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Dr. Thom Linley is a marine biologist specializing in the fishes of the deepest places on earth. He was part of the team that discovered the world's deepest fish, the Mariana snailfish, and many other firsts. He prefers to send cameras down to see deep-sea fish alive and in their own world. He is the co-host of The Deep-Sea Podcast.

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The Deep-Sea Podcast A couple of deep-sea scientists talk everything deep sea! Interesting facts, recent news, myth-busting and interviews with the most interesting people we know.
Science Magazine Podcast Weekly podcasts from Science Magazine, the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary.
Overheard at National Geographic Come dive into one of the curiously delightful conversations overheard at National Geographic’s headquarters, as we follow explorers, photographers, and scientists to the edges of our big, weird, beautiful world. Hosted by Peter Gwin and Amy Briggs.
Big Picture Science The surprising connections in science and technology that give you the Big Picture. Astronomer Seth Shostak and science journalist Molly Bentley are joined each week by leading researchers, techies, and journalists to provide a smart and humorous take on science. Our regular "Skeptic Check" episodes cast a critical eye on pseudoscience.
60-Second Science Leading science journalists cover some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a deeper audio dive you can subscribe to Science Talk. To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast

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Deep-Sea Mining: A Look At Both Sides of the Issue Deep-sea mining, the removal of valuable minerals from the seabed, is rapidly becoming a reality.
It's an extremely complex topic with a lot to consider. This playlist tries to voice the multiple sides as fairly as possible.
The Deep-Sea Podcast
The Weirdest Weather You've Never Heard About Ever heard of a stormquake? What about thundersnow? A meteotsunami? No, these are not the names of neo-metal rock bands breaking onto the music scene, but actually some of the strangest phenomena happening on our planet! Join the Weather Channel's Weather Geeks podcast to hear all about the world's weirdest and wackiest weather. Dr. Marshall Shepherd interviews meteorological experts to hear about their new discoveries and their favorite weather anomalies! Geek out over dangerous storms, high winds, and adorable little sun dogs to learn all about Earth's coolest spectacles with Weather Geeks. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
Seaspiracy - groundbreaking documentary, oversimplification or propaganda? The Netflix documentary Seaspiracy paints a grim picture of global ocean health, leaping from topics as varied as plastic pollution, slavery, whale hunting, fish farming and industrial fishing.
Many experts (even those that appear in it) have criticised the film for oversimplifying the issues and drawing cause and effect where there isn't any.

This playlist includes experts discussing the film and the claims made in it and then moves into more general discussion about the film's motivation or agenda.
The Deep-Sea Podcast
Audio Guide: Preparing Yourself For An Earthquake This compilation of audio guides will help you prepare yourself in the event of a devastating earthquake. From mild quakes to nightmare scenarios, listen and mentally ready yourself for a natural disaster that no one can ever truly predict. Vurbl Safety & Survival: Stories From The Wild

