Kurtis Baute and Jesse have unedited and unscripted, and totally honest conversations about weird experiments and science at large.
The Upside-Down Life
Check out Jill Bolte Taylor's book about neuroplasticity 'My Stroke of Insight'.
You can be the judge of how well we can write our own names while wearing the goggles by checking out our twitter page (@DominoUniverse)
What You Can Do For Our Climate
I've put more resources and solutions together over at kurtisbaute.com/climatehour
Also, follow young climate warriors:
Mari Copeny (twitter: @littlemissflint)
Xiye Bastida (twitter: @xiyebastida)
Lastly, apologies for the audio quality on this episode - we had some technical issues after recording - we'll be back to normal in the next one. Thanks for listening!
Hit by a Truck
We are 'Ok', in the sense that we're both back at podcasting after a surprise hiatus, but you've seen the title. We're planning to get back to our regular weekly schedule, but bear with us!
Check out the YouTube channel about 3D-printed brains, its called 'neurotransmissions'. Also, follow Carlos Maza on Twitter (@gaywonk) if you want to see some of the ways that YouTube is broken.
Human History in a Marathon
This is a podcast about the video titled 'Human History in a Marathon'.
For more biological anthropology, go follow Alice Roberts (Twitter: @theAliceRoberts)
How Do People Make Money On YouTube?
Patrons, YouTube Ads, Sponsorships, and more. It's a weird and wonderful time to be a creator.
Huge thanks again to all of my patrons on Patreon! You are amazing. I'm sorry if I botched your name.
Check out 'Draw Curiosity' by Inés Dawson on YouTube or follow her on Instagram (@squeakcode).
Thanks for listening!
Anti-Vaxxers have been around for almost as long as vaccines. Kurtis and Jesse take a look back through time to discuss an on-again off-again movement that is affecting the health of millions around the planet.
If you want to learn more about the science of epidemiology, check out Dr. Jen Gardy on twitter: @jennifergardy