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A Town Where Wireless Signals Are Banned, Why Fish Stink, and a Personality Health Test
Learn about why wireless signals are completely banned from Green Bank, West Virginia; why fish stinks but chicken doesn’t; and how to find out if you have a healthy personality. In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following stories from Curiosity.com to help you get smarter and learn something new in just a few minutes: Wireless Signals Are Banned in This Small West Virginia Town — https://curiosity.im/2GvhnFf How Come Fish Stinks But Chicken Doesn't? — https://curiosity.im/2GxqJ3B Do You Have a "Healthy" Personality? Find Out With This Psychology Scale — https://curiosity.im/2GyLWdy If you love our show and you're interested in hearing full-length interviews, then please consider supporting us on Patreon. You'll get exclusive episodes and access to our archives as soon as you become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/curiositydotcom Download the FREE 5-star Curiosity app for Android and iOS at https://curiosity.im/podcast-app. And Amazon smart speaker users: you can listen to our podcast as part of your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing — just click “enable” here: https://curiosity.im/podcast-flash-briefing. Support the show.
Aired 3 months ago 35:23
Jay Inslee's Climate Plan Is Every Wonk's Dream
What would a truly bold presidential plan to decarbonize the economy look like?Democratic candidates are offering up their visions.Elizabeth Warren is focusing on banning fossil fuel extraction on public lands and using the military to counter climate threats; Beto Oâ€™Rourke is looking to executive action; Joe Biden is teasing a â€œmiddle groundâ€ plan.Then thereâ€™s Washington State Governor Jay Inslee. He just released his second climate plan â€” itâ€™s more of a manifesto â€” called the The Evergreen Economy. Itâ€™s a culmination of a decade and a half of his thinking, writing and policymaking on climate.The document was so good, we decided to devote a whole episode to talking about it. You can read it here. And check out Dave Robertsâ€™ supplemental analysis here.Support for this podcast comes from PG&E. Did you know that 20 percent of EV drivers in the U.S. are in PG&Eâ€™s service area in Northern California? PG&E is helping to electrify corporate fleet vehicles. Get in touch with PG&Eâ€™s EV specialists to find out how you can take your transportation fleet electric.We're also sponsored by Wunder Capital. Wunder Capital is the leading commercial solar financing company in the United States. Click here to find out how Wunder Capital can help you finance your next commercial solar project.Subscribe to The Interchange podcast via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you find your audio content. Or integrate our RSS feed into the app of your choice.
Aired 1 year ago 55:36
Podcast #32: Dr Nicole Gugliucci
Welcome to the 32nd episode of the Urban Astronomer Podcast. This episode features an interview with Dr Nicole Gugliucci, whom long time listeners of astronomy podcasts should recognise from her work with Cosmoquest, and her many appearances on various shows in the 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast. This is quite a long-running interview, so we didn't have time to include the next segment of our supernova story. We'll pick that up next week instead, with the thrilling tale of what happens when a massive star leaves the main sequence and starts the next stage of its life cycle. Nicole Gugliucci Dr Gugliucci currently works as an assistant professor of physics at Anselm College inÂ New Hampshire, USA. In the interview, we talk about science outreach and education, and her time spent in South Africa, where she helped build the PAPER array as part of her PhD research. Links Dr Gugliucci at Anselm College Cosmoquest Twitter ( @noisyastronomer ) ScopeX