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You 2.0: How To See Yourself Clearly How well do we know ourselves? Maybe the better question to ask is how well can we truly know ourselves? Psychologist Tim Wilson says introspection only gets us so far, and that we often make important decisions in life and love for reasons we don't even realize. But he says there are some simple ways to improve our self-knowledge. If you like this show, be sure to check out our other work, including our two recent episodes on how our mindsets shape our lives in subtle but profound ways. Episode 1 looks at  how we respond to stress, and episode 2 examines how our beliefs about food and exercise affect our bodies. Also, if you'd like to support our work, you can do so at support.hiddenbrain.org. Thanks!
Violence increases in hot weather. “Cease-fire” days could help During cease-fire events, community members call for a pause in violent conflicts. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/
Cull cow feeding during drought Dr. Jim White with MFA talks about his experiences feeding cull cows.  We focus quite a bit on feeding the drought stressed cows on this weeks podcast.
668: Searching the Sediments to Uncover Sources of Food and Water for Early Humans - Dr. Gail Ashley Dr. Gail Ashley is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Rutgers University. She is Undergraduate Program Director and Director of the Quaternary Studies Graduate Certificate Program. Early humans are known to have originated in East Africa. Gail works alongside paleoanthropologists to uncover and better understand records of these early humans. As a geologist, Gail focuses on providing context about the environment these early hominins lived in, including the climate, potential foods, and water sources. Gail lives on a property in New Jersey with plentiful woods, and she heats her home with a wood-burning stove. One of the things that helps Gail relax is spending time outside splitting, stacking, and storing firewood. She received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Geology from the University of Massachusetts and completed her Ph.D. at the University of British Columbia. After receiving her Ph.D., Gail accepted a faculty position at Rutgers, and she has been a faculty member there for 39 years. Gail has received many awards and honors during her career including the Sedimentary Geology Division of the Geological Society of America’s Laurence L. Sloss award for her lifetime achievements in sedimentary geology, as well as an Outstanding teaching award from the Association of Women Geoscientists. She has also served as President of the Society for Sedimentary Geologists, President of the Geological Society of America, President of the Society of Economic and Petroleum Mineralogists, and President of the American Geosciences Institute. In addition, Gail has served as Editor-in Chief of the Journal of Sedimentary Research. In our interview, Gail tells us more about her journey through life and science.
Observing With Webb - August Episode Welcome to Observing With Webb, where a high school astronomy teacher tells you what you’re looking at, why it’s so cool, and what you should check out later this month…at night.   2022 is the summer of morning planets!  Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and Venus are all quite prominent, with Mercury stopping by in June.  Throughout the summer, get up early to see the weeks where the Moon drives by the planets, and maybe catch a few meteors in August, as some of the planets return to the evening skies.    Sunset – only in August: Mercury – All of August, look W right after sunset and you might be able to catch Mercury less than 10˚ above the horizon, the first “star” appearing at dusk in that direction. Saturn – The beginning of the ringed planet’s nightfall appearance schedule is August.  August 1st it rises at 9:30pm in the ESE, and is already up in the SE about 10˚ above the horizon at month’s end.    We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Travelers in the Night Eps. 623 & 624: Arecibo & Incoming Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. travelersinthenight.org Today's 2 topics: - We all will miss this scientific treasure. - Greg Leonard discovered 623’ diameter 2020 XU6.   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Astronomy Cast Ep. 167: Future Civilizations http://www.astronomycast.com/archive/ From December 7, 2009. Let’s assume that humans survive the next few hundred years without destroying ourselves, or the planet, and we actually become a space faring civilization. What kinds of challenges will we face, and what projects will we build to expand ourselves out into the Solar System and eventually the galaxy. You just need to think big.   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Episode 182: He’s not a scientist, okay? On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Gem, Ashlyn, Lauren, and Laura give a primer on some astronomical pseudosciences, including astrology, the expanding Earth theory, the hollow Earth hypothesis, and the effects of the full moon on human health.
Life, the Universe & Everything Else is a podcast that explores the intersection of science and society.
Astrology: Is Astrology Real? Here’s What Science Says (Scientific American) | Astrology and Horoscopes Uncloaked (Relatively Interesting) | Astrology is bullsh*t. NASA’s scathing takedown perfectly explains why. (Mic) | Horoscope (Wikipedia) | List of astrological traditions, types, and systems (Wikipedia) | Astrology (Wikipedia) | Zodiac (Wikipedia) | Free Astrology Reports: Natal Chart, Compatibility, Future (Cafe Astrology) | Understanding the Free Natal Chart Report (Cafe Astrology)
Lunacy: Full Moon Effects: What Research Has Discovered (Healthline) | Lunacy and the Full Moon (Scientific American) | Lunar effect (Wikipedia)
Expanding Earth: Alfred Wegener’s Hypothesis on Continental Drift and Its Discussion in Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen (Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research) | Limits to the expansion of Earth, Moon, Mars and Mercury and to changes in the gravitational constant (Nature) | What’s Hitting Earth? (NASA Science Mission Directorate) | It’s a small world, after all: Earth is not expanding, NASA research confirms (ScienceDaily) | Debate with Hollow-Earth Proponent Neal Adams (NeuroLogica Blog) | Expanding Earth (Wikipedia) | Continental drift (Wikipedia) | Plate tectonics (Wikipedia) | J. Marvin Herndon (Wikipedia) | Neal Adams (Wikipedia) | Finally: The Utter Insanity of ‘Batman: Odyssey,’ Part 6 (Comics Alliance)
Hollow Earth: Hollow Earth (Wikipedia) | John Cleves Symmes Jr. (Wikipedia) | John Cleves Symmes: Believer in hollow Earth theory sent this open letter (Slate) | Our Rich History: The Earth’s not flat, it’s… hollow? (Northern Kentucky Tribune) | Canadian Geography (Statistics Canada)
Face Mite Update: Human Follicular Mites: Ectoparasites Becoming Symbionts (Molecular Biology and Evolution) | Face mites are losing genes (Popular Science)
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Episode 288: Mystery Invertebrates Thanks to Joel for suggesting this week's topic!

Happy birthday to Fern this week!

