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Best Cartalk podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Cartalk podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A podcast dedicated to all things quantitative, ranging from the relevant to the highly irrelevant. Co-hosts Patrick Curran and Greg Hancock talk about serious statistical topics, but without taking themselves too seriously. Think: CarTalk hi-jacked by the two grumpy old guys from the Muppets, grousing about quantitative methods, statistics, and data analysis, all presented to you with the production value of a 6th grade school project. But in a good way.
 
Engine Noise is a car related podcast for do-it-yourselfers who don't mind getting their hands dirty. We cover any and all automotive topics and have a great time doing it. The show is hosted by long-time friends Jeremy and Matt. One’s a complete car expert. The other’s a long time DIYer just learning about cars. Check back the 1st and 15th of every month for new episodes! Engine Noise is made possible by 1A Auto - Quality Auto Parts.
 
Linguistics After Dark is a podcast where three linguists (and sometimes other people) answer your burning questions about language, linguistics, and whatever else you need advice about. We have three rules: any question is fair game, there's no research allowed, and if we can't answer, we have to drink. It's a little like CarTalk for language: call us if your language is making a funny noise, and we'll get to the bottom of it, with a lot of rowdy discussion and nerdy jokes along the way. At ...
 
Dan and Geoff are two dudes that love cars plain and simple. No matter what their day jobs may be, their love and passion always seems to fall back to cars. This is the reason we have come together in order to create this show. Anyone who loves cars seems to always have some amazing story about their first car. It could have been a lambo or a civic yet it doesn't matter. To car people, the first car is always a dream car.
 
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In today's episode of Car News & Coffee the guys talk about an awesome tribute to the totally rad 90's GMC Syclone. Matt uses a Tesla story as an excuse to talk about Elon Musk's sons name and Dodge says goodbye to a classic model. Engine Noise Podcast is sponsored by 1AAuto.com & TRQ After Market auto parts.…
 
Week six of Quanti•Qamp welcomes special guest Dr. A. Nayena Blankson, a Professor of Psychology at Spelman College who is a leading national voice in diversity and equity in academia. Nayena talks with Patrick and Greg about how we can capitalize on the current national conversation about race and equity to enhance diversity in both academia in ge…
 
Don Beneventi is putting has Chevrolet Collection of Classic Collectors like a Luguna S3, 70s Montes and Camaros and even a stray DeLoreon up for sale. A Durango with tilt steering has failed. A silverado has a possesed horn that honks itself. A 4x4 Ford is stuck in low. A 2018 Chrysler Pacifica has steering issues. Air Conditioning repair. Listen …
 
What does Heinz ketchup have to do with a car that looks like a cockroach? Who in the world would build a Lamborghini Countach in their basement? Why would they AND how would they get it out? These questions and more are answered in today's episode of Engine Noise! Engine Noise Podcast drops on the 1st and 15th of every month! Engine Noise podcast …
 
In the fifth week of Quanti•Qamp, senior leadership at the QuantiGon recruit a new Commander to demonstrate proper preparation, organization, and executive control. The guest Executive Officer is Dr. Rebecca Brock, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, who will motivate a discussion about how …
 
Manual car and truck transmissions are fading away. Which do you prefer in your automobile? Battery Drains, Engine Misfire, our new apps are searchable like you asked for so we are adding more words in the description. Construction Zone Accidents. Tons of really cool low mile and almost no mile cars up for auction. This group is mostly Chevrolets a…
 
Care Care doesn't have to be expensive unless you put it off. We talk to a guy about converting a hot rod truck to a Tremek Manual Transmission. Chris and Shannon are still having a love affair with their Prius while a listeners has a engine misfire. Tune Ups and what goes into them. Changing Transmission Oil Light Truck Engine Brakes on Diesels an…
 
In the fourth week of Quanti•Qamp, neither Patrick nor Greg have read each other's emails about the organization of the episode and thus entirely ad lib a discussion on how one might write a quantitatively-oriented pedagogical paper. Because they are completely unprepared for the episode, they also forget to provide the next QQamp assignment; howev…
 
In the third week of Quanti•Qamp, Patrick and Greg ramble semi-coherently about how you might use existing data to drive a quantitative research idea as well as to serve as the foundation for making a unique quantitative contribution. They explore different potential data sources and discuss the variety of ways these might be used in the pursuit of…
 
In the second week of QuantiBootQamp (remember....the "boot" is silent), Greg and Patrick open with what they agree is a pretty bizarre coincidence. They then discuss, with occasional disagreement, how you might select a journal for your own quantitatively-oriented contribution. They conclude with the next Quanti•Qamp assignment: to read the masthe…
 
In this inaugural episode of QuantiBootQamp (where the "boot" is silent), Patrick and Greg express their surprise that people seemed to think this was going to be a fun summer camp. They then explore various ways that you might develop a quantitatively-oriented research question embedded within your own area of study, and end by assigning the first…
 
In this episode of Car News & Coffee, Jeremy and Matt go over some current trending stories in the automotive world. They talk about an all electric Hummer pickup truck, some Z06s that you could (kind of) afford, a sketchy Cannonball Run broken record and some pretty futuristic "Over The Air Updates". Engine Noise Podcast is sponsored by 1AAuto.com…
 
Wherein we frequently get off topic and get angry at Les Immortels. Jump right to: 1:08 Things Sarah Is Mad About Once She Did the Show Notes 3:39 Linguistic Thing of the Day: Borrowing! 8:00 L’Académie Française is annoying 22:27 Are there languages other than Irish that have the concept of helping vowels? 33:51 How do linguistic rules emerge? 51:…
 
Greg and Patrick talk about internal validity -- broadly and traditionally -- but also as an increasingly important lens through which to view our information-saturated world, and be responsible, critical, and skeptical members of scientific communities as well as society. Along the way, they also mention gargling bleach, 5G cell towers, vaping lys…
 
Patrick and Greg draw on their experience in author, reviewer, and editorial roles to talk about the manuscript review process, and offer strategies for revising a manuscript and crafting a letter in response to editorial guidance and reviewer feedback. Along the way they also discuss spring break for octogenarians, spitting on graves, being flabby…
 
In today's first ever mobile episode of Car News & Coffee, the guys talk about a treasure trove of Ford Excursions, some really slow flying cars, a new rear wheel drive Mazda 6 and how you or your child could design a new Rolls-Royce! Engine Noise Podcast is sponsored by 1AAuto.com & TRQ After Market auto parts.…
 
In today’s episode, Greg and Patrick start a conversation about how COVID-19 has had an instantaneous and lasting impact on research, what we can do about it right now, and what we can be thinking about for the future as we move forward, together. Along the way they also manage to mention... elevators of blood, Joe Exotic, wisdom of crowds, a fatte…
 
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