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You see it every day. It’s the subject of poetry, literature, art and film. It can inspire spiritual experiences, and it can destroy everything you have ever worked for. It is the weather, and no one knows it better than we do. Join us every week for the agony and the ecstasy of the one story that the entire world participates in and the science behind it. From the people behind The Weather Channel TV network.
 
Scientific Sense ® is a daily podcast focused on Science and Economics. We talk with the world's leading academics about their research and emerging ideas in a variety of domains. The conversation is unstructured and unscripted. The host, Gill Eapen, has over 30 years of experience in various areas in Economics, Science, Technology, and Business. Decision Options ®, the firm he founded in 2001, is a leader in AI applications for decisionmaking. Mr. Eapen is the author of two textbooks and a ...
 
The Royal Meteorological Society is the UK's learned and professional Society for weather and climate. Our mission is to promote meteorology as a science, profession and interest. On our show we'll be discussing issues, news and hot topics with guests from the world of meteorology and climate science, as well as providing an insight into the Society's activities and events.
 
Why wait for an award when you can give yourself one? This is your one-stop shop for the most correct opinions, funniest jokes, and best insight in the world of sports and pop culture courtesy of your hosts Charlotte Wilder and Jessica Smetana. In addition to a weekly news rundown, MVP also features segments like Takes In The Wild (the most outrageous opinions from bars and the internet), Cheat Sheet (how to talk about sports if you don't know how), Ask Aunt Char (bad advice from Charlotte's ...
 
WeatherHype is a podcast that explores the connections and relatable impacts of weather and climate on our everyday lives. Started by Castle Williams and Minh Phan in 2016, WeatherHype highlights the human dimensions of weather and climate on a platform where people can easily tune in, walk away with new ideas, and get a fresh perspective on the world of weather and its far reaching impacts on society. After three seasons, they are eager to continue delivering unique weather and climate stor ...
 
On the Nature of Things, written in the first century BCE by Titus Lucretius Carus, is one of the principle expositions on Epicurean philosophy and science to have survived from antiquity. Far from being a dry treatise on the many topics it covers, the original Latin version (entitled De Rerum Natura) was written in the form of an extended poem in hexameter, with a beauty of style that was admired and emulated by his successors, including Ovid and Cicero. The version read here is an English ...
 
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Habitable Zones, Remote life-detection criteria, habitable zone boundaries, and the frequency of Earth-like planets around M and late K stars, and Abiotic Oxygen Levels on Planets: Possible False Positive For Life? Prof. James Kasting is a Professor at Penn State University, where he holds joint appointments in the Departments of Geosciences and in…
 
In This Episode Brought to you by the Drive Weather app Guest: Cyrena-Marie Arnold, Meteorologist and Children's Author of "The Weather Story" Titan U Minute "Likes Other Than Tornadoes" Holiday Weather Gifts Review Download the Drive Weather app for free Check out our NEW Patreon page for exciting ways to support our podcast and interact with us m…
 
Reducing black holes into a fundamental particle, An Effective Field Theory of Quantum Mechanical Black Hole Horizons, Virtual Hawking Radiation, Gravity waves, and LIGO Prof. Ira Rothstein is a professor of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. He is interested in diverse topics in elementary particle physics, gravity wave physics, astrophysics/c…
 
This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Host, Dean DeVore welcomes Andrew Gross, Public Relations Manager/Spokesperson at AAA to discuss how traveling for the holidays may be different this year due to Covid-19. Then Tony Ortiz, Sports Anchor at WWJ-AM in Detroit stops by to discuss Covid's impact on the Lion's Thanksgiving Day football game. And …
 
Guest: Mike Nelson Introduction: Have you been struggling to understand climate change and what it means for you and your family? What if I told you that in just 10 easy steps, YOU would be able to understand our Earth's changing climate? Well today, we’re talking to meteorologist and author Mike Nelson who has written the book that answers those q…
 
21st Century Literacy for Succeeding in College and Beyond, Teaching the Nature of Science using Pseudoscience, The accountability of and on the social media. Prof. Doug Duncan is an emeritus faculty member in the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences of the University of Colorado, and former Director of Fiske Planetarium, Before that …
 
