Best quark podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
 
CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
 
CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
 
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Opus Quark
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Electronic Music, Progressive, Software Engineer, Life Coach, Fitness, Social Media Manager
 
Doug (34) and his nephew Brandon (11) tackle the mysteries of the cosmos and mostly get stuff right in this podcast designed to get kids interested in science.
 
CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
 
This is a lectures series.
 
Bursting out of the Wormhole and into your Earhole! Pour yourself some Romulan ale, Klingon blood-wine, or a Bajoran daiquiri, and join us as we toast the greatest television show of all time, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Email us: DrunkSpaceNine@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @DrunkSpaceNine @GulDuskat @StarfleetBoy
 
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BookLab
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From neurons to nanotech and from quarks to the cosmos, BookLab is the podcast that puts science books under the microscope! Join hosts Dan Falk and Amanda Gefter for a look at the latest in popular science writing: what’s new, what’s hot, and what you ought to be reading right now.
 
Join Jack, Kevin and Sam as they journey through the wonderful world of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, one randomly selected episode at a time! Each week, they'll go over their notes on each episode, compare them with other iterations of Star Trek, complain about Voyager, talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind, and much, much more! Of course it wouldn't be Reopening the Wormhole without the requisite visit to Quark's to spin the Dabo wheel and determine next week's episode. So crack op ...
 
Join Jack, Kevin and Sam as they journey through the wonderful world of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, one randomly selected episode at a time! Each week, they'll go over their notes on each episode, compare them with other iterations of Star Trek, complain about Voyager, talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind, and much, much more! Of course it wouldn't be Reopening the Wormhole without the requisite visit to Quark's to spin the Dabo wheel and determine next week's episode. So crack op ...
 
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The most importanter podcast in the audible pod-verse wins its first achievement trophy as Jon and Mitch explore the last 4 episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer's masterful first season. An organ harvesting Dummy, Nightmares come true, an Invisible Classmate with a grudge and the Master kills our hero. Spoiler Alert, Jon and Mitch are having to ...…
 
Rom is off to Starfleet Academy and Quark uses the trip as an excuse to smuggle some explosive gas that well exploded and sends the ship back to 1947 New Mexico. That’s the Smuggle’s blues
 
Welcome one and all, to the HOUSE OF QUARK! Ferengi expert Kregg Castillo is back with all his charms for the second week in a row to lend the gang a hand as they enjoy blabbing about this fun and unique clash of Ferengi and Klingon cultures. They’ll also be rolling out some new features, debating definitions of basic words like “person” and “m ...…
 
Welcome one and all, to the HOUSE OF QUARK! Ferengi expert Kregg Castillo is back with all his charms for the second week in a row to lend the gang a hand as they enjoy blabbing about this fun and unique clash of Ferengi and Klingon cultures. They’ll also be rolling out some new features, debating definitions of basic words like “person” and “m ...…
 
How do tiny birds such as the Pacific Wren, produce loud and long songs?
 
10,000 year old sloth hunt frozen in time in fossil footprints
 
Doctor’s group wants to scrap Canada’s medical cannabis program' Right stuff, wrong gender - the true story of the women who almost went to the moon; An ancient giant sloth hunt, frozen in time; Study after study has shown that corporate anti-bias training doesn’t work; How do tiny songbirds sing so loud, for so long?…
 
Iain Martin returns with a new instalment of the irreverent Doctor Who A-Z. This time it’s “Q” and (after a quick news break), Iain reflects upon: Quarks Quarries Queen Queens of the Stone Age Question mark collars Question mark umbrella Quite Good
 
The interstitium, a newfound human organ has been hiding in plain sight; Brain scans reveal why the 'Iceman' can withstand insanely cold temperatures; The volcano that brought Christianity to Iceland; On a hunt for North America's indigenous crops; Using tailpipe tech to make smoked bacon safer to eat; Why do fingers and toes wrinkle when they ...…
 
The interstitium, a newfound human organ has been hiding in plain sight; Brain scans reveal why the 'Iceman' can withstand insanely cold temperatures; The volcano that brought Christianity to Iceland; On a hunt for North America's indigenous crops; Using tailpipe tech to make smoked bacon safer to eat; Why do fingers and toes wrinkle when they ...…
 
This week is a story of a man, who with all his quarks, changed the world. Show Notes: http://thefactfile.org/albert-einstein-facts/ https://www.astronomytrek.com/interesting-quotes-by-albert-einstein/ For photos of the Statue follow us on instagram
 
A bizarre skeleton that looks alien is actually a human with a lot of bone mutations; Scientists say it’s time to make ‘3-parent baby’ technology legal in Canada; A dead rhino is a canary in the coal mine for mass extinction; Novichok and the science of assassination with chemical weapons; Bats teach other bats what a good meal sounds like; Why ...…
 
Season 6, episodes 23 and 24: Quark stumbles into today's news; O'Brien remembers why he should never go on vacation.
 
