Radiolab Podcast

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    Radiolab: Dinopocalypse!

    51:13

    The startling specifics of how dinosaurs were wiped off the planet.

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    From Radiolab's stage show Apocalyptical, recorded live in Seattle.

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    RadioLab Symmetry

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    This is an edited version of NPR's RadioLab: Desperately Seeking Symmetry. The original is over an hour long and I don't have that much time to share the entire recording with my class. So, I've cut it down to a little over 24 minutes. I've added images to go along with the story. If this edited version interests you I strongly recommend listening to the entire show which can be found at

    Hope you enjoy this as much as I have.

    Thanks.

    This hour of Radiolab, Jad and Robert set out in search of order and balance in the world around us, and ask how symmetry shapes our very existence -- from the origins of the universe, to what we see when we look in the mirror.

    Along the way, we look for love in ancient Greece, head to modern-day Princeton to peer inside our brains, and turn up an unlikely headline from the Oval Office circa 1979.

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    1949 war of the worlds broadcast in quito ecuador radiolab podcast season 4 episode 3

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    Radiolab podcast on Nov 1st 2014, s4 e3
    Quito, Ecuador excerpt only
    starting at 30 mins in

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    RadioLab, Light @ human speed

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    Fascinating Podcast.
    Speed of natural phenomena.
    Speed and distance.
    Speed of sound.
    Speed of light.

    This is an excerpt...
    light @ human speed...

    Lene has accomplished
    the impossible...
    captured 'light'...
    Slowed 'light' down..

    Listen...
    Be dumbstruck...

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    Radiolab: Musical Language

    11:07

    Blog Stravinsky Radiolab

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    Radiolab from WNYC 9 Volt Nirvana

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    Radiolab from WNYC --- 9-Volt Nirvana Thursday, June 26, 2014 - 03:17 PM Learn a new language faster than ever! Leave doubt in the dust! Be a better sniper! .

    Radiolab from WNYC --- 9-Volt Nirvana Thursday, June 26, 2014 - 03:17 PM Learn a new language faster than ever! Leave doubt in the dust! Be a better sniper! .

    Would you experiment with your brain? Perhaps there's a Dr. Frankenstein in us all. Introducing Victoria | Frankenstein, MD - Episode 1

    Radiolab Black Box This hour, we examine three very different kinds of black boxes—those peculiar spaces where it's clear what's going in, we know what's com.

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    Radiolab - Creation of the periodic table

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    Something different. Dedication to Dr. Oliver Sacks.

    I do not own the audio, it belongs to Radiolab, WNYC, NPR.

    You can listen to the whole podcast here

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    A Radiolab Producer on the Making of a Podcast

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    Kelsey Padgett (Radiolab, More Perfect) takes you on the roller coaster ride that is making a deep-dive audio documentary. What does it take to make a fully realized segment? How many drafts are too many? And why are editors so hard on you? (Spoiler: It’s because they love you.)

    Recorded live at Werk It, a women's podcast festival hosted and produced by WNYC.

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    Top 5 Podcasts

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    1. This American Life/Radiolab
    2. 99% Invisible -
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    5. Serial -

    Honorable Mention
    A. Hello Internet -
    B. Mortified Podcast -

    VLOG 004

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    Podcast Advice: 2 Dope Queens & Radiolab collide

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    Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson host the newest podcast in the WNYC Studios family, 2 Dope Queens. Since this is their first podcast, they go straight to the expert, Jad Abumrad from Radiolab, for some advice.

    Listen to 2 Dope Queens: wnyc.org/2DopeQueens

    Produced by WNYC Studios: wnycstudios.org

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    How trees talk to each other | Suzanne Simard

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    A forest is much more than what you see, says ecologist Suzanne Simard. Her 30 years of research in Canadian forests have led to an astounding discovery — trees talk, often and over vast distances. Learn more about the harmonious yet complicated social lives of trees and prepare to see the natural world with new eyes.

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    BBC How Plants Communicate & Think - Amazing Nature Documentary

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    WELCOME to Documentary TV!
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    RadioLab - The podcast I love... that messed up

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    RadioLab, mixing science and religion in a toxic way.

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    WNYC/NPRs Radiolab presents Parabolas

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    Radiolab presents: Parabolas (etc.)

    A video inspired by the mathematician, Steve Strogatz. At the age of thirteen, Steve was astonished to find that pendulums and water fountains had a strange relationship that had previously been completely hidden from him.