Tonight's Guest WeatherBrain is the evening meteorologist at Iowa's News Now, a CBS and Fox affiliate in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He studied meteorology at Western Illinois University and has been working in television since 2015. Nick Stewart, welcome to WeatherBrains! Tonight's second Guest WeatherBrain retired last year after 45 years as a television…
 
The Occurrence and Architecture of Exoplanetary Systems, Doppler and Transit Surveys, Kepler-78, Ultra-Short-Period Planets, and hot Jupiters Dr. Josh Winn is a physicist and astronomer at Princeton University. His research goals are to explore the properties of planets around other stars, understand how planets form and evolve, and make progress o…
 
The Met Office takes a weekly look at the science behind the UK and global weather headlines.This week, the lessons from this years hurricane, how challenges of communicating climate science and UK outlook for the next few days. The Met Office is the United Kingdom's national weather service. Our website carries the latest UK and global weather for…
 
This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', it's all about protecting our pets this fall and winter! Host, Dean DeVore is joined by Lorraine Rhoads, Environmental Biologist at Dogtopia and Dr. John Griffiths from VCA Metgzer Animal Hospital with advice on how to keep your dogs and cats safe this holiday season. Then, Dean is joined by Meteorologist, B…
 
The complex development of the human brain, Interneuron Types as Attractors and Controllers, Developmental diversification of cortical inhibitory interneurons, and A viral strategy for targeting and manipulating interneurons across vertebrate species Prof. Gordon Fishell is a professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School and the Stanley Cente…
 
Red giant masses and ages derived from carbon and nitrogen abundances, Spectroscopic determination of masses for red giants, Young alpha-enriched giant stars in the solar neighborhood, and Dynamical heating across the Milky Way disc. Prof. Marc Pinsonneault is a theorist on the structure and evolution of stars at Ohio State University. His research…
 
Guest: Mike Eilts Introduction: When you hear the name, Mike Eilts, a few words may come to mind: storm chaser, atmospheric scientist, journal author, entrepreneur, pioneer of weather radar...and they’re all right! Today, we’re pleased to welcome Mike Eilts who currently serves as the Vice President of the Weather Business Unit at the Data Transmis…
 
The world is running out of energy in 100 years, Large-Scale Computation using Astronomical Resources, and the future of Artificial Intelligence. Prof. Gregory Laughlin is a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Yale University. He is interested in hydrodynamic simulations, the characterization of extrasolar planets, and planet-forming environ…
 
The New Horizons Mission to Pluto, the Juno Mission to Jupiter: What have we learned and what's in store? Prof. Fran Bagenal is a Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder and a researcher in the fields of space plasmas and planetary magnetospheres. Her career spans involvement in the exploration of the…
 
In This Episode Brought to you by the Drive Weather app Guest: Greg Forbes, former Severe Storms Specialist at The Weather Channel Titan U Minute "Picking Between 2 Targets" Lightning Round: Match Game: Weather Terms #WeatherFools - We present the fools doing stupid things in weather situations Weather Trollbot 5000 - We scoured the Dark Web to fin…
 
Bayesian analysis of the astrobiological implications of life’s early emergence on Earth, A Possible Spectroscopic Biosignature of Extraterrestrial Plants, and Characterization of extrasolar terrestrial planets from diurnal photometric variability Prof. Edwin Turner is a Professor of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University. He also serves as…
 
The Met Office takes a weekly look at the science behind the UK and global weather headlines.This week, how fallen leaves can bring railways to a halt, further storms for Vietnam and mild conditions coming to the UK.The Met Office is the United Kingdom's national weather service. Our website carries the latest UK and global weather forecasts, detai…
 
This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Senior Meteorologist and AccuWeather Lead U.S Long-range Forecaster, Paul Pastelok joins the podcast to update us on the 2020-2021 Winter Forecast. Paul will also give us some insight into key consumer interests like skiing, shopping, dining as well as Thanksgiving, White Christmas and other holiday related …
 
Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence, definitions, origin, progress, problems, and the future. Dr. Chris Bleakley is an Associate Professor and Head of the School of Computer Science at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland. Chris leads a research group focused on inventing novel algorithms for analyzing real-world sensor data. His latest book…
 
