, my tag line is bunny nuggets. So every week here on site showed tangents we get together to try and one up amaze and delight each other with science facts, we're playing glory, but we're also keeping score and awarding Hank books to the people who impress us with their poetry or their science facts, whichever happens to be we do everything again to stay on topic here at tangents, but the guest is after all called Sishayi engines. So if somebody on the podcast goes on a tangent, and we all deem it on worthy. We will force you to pay up on your Hank box. Now as always we're going to introduce this week's topic with traditional science poem this week by me, the largest protein in your body is a massive giant in your muscles. It binds them together strengthen power yanking, your bones bearing the weight of your water in flesh rip. Ping your.

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