    Radiolab is produced by WNYC Radio and distributed by NPR. Directed by Will Hoffman ( with Director of Photography Derek Paul Boyle (

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    Radiolab host Jad Abumrad in Studio Q

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    Jad Abumrad is the co-host of Radiolab, the innovative, popular American public radio program and podcast about science & philosophy. HOW the show spins a tale is as much a part of the appeal as the stories it tells.

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    Radio Lab: 23 weeks 6 Days - Premature Birth and NICU

    58:44

    A really interesting talk that takes you inside NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) and discusses the hard ethical decisions that parents and medical professionals are faced with when a baby is born prematurely. Below are links to the brilliant series Kelly wrote for the Tampa Bay Times and the original Radio Lab podcast page which includes a video portrait of the baby's time in NICU.


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    TSL Talks Surya Bonaly on Radiolab and Recaps the 2016 Team Challenge Cup

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    The inaugural Team Challenge Cup took place in Spokane, Washington this weekend. Shoma Uno made history by landing the first quad flip in competition. Evgenia Medvedeva outdid her own world record in the free skate. For Gracie Gold, it was a chance for redemption. We discuss all of the action from the event, including the final outing of Moulin Rouge, Jason Brown's comeback and Radiolab's recent episode about Surya Bonaly in the latest episode of This and That.

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    Radiolab: Death and the Periodic Table

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    The poetic properties of bismuth.

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    Radiolab's Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich hoist two frothy pink glasses in tribute to one special element near the bottom of the periodic table: bismuth. Recorded in Seattle for Radiolab's live show Apocalyptical.

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    BLAME; More About The Radiolab Podcast Please See My Comments For More...

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    If MRI can find out probabilities of some events in our lives before they happen, does society need blame? Is guilt the answer? Here I speak of another method. It's not how high you sail but how high you bounce so goes the proverb. Using MRI not just to diagnose, but also AR to heal would save huge cost to the economy. My comments about the Radiolab podcast of the same Blame name!

    The use of AR in the justice system is only one use, other uses are to reduce conversational distractions, these are estimated to cost the economy 50% of it's money, as in on the job distractions. This may also mean much higher employee comfort ratings, these are now lower than before. And it also may help many areas of the economy, reduced debt by reducing stress, reduce the divorce rates, reduce obesity, improve sleep, reduce drug use, improve military strength (the problem of fitness for soldiers is considered to be a major security risk), reduce the crime rate, and more. Here I speak more of it's use for the justice system, but as you can see it may be of real worth. I call it e.g. a relationship defender as I say on my blog Encyclopedia Computoria. Four years ago it was estimated in three years AR would be in general use in the marm business, in another three or four it may trickle down to the consumer, can't wait, so cool. This isn't like a VCR I once saw in high school for 1500, then 30 more years to wait for a 30$ VCR. AR of this type would use all existing hardware and easy to devise software. Recently only the rich have been able to afford peace and golden silence. The truth abounds in quiet places and I think of it as like having warm feet not a luxury but essential to good health. It does real harm to people living by airports, and studies show when a truck goes by at night your blood pressure goes up three hours even if you're asleep. So reducing noise alone would save 300,000 lives a year.

    See my blog Encyclopedia Computoria for more, thanks!

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    Radiolab Live: Apocalyptical FULL SHOW

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    Dinosaurs, death, and destruction -- a thought-provoking and laughter-inducing dance on the grave of our inevitable demise.

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    Cataclysmic destruction. Surprising survival. Radiolab turns its gaze to the topic of endings, both blazingly fast and agonizingly slow, in its live show Apocalyptical. With their signature blend of storytelling, science, and music, hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich romp through hundreds of millions of years of history to arrive at the end, again and again. Comedians Reggie Watts and Kurt Braunohler join the party, while musicians On Fillmore and Noveller create a cinematic live score before your eyes. Recorded live on stage in Seattle.

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    New To You ep101b: Radiolabs Emergence

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    Welcome to the first off-week segment episode of our show!
    New To You will provide a longer episode every  on-week, and shorter episodes in the other weeks, or off-weeks. Sometimes these shorter episodes will be audio, sometimes they will be video. The goal is to consistently release content on a weekly basis, while giving our hosts time to really ingest the experiences we're discussing
    Radiolab Podcast: Emergence
    Keith Vincent (earthlingkeith.tumblr.com)recommends a Public Radio podcast called Radiolab, specifically an episode dealing with the science of Emergence. This episode is from their first season and can be heard on the Radiolab site.