Further reading:

Small, rare crayfish thought extinct is rediscovered in cave in Huntsville city limits

Hundreds of three-eyed 'dinosaur shrimp' emerge after Arizona monsoon

An invertebrate mystery track in South Africa

The case of the mysterious holes in the sea floor

Contemplating the Con Rit

The Shelton Cave crayfish, rediscovered:



The three-eyed "tadpole shrimp" or "dinosaur shrimp," triops [photo from article linked above]:



A leech track in South Africa [photo from article linked above]:



A track, or at least a series of holes, discovered in the deep seafloor [photos from article linked above]:





Show transcript:
Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I’m your host, Kate Shaw.
Thanks to Joel who suggested we do an episode about mystery invertebrates! It took me a while, but I think you’re really going to like this episode. Some of the mysteries are solved and some are not, but they’re all fun.
Before we get to the mystery animals, though, we have a birthday shout-out! A great big happy birthday to Fern! I hope you have your favorite type of birthday cake or other treat and get to enjoy it with your loved ones.
Our first mystery starts in a cave near Huntsville, Alabama in the southern United States, which is in North America. Shelta Cave is a relatively small cave system, only about 2,500 feet long, or 760 meters. That’s about half a mile. It’s a nature preserve now but in the early 1900s it was used as an underground dance hall with a bar and everything.
Biologist John Cooper studied the cave’s aquatic ecosystem in the 1960s when he was doing his dissertation work. His wife Martha helped him since they were both active cavers. At the time, the cave ecosystem was incredibly diverse, including three species of crayfish. One was called the Shelta Cave crayfish, which was only a few inches long, or about 5 cm, mostly translucent or white since it didn’t have any pigment in its body, and with long, thin pincers.
It was rarer than the cave’s other two crayfish species, and unlike them it had only ever been found in Shelta Cave. From 1963 to 1975, only 115 individuals had been confirmed in repeated studies of the cave’s ecosystem.
Then, in the 1970s, several things happened that caused a serious decline in the diversity of life in the cave.
The first was development of the land around the cave into subdivisions, which meant that more pesticides were used on lawns and flower beds, which made its way into the groundwater that entered the cave. It also meant more people discovering the cave and going in to explore, which was disturbing a population of gray bats who also lived in the cave. To help the bats and keep people out, the park service put a gate over the entrance, but the initial gate’s design wasn’t a very good one. It kept people out but it also made it harder for the bats to go in and out, and eventually the bats gave up and moved out of the cave completely. This really impacted the cave’s ecosystem, since bats bring a lot of nutrients into a cave with their droppings and the occasional bat who dies and falls to the cave floor.
The psychology behind our addiction to travel The tourism industry has been consistently growing for decades thanks to the human desire to visit faraway places and explore. But our globetrotting ways are having a negative impact on the environment. Are we capable of change? (This episode has been republished and updated).
Capitalism and Democracy in Post-Industrial America (Glenn Loury, John McWhorter, and Richard Wolff) A special announcement from Glenn ... Richard’s journey from quiet Marxist to public intellectual ... Why Youngstown, Ohio was left behind ... Richard: Capitalist ownership is inherently anti-democratic ... Richard’s critique of Hayekian libertarianism ... Pecuniary externalities vs. objective externalities ... Socialism’s historical track record ... Employees as stakeholders ... The rise of the right in the wake of the New Deal and WWII ... The Glenn Show’s new partnership with the Manhattan Institute ...
A Biden Comeback? (Robert Wright & Mickey Kaus) Rip Van Kaus awakens to a frightening new reality ... Bob and Mickey scan the dial for better Christian music ... Did the Taliban sell out Ayman al-Zawahiri? ... Bob: Weapons sent to Ukraine will end up in US extremists’ hands ... Why did Nancy Pelosi go to Taiwan? ... If Trump had been reelected, would Putin have invaded Ukraine? ... Ukraine War update ... Are pro-choice Kansas voters also pro-Democrat? ... Mickey: My fears about Democratic midterm gains look more and more realistic ... Joe Manchin zags his way into supporting BBB ... Biden manages to avoid stagflation (for now) ... Parrot Room preview: Joe Rogan, Alex Jones, Brittney Griner, Monkeypox, Jonah Goldberg, the (possible) fascism of JD Vance and Blake Masters, Mickey’s beef with Chris Murphy, Mikey’s defense of mansplaining, the end of social media, a small wrinkle in the midterms, Obnoxious Use of the Word “Agency” of the Week, the third party question, John Fetterman, and the LIV Tour antitrust suit ...
Selecting plants to use in a bird-friendly garden Another Bonus episode - the audio of a live stream where Grant Williams and Dr. Holly Parsons suggest some plants they like to use in a bird and wildlife-friendly garden, and give some design tips. Grant draws upon his knowledge as a horticulturist to suggest an approach to structure, and to suggest a few plants from each category that he suggests using stratification as a major design principle - thinking like a bird! Holly draws upon her experince with the Birds In Backyards program to add more useful species suggestions. If you are designing or improving a bird-friendly garden, listening to this episode will be time well spent. You can find the video of this episode at thebirdemergency.com/YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  You can support the show by making a contribution by buying Grant a coffee here - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency Image credit - MainlandQuokka, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
You Can't Hide | EPP Bonus Episode 417 What happens when two cousins get together to recount the memorable sleepovers they had 30+ years ago as children? What dark memories still haunt them to this day?

