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Calefaccionyaire
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Expertos en climatización. Llevamos más de 15 años en el sector de la climatización. Ofrecemos servicios de asesoramiento y venta de equipos para la calefacción y el aire acondicionado. Somos especialistas en calderas de gas.Desde hace más de 15 años en Calefaccionyaire.com nos hemos preocupado por ofrecer el mejor trato a nuestros clientes. Asesorarles en la elección del producto más adecuado para ellos ha sido una de nuestras prioridades.A lo largo de nuestra vida como empresa hemos hecho ...
 
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Random Sampling
 
Shownotes for Spider CatsEpisode link: http://shoutengine.com/RandomSampling/spider-cats-38327Kerry Facthttp://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/06/09/532281224/eagles-adopt-baby-red-tailed-hawk-putting-aside-violent-species-rivalryEagles adopt a baby red tailed hawkJessie Facthttp://www.seeker.com/this-bag-like-animal-was-our-earliest-ances ...…
 
We must demand rigorous ongoing and independent testing as to the effect of aerial 1080 drops on New Zealand’s wilderness, fauna and ecosystems. Clyde and brother Steve have won International Awards for their 1080 NZ documentary, Poisoning Paradise The movie Poisoning Paradise is about the aerial dispersal of 1080 throughout New Zealand in orde ...…
 
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Making It Grow Minutes
 
Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Believe it or not, in some situations fire ants are considered beneficial insects. They voraciously devour other insects and invertebrates -- sometimes in field crops they eat so many harmful insects that growers can reduce the number of insecticidal sprays applied. ...…
 
CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (3:47). Transcript of audio, notes on the audio, photos, and additional information follow below. All Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 6-30-17. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the week of July 3, 2017. This week we feature a Fo ...…
 
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Science in Action
 
The first large-scale, field studies looking at the impact of neonicotinoid pesticides on bees show largely negative effects. It’s been suspected for a number of years now, that the systemic, seed-coating, pesticides affect the survival and reproductive success of honeybees and wild bees. But testing this in the field, where other factors have ...…
 
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Science in Action
 
The first large-scale, field studies looking at the impact of neonicotinoid pesticides on bees show largely negative effects. It’s been suspected for a number of years now, that the systemic, seed-coating, pesticides affect the survival and reproductive success of honeybees and wild bees. But testing this in the field, where other factors have ...…
 
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Science Update Podcast – Daily Edition
 
Bird eggs come in a vast array of sizes and shapes. (Illustration by Adolphe Millot, from Nouveau Larousse Illustré,1897-1904) BOB HIRSHON (host): How eggs got their shapes. I’m Bob Hirshon and this is Science Update. Bird eggs vary in shape, from the owl’s nearly spherical ping pong ball eggs to the tear-drop shaped eggs of the sandpiper. Did ...…
 
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Science Update Podcast – Daily Edition
 
Bird eggs come in a vast array of sizes and shapes. (Illustration by Adolphe Millot, from Nouveau Larousse Illustré,1897-1904) BOB HIRSHON (host): How eggs got their shapes. I’m Bob Hirshon and this is Science Update. Bird eggs vary in shape, from the owl’s nearly spherical ping pong ball eggs to the tear-drop shaped eggs of the sandpiper. Did ...…
 
Author Nature-Science(Photo:The extinct trilobite Paradoxides subgenus Eccaparadoxides sp., Order Redlichiida, Family Paradoxididae, 163mm, from Morocco, Middle CambrianTrilobites ( /ˈtraɪləˌbaɪt, ˈtrɪ-, -loʊ-/;[2][3] meaning "three lobes") are a fossil group of extinct marine arachnomorph arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites fo ...…
 
Author Nature-Science(Photo:The extinct trilobite Paradoxides subgenus Eccaparadoxides sp., Order Redlichiida, Family Paradoxididae, 163mm, from Morocco, Middle CambrianTrilobites ( /ˈtraɪləˌbaɪt, ˈtrɪ-, -loʊ-/;[2][3] meaning "three lobes") are a fossil group of extinct marine arachnomorph arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites fo ...…
 
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PolliNation | A Pollinator Health Podcast
 
Aimee Code is the Pesticide Program Director at the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. During her career she has worked in urban and agricultural setting to mitigate the risks of pesticide use and promote integrated pest management programs. She also works with communities ​around the country to implement policies and practices to re ...…
 
Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Bait products have less impact on the environment than broadcast insecticide treatments, or individual mound treatment options, and usually require dramatically less product. Used properly they’re safe for people, pets, and most animals. A whole acre can be treated ...…
 
Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Bait products have less impact on the environment than broadcast insecticide treatments, or individual mound treatment options, and usually require dramatically less product. Used properly they’re safe for people, pets, and most animals. A whole acre can be treated ...…
 
Howdy, howdy bug lovers! Today on Arthro-Pod we meet up with Dr. Aaron Dossey of All Things Bugs. Aaron is ascientist who has followed an interesting career trajectory from postdoc to CEO. He's got a book out (link down below) wrote the resolution to get National Postdoc Appreciation Week passed by congress! In the show, we cover topics like in ...…
 
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Local Features by WXPR
 
For this next installment of Field Notes , Susan Knight of Trout Lake Station tells us about the tough-as-nails tiny invertebrates known as tardigrades.By miranda@wxpr.org (miranda.vanderleest).
 