Qatar, a great field experiment in understanding factors affecting COVID incidence rates, mortality, herd immunity, testing, reinfection, and vaccination and forming policies for the future. Laith Abu-Raddad is a Professor of Population Health Sciences at Cornell University in Qatar. He is also the director of the WHO Collaborating Center for Disea…
 
Guest: Eric Jay Dolin, Ph.D. Introduction: Over the past several decades, the way we consume weather information and receive our latest forecasts has been revolutionized. Millions of people can tune in to watch The Weather Channel during an impending tornado outbreak or approaching hurricane. With all this information so readily at our fingertips, …
 
Phage Therapy: A Renewed Approach to Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, Prisoner's dilemma in an RNA virus, Virus population extinction via ecological traps, and Dynamics of molecular evolution in RNA virus populations depend on sudden versus gradual environmental change Prof. Paul Turner is a Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yal…
 
Love, Money, and Parenting: How economics can help explain how we raise our kids today, Women's Employment in a Pandemic Recession, and Why has the college wage premium risen rapidly in the US, but not in European economies such as Germany? Prof. Matthias Doepke is a Research Professor in the Department of Economics at Northwestern University. His …
 
What's it like to be a public address announcer when there are few to no fans in the stands? This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Host and public address for Penn State, Dean DeVore is joined by Bob Kennedy, public address announcer for Ohio State University and Carl Grapentine, public address announcer for Michigan to discuss how they got thei…
 
The history, puzzles, and miracles of Quantum Mechanics Prof. Michel Janssen is a Professor, Program in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine & School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota. Books on the subject are below: Anthony Duncan and Michel Janssen, Constructing Quantum Mechanics. Vol. 1. The Scaffold, 1900–1923. Vol. …
 
In silico experiments of cytokine-directed clinical trials using agent-based modeling, Examining sepsis using genetic algorithms on an agent-based model, The Crisis of Reproducibility, and the Scientific Role of Multi-scale Modeling Prof. Gary An is a Professor of Surgery and Vice-Chair of Surgical Research at the University of Vermont. He speciali…
 
Strategic Plan for U.S. Particle Physics in the Global Context, Dark Energy Survey, Cosmological Constraints from Galaxy Clustering and Weak Lensing Prof. Scott Dodelson is a professor of Physics at Carnegie Melon University. He serves as co-chair of the Science Committee for the Dark Energy Survey and is actively involved in the LSST Dark Energy S…
 
Guest: Dr. Craig Clements, SJSU Fire Weather Research Laboratory Introduction: We’ve seen a record number of acres of beautiful countryside go up in flames in 2020, and we’re not done yet. In recent years, many across the West have seen some of the deadliest & most destructive wildfires that our country has ever experienced. Whether they have been …
 
Tonight's Guest WeatherBrain is a West Virginia born, raised, and schooled aerospace engineer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Hurricane Hunters. Since 2016, Nick has served as an aircrew member aboard NOAA’s fleet of research aircraft supporting a number of science missions including Arctic sea ice surveys, marine m…
 
In this Episode Guest: Brad Panovich, Chief Meteorologist at WCNC-TV in Charlotte, NC Titan U Minute "3 Alternative to Weather Models" Lightning Round: You Had One of These (Tech Gadgets of the decades) #WeatherFools - We present the fools doing stupid things in weather situations Potty Mouth Forecast - We scoured the Dark Web to find the discarded…
 
Reconceptualizing the Role of Security User, Community-based production and management, and Macroeconomic Analysis of Routing Anomalies Prof. Jean Camp is a Professor at the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and a Fellow of the American Association for…
 
ProjectX is a three month long machine learning research competition, hosted by the University of Toronto. This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Host, Dean DeVore welcomes some of the organizers of the ProjectX competition. Then, Dean will chat with one of the teams to learn more about their project on improving the forecasting of El Nino/Southe…
 
The Science of Human Individuality, redefining Nature and Nurture, It Runs in the Family, Twin Experiments and traits, The impact of Experience, Memory, and Sex. Prof. David Linden is a Professor in the Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His laboratory has worked for many years on the cellular basis of me…
 
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