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    TOP 5 PODCASTS

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    1) The Joe Rogan Experience |
    2) DVDASA |
    3) Radiolab |
    4) No Such Thing as a Fish |
    5) Serial |

    Music By: Phaeleh |

    Letter N
    Instagram |
    Twitter |

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    RadioLab sample Podcast

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    Radiolab Presents More Perfect Kittens Kick The Giggly Blue Robot All Summer

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    High Frequency Trading - Rabiolab

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    A really interesting segment from the radio podcast Rabiolab. the Episode is titled 'speed' and this particular segment looks into the world of the stock exchange. In particular a practice that has recently become popular called High Frequency Trading. This is the same phenomenon that was blamed for the 2010 Flash Crash in which the market had the largest dip in decades. If you like this segment go to and donate to this amazing podcast.

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    Robert Krulwich, RadioLab - The Wonder of Storytelling

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    Robert Krulwich co-hosts RadioLab, a podcast with 4M monthly downloads. He takes us through a journey of how he has mixed science and mystery into his news reporting, covering everything from where music comes from, to differences in flight vs. fight responses between men and women, to the collapse of dinosaur flatulence and the decline in atmospheric methane. An interesting journey indeed.

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    JRI Radiolab Podcast Sketch - The Trust Engineers 021115

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    TImelapse video of sketching session while listening to the RadioLab Podcast - The Trust Engineers, with Andrew Zolli & Arturo Bejar.

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    Joe Rogan Experience #770 - Michael Shermer

    2:59:24

    Michael Shermer is a science writer, historian of science, founder of The Skeptics Society, and Editor in Chief of its magazine Skeptic, which is largely devoted to investigating pseudoscientific and supernatural claims.

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    Podcasts I Love!

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    Podcasts Mentioned:

    Silly Pancakes ///
    Radio Lab ///
    Serial ///
    This American Life ///
    The X-Files Files ///
    Gilmore Guys ///
    Continue Cast ///
    Ear Biscuits ///
    Not Too Deep ///
    You Made It Weird ///

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    Joe Rogan Experience #530 - Vince & Emily Horn, from Buddhist Geeks

    2:50:12

    Buddhist Geeks is a podcast, on-line magazine and annual conference with a primary focus on American Buddhism.

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    Willingly infected with a stomach worm -RADIOLAB

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    I caught this radio program late at night and thought it was too awesome not to share with YouTube.

    If you have allergies, Crohn's disease, or any immune system disease then this should be particularly interesting. Jasper sorted himself out like a champ.

    If you are the owner of this audio and wish to have the appropriate credits splashed up somewhere let me know and I'll happily oblige. Or alternatively, if do not want to have it re-produced here then I'll take it down. I did catch it on Australia's public 'Radio National' however ..I didn't have to pay for that. Plus, come on, It's the 21st century. This is how we share things nowadays. It's a great story :)

    Update 18/12/2013: The audio is from a wonderful public radio show called Radiolab. Check them out at

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    Coming Soon to Radiolab

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    A new film by Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante to accompany Radiolab's upcoming Words episode. Both will be podcast on August 9th. For more information, check out radiolab.org.

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    TDCS EXPERIMENT WITH CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III

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    Do not attempt!
    Radiolab episode:
    Lecture:
    A weakened 9-volt battery taken out of a beeping smoke detector was used. Call of Duty: Black Ops III multiplayer team deathmatch was played before and after treatment.
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    West Side.

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    Kelsey Padgett - Radio Lab: 60 Words - 2014 Peabody Award Acceptance Speech

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    Winner 2014 | WNYC


    60 Words tells the fascinating story of how one 60-word sentence, pieced together in the fraught aftermath of 9/11, became the distinguishing legal marker between war and peace in the United States. Tracing the evolution of the “AUMF” – or “the authorization to use military force” – the program combines recreations, analysis and interviews to chronicle the phrase’s inception, the frenzied discussions over its viability, the pressured congressional voting that ushered it into existence, and its contemporary implications. Together it weaves a riveting patchwork of legal intrigue, political strategizing, moral handwringing and linguistic nuance that has since been used to authorize and justify the Iraq war, the “War on Terror” and other conflicts. A collaborative effort between Radiolab and BuzzFeed, the program is radio at its finest, using sound to artfully recreate the context by which legal and political circles came to authorize the language that would repeatedly permit America’s entry into military conflict. For providing a stunning example of how much language shapes reality, particularly in unsettled circumstances, and of the political, military, legal, ethical and moral costs it extracts, 60 Words receives a Peabody Award.

    Link:

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    Radiolabs Jad Abumrad on Creativity, Failure and The Virtues of Wonder

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    Jad Abumrad is the creator and mind behind WNYC's Radiolab, one of public radio's most popular and innovative programs. We spoke to Jad about his upbringing in Tennessee and early love of music, the beginnings of Radiolab, and discuss the virtues of wonder.

    From his creative doubts, to the importance of failure, a conversation you won't want to miss.