March's Run it Red has arrived and takes in new music from STL, Sergie Rezza, Vinalog, Mike Servito, Robert Hood, Noncompliant and many more. The next show is a special one-off recording of a live set which goes live from 12am - 2am on the 31st March/1st April via www.nts.live and will be archived on Soundcloud/Mixcloud/Itunes after that. Subsc ...…
 
Hawking’s science, thoughts on God, and the formula for his tombstone; How DIY radiation sleuths are holding Japan’s government accountable; Far out visions for the future of humanity from Michio Kaku; Something unusual is happening with our planet's magnetic field; How do archaeological sites become covered in the first place?…
 
Planet-sized cyclones just one highlight of Juno’s view of Jupiter; We can’t blame violent video games for mass shootings. Here’s the science; ‘Gates of Hell’ ritual sacrifices were a deadly geological magic trick; Looking inside our brains to reconstruct images and communicate with those who can’t; A 127 million year old baby bird fossil sheds ...…
 
Planet-sized cyclones just one highlight of Juno’s view of Jupiter; We can’t blame violent video games for mass shootings. Here’s the science; ‘Gates of Hell’ ritual sacrifices were a deadly geological magic trick; Looking inside our brains to reconstruct images and communicate with those who can’t; A 127 million year old baby bird fossil sheds ...…
 
The universe’s dark age ended with the first stars - and we’ve found them; The vampire molecule: scientists discover why young blood helps reverse ageing; ‘Acoustic tweezer’ tractor beam could replace invasive surgeries; Scientists can look in your brain to determine your intelligence; The secret to finding life on Mars begins in Chile's Atacam ...…
 
Dr. Clifford V. Johnson’s work in science ranges from teaching and research as a professor at USC to public outreach where he strives to put science back into the general culture. He helps artists, writers, and filmmakers incorporate science into their work, appears on several TV and online shows, gives public lectures and participates in panel ...…
 
This month I start with Manhunter 11 with has two 11 page stories. The first story continues with Mark's adventures in Australia. The second story we see what Sylvia Kandrey has been up to since she last ran up against Manhunter.Then we cover Starman 8 where Will meets... Lady Quark. One of the survivors of The Crisis on Infinite Earths!And sin ...…
 
CROSSFIRE! The gang is joined by listener turned guest and the 100th person to like the podcast on Facebook, Travis Osborn, to revel in the pain of an awkwardly lovesick and naïve Odo as Kira and Shakaar fall in love and Quark has to hold everything together. Along the way, they’ll discover three new types of Odos (with accompanying musical the ...…
 
CROSSFIRE! The gang is joined by listener turned guest and the 100th person to like the podcast on Facebook, Travis Osborn, to revel in the pain of an awkwardly lovesick and naïve Odo as Kira and Shakaar fall in love and Quark has to hold everything together. Along the way, they’ll discover three new types of Odos (with accompanying musical the ...…
 
Star Trek: Deep Space 9 | Quark and Odo Breakdown Discussion Ds9 is one of the best series ever and it is time for a look back on what makes it great. Odo and Quark and their dynamic is one of the most interesting aspects and we take a quick look at what makes these two different characters interactions so special.…
 
Our weekly listener question asks how much oil have we extracted and what happens when it's taken out of the ground
 
Doctors are thinking about "deprescribing" for seniors who are taking too much and too many medications for too long.
 
Far UVC light, which is harmless to humans, but kills microbes, could be used in public lighting to stop the spread of airborne disease
 
An online game allows you to pretend to be a purveyor of fake news, and helps educate people on the techniques of disseminating misinformation.
 
A new book describes the many potential uses of this miracle material and how it might change our technology - and our world.
 
Cave art in Europe created by Neanderthals suggests they were creative and capable of abstract thought
 
These paintings prove Neanderthals weren't so brutish after all; From dresses to space travel graphene could do just about anything; This online game could be a ‘psychological vaccine’ against fake news;Could we stop flu outbreaks with UV light bulbs? Over-medicated seniors are an ‘unseen epidemic’; How much oil have we taken out of the ground?…
 
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