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Negative Emotions | True Ghost Stories Did the negative and depressed emotions of an individual conjure or create a dark entity?
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“He was in a negative place mentally and emotionally. One night he started to wake up suddenly and would see a dark figure near his bedside. Shortly after waking, the figure would disappear. This went on for weeks before he told me, but something happened, he just couldn't ignore. He woke up with scratches on his leg after seeing this figure at his bedside one night. We tried to debunk it by checking the spacing between the scratches and comparing them to the cats and dogs in the house. We couldn't recreate this; it just wasn't possible. We concluded that this wasn't a coincidence and it had to be related. That day I told him we had to visit a little shop I frequented as a kid as I knew we needed to fill his room with religious objects for protection such as a few rosaries and blessed mother statues. Ever since we bought these items, nothing has happened! We were talking to a friend of ours who happens to be newly religious, about the experience and he said something that gave me a horrible feeling. He told us that the bible details that "the devil will come to you at your lowest point" to try and steal your soul or something to that effect. I told him that I knew this was detailed in the bible, but I always thought it was a metaphor or something!”



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Only Survivor | RGSO Classic Did a sole survivor of a tragic accident receive a message from those who perished?
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“I have not listened in a while but use to faithfully and just recently picked back up on episodes, to catch up on what all I have missed. So back in December 2020 I had a friend that I have not talked to in a while pass away. She was in a bad car wreck. There was four women in the car and a baby. ALL the women died. The 2-year-old was the only survivor. (Miracle) fast forward 19 days from the accident. One evening my boyfriend was at work. It was like 630pm, and I was cleaning around the house. I had already taken my afternoon nap, so I was not tired by any means. I had my stereo basting and was in a groove. I also have dinner going. Suddenly, I feel so tired like something zapped every bit of energy I had and felt as if I needed to lay down. So, I go into my bedroom turn my music down and sit on the edge of my bed. I am grabbed my phone and next thing I know I'm asleep. I am asleep now. I open my eyes in my sleep and I am in a field of grass that’s tall like to my knees tall.”



