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Synopsis

Life. The Universe. And Nothing In Particular.

Episodes

  • 48 – Teaching with Jamie Lesesky pt. 2

    48 – Teaching with Jamie Lesesky pt. 2

    20/01/2021 Duration: 01h12min

    Jamie Lesesky, a teacher from Columbus, OH, is back for part two of the chat about education, innovation, connecting, and what makes for the best learning environment. Razz Wheat from Jackie O’s Brewing is the beer for this episode. The music at the end is The Whip by Idiot Glee.

  • 47 – Teaching with Jamie Lesesky pt. 1

    47 – Teaching with Jamie Lesesky pt. 1

    20/01/2021 Duration: 54min

    Jamie Lesesky, a teacher from Columbus, OH, was nice enough to visit with David during his tour and bring by some local Oil of Aphrodite Stout from Jackie O’s Brewing. They sit down and share some and talk about teaching, kids, education at large, and what makes a school good. A sketch with Joel Stern … Continue reading 47 – Teaching with Jamie Lesesky pt. 1

  • 228 — The Cold Atom Laboratory

    228 — The Cold Atom Laboratory

    17/08/2020 Duration: 38min

    Joining via Zoom from a lab here on earth, brilliant physicist Dr. David C. Aveline is back to talk about the Cold Atom Laboratory and the results of their experiments on the International Space Station. It’s an unbelievable achievement that should win a Nobel Prize if there’s any justice. You can read the article referenced … Continue reading 228 — The Cold Atom Laboratory

  • 227 — Multiple Sclerosis with Michelle Biloon

    227 — Multiple Sclerosis with Michelle Biloon

    10/08/2020 Duration: 01h49min

    Longtime comedy friend Michelle Biloon (@biloon), whose new album Permanent Hat is available now, joins via zoom to chat about having MS, comedy, creating a new album, staying safe during covid, how to avoid stress, and so much more. Plus some exciting announcements. Music at the end from Obscura Hail with Doomer.

  • 226 — Genetics with Dr. Alex Platt

    226 — Genetics with Dr. Alex Platt

    13/07/2020 Duration: 01h46min

    Dr. Alex Platt from the University of Pennsylvania is back to give some insight into the pandemic, what we can look forward to, how the science has progressed, and what all goes into developing a vaccine. We also chat about about genetics and race. Music at the end from Sean Auguste with Mindz.

  • 225 — In the ER during a Pandemic with Patrick Hughes pt. 2

    225 — In the ER during a Pandemic with Patrick Hughes pt. 2

    30/06/2020 Duration: 01h38min

    We last checked in with Dr. Patrick Hughes, who works in the ER in several hospitals in Massachusetts, at the beginning of the COVID19 Pandemic. How have things changed since then? Is there reason for optimism for the future? Find out these answers and much more. Music at the end from Nicole Atkins with AM … Continue reading 225 — In the ER during a Pandemic with Patrick Hughes pt. 2

  • 224 — Music  Theology with Matt Puckett

    224 — Music & Theology with Matt Puckett

    08/06/2020 Duration: 01h13min

    Matt Puckett (@mattdpuckett) is a prolific artist based in Brooklyn, NY. You may know him from Mother Falcon or his solo work as Brother Bear. Between attending protests he was nice enough to chat about making music, making a difference, growing up religious, studying Theology, and lots more. Music at the end from Rodriguez with … Continue reading 224 — Music & Theology with Matt Puckett

  • 223 — Thanatology with Cara Santa Maria

    223 — Thanatology with Cara Santa Maria

    18/05/2020 Duration: 01h46min

    Cara Santa Maria (@carasantamaria) is well-known in the science community. You might know her from Explorer, Brain Games, Bill Nye Saves The World, The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe podcast, or her own podcast, Talk Nerdy. She knows her stuff, and she’s currently getting a PhD in Clinical Psychology. We talk about that, Thanatology, the … Continue reading 223 — Thanatology with Cara Santa Maria

  • 222 — Art in a Pandemic with Penelope Clubb

    222 — Art in a Pandemic with Penelope Clubb

    12/05/2020 Duration: 01h44min

    She doesn’t like being in the spotlight and doesn’t like being called an artist, but Penelope Clubb is doing both of those things by being a guest this week. She’s incredibly creative, talented, and more than anything — kind. She’s been making masks for homeless friends during all of this as well as working at … Continue reading 222 — Art in a Pandemic with Penelope Clubb

  • 221 — Pandemic Updates from Australia with Dan Pritchard

    221 — Pandemic Updates from Australia with Dan Pritchard

    04/05/2020 Duration: 01h33min

    Dan Pritchard (@danfromorange) is the wizard behind the curtain who makes this show happen each week. He lives in a small city in Australia and works in a hospital. He also lives with someone who is vulnerable during this pandemic. So, what is life like for him currently? We chat over Zoom about this and … Continue reading 221 — Pandemic Updates from Australia with Dan Pritchard

  • 220 — Polyvagal Theory with Heidi Juniper

    220 — Polyvagal Theory with Heidi Juniper

    15/04/2020 Duration: 01h34min

    What is Polyvagal Theory? Could it be a useful tool in dealing with trauma or getting through a pandemic? Heidi Juniper was nice enough to chat via Zoom and discuss this, evolution, nature vs nurture, and lots more. Music the end from John Prine with Hello in There.

