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Stephen Dubner (co-author of the Freakonomics book series) and research psychologist Angela Duckworth (author of Grit) really like to ask people questions, and came to believe there’s no such thing as a stupid one. So they made a podcast where they can ask each other as many “stupid questions” as they want. New episodes each week. No Stupid Questions is a production of the Freakonomics Radio Network.
 
On February 14th, 2020, Earthlings receive a warning that pop radio is polluting the galaxy, and if it isn’t shut down, Earth will be blown to smithereens. Beth Kane and her buddy Ryan are music snobs who want to live. Even though they think the aliens kinda have a point, they become activists and organize an anti-pop protest to save the Earth. Their campaign ends in failure. The government is concerned the alien signal might be a hoax so they decide to let the radio waves keep on flowing, j ...
 
Christmas Podding is the ultimate Podcast guide to Christmas. A Podcast For Christmas tragics. This Podcast is Hosted by Liam Renton and Vanessa Gibson. These two have been friends for over a decade who instantly bonded one day at work when they both realised they were OBSESSED with the Movie LOVE ACTUALLY. They've been talking about Christmas non stop ever since. Both Liam and Ness have extensive media careers, having hosted Breakfast radio shows together in major Cities across Australia. T ...
 
SUNDAY: Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti are joined by Ben Solak and Steven Ruiz to break down all of the Sunday game action. TUESDAY: Jason Goff is joined by former NFL players James Jones and Ryan Shazier to give the player perspective on the biggest NFL story lines. WEDNESDAY: Kevin Clark spins around the NFL to focus on one big topic that is on everyone's mind. THURSDAY: Nora Princiotti and Mallory Rubin take a deep dive on an individual in the NFL and break down what makes them so impact ...
 
You might think you know what it takes to lead a happier life… more money, a better job, or Instagram-worthy vacations. You’re dead wrong. Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos has studied the science of happiness and found that many of us do the exact opposite of what will truly make our lives better. Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale -- the most popular class in the university’s 300-year history -- Laurie will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surpr ...
 
The ManPatria podcast is one of many shows offered by ManPatria to viewers and listeners who would rather listen to or watch uncensored and real discussions on economics, politics and social issues. Since the mainstream media has embraced fakeness, the ManPatria Podcast is where one gets their dosage of real.
 
Les Brown said this podcast moved him to tears. The best in motivation, inspiration and success training. Sam Crowley is an ex-corporate slave who wanted one thing, to be a father. It sounds so simple until you realize that he was beholden to his employer, giving his direct reports at work all of his energy, while giving his family the left overs. All of that changed when Sam’s daughter asked “Daddy is tomorrow Saturday?” She asked him that because she wanted every day to be like the one day ...
 
Hey this is Stacy Hayes. I spent over a decade thinking God was mad at me and he was some bipolar old man sitting on his throne with a lighting bolt in one hand and a hammer in the other just waiting for me to mess up.. Thats not God thats religion.. God loves everyone of us no matter where we're at in life and He's waiting too see us coming to Him like the prodigal son did in Luke 15:11-24 read it you'll be glad you did... Believe what God's word says about you over any opinion you have of ...
 
It's a podcast that blends everyday living in Nigeria with the professional growth of a millennial. We give people the platform to be real, inspiring and raise their voice on issues that affects them. Just my view on issues in my community. What's your truth? Let's address that. Tell your story unedited and unfiltered. No one knows your story better than you. We will focus on Lifestyle, Business, Travels, Finance and Art.
 
Making your mornings bearable with the best morning radio show around! We're real and we're funny, and we do it all authentically. Whether it's the entertainment news, listener drama or a peek into our own lives, we serve the laughs while bringing you into our world so you can take a break and escape yours. Check back daily for new episodes with Bert, Kristin, Davi, Moe & the entire Bert Show Cast! Be a part of the show: call us toll free at 1-855-BertShow or visit www.thebertshow.com (http: ...
 