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"Velvet ants" The Mutillidae are a family of more than 7,000 species of wasps whose wingless females resemble large, hairy ants. Their common name velvet ant refers to their dense pile of hair, which most often is bright scarlet or orange, but may also be black, white, silver, or gold. Their bright colors serve as aposematic signals. They are known for their extremely painful stings
Truffle-Hunting Birds With their excellent sense of smell, pigs are renowned for sniffing out truffles, a fungus that grows underground and is prized for its taste. But it turns out that some bird species can also find their way to a truffle treat. Researchers working in the Patagonia region of Chile had noticed truffles with little beak-sized bite marks, and even watched a bird eat a truffle. They found truffle DNA in the birds’ droppings, suggesting that truffles are a staple of the birds’ diet. Some of the fungi species eaten by the Patagonian birds look like berries that grow locally, which might help birds see them better. More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
What Do Desert Birds Drink? In the desert Southwest, water can be scarce. Yet some birds, like this Black-throated Sparrow, thrive in a scorching landscape. The birds obtain moisture from foods like nectar and fruit, as well as insects and other prey. They tuck into the shade in the heat of the day, so they won’t lose water in panting. And they have extremely efficient kidneys, so they excrete almost no liquid. Amazing!The soundscapes featured in today’s show were recorded by Gordon Hempton and provided courtesy of QuietPlanet.com.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
How High Birds Fly II Bar-headed Geese, champions of high-altitude migration, leave their nesting grounds in Tibet and scale the Himalayan range on their way to wintering grounds in the lowlands of India. How do they do it? These geese have a breathing structure that extracts oxygen from thin air, even at 30,000 feet. Inhaled air passes through the lungs and is temporarily stored in several sacs, then circulated back through the lungs. The capillaries in their breast muscles are more numerous than in other birds, providing the muscles with a greater supply of oxygen.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
Crypto Terrestrials How many times have you looked at someone and thought could that person be an alien? Well in this episode we talk about crypto terrestrials, a civilization living among us. Could aliens be here this entire time, could they be on our earth or underwater? What if they have been walking among us this entire time?
Space Policy Edition: Lori Garver on Bringing Change to NASA As NASA’s deputy administrator, Lori Garver fought to cancel the Constellation program and shift NASA to use commercial partnerships in spaceflight. She failed at the first but succeeded at the second. She joins the show to discuss the lessons she learned from her time at NASA, key strategies for bringing change to a reticent bureaucracy, and the ways in which NASA should serve the nation and the public. Discover more here: https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/lori-garver-bringing-change-to-nasaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dynamite Parasites, with Dr. Bobbi Pritt (JCM ed.) Dr. Bobbi Pritt aka @parasitegal, creator of the blog Creepy Dreadful Wonderful Parasites, is a pathologist and clinical microbiologist with specialty interests in parasitic and vector-borne infections, and the pathology of infectious diseases. Dr. Pritt discusses her career and how she became an expert in clinical parasitology, her work internationally and how others can participate in global health work and how technology (digital pathology, AI, automation, etc.) will affect the lab and technicians in the future. This episode of Editors in Conversation is brought to you by the Journal of Clinical Microbiology and hosted by JCM Editor in Chief, Alex McAdam and Dr. Elli Theel. The Journal of Clinical Microbiology is available at asm.org/jcm. Follow EIC, Alex McAdam on twitter for JCM updates at twitter.com/JClinMicro and co-host, Elli Theel at twitter.com/ellitheelphd. Visit journals.asm.org/journal/jcm to read articles and/or submit a manuscript. Subscribe to Editors in Conversation (free) on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Spotify, Email.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Monkeypox As July 26, the world has documented 19,188 cases of monkeypox, with 3,591 cases in the US alone, making the US the country with the most known infections amid the global outbreak. The WHO has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. Although this disease has been known for years, certain features suggest that we are facing a unique outbreak of monkeypox with the potential for worldwide spreading. In this special podcast edition of Editors in Conversation we will discuss the diagnosis and treatment of monkeypox with experts in the field who have dealt with significant number of cases in the US. Topics: • The significance of the monkeypox outbreak • The approach for the diagnosis of monkeypox • The treatment approaches and prevention tools for monkeypox This special episode is brought to you by Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy journals. Hosts: - Cesar A. Arias, Editor in Chief of AAC, - Dr. Elli Theel, Editor of JCM This podcast is supported by the American Society for Microbiology, which publishes both JCM and AAC. Don’t forget to check the latest issues of JCM and AAC with outstanding papers on microbial diagnostics, mechanisms of resistance, pharmacology of antimicrobial agents, epidemiology and clinical therapeutics, among others. Joining us to discuss this important topic are: • Jason Zucker, MD. Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center and Infectious Diseases physician at New York-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center • Benjamin Pinsky, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology and of Medicine (Infectious Diseases). Stanford University, palo Alto, CA. Medical Director of the Clinical Virology Laboratory for Stanford Health Care and the Stanford Children’s Health.