  • 219 — In the ER during COVID19 with Dr. Patrick Hughes

    219 — In the ER during COVID19 with Dr. Patrick Hughes

    06/04/2020 Duration: 01h35min

    What is it like as a doctor to work in an emergency room during a pandemic? Dr. Patrick Hughes, who is currently working at several facilities in Massachusetts, drops by to share some thoughts and give some valuable insight into what is happening. Music at the end from Drakulas with Dark Black from their new … Continue reading 219 — In the ER during COVID19 with Dr. Patrick Hughes

  • 218 – Perspectives with Myq Kaplan

    218 – Perspectives with Myq Kaplan

    31/03/2020 Duration: 01h30min

    How do you stay calm during a pandemic? What steps are you taking? The always insightful Myq Kaplan (@myqkaplan), whose new album AKA is available for pre-oder April 17th, connects via Zoom to share some helpful words of wisdom during an uncertain time. Music at the end from the late Joe Diffie with Home.

  • 217 – COVID-19 with Dr. Alexander Platt

    217 – COVID-19 with Dr. Alexander Platt

    24/03/2020 Duration: 01h14min

    Old friend and brilliant geneticist, Dr. Alex Platt, who now works the University of Pennsylvania, was nice enough to do a Zoom call and chat about the Coronavirus, where it may have started, how we may be able to stop it, and the nature of viruses. Music at the end from Kenny Rogers with Lucille.

  • 216 – Heuristics with Nick McCay pt. 2

    216 – Heuristics with Nick McCay pt. 2

    16/03/2020 Duration: 01h18min

    Nick McCay from Eclectic Spacewalk (@Espacewalk) is back, and the conversation gets much more philosophical over Purple Haze Raspberry Lager from Abita Brewing. Nonzero Sums, Heuristics, futurism, and so much more. Music at the end from Hazel English with Shaking.

  • 215 – Heuristics with Nick McCay pt. 1

    215 – Heuristics with Nick McCay pt. 1

    10/03/2020 Duration: 01h02min

    Nick McCay is the mind behind Eclectic Spacewalk (@ESpacewalk), which can’t be recommended enough, and he also worked in the news world after college. He stopped by to share some Purple Haze Raspberry Lager from Abita Brewing, share some stories and ponder a bit about life. Music at the end from Dan Luke and the … Continue reading 215 – Heuristics with Nick McCay pt. 1

  • 214 – Following Your Heart with Matt Knudsen pt. 2

    214 – Following Your Heart with Matt Knudsen pt. 2

    02/03/2020 Duration: 01h14min

    Part two with the great Matt Knudsen (@MattKnudsen) talking about life, creativity, making things, staying focused, and staying excited about what you’re doing. Music at the end from Elliott Smith with Big Nothing.

  • 213 – Following Your Heart with Matt Knudsen pt. 1

    213 – Following Your Heart with Matt Knudsen pt. 1

    24/02/2020 Duration: 51min

    Matt Knudsen (@mattknudsen) is a great comedian, actor and musician among many other things. He also runs marathons and is full of great insight on following your dreams, doing what makes you happy, staying content, and finding ways to stay invested in what you’re doing. No matter what your pursuit is, you’ll likely find some … Continue reading 213 – Following Your Heart with Matt Knudsen pt. 1

  • 212 – Evolutionary Biology  Psychology with Katie Goldin pt. 2

    212 – Evolutionary Biology & Psychology with Katie Goldin pt. 2

    18/02/2020 Duration: 01h12min

    Katie Goldin (@KatieGoldin) is back to chat more about biology, nature versus nurture, birds, and lots more – and it’s great. Music at the end from Corridor with Domino.

  • 211 – Evolutionary Biology  Psychology with Katie Goldin pt. 1

    211 – Evolutionary Biology & Psychology with Katie Goldin pt. 1

    10/02/2020 Duration: 01h06min

    Katie Goldin (@KatieGoldin) is the host of the Creature Feature podcast, and she also is the silly goose behind @probirdrights (not a goose) on twitter. She also studied Evolutionary Biology and Psychology at Harvard, and she was nice enough to stop by and share some Mind Haze IPA from Firestone Walker Brewing and talk about … Continue reading 211 – Evolutionary Biology & Psychology with Katie Goldin pt. 1

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