Best popularscience podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Popular Science Radio
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POPULAR SCIENCE RADIO brings you all the newest discoveries and emerging technologies, cutting-edge innovations in science and technology each week. Presented in an interactive, entertaining and easy to understand forum with host, Alan Taylor.
 
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Popular Science
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Futuropolis by Popular Science
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Hosted by Popular Science associate editor Breanna Draxler and former assistant editor Lindsey Kratochwill, Futuropolis is a new podcast about everyday life in the future. We’ve always wondered what it will be like to grab dinner on Mars, pilot a flying car, or walk a robot dog. So to find out, we talk to the scientists, engineers, and innovators who are shaping the world of tomorrow. Plus we dig into Popular Science’s archives to revisit past predictions.
 
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Current content form the Popular Science Magazine
 
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Popular Science - Science
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Popular Science
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Join PopSci editors and guests as we discuss the most important news in tech on a (mostly) weekly basis. Theme music by Adhesive Wombat: https://soundcloud.com/adhesivewombat
 
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Military The future of the Air Force is fighter pilots leading drone swarms into battle Cheap, unmanned wingmen could add punch and protection to fighter formations.
 
Space Recycled Falcon 9 rocket survives one of SpaceX's most challenging landings yet Challenge accepted.
 
Entertainment Why Morse code is actually a really weird way to communicate An excerpt from Your Brain is a Time Machine .
 
Environment #PopSciLovesNature and so do you We asked you to show us your best nature photos, and you delivered!
 
Space Don't get too hyped about 'Planet 10' just yet Another day, another hypothetical object on the outskirts of the solar system.
 
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Science Finding NASA's Curiosity rover, art-attacking microbes, and other amazing images of the week Newsworthy eye candy
 
Technology As drought looms, could this team of scientists prove cloud seeding works?
 
DIY How to beach-proof your phone Protect it from sun, sand, and seawater.
 
Environment A border wall made of solar panels wouldn't actually be good for the environment Is this a bright idea?
 
Popular Science Blogs Nexus Media News Some clouds are full of little lollipop-shaped ice crystals They've got scientists looking at clouds in a whole new way.
 
Animals Birds' ability to fly could determine the shape of their eggs Not all eggs are created equal.
 
Health To ease lower back pain, yoga might be just as good as physical therapy And a heck of a lot cheaper.
 
Health The lone star tick can make you allergic to meat, and that's not even the worst of it The tick's territory is spreading.
 
Health You're probably not allergic to penicillin anymore Reactions to the antibiotic can fade over time.
 
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Environment In a Montana town, a record-breaking 103-degree swing in 24 hours Loma's weather in January 1972 is a fascinating exemplar of sudden temperature spikes and drops.
 
Environment A hotter planet might make hurricanes more destructive Here's how.
 
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The Story Behind | The Extraordinary History of the Ordinary
 
Join The Story Behind Discussion Group on Facebook! If you are driving, did you notice the last exit you passed? Or do you remember where you were on the road five minutes ago? If you answered no to those questions, you’re already familiar with this episode’s topic. (Also, what are you doing reading show notes while you're driving? Watch the ro ...…
 
Environment How a wildfire kicked up a 45,000-foot column of flames In 2011, a New Mexico wildfire went from normal to nuclear.
 
Environment Anatomy of a wildfire The 2011 Las Conchas wildfire was big even before it blew up on June 27.
 
Space NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks so small and alone in this amazing new photo Just a pale blue dot.
 
Health What is sickle cell disease?
 
Space The Curiosity rover and other spacecraft are learning to think for themselves Autonomous science-bots will make it easier to explore our solar system and beyond.
 
Space Why go to Mars when you can telecommute there instead?
 
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Environment Climate change will make your coffee cost more and taste worse Over half of Ethiopia's crop is in peril, and the same goes for other coffee-producing countries.
 
Animals This river ecosystem hinges on thousands of drowned, rotting wildebeest It's the circle of life.
 
Health Genetically engineered fungus knocks out deadly mosquitoes using scorpion toxins A single spore can do what insecticides can't.
 
Science The world's art is under attackby microbes Bacteria and fungi are a menace to paintings, sculptures, and ancient artifacts.
 
Click here to check out the TAL + SM blog post This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that exist for multiple kinds of audiences and publics, we became inspired to have a series of conversations about why anthrop ...…
 
Click here to check out the TAL + SM blog post This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that exist for multiple kinds of audiences and publics, we became inspired to have a series of conversations about why anthrop ...…
 
Main Fiction: "Enyo-enyo" by Kameron HurleyOriginally published in Lightspeed MagazineKameron Hurley is the author of The Stars are Legion and the essay collection The Geek Feminist Revolution, as well as the award-winning God’s War Trilogy and The Worldbreaker Saga. Hurley has won the Hugo Award, Kitschy Award, and Sydney J. Bounds Award for B ...…
 
Animals Mountain Lions are so scared of humans that the sound of talk radio sends them running 'Fraidy cats.
 
Aviation Phoenix is too hot for planes to takeoff High temperatures mean thin air, which makes getting airplanes off the ground tricky
 
Environment Don't believe our planet is warming up?
 
Health People are apparently injecting themselves with blood to get high now?
 
Space NASA found a bunch more potentially habitable planets But our days of massive exoplanet dumps may be numbered.
 
Health More people than ever are taking way too much vitamin D You might have a deficiency, but overdosing isn't the answer.
 
DIY 8 new skills you can learn by watching YouTube Let video be your guide.
 
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Science Dinosaurs got an evolutionary assist from huge volcanic eruptions Blown away.
 
Animals DNA from Egyptian mummies and Viking graves reveals how cats conquered the world Their trek from pest exterminator to pet.
 
Animals The Australian Eastern Abyss is a treasure trove of strange, often penis-shaped animals There's so much goo.
 
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DIY How to choose the right smartwatch for you Your wrist deserves the best.
 
Environment Three-quarters of the planet could face deadly heatwaves by 2100 And a third of us already do.
 
Technology Tech news catch-up: Amazon ate Whole Foods, Verizon ate Yahoo, and lots of new video games!
 
Military Don't believe the hype about Russia's hypersonic missile Not about the speed, it's about how it uses that speed.
 
Animals Female elk are practically bulletproof by age 9 They learn to outsmart hunters as they get older.
 
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