I Think I Just Saw a Bigfoot! (Part 2) - Bigfoot Eyewitness Episode 340 Tonight’s show is a continuation from last week’s show. On last week’s show, Eric Green shared several of the experiences he and his friends have had, with Sasquatch, in various places that are well-known for Sasquatch activity. Last week’s show ended with Eric telling us about an unnerving experience he and his friend, Steven, had in the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Tonight’s show starts from there.If you’d like to check out my new Bigfoot show, called "My Bigfoot Sighting," you can listen using your favorite podcast app. Here's a link to the My Bigfoot Sighting Channel on Spotify...https://open.spotify.com/show/2gomYbQG2gM6gPFakCQYNL?si=M0dm3bDfR_ShTiJcHPWoyw&dl_branch=1If you've had a Sasquatch sighting and would like to be a guest on Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio, please go to https://www.BigfootEyewitness.com and submit a report.If you've had a Sasquatch sighting and would like to be a guest on My Bigfoot Sighting, please go to https://www.MyBigfootSighting.com and let me know.If you’d like to help support the show, by buying your own Bigfoot Eyewitness t-shirt or sweatshirt, please visit the Bigfoot Eyewitness Show Store, by going to https://Dogman-Encounters.MyShopify.comI produce 3 other podcasts that are available for listening on your favorite podcast app. If you haven’t checked them out, already, here are links to them…My Bigfoot Sighting https://www.spreaker.com/show/my-bigfoot-sightingDogman Encounters https://www.spreaker.com/show/dogman-encounters-radio_2My Paranormal Experience https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyxVu8_b4yxLHcZ1fNPmRkA/videosThanks, as always, for listening!
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Making your tax dollars work after fires and floods Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernandez (D-NM-3), a native of Las Vegas, NM, deeply understands the challenges and strengths of rural people in northern New Mexico. She's been working to bring money to those whose property and livelihoods have been damaged by the recent wildfires and floods, and to build resilience––heathy soil and water practices––to provide more fire, flood, and drought resistance in the future. But getting federal money, and then distributing it to those who need it, is not an easy task. We discuss the needs, the daunting bureaucracies, and the short and longer term goals for restoring land and protecting communities.
Could you eat an animal that does it in the missionary position? Ann revisits the release site of a bunch of (almost extinct) Murray Crayfish to find out the crays have been completing sexy rhythmic gymnastics in the mud on the bottom of the murray river.
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The Lost Oak of the Chisos: In Big Bend, a Win for Biodiversity Has Global Resonance “These are the days of miracle and wonder, and don&#8217;t cry, baby, don&#8217;t cry.” Those lines from a Paul Simon song resonate in a time of unprecedented and heartbreaking developments. Weather events that would once have been unheard of are &hellip; Continue reading &rarr; Hosted by for KRTS
339 Leadership Roundtable: Part 1 with Sarah Thiel, RDH and Josey Sewell, RDH On this episode of A Tale of Two Hygienists Andrew is joined in a roundtable format by Sarah Thiel, RDH and Josey Sewell, RDH to discuss being a strong leader in running your business.    There was so much great conversation in this episode that we decided to make it 2! This is part 1 of 2.        Episode Highlights The Journey   An example for our kids  Celebrating our team How to be a strong leader The challenges   Quotes “Who starts their business in the middle of a pandemic? I do!”    “I’m going to build this software company, stay home, and go to the pool with my kids, that is not what happened.”    “I need to know how my team members like to receive love, a team member may prefer a hand written thank you, over a bonus.”    “We need to celebrate the 99% and forget the 1%.”    “Being a parent has helped me be a better boss.”    “No matter how good of a communicator we are, we may not communicate in the right way, or at the right time.”    “Sometimes I come home from work and I don’t want to make one more decision, I am done.”    “As a team member we sometimes do not assume the best in others.”    “You are right the money is coming into the practice, but it is going right back out, don’t be a diva, if you want money, you need to work harder.”  Links   https://www.cezoom.com/  https://www.joyfullpeople.com/
“Peri-Implant Soft and Hard Tissue Deficiencies Part 2” Fast Facts: Perio Edition On this week’s episode of Fast Facts - Perio Edition, Katrina Sanders, continues her discussion around Peri-Implant soft and hard tissue deficiencies, today discussing Peri-Implant failure.    Quotes:    “Remember, when we talk about peri-implant failure, it's critical for us as clinicians to ensure that we are assessing potential challenges that could be in the soft or the hard tissues around a dental implant.”   “Research now is telling us that dental implants have 80% less attachment apparatus around them when compared with teeth.”     Resources:   DentistRX: https://www.dentistrx.com  More Fast Facts: https://www.ataleoftwohygienists.com/fast-facts/    Katrina Sanders Website: https://www.katrinasanders.com  Katrina Sanders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedentalwinegenist/    Renvert, Stefan, G. Rutger Persson, Flavia Q. Pirih, and Paulo M. Camargo. "Peri‐implant health, peri‐implant mucositis, and peri‐implantitis: Case definitions and diagnostic considerations." Journal of clinical periodontology 45 (2018): S278-S285.
343 Leadership Roundtable: Part 2 with Sarah Thiel, RDH and Josey Sewell, RDH On this episode of A Tale of Two Hygienists Andrew is joined in a roundtable format by Sarah Thiel, RDH and Josey Sewell, RDH to discuss being a strong leader in running your business.    There was so much great conversation in this episode that we decided to make it 2! This is part 2 of 2, make sure you listen to part 1!   Episode Highlights Processing the Bad Being a Thought Leader Effective Communication  Dental Groups   Quotes “Turn it from something that happened to you, to something that happened for you.”    “Being a leader isn’t time management, it is energy management.”    “We can’t just sit back and complain about a dentist or office manager if they are not communicating with us, we need to communicate that with them.”    “You don’t have to have a specific title to lead, sometimes it just takes one person.”    “I think groups are a really good thing for the industry.” Links   @hygienistinheels on Instagram hygienistinheels@gmail.com  @cezoom on Instagram sarah@cezoom.com    https://www.cezoom.com/  https://www.joyfullpeople.com/