This week, we hear a few updates on stories from our archives. The Boston Globe Spotlight team shines light on sexual abuse at elite New England boarding schools, and it prompts more investigations and more allegations. Plus, we follow scientists who are recreating ancient forests, and tracking the effects of climate change on moose. And we hea ...…
 
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American Conservative University Podcast
 
Show 1819 A Critique of Darwinist Icons (Icons of Evolution) To watch this presentation on YouTube visit- https://youtu.be/te3aShKST1A Following Jonathan Wells's acclaimed book, Icons of Evolution, this video lecture/interview with Dr. Wells focuses on 6 of the 10 icons in the book. Wells shows how biology textbooks distort the scientific evide ...…
 
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry discuss a new study that says Instagram is the worst social media network for young people's mental health, according to a new report by the Royal Society for Public Health in the U.K. And Snapchat is the second worst. "FOMO" — aka the fear of missing out — may not be listed in the American Psychiatric Association's ...…
 
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Quanta Science Podcast
 
Millions of years ago, a few spiders abandoned the kind of round webs that the word “spiderweb” calls to mind and started to focus on a new strategy. Before, they would wait for prey to become ensnared in their webs and then walk out to retrieve it. Then they began building horizontal nets to use as a fishing platform. Now their modern descenda ...…
 
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Tom Rhodes Radio Smart Camp
 
In this episode we talk about how I surprised the squirrel on my balcony. Trump firing Comey, late night shows and if American satire works. How the 1937 book 'Invertebrate Spain' applies to what is happening in America today. How CNN is responsible for the puppy we just lost. How the Paul Newman movie 'Nobody's Fool' will teach you to make bra ...…
 
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Podcast - Social Gelo with Angelo
 
Stephen Rose is a Harvard Bioengineering student and explains how bioengineering may have found the answer to the fountain of youth. Notes anti-aging and bioengineering http://www.worldhealth.net/list/news/bioengineering/ imortal jellyfish https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turritopsis_dohrnii Starfish regeneration http://animals.nationalgeographic. ...…
 
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People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
 
Dr. Aaron T. Dossey is the President, Founder, and Owner of All Things Bugs LLC, a company developing sustainable insect-based technologies and products in agriculture, food, and medicine. He is also the Founder and President of the Invertebrate Studies Institute and editor of the book Insects as Sustainable Food Ingredients. Aaron received his ...…
 
TOPIC: Curiosity before fear. This week, Dan and Merlin talk about the experience of Apple stores and repairs, The Handmaid's Tale, Dan's invertebrate-sensing skills, and some follow-up on "look left, go left." Listener Molly asks about how to become a morning person, and Listener Lance wants help with the anxiety of moving someplace new. Links ...…
 
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Back to Work with After Dark Post-Shows
 
TOPIC: Curiosity before fear. This week, Dan and Merlin talk about the experience of Apple stores and repairs, The Handmaid's Tale, Dan's invertebrate-sensing skills, and some follow-up on "look left, go left." Listener Molly asks about how to become a morning person, and Listener Lance wants help with the anxiety of moving someplace new. Links ...…
 
TOPIC: Curiosity before fear. This week, Dan and Merlin talk about the experience of Apple stores and repairs, The Handmaid's Tale, Dan's invertebrate-sensing skills, and some follow-up on "look left, go left." Listener Molly asks about how to become a morning person, and Listener Lance wants help with the anxiety of moving someplace new. Links ...…
 
Ladies and gentlemen, the beetles! Dung beetles, that is. If it’s been a hard day’s night for you, consider what these poor guys go through. They spend their lives crawling in manure, and yet they’ve found a way to thrive, by exploiting the stuff that mammals’ bodies get rid of. They’re nature’s recycling engineers. Our guest, Dr. Nicole Gunter ...…
 
The IDK Cast Show Notes Welcome to The IDK Cast # 2 ! Recording live from The podcast that shares what we know, what we don’t know, and asks our listeners did you know? I am your Host Esme and this is my Cohost Joy! Today is: April 28th 2017 In this show we are going to be talking about what we know, what we dont know and ask our listeners did ...…
 
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This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
 
Science March Recap, Lamb Bags, Super Supernova Discovery!, Hobbit Origins, Hungry Hungry Caterpillars, Drunk Invertebrates, Buggy Bidding, No Air No Problem, Feet Hitting Pavement, Nutritional Issues, Phages Vs. Bacteria, Whispering Whales, And Much More…
 
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This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
 
Science March Recap, Lamb Bags, Super Supernova Discovery!, Hobbit Origins, Hungry Hungry Caterpillars, Drunk Invertebrates, Buggy Bidding, No Air No Problem, Feet Hitting Pavement, Nutritional Issues, Phages Vs. Bacteria, Whispering Whales, And Much More…
 
