Science topics, news, and explanations from coast to coast. Start your week off every other Wednesday with a science and humor podcast for both scientists and those less scientifically inclined! There's always something new to learn! Hosted by Heather, Janet, and Logan. Sometimes NSFW.
Episode 3: Interview with a Scientist - Patricia Tavormina
Welcome back to another episode of Interview with a Scientist! For this episode, Heather interviews Patricia Tavormina who has worked on everything from bivalves near thermal vents to the humane genome project to natural resource disasters. Tune in to hear about Patty's scientific breakthroughs and learn where she's heading next in her career! Patty holds a PhD, has taught at Cal Tech, and is currently releasing her debut novel "Aerovoyant".
Episode 15: Cauldron Bubbles - The Science of Witchcraft
Heather and Logan are back to talk about the science of witches and witchcraft! Grab your brooms and clean your cauldrons, because these pals take a dive into the history and context of witches and witchcraft. Listen to learn about what eye of newt, tongue of dog, and adder's fork actually are; and the conflicting theories on what the deal is with witches' hats. Love the pod? Go over to Apple Podcasts and rate us 5 stars to help boost CTCS! Thanks for listening! Keep sciencing!
Episode 15 Halloween Teaser
Just a little teaser for our Halloween-themed episode... stay tuned!
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First time listening and picked episode 3. The guest was interesting/educational. I felt a bit uncomfortable with the person giving interview constantly saying “yeah! Cool”. You’ll hear it over and over with a awkward pause after. If person interviewing could give better response with some good context during conversation flow….I may continue listening to this show. Not trying to be rude but help us listeners out by asking more questions that could feed our curiosities and keep us coming back. I thought the guest was great and appreciated her presence. Thank you for having her as a guest.
Love that they break down complex topics and try to see the topic from different angles!
was scrolling for a new podcast to listen to & came across this gem - such a blast, and interesting, love it :)