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Aquarimax podcasts feature information on a variety of aquarium topics, including live foods, aquatic pets, spawning fish and inverts, aquarium plants, aquarium fish health, and more.
 
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On Six Legs
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An entertaining look at the insect world published twice a month.
 
A monthly examination of real life insect encounters that encourages readers to see beyond what 'bugs' them and into the fascinating life of insects.
 
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On Six Legs
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An entertaining look at the insect world published twice a month.
 
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Take It Outdoors
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Take It Outdoors is a production of Great Parks of Hamilton County. Enjoy the outdoors from the indoors as we open up the natural world around you through discussions about the nature of southwest Ohio. From the tallest trees to the smallest invertebrates, everything is connected. Join us for interviews with nature interpreters, conservationists and other experts as we look for our link and explore our role in the outdoors.
 
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This week, we are in Episode #3 of the 3 part series where we systematically debunk the odd myth that chiropractors cause strokes. I’m almost done with this chiropractors cause strokes myth, y’all. In this final episode of this series, we will discuss risky interventions, papers having to do with the risk, or lack thereof, of chiropractic adjus ...…
 
Richard Syrett welcomes a retired professor of biology who reviews the latest scientific research of the ancient piece of linen cloth reported to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ. Was the Carbon-14 test that placed the Shroud somewhere in the 13th century flawed? Does the image on the Shroud contain evidence of some kind of ‘resurrection’ e ...…
 
Stephen Cook discusses eutrophication and how it affects stream invertebrate communities.
 
Although much of the world’s scientific research have been done by women, science is arguably still dominated by men, even though a sizable number of women enter the science and engineering fields. Their work however, is seldom recognized in a meaningful way and numerous women leave the profession before they become well established. Why is thi ...…
 
Although much of the world’s scientific research have been done by women, science is arguably still dominated by men, even though a sizable number of women enter the science and engineering fields. Their work however, is seldom recognized in a meaningful way and numerous women leave the profession before they become well established. Why is thi ...…
 
Our guest this week, Erin Abernethy PhD candidate from the department of Integrative Biology, is investigating the community structure (the number of species or individuals of each species) of freshwater aquatic invertebrates downstream of dams. These invertebrates have adapted to the native conditions of their river ecosystem, and major distur ...…
 
Foundational Truths: The Bible is God’s self-revelation. God is the Eternal, Sovereign Creator; all that He creates is good. Man is a responsible agent, held to a moral standard. Sin originates within a person, separating us from God. God declares one righteous by faith alone, apart from works. With each plague, YHWH shows His outstanding power ...…
 
Professor Chris Imray and Dr Lucy Hawkes talk from the World Extreme Medicine Conference 2016 in Edinburgh. Chris is a Consultant Vascular and Renal Transplant Surgeon at UHCW NHS Trust, and also a Professor at Warwick Medical School, Coventry University and Exeter University. He has lectured to Expedition & Wilderness Medicine students on fros ...…
 
SPECIAL GUEST: KATE UMBERS (WSU) Stop murdering invertebrates. OK? Good. Dr Kate Umbers is an animal behaviour expert from Western Sydney University who is fighting to make sure that invertebrates are recognised as the wonderful creatures they are. In an interview with In Situ Science she says that perhaps the arts are the best way of teaching ...…
 
There are few places on Earth that showcase the extraordinary beauty and diversity of life as in the Amazon. It is simply unique. The Amazon is the world’s largest rainforest and river system and spans across eight countries and one overseas territory, through Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guia ...…
 
SPECIAL GUEST: GREG HOLWELL (U of Auckland) In a publish or perish environment scientists are finding it harder to spend time out in the field doing pure exploration. This is a great shame as we can never predict where the next great scientific discovery will come from. The wonders of the natural world around us are the ulitmate source of disco ...…
 
threats from Nth Korea New spiders found in western Australia, Our castrated invertebrate Prime Minister has a 30 minute phone call with Trump who ‘wasn’t mean to him’. All this and more.
 
Niki went back to college without Jules. It was really rude but we guess not every university willingly complies with the ridiculous, stress-inducing bullshit known as the quarter system. So what does this mean for you? How will you enjoy the (undisputed) voices of our generation each and every week if the owner’s of these voices aren’t even in ...…
 
Shownotes for Spider Cats Episode link: http://shoutengine.com/RandomSampling/spider-cats-38327 Kerry Fact http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/06/09/532281224/eagles-adopt-baby-red-tailed-hawk-putting-aside-violent-species-rivalry Eagles adopt a baby red tailed hawk Jessie Fact http://www.seeker.com/this-bag-like-animal-was-our-earliest ...…
 
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 ...…
 
GOB 91 – Birding Doldrums This article first appeared in Birdwatching Magazine June 2017 Picture this, everyone around you is just getting into their shorts and sandals, beaming with bonhomie and generally frolicking in the sunshine and you stare out at the blue skies with a miserable face. Spring is over and it’s not yet autumn and the rest of ...…
 
GOB 84 – Call me 50 (per)cent (This article first appeared in the November 2016 edition of ‘Birdwatching’ magazine) Somewhere between 65% and 70% of this sceptre isle’s land is used for agriculture. 57% of agriculture is ‘rough pasture’ and another 24% is grass. Add these together and it means that around 57% of the UK is used to feed animals… ...…
 
GOB 82 – Brave Kiwis (This article first appeared in the October 2016 edition of ‘Birdwatching’ magazine) I remember the first time I visited my parents after they emigrated to New Zealand; as we started our descent into Auckland the pilot came on and as part of his introduction to ‘God’s own’ country he said, “…welcome to New Zealand, a countr ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Spiders appear to offload cognitive tasks to their webs, making them one of a number of species with a mind that isn’t fully confined within the head.
 
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 ...…
 
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. ...…
 
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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