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The idea "NDN science" didn’t jump out at us right away but it’s central to the theme of this podcast. This show is about hope for our future and not taking life too seriously. It’s about learning how to listen and have conversations again. It's about exploring the problems that keep us up at night and every human's ability to observe deeply and understand how the world works. It’s a show where we have conversations about science...
and Indin' stuff.

NDN Science Show Annie Sorrell and Loga Fixico

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 19 Ratings

The idea "NDN science" didn’t jump out at us right away but it’s central to the theme of this podcast. This show is about hope for our future and not taking life too seriously. It’s about learning how to listen and have conversations again. It's about exploring the problems that keep us up at night and every human's ability to observe deeply and understand how the world works. It’s a show where we have conversations about science...
and Indin' stuff.

    #35 - Seasonal Rounds

    #35 - Seasonal Rounds

    Happy New Year! We're glad to be back. On today's podcast, we have a conversation about a concept called Seasonal Rounds. This idea is something expressed in one form or another by all humans and even people in the cities can't escape it. The changes we've observed in the seasons is one of the biggest influences we have upon any changes in our behavior so we thought it would be fun to explore it NDN Science Style... We dive into this topic with our own stories from Montana and disguss some of the science that surrounds this idea, and we even get into what this idea looked like for ancient Greeks.

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    Links & Resources:

    [The Reason for the Seasons](https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/seasons/en/)

    [Wim Hof](https://www.wimhofmethod.com/)

    [Berkes Diagram on page 1257](https://www.fws.gov/nativeamerican/pdf/tek-berkes-2000.pdf)

    [Toasted Sister Podcast](https://toastedsisterpodcast.com/)

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    • 1 hr 30 min
    #34 - Interview with Patrick Yawakie

    #34 - Interview with Patrick Yawakie

    Patrick Yawakie has been working on food sovereignty and voter awareness for years, and we finally got him on the show. We talked about lots of stuff including life, love, his current project called Decolonize Turtle Island, and as always, his three tips for being Indigenous in the modern world. Enjoy!

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    Links & Resources:

    [People's Food Sovereignty Program](https://www.facebook.com/PeoplesFoodSovereigntyProgram)

    [Decolonize Turtle Island](https://www.facebook.com/DecolonizeTurtleIsland)

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    • 2 hr 17 min
    #33 - The Biggest Flood Ever!

    #33 - The Biggest Flood Ever!

    This event was so epic! It's almost impossible for us to truly wrap our minds around but we do our best on today's episode. Although there have been other events of comparable size, this was potentially the largest flood event in Earth's history. The only other event that's potentially larger happened in Siberia. This "lake" carved a path through the Rocky Mountains that still frames the landscape around places like Missoula and Camas Prairie, MT. Enjoy!

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    Links & Resources:

    [Red Earth, White Lies by Vine Deloria Jr](https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/104671.Red_Earth_White_Lies)

    [Ice Age Flood Institute](https://iafi.org/)

    [Floodscapes Map](https://iafi.org/floods-features-map/)

    [Explore Ice-Age Floods and Glacial Features - An Interactive Map](https://iafi.org/floodscapes/)

    [Montana Natural History Center](https://www.montananaturalist.org/exhibits/explore-glacial-lake-missoula/)

    [Mystery of the Megaflood on Nova](https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/megaflood/lake.html)

    [Post-Glacial Radiocarbon Ages for the Southern Cordilleran Ice Sheet](https://www.openquaternary.com/articles/10.5334/oq.55/)

    [Glacial Lake Missoula Documentary 1](https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=11&v=8w_uTgXv-0c&feature=emb_logo)

    [Glacial Lake Missoula Documentary 2](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJo8m4oKc6k)

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    • 1 hr 24 min
    #32 - Interview with Devon Parfait

    #32 - Interview with Devon Parfait

    He's a fellow GIS nerd, future chief of his people, and currently working on studying coastal land loss to help those that are most at risk of the dangers of sea-level rise. Today we welcomed Devon Parfait onto the show and although Annie wasn't able to be there, we're glad to highlight his story.

    Here are some of the main ideas we talked about:
    - Devon's research on coastal land loss and it's impacts in Louisiana
    - How he got into GIS and his love of science
    - His childhood experience with finding out he would be chief one day
    - The Nature/Nurture dichotomy and balance in the modern world
    - The ups and downs of modern technology and social media
    - Police brutality and the complex conversations we need to have about it
    - Louisiana tribes and the challenges of restoring coastlines
    - His love of people and psychology, and his passion for film and acting
    - The value of seeing different perspectives and hard conversations
    - His 3 Tips for Being Indigenous in the Modern World

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    Links and Resources:

    [Supersymmetry](https://home.cern/science/physics/supersymmetry)

    [News Feed Eradicator (Chrome Extension)](https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/news-feed-eradicator-for/fjcldmjmjhkklehbacihaiopjklihlgg)

    [Accelerated Learning Techniques Workbook](https://www.scribd.com/document/356138901/Accelerated-Learning-Techniques-Workbook-pdf)

    [Accelerated Learning Techniques Index](http://www.nlpinfocentre.com/downloads/mar2015/Colin%20Rose%20-%20Accelerated%20Learning.pdf)

    [Katharine Hayhoe](http://www.katharinehayhoe.com/wp2016/)

    [The Coddling of the American Mind](https://www.thecoddling.com/)

    [12 Rules for Life](https://www.jordanbpeterson.com/12-rules-for-life/)

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    • 1 hr 48 min
    #31 - What a Crazy Year!

    #31 - What a Crazy Year!

    We realized that we needed to do a bit of an update about where we've been over the last year and although we meant to keep it short, we started talking politics... you know how that goes. We talked about life, love, and sadness. We share about what we've been up to and where we're going, and then we went down the political rabbit hole for about twenty minutes. Enjoy!

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    #30 - Scary Stories to Tell on the Rez

    #30 - Scary Stories to Tell on the Rez

    We're back! And thank you so much for all of the support over the past year while we've been reorganizing, reenergizing, and generally getting our shit together. This episode is all about scary stories. Enjoy!

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    Links and Resources:

    [List of Indigenous Scary Movies](https://junkee.com/spooky-indigenous-movies/275584)

    [Shudder (Stream Scary Movies)](https://www.shudder.com/)

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    • 1 hr 45 min

Customer Reviews

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19 Ratings

19 Ratings

diana! truong! ,

So much love for this podcast! 💞

I’m a first-generation college student and this podcast has really helped me decolonize my exploration in studying science as a woman of color. I’ve listened to almost every episode, and love sharing this series with any friend and mentor who wants to listen 🌸🌷✨ thank you SOOOOO much!! :))) Instagram @iamdianatruong

Kaito Lopez ,

My favorite podcast

Came across this podcast by typing in "ethnobotany" on my Spotify. Ever since then I've been a big fan of this podcast and I've learned so much about indigenous sovereignty, food for thought type of issues, and how to be indigenous in the modern world. So grateful for learning a lot from them and their guests, keep up the hard work!

HLWoodlet ,

Love it!!

Found it during a search for Robin Kimmerer, who is one of my favorite authors, but all the other episodes are good too. Also love the name NdN Science :)

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