Discover the latest information on 'what's hot' in the digital world, best practices and big concepts for innovation, disruption and pivoting in the Silicon Valley. Features: Innovation | Cyber Risk & Security | Bitcoin & Blockchain | Cross - Border Business | Silicon Valley Insider airs Friday's at 1:00 pm on AM 1220 KDOW and Saturday's 10:00 am 860 AM KTRB The Answer in the Silicon Valley / San Francisco Bay Area.
 
Fantasy Football Auctions - All Auction, All The Time!We are the official podcast of the only website that is "All Auction, All The Time"Tired of the other fantasy football podcasts that only talk about Fantasy Football Auctions one time a season? Then we are the fantasy football podcast for you. We talk fantasy football auctions - and only fantasy football auctions!We are the official podcast of www.thefantasyfootballauction.com - the home of all things auction. We are the first and only we ...
 
The Jedburgh Podcast is a conversation with transformative leaders, visionaries, drivers of change, and those dedicated to winning no matter the challenge. Hosted by US Army Special Forces Green Beret, Fran Racioppi, each episode is an in-depth discussion with trailblazers who have earned success through dedication to talent development, preparation, introspection, and the drive to get things done. Our conversation will empower listeners to define success and operate at an elite level, regar ...
 
Crypto Pirates YouTube Channel is home to a variety of content, including daily videos covering the newest cryptocurrency news, opinions, rumours, sentiments, interviews and information. We undertake the legwork of locating the day's most significant issues and studying numerous articles so that you may still acquire the knowledge you need without having to do it all yourself. Support us!
 
‘The Audiologist’ is a podcast series created by Phonak to offer audiologists and people interested in audiology new perspectives on hearing health topics. As the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturer, we regularly collaborate with top audiology experts from around the world. We launched this podcast to share their inspiring views and insights from the industry and the latest on research and learning. You will learn from the very best in their respective fields. So, join us and our guest ...
 
Everyday we are faced with challenges. Challenges with your family, with you kids, with your career, with your confidence. Each week we will raise questions, provide thought provoking topics and actions that will help women transition from “Surviving” to Thriving life’s issues. We will discuss how to enhance your leadership style and gain the confidence to pursue your dreams. This is a no nonsense talk show where you will hear straight talk on how to challenge the status quo and create your ...
 
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The Kansas City Chiefs are reportedly signing veteran wide receiver Josh Gordon to the practice squad. The hope is Gordon can get up to speed over the next few weeks and eventually find himself on the Chiefs 53 roster. Pete Sweeney, Ron Kopp, Stephen Serda, and Rocky Magana discuss the move, and the impact it could possibly have on the Chiefs' offe…
 
It's another edition of the Arrowhead Pride 'Out of Structure podcast,' with Matt Stagner and Ron Kopp. The Chiefs fell once again on Sunday to the Los Angeles Chargers. This is the worst start in Patrick Mahomes career through 3 games of the season, and are currently the last place in the AFC West. Matt and Ron place some blame on what happened ye…
 
These baby greater sac-winged bats babble to learn their mating songs Like human infants, the young bats sing protosyllables until they master their vocalizations Greater sac-winged bat pups, like this one in Costa Rica, learn the rich vocal repertoire of adults by babbling, similar to human infants, a new study suggests.…
 
New studies hint that the coronavirus may be evolving to become more airborne The virus appears to spread through the air, but masks reduce the amount of infectious virus A researcher demonstrates the use of a device that captures fine aerosols and large droplets in a person's breath exhaled while breathing, talking and singing.…
 
Frog and toad pupils mainly come in seven different shapes Analyzing over 3,200 species revealed diamonds, fans and more The pupil shapes of frogs ( Hyloscirtus tigrinus , shown) and toads generally didn't correspond with particular habitats or habits.
 
