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Episode 44 - Death to the Volcano God

The town of Spinbury is a utopia and that is a problem for some people. There is turmoil between the power of the...

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Adán Reyes from Mexico City Jozsef Horvath
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Adán Reyes from Mexico City

Episode 75: Adán Reyes talks about his work as a chemist at the National Autonomous University of México, that...

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Episode 28: The Island

As half of the crew of the Orion ascends the plateaued island of the infamous Pishtaco, what at once appears as mere...

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Will Yellowstone explode?

A large part of North America is sitting on a geological timebomb. Could it explode in your lifetime?

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Jelle De Boer and Ursula Goodenough — The Morality of Nature Krista Tippett Public Producti
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Jelle De Boer and Ursula Goodenough — The Morality of Nature

We explore the human and religious implications of natural disasters through the eyes of two scientists steeped in...

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Willowcast #29

Second graders research and report on basic volcano information.

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Micropod Episode 9 - SfAM Spring Meeting highlights Society for Applied Microbiolo
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Micropod Episode 9 - SfAM Spring Meeting highlights

Micropod's Nancy Mendoza grabs a few minutes with two of the speakers at the SfAM Spring Meeting in Sheffield. Judith...

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Anne Carson - Autobiography of Red

"The world poured back and forth between their eyes once or twice." Autobiography of Red by Anne Carson is in my list...

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Where Were You When Mount St. Helens Blew?

When Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18th, 1980, 57 people were killed. What were they still doing in harm's way on...

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Ep 19.5 - Infercano!

This week's mini-episode yet again finds Craig and Shawn talking about things you've actually heard of. Topics...

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The Eruption at Heimaey

In 1973, after a series of earthquakes, a fissure was opened up on the eastern side of the Icelandic island of...

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How Volcanoes Have Shaped The Earth And Universe

There is a ton of evidence of volcanoes on almost all planets in our solar system and they can tell us a lot about...

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How Volcanoes Have Shaped The Earth And Universe

There is a ton of evidence of volcanoes on almost all planets in our solar system and they can tell us a lot about...

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How Volcanoes Have Shaped The Earth And Universe

There is a ton of evidence of volcanoes on almost all planets in our solar system and they can tell us a lot about...

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Chess Talk Episode #61: Drunk Talk 2 Electric Boogaloo Cody / Edi
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Chess Talk Episode #61: Drunk Talk 2 Electric Boogaloo

Season 7 is here! Because of the technical difficulties we had for the season finale we wanted to do something...

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How Volcanoes Have Shaped The Earth And Universe

There is a ton of evidence of volcanoes on almost all planets in our solar system and they can tell us a lot about...

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Episode 292: Continental Drift

Greg and Keith give the listeners an update on the Dead Pool, and Keith's uphill odds of winning. Greg the recounts...

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Interview: Desk to Glory

Richard and Ashley have been driving around North, Central and South America off and on since 2013-- and were a huge...

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Episode 31 - The Deadly Cloud at Lake Nyos

On August 21, 1986, a giant cloud of carbon dioxide rose from Lake Nyos in Cameroon, Africa. As the cloud filtered...

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