    To subscribe to the Radiowaves podcast and hear more interviews with your favourite voices of radio subscribe to the podcast here: bit.ly/1w0FujQ or head to radiowavesshow.com

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    And still they move: Ann Druyans story for Radiolab

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    Fragment from Radiolab's Podcast: Space (Season 2, Episode 5)
    In which Ann Druyan talks about the Voyager expedition, her relationship with Carl Sagan, love, and a golden record that travels through space.

    Whenever I'm down, I'm thinking: And still they move, 35,000 miles an hour, leaving our solar system for the great open sea of interstellar space.

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    Radiolab: How Did Jad & Robert Meet?

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    WNYC's Radiolab is one of the most popular/interesting radio shows today. MORE BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEO: will air on 05.16.11 at 10PM on KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles. The story will also be posted as a podcast at Listen to Radiolab here:

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    Fritz Haber pt 1

    10:08

    Audio of Radiolab excerpt on Fritz Haber

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    Radiolab - Falling - Simon & Sarita

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    Falling in Love: Lulu Miller brings us the story of Sarita and Simon, who fell in...and then out...of love.

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    FM+ 2015: Robert Krulwich - Radiolab & Saddam Husseins Octopus

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    Robert Krulwich from the podcast Radiolab talks at th FM+ radio conference that was held at IDC center, Herzliya, Israel on 24.3.2015

    more podcasts from the conference:

    אהעיתונאי רוברט קרולביץ', זוכה פרס האמי ומנחה התכנית המצליחה Radiolab ברשת NPR, בהרצאה על יצירתיות, מדע ורדיו במסגרת כנס הרדיו FM+ שנערך ב-24.3 במרכז הבינתחומי.

    לכל הפודקאסטים מהכנס:

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    Robert Krulwich, RadioLab - The Wonder of Storytelling - Clip

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    Robert Krulwich co-hosts RadioLab, a podcast with 4M monthly downloads. He takes us through a journey of how he has mixed science and mystery into his news reporting, covering everything from where music comes from, to differences in flight vs. fight responses between men and women, to the collapse of dinosaur flatulence and the decline in atmospheric methane. An interesting journey indeed.

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    Whats In my Mail Box II - Sephora VIB Rouge, Nordstrom, Scent Bird, Radio Lab Podcast

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    Good Morning,
    Just thought I would share what was in my mailbox the last couple weeks. I will link everything below as well. Hope everyone has a great week.

    Nordstrom seamless day bra -

    scentbird.com - monthly subscription

    Sephora - Foreo Mini II -

    Foreo Iris Eye Illuminating Massager -

    Radio Lab Podcast - radiolab.org/series/podcasts/

    Thank you so much for watching and please check out Radio lab!

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    Radiolabs Jad Abumrad on Ask Roulette

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    Subscribe to Ask Roulette in itunes:

    Ask Roulette is an unscripted conversation in which participants ask and answer questions of each other in front of a live audience. This is a bite from our podcast of a live show with Jad Abumrad of Radiolab.

    To download the full podcast with Jad and to find out about the next live show visit

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    Lucys a Chimp - famous from Radiolab.org

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    Must Listen from Radiolab.org QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE.Be a sustaining member.

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    Episode 68 - Electrified Brains

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    Jesse conducts his first tDCS experiment, and is joined by tDCS veteran Chris Zobrist to discuss best practices, mechanisms of action, and results.

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    Smart Drug Smarts is the leading podcast for people curious about brain health and optimization. Breakthroughs in neuroscience are leading to real-world applications -- including ways to make ourselves smarter. Smart Drug Smarts provides a wealth of information in a field where the possibilities are growing daily.

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    What is a kilogram?

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    This is an edited version of NPR's RadioLab episode on kilogram.

    A plum-sized lump of metal takes us from the French Revolution to an underground bunker in Maryland as we try to weigh the way we weigh the world around us.

    In this short, we meet a very special cylinder. It's the gold standard (or, in this case, the platinum-iridium standard) for measuring mass. For decades it's been coddled and cared for and treated like a tiny king. But, as we learn from writer Andrew Marantz, things change—even things that were specifically designed to stay the same.

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    Radiolab and NPR Present Words

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    A stunning film from Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante to accompany Radiolab's Words episode. With an original score by Keith Kenniff.
    Radiolab's Words episode:
    Everynone:
    Keith Kenniff:

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    Coming soon to Radiolab

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    A new video by Everynone to accompany Radiolab's Desperately Seeking Symmetry episode (which will podcast on 4/18). Sign up for Radiolab's podcast at or subscribe through iTunes.

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