A well-known wildflower turns out to be a secret carnivore Triantha occidentalis sets a deathtrap for small insects just beneath its flower This wildflower, Triantha occidentalis , growing in Cypress Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada, has sticky hairs on its stem that it uses to trap and digest small insects.…
 
Ghost games' spotlight the psychological effect fans have on referees With stands empty, European soccer teams playing at home receive more foul calls Two German soccer clubs play in an empty stadium on May 16, 2020 due to pandemic restrictions.
 
An incredibly resilient coral in the Great Barrier Reef offers hope for the future The reef's widest coral has survived for hundreds of years and weathered many bleaching events Researchers swim over the 10.4-meter-wide Muga dhambi, the widest known coral in the Great Barrier Reef.
 
A giant tortoise was caught stalking, killing and eating a baby bird New video shows that the lumbering reptiles really are cold-blooded A Seychelles giant tortoise lunges towards a noddy tern chick in the first documented instance of a tortoise hunting.
 
Here's how cool a star can be and still achieve lasting success The motions of nearby stars reveal the boundary between red dwarfs and brown dwarfs Brown dwarfs (one illustrated) glow dimly from the heat of their formation but have too little mass to sustain nuclear reactions.
 
This big-headed pterosaur may have preferred walking over flying A long neck and an oversize noggin mostly grounded one ancient reptile, fossil suggests This reconstruction shows Tupandactylus navigans , a type of pterosaur with a large crest on the top of its head.
 
A 1,000-year-old grave may have held a powerful nonbinary person The remains were previously thought to be a respected woman who might have been a warrior An early medieval grave in Finland may have contained the remains of a respected individual (illustrated) who didn't fit social expectations at the time about how to be either strictly masculine …
 
Windbreaks, surprisingly, could help wind farms boost power output Low walls in front of turbines could improve performance by 10 percent, simulations show Windbreaks could help wind farms pump out more power.
 
NASA's Perseverance rover snagged its first Martian rock samples The rock bits are the first from Mars slated to eventually return to Earth The Perseverance rover drilled two cylinders of stone out of a Martian rock called Rochette in early September.
 
The new UN climate change report shows there's no time for denial or delay Extreme weather events linked to changing climate are already found everywhere around the globe Torrential rains flooded Xinxiang in China's Henan province in mid-July 2021, leading to dramatic rescues like this one.
 
A supernova's delayed reappearance could pin down how fast the universe expands The catch: We have to wait until about 2037 for an answer This cluster of galaxies, seen in a Hubble telescope image, contorts the light of a galaxy far behind it into arcs (orange).
 
With a powerful laser blast, scientists near a nuclear fusion milestone A National Ignition Facility experiment produced a record 1.3 million joules of fusion energy Scientists at the National Ignition Facility have produced record-breaking energy in a nuclear fusion experiment.
 
Satellite swarms may outshine the night sky's natural constellations Mega-constellations from those satellites will be visible to the naked eye, simulations suggest Artificial satellites like SpaceX's Starlink constellations will leave streaks in photos of the sky taken by researchers and amateur astronomers alike.…
 
Jupiter's intense auroras superheat its upper atmosphere Heat spawned by high-speed charged particles slamming into the air above the poles spreads far Jupiter's magnetic field lines (blue) steer charged particles in the solar wind toward the planet's poles, generating auroras (white) similar to Earth's.…
 
Ice Rivers' invites you to get to know our world's melting glaciers A scientist's memoir mixes personal recollections about fieldwork with a dash of science and history Glaciologist Jemma Wadham has studied glaciers all over the world, including Pastoruri Glacier (shown in 2010) in the Peruvian Andes.…
 
50 years ago, chemical pollutants were linked to odd animal behavior Excerpt from the September 18, 1971 issue of Science News Chemical pollutants can disrupt aquatic creatures' delicate sense of smell, scientists have found.
 
