Real Clear Science
By Alex Berezow & Ross Pomeroy
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A fresh and often unconventional look at major science news stories by the editors of Real Clear Science
|1||VideoMay 10th, 2013||Episode #26: Dust on Mars can kill you; wine-tasting snobs are totally full of it; the most relaxing study ever; weird stuff blamed on climate change||5/10/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoPodcast: May 3rd, 2013||Episode #25: Why would aliens come all this way just to invade Earth? Ricin 101; nearly half the French have a mind-altering parasite; an antibiotic can protect men from attractive women||5/3/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoPodcast: April 12th, 2013||Episode #24: We're pooping the wrong way; research undermines the New York City big soda cup ban; yes, gentlemen, size does matter; and the rise of pseudo-academic journals||4/12/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoPodcast: April 5th, 2013||Episode #23: The scientist bringing warp drive to life; why rain smells so good; how man can survive without "eating"; chess should be required in U.S. schools||4/5/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoPodcast: March 29th, 2013||Episode #22: 'Jurassic Park 4' plans to ignore science; why driving should be scarier than terrorism; how coffee- and drug-addicted bacteria could improve society; living alone could be hazardous to your health||3/29/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoPodcast: March 22nd, 2013||Episode #21: Why man can't live on beer alone; Will coronavirus be the next major pandemic? Great white sharks eat lots of baby seals; How to use math to beat a speed camera ticket||3/22/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoPodcast: March 15th, 2013||Episode #20: Early birds had four wings; the paleo diet delusion; why sex in space may be dangerous; and hijacking bacterial "hypodermic needles"||3/15/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoPodcast: March 8th, 2013||Episode #19: Fear not, humans would win an interstellar conflict; the correlation between guns and homicide rate; why small dogs outlive larger breeds; and the first reported cure of HIV in a child||3/8/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoMarch 1st, 2013||Episode #18: Why stereotyping isn't necessarily bad; the science and pseudoscience of gluten-free diets; Sex may be more about bonding than reproduction; and the cause of migraine headaches.||3/2/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoFebruary 22nd, 2013||Episode #17: A meteorite explodes over Russia; the predictability of evolution; female obesity linked to lack of housework; and Lynn Margulis inducted into the scientific hall of infamy||2/22/2013||Free||View In iTunes|
RCScience-Podcast from 10/29/12
Great summary of science in the news. Alex and Ross present science news in an articulte and thouroughly enjoyable fashion that is informative and fun to listen to.