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This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
 
Science March Recap, Lamb Bags, Super Supernova Discovery!, Hobbit Origins, Hungry Hungry Caterpillars, Drunk Invertebrates, Buggy Bidding, No Air No Problem, Feet Hitting Pavement, Nutritional Issues, Phages Vs. Bacteria, Whispering Whales, And Much More…
 
This week, a political reporter’s history of the New Hampshire primary. Plus, we follow scientists who are recreating ancient forests, tracking the effects of climate change on moose, and fighting to keep funding for weird-sounding research. And we hear the story of a soccer team that’s leveling the playing field for kids of all backgrounds. 20 ...…
 
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Smithsonian Channel Pick of the Week
 
Coconut octopuses are among the most intelligent invertebrates around: They use tools, carry their shelters around for when they need them, and, fittingly, adopt an underwater walking motion that's... The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
Over summer, Madeline Cooper noticed a huge build up on spiders on the two bridges that cross Lake Burley Griffin. It prompted her to ask: Is there something about the bridges that make them good spider homes?Tom Storey, an intern from the University of Canberra, accepted the challenge and met Madeline on the Commonwealth Avenue bridge with ter ...…
 
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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast
 
Interview with Dr. Thomas Hegna, Assistant Professor at Western Illinois University, who specializes in invertebrates, specifically arthropods; and Robert Johnson, Curator of the Geology Museum at WIU, and the artist who makes awesome dinosaur 3D prints look just like authentic fossils. In the news: A new hypothesis reclassifies dinosaurs into ...…
 
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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast
 
Interview with Dr. Thomas Hegna, Assistant Professor at Western Illinois University, who specializes in invertebrates, specifically arthropods; and Robert Johnson, Curator of the Geology Museum at WIU, and the artist who makes awesome dinosaur 3D prints look just like authentic fossils. In the news: A new hypothesis reclassifies dinosaurs into ...…
 
DNA holds many mysteries. It is the instruction book for all life on earth and is a complicated code that scientists are trying to unravel. But could it actually be used to prove whether the biblical story of Adam and Eve is historically accurate? Our guest Dr. Robert Carter believes this is so through the advancements in the analysis of mitoch ...…
 
Kari Love (@ikyotochan) spoke with us about creating soft robotics. You can see her edible soft robots talk from 33c3. Kari works at Super-Releaser. Her personal site (and blog) is Kari Makes. Kari mentioned that the Super-Release intern Aidan had some picks for soft robotics on Instructables. Super-Releaser created the Glaucus soft robot and A ...…
 
Kari Love (@ikyotochan) spoke with us about creating soft robotics. You can see her edible soft robots talk from 33c3. Kari works at Super-Releaser. Her personal site (and blog) is Kari Makes. Kari mentioned that the Super-Release intern Aidan had some picks for soft robotics on Instructables. Super-Releaser created the Glaucus soft robot and A ...…
 
Kari Love (@ikyotochan) spoke with us about creating soft robotics. You can see her edible soft robots talk from 33c3. Kari works at Super-Releaser. Her personal site (and blog) is Kari Makes. Kari mentioned that the Super-Release intern Aidan had some picks for soft robotics on Instructables. Super-Releaser created the Glaucus soft robot and A ...…
 
We've all heard bees are dying, but how bad is it really? "We ignore the plight of pollinators at our own folly," says Eric Lee-Mader of the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. "All of us can be stewards of pollinator habitat." Eric shares the alarming picture, but he also shares some real actions that we all can take to help turn the ...…
 
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We Have Concerns
 
Human activity has changed the ocean - rising temperatures and acidifying waters has caused fish populations of all kinds to dwindle. But not all creatures are adversely effected. New research shows that these changes to marine environments are leading to a surge of cephalopods, the invertebrate group that includes octopuses, squid, and cuttlef ...…
 
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Ocean Science Radio
 
Valentine's day is here and to celebrate the season, Ocean Science Radio is teaming up with Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour (strictlyfishwrap.com/) in a series of episodes on ocean reproduction titled "Ocean Lovin'."In this, the second episode of the series, we will be featuring:Mike Vecchione - Cephalopod expert at Smithsonian Natural Hist ...…
 
This week, I talk with Dr. Dennis vanEngelsdorp, assistant professor of entomology at the University of Maryland in the United States, and project director for the Bee Informed Partnership. A former acting Chief Apiarist in Pennsylvania, Dr. vanEngelsdorp is widely known for his influential work with bees on a phenomenon called Colony Collapse ...…
 
The Environmental Revolution…we put in all this legislation because we recognised all those problems. Here we are 40, almost 50, years later, and we’re seeing the top predator in our coastal ocean recovering. I would argue that that is a sign that we’ve been doing some things right. Dr. Chris Lowe, Professor of Marine Biology and Director of Th ...…
 
To start using Tab for a Cause, go to: http://tabforacause.org/r/minuteearth2 The pigments in our food all get destroyed on their way through our digestive system...so where do the colors of our poop and pee come from? Thanks also to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth ___________________________________________ FYI: We try to ...…
 
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