TIPisode Caries Risk Assessment with Rafael Rondon, RDH This TIPisode is brought to you in part by GC America! We are joined by Mr.RDH, Rafael Rondon, RDH. Rafael talks to us about caries risk assessment protocols.    Episode Highlights Caries Assessment The Why Child Assessments  Medication Interactions MI Paste and MI Paste Plus MI Paste Kids Links: GC America: www.gcamerica.com ADA Forms: https://www.ada.org/-/media/project/ada-organization/ada/ada-org/files/resources/public-programs/give-kids-a-smile/gkas_caries_risk_assessment_forms.pdf?rev=4b2191e7b6a4485aa0dbe6455cc00512&hash=431971C5061B2EF093A33C43E3BC59B5 Mr. RDH Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1597081893837067
Frank Drake’s Cosmic Road Map Are we alone in the universe? It’s a question we’ve been asking for millennia. Now we’re on the cusp of learning the answer. Frank Drake—one of the most vocal (and brilliant) askers—has spent the past six decades inspiring others to join him in this quest. Now, a new generation of scientists is carrying his work forward. They’re finally being taken seriously, and they’re about to change the way we think about our place in the cosmos.For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard.Want more?Space isn’t the only place to explore when scientists are looking for alien life; it’s also important to go underground—here on Earth. Find out why on another episode of Overheard.Breakthrough Listen is reaching beyond our galaxy to determine whether or not there is life in space. The project is audacious—and worth following closely.Frank Drake and Carl Sagan had a legendary friendship and professional relationship. One of their many projects was to create another kind of cosmic road map meant to show aliens how to find us. Also explore:In 1977, NASA sent a set of Golden Records to space attached to two Voyager spacecraft. Carl Sagan, Frank Drake, and a team of inspired scientists decided what they should contain. Here’s the music that’s flying outside of our solar system right now.Thanks to another kind of map, it’s possible to see just how far those radio signals have traveled since leaving our planet over a hundred years ago. So far, they’ve traveled about 200 light-years—and no one has heard them yet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S3:E07 Shade Gardening Hello Listener, The summer heat is here, and if you are like us, you are taking a break under the shade of a lovely tree. In this episode, we are talking all about shade. Why we love it, some tips for gardening in your shady area ( 10:07 ), and a list of native plants ( 16:35 )  that enjoy the shade as much as Mikaela.We also have our:  Native Plant of the Month - Northern Maidenhair Fern- Adiantum pedatum  at 30:35Bug of the Month - Eastern Beach tiger beetles at  33:50 Garden Tips of the Month at  39:45If you have any garden-related questions, please email us at UMEGardenPodcast@gmail.com or look us up on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GardenThymePodcas. For more information about UME and these topics, please check out the UME Home and Garden Information Center and Maryland Grows Blog at https://marylandgrows.umd.edu/.  The Garden Thyme Podcast is brought to you by the University of Maryland Extension. Hosts are Mikaela Boley- Senior Agent Associate (Talbot County) for Horticulture, Rachel Rhodes- Agent Associate for Horticulture (Queen Anne&apos;s County), and Emily Zobel-Senior Agent Associate for Agriculture (Dorchester County).Theme Song: By Jason IncUniversity programs, activities, and facilities are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, religion, protected veteran status, genetic information, personal appearance, or any other legally protected class.
S2:02- Winter Garden and Pruning Hello Listener, The long cold days of winter are upon us, and even though we might like to dig in and hibernate, there&apos;s still plenty of things to do in the garden. In this month&apos;s episode, we chatted about winter pruning, adding plants for winter interest, and the &quot;language of flowers&quot;!  Timing: The &quot;language of flowers&quot; (2:10)Winter pruning (8:10)Plants for winter interest (16:45)Native Plant of the Month: River Birch  Betula nigra (21:30)Bug of the Month: Earwigs (24:45)Garden Tips of the Month at (29:00)  Resources: - A Guide to Successful Pruning, Shrub Pruning Calendar:  https://www.pubs.ext.vt.edu/430/430-462/430-462.html - A Quick Guide to Pruning Roses https://extension.umd.edu/sites/extension.umd.edu/files/_docs/programs/hgic/HGIC_Pubs/HG108_Pruning_roses.pdf- Seed Saving Zoom March 12, 2021, 10:00 am - Noon   https://extension.umd.edu/events/fri-2021-03-12-1000-beginner-seed-startingWe hope you enjoyed this month&apos;s episode and will tune in next month for more garden tips. If you have any garden-related questions, please email us at UMEGardenPodcast@gmail.com  or look us up on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GardenThymePodcastFor more information about UME and these topics, please check out the UME Home and Garden Information Center website at https://extension.umd.edu/hgic.The Garden Thyme Podcast is a monthly podcast where we help you get down and dirty in your garden, with timely gardening tips, information about native plants, and more! The Garden Hoes Podcast is brought to you by the University of Maryland Extension. Hosts are Mikaela Boley- Senior Agent Associate (Talbot County) for Horticulture, Rachel Rhodes- Agent Associate for Horticulture (Queen Anne&apos;s County), and Emily Zobel-Senior Agent Associate for Agriculture (Dorchester County). The University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Equal Access Programs. We want to remind everyone that we are open to all audiences and will continue to serve our communities.To listen to the podcast, visit https://www.buzzsprout.com/687509.Music Theme song is  Upbeat-funky-good-times by Design By Jason Inc; University programs, activities, and facilities are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, religion, protected veteran status, genetic information, personal appearance, or any other legally protected class.
