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Each week Mitch and Greg of AsapSCIENCE explain the science behind a new subject. Using studies, anecdotes and interviews to keep you entertained while *BAM* simultaneously LEARNING!
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    Antigen Tests: WTF Are They?!

    Antigen Tests: WTF Are They?!

    Today we are talking about rapid antigen tests. What are they? On a molecular level how do they work? Are they less affective for Omicron? and essentially just everything you need to know about these things that are now a huge part of our gosh darn lives.
    What did we learn this week? 4:41
    Quitting smoking and weight gain 5:00
    Little piggy makes you have sensitive feet 12:14
    Studytime: 18:12

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    The James Webb Space Telescope: Everything You Need To Know!!!

    The James Webb Space Telescope: Everything You Need To Know!!!

    Today we are talking about the James Webb Space Telesecope! Which personally I think is one of the most important space ventures of our lifetime. We're talking to Sarah Gallagher, who is a science advisor for the Canadian space agency but most importantly she's a professor of astronomy who will actually be able to explain to us something WAY above our pay grade.
    What did we learn this week: 1:42
    First ever major meta analysis on the impact of micro plastics in our diets 1:55
    This telescope will be able to look 13.5 billions years in to the past 11:08
    Studytime 15:42


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    Brain Fog And Depersonalization

    Brain Fog And Depersonalization

    Today we are talking about brain fog. What it is, what you can do about it, how its related to covid19, as well as depersonalization. What happens to your body during derealization.
    What did we learn this week? 2:52
    How brain mapping works 4:03
    If you picture anything in the room around you, you can imagine what it feels like in your mouth 8:33
    Zoom fatigue 9:23
    Studytime:15:39

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    • 47 min
    Protein Powder: Is It Dangerous?

    Protein Powder: Is It Dangerous?

    Today we are talking about protein powder. We're gunna talk about the science of what's inside them, the dangers of them, are they regulated? and also how to tell if you're being ripped off by the actual protein content. It's a controversial subject and we are here to make it make sense.
    What did we learn this week: 4:09
    How flexing can change your body 5:29
    Nutmeg was so valuable it could buy you a full ship 10:21
    Humans develop ass hole first: 14:00
    Studytime: 14:58

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    Vegans: Why Do People Make Fun Of Them?

    Vegans: Why Do People Make Fun Of Them?

    Today we are talking about Vegans. We're going to be having a chat about peoples perception on them and why some people maybe a lot of people don't like them. But we are also going to be taking about the health benefits. What happens to your body, what happens to aging and is there correlations to anxiety and depression when it comes to veganism.
    What did we learn this week? 2:56
    Updates in the pandemic 3:25
    The reason Homo sapiens took out the Neanderthals is because of dogs 7:06
    In America kids between 4 and 7 years old, 40% of them think that Hot dogs, Bacon and Hamburgers come from plants 11:12
    Studytime: 16:47

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    Eating Ass: Is It Safe? (NSFW)

    Eating Ass: Is It Safe? (NSFW)

    Today we are talking about Analingus or tossing thine salad. If there are any kids in the car or around its NOT for them. Its a sexual health episode. We are going to explain the science of why it feels so good. why some people might not like it, why it could potentially be dangerous and the history of where it all came from.
    What Did We Learn This Week: 4:47
    There is enough oxygen on the moon to keep billions of people alive for 100 thousand years 4:45
    HEPA filters in hospital wards are reducing the transmission of SARS CoV2 10:15
    Studytime: 14:11

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