Australian fires in 20192020 had even more global reach than previously thought Blazes dumped a vast amount of CO 2 into the air and triggered faraway algae blooms in the ocean Smoke rises from burning trees near the town of Nowra, in Australia's New South Wales, on December 31, 2019.
 
One of nature's key constants is much larger in a quantum material The fine-structure constant is 10 times its normal value in the material, giving a peek at an alternate universe Particles with the quantum property called spin, illustrated by the blue arrow, can't agree on an orientation in a type of material called quantum spin ice.…
 
Scientists have a new word for birds stealing animal hair Species that engage in 'kleptotrichy' may use their loot to deter predators This black-crested titmouse ( Baeolophus atricristatus ) was caught on video in Texas plucking hair from a sleeping fox to build a nest.
 
Whirling maple seeds inspired these tiny flying sensors Objects as small as a sand grain could be dispersed by air to monitor environmental conditions Scientists created minuscule microfliers in a variety of shapes (shown) that glide through the air similar to maple tree seeds.
 
DNA offers a new look at how Polynesia was settled Voyagers migrated to islands sprinkled across a large area of the Pacific within about 500 years Eastern Polynesia's settlers rapidly voyaged across a vast area starting nearly 1,200 years ago, a new genetic study finds.
 
Bloodthirsty vampire bats like to drink with friends over strangers Social bonds extend beyond the roost and may save time and energy when hunting Common vampire bats ( Desmodus rotundus ) form social bonds at the roost through sharing food and grooming.
 
Ghost tracks' suggest people came to the Americas earlier than once thought If confirmed, newly described footprints could help rewrite textbooks These human footprints from what's now New Mexico may be between 23,000 and 21,000 years old.
 
50 years ago, scientists found a link between aspirin use and pregnancy complications Excerpt from the October 2, 1971 issue of Science News Even now, 50 years after the first evidence that aspirin could be harmful for fetal development, parents struggle to find clear guidance for taking aspirin during pregnancy.…
 
How extreme heat from climate change distorts human behavior As temperatures rise, violence and aggression also go up while focus and productivity decline Intense heat can affect human behavior, from making it hard to focus to prompting aggression.
 
This is the oldest fossil evidence of spider moms taking care of their young A 99-million-year-old spider trapped in amber sheds light on ancient arachnid parenting A female spider trapped in amber alongside her egg sac, seen here from above (left) and below (right), is the oldest evidence of maternal care in spiders.…
 
An Indigenous people in the Philippines have the most Denisovan DNA Indigenous Ayta Magbukon people get 5 percent of their DNA from the mysterious ancient hominids Ayta people in the Philippines, shown here, belong to a group of ethnic communities that includes one with the highest level of Denisovan ancestry in the world, a new study finds.…
 
Ripples in rats' brains tied to memory may also reduce sugar levels The results suggest brain cell activity could play a surprising role in the body's metabolism Bursts of activity created by nerve cells in the hippocampus (computer drawing shown), called sharp-wave ripples, are thought to solidify memories.…
 
How different COVID-19 testing plans can help keep kids safe in school Multiple strategies, each with benefits and challenges, now exist to support in-person learning Coronavirus tests, whether done with a saliva sample or a nasal swab, are one tool schools can use to monitor and prevent COVID-19 outbreaks this year.…
 
The Top 10 scientific surprises of Science News' first 100 years Antimatter, dark energy, plate tectonics and the role of DNA were unexpected discoveries By Tom Siegfried Contributing Correspondent
 
A hammerhead shark baby boom near Florida hints at a historic nursery The nursery of endangered sharks would be the first known in U.S. Atlantic waters A researcher releases a tagged baby great hammerhead shark into the water just off the coast of Miami.
 
This moon-sized white dwarf is the smallest ever found The dead star is also spinning extremely fast and has a powerful magnetic field With a radius of about 2,100 kilometers, a newfound white dwarf (left in this illustration) is just slightly bigger than the moon (right).
 
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