This imaginative podcast utilizes a novel synthesis of science and history to explore the tales of not just evolution, but genetics, philosophy, anthropology, and more! You'll experience a tour through time and more with it, covering everything that comes with the human experience. We do both interviews and host-read episodes.
In this special episode of "Anthropocene Anecdotes", we talk to Dr. Rebecca Austin about multiple subjects: Her multiple work and research experiences in environmental anthropology, how she started out in the field, and current topics in the field as well as what needs to be done to remedy certain issues.
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In this week’s episode we’ll be talking about prehistoric architecture. Before getting into prehistoric architecture, one must first understand the meaning of architecture. Architecture is the art and science of designing and building structures. So now what does prehistory mean? The word prehistory literally means the period before history was written down, before any kind of written explanation of culture and civilization. The ...
In this episode, I want you to imagine a star, as I guide you through it's life cycle! There are about 200 billion trillion stars in the universe, 100 billion stars in the Milky Way, including the sun, and 2 trillion galaxies in the observable universe. Incredible isn’t it? Think of these numbers, the next time you look up at the night time sky, and imagine the surreal lengths of the universe. But today, I'm going to focu...
Today's guest is Dr. Christin Burd!
Dr. Christin Burd is an Associate Professor at Ohio State University, and a member of the Molecular Carcinogenesis and Chemoprevention Program at the OSUCCC – James, where her research focuses on improving our understanding of the connections between cancer and aging. We talk about her start in her chosen field, research, challenges and breakthroughs, and advice for people who want...
The idea of epigenetics has changed since it was first proposed in 1939 by Conrad Waddington as a way to reconcile the conflicting theories of preformist and epigenetic schools, but the definition of epigenetics has changed, it's still the subject of intense controversy. One of the most intriguing modern concepts in genetics is the epigenome, which serves as a link between the genome and the phenotype. The epigenome is so h...
Today's guest is Tony Wall from Noēsis!
Anthony Wall graduated from the William Penn Charter School in Philadelphia. He subsequently relocated to Chicago, where he completed his studies at Lake Forest College. Wall cites his continued interest in existential philosophy to his liberal arts education. His career spanned two decades in the financial services sector. He then realized that he was continually drawn to the s...
Think of history, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Just take a moment to pause and think. Does your mind wander to the pyramids of Ancient Egypt, The Rise and Fall of the Aztec Civilization, The Discovery of the Americas, or maybe the Industrial Revolution.
Today's world owes an immense debt to the mighty empires and great cities of ancient history. Their inventions and ideas enabled the advancement of human society ...
What is Dark-DNA? In this episode, we’ll discuss the phenomenon dubbed “Dark-DNA,” which describes segments of the genome that appear to be missing. Are they actually missing, or could they be hiding the key to evolutionary change?
A puzzle posed by segments of ‘dark matter’ in genomes — long, twisting strands of DNA with no obvious functions — has baffled scientists for more than a decade. This seemingly “missing” or “hidden” aspe...
This miniseries touches on genetic and recent evolutionary news. The topic of our first mini-episode is Klinefelter syndrome and the current genetic studies associated with it.Canva - Design Anything. Post Anywhere
This mini episode is just a light refresh of Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's theory of evolution.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched!
This first episode's intention is to educate you about evolution's antiquity, folklore, and plethora of competing ideas and theories. We'll talk about everyone from 19th-century English intellectuals to Ancient Greek philosophers.Fiverr- The best freelancing platform
Forty six years ago, on a warm summer night in Melbourne, Susan Bartlett and Suzanne Armstrong were stabbed to death in their home in Easey Street, Collingwood. Suzanne's 16 month-old son was asleep in the cot at this time. The double homicide remains one of the most confronting cold cases.
How do the smartest marketers and business entrepreneurs cut through the noise? And how do they manage to do it again and again? It's a combination of math—the strategy and analytics—and magic, the creative spark. Join iHeartMedia Chairman and CEO Bob Pittman as he analyzes the Math and Magic of marketing—sitting down with today's most gifted disruptors and compelling storytellers.
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