S3:08 Climate Change and Sea Level Rise with Dr. Kate McClure Hello Listener,In this month&apos;s episode, we are speaking all about Climate Change and Sea Level Rise with Dr. Kate McClure from the University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension Program. We talk about the effects of climate change that we are seeing right now and what sea level rise looks like.Dr. McClure also gives us some online prediction tools to help us better plan our landscape for the future. NOAA Climate Explorer My Coast .org Tree Atlas We also have our:  Native Plant of the Month - Staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina)Bug of the Month - Baltimore checkerspot (Euphydryas phaeton)Garden Tips of the MonthIf you have any garden-related questions, please email us at UMEGardenPodcast@gmail.com or look us up on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GardenThymePodcas. For more information about UME and these topics, please check out the UME Home and Garden Information Center and Maryland Grows Blog at https://marylandgrows.umd.edu/.  The Garden Thyme Podcast is brought to you by the University of Maryland Extension. Hosts are Mikaela Boley- Senior Agent Associate (Talbot County) for Horticulture, Rachel Rhodes- Agent Associate for Horticulture (Queen Anne&apos;s County), and Emily Zobel-Senior Agent Associate for Agriculture (Dorchester County).Theme Song: By Jason IncUniversity programs, activities, and facilities are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, religion, protected veteran status, genetic information, personal appearance, or any other legally protected class.Images by David Cappaert, Bugwood.org &   Ohio State Weed Lab , The Ohio State University, Bugwood.org
Hippo Care Team, Cincinnati Zoo The Hippo Care Team recounts Bibi's secondborn calf and answers many questions about the new baby hippopotamus!
Space Policy Edition: Lori Garver on Bringing Change to NASA As NASA’s deputy administrator, Lori Garver fought to cancel the Constellation program and shift NASA to use commercial partnerships in spaceflight. She failed at the first but succeeded at the second. She joins the show to discuss the lessons she learned from her time at NASA, key strategies for bringing change to a reticent bureaucracy, and the ways in which NASA should serve the nation and the public. Discover more here: https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/lori-garver-bringing-change-to-nasaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Citizen Science: Join the search for Martian clouds NASA Jet Propulsion Lab scientists Armin Kleinboehl and Marek Slipski lead a new project that is recruiting thousands of citizen explorers. They explain to host Mat Kaplan how this massive effort may help us finally understand how the once plentiful Martian surface water disappeared. Then we look back to the dawn of science as Bruce Betts closes out our latest What’s Up space trivia contest. And there’s a meteor shower around the corner! There’s more to discover at https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/2022-cloudspotting-on-marsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Growing crops for plant-based protein Rapidly rising international consumer demand for plant-based protein provides arable growers with a potential new market opportunity. In this episode of Cut the Crop Alison Stewart talks to Ivan Lawrie of FAR about a new report looking at the feasibility of developing a pea and fava bean protein extraction plant in New Zealand.
REWIND: Climbing, Conservation and Capitalism Rick Ridgeway estimates he’s spent about five years of his life sleeping in tents, often in the world’s most remote places alongside fellow outdoor adventure luminaries. Ridgeway worked for Patagonia for 15 years and was behind the company’s infamous “Don’t Buy This Jacket” ad campaign, which paradoxically advocated sustainability and increased sales. Outdoor companies like Patagonia may push for sustainability, but they largely still present a mostly white, wealthy experience with nature, which can be off-putting for people of color. “You know if you can't see yourself in those spaces then it’s hard to feel invited or welcome in that movement,” says writer and social justice facilitator Amanda Machado.  What is the role of corporations in conservation? And how can the outdoor industry help make nature more safe, accessible and welcoming for all?Guests:Rick Ridgeway, former Vice President of Public Engagement, PatagoniaAmanda Machado, writer and social justice facilitator Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Flower Power Garden Hour 151: August To Do & Listener Q&A Lots of tasks during the hot summer season, including: Plant cabbage, carrots, beets, celery, kale, onion seeds, potatoes, mustards, chard, collards, leeks Deadhead flowers Hose off whiteflies, sticky traps Clean up old fruit on trees, ground Still time to summer prune fruit trees Order fall bulbs Support melons on the ground or on vines Continue to deep water young, newly planted trees Deadhead, cut back mophead hydrangeas   A wide variety of listener questions are addressed, including: How to control Leaf Miners on cucumber What type of milkweed for Monarch butterflies Lawn clippings for mulch? How to get rid of green hornworms Yellowing leaves on mandarins & limes Bubbles from the soil while when watering potted plants Pepper plant with black at the base of stems Do sunflowers stunt the growth of surrounding plants To ask questions for future shows, submit them at: Facebook Instagram email Marlene at marlenetheplantlady@gmail.com Find Marlene over on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook
Stegosaurus with Susannah Maidment For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Mercuriceratops, links from Susannah Maidment, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Mercuriceratops-Episode-401/Join us at www.patreon.com/iknowdino for dinosaur requests, bonus content, ad-free episodes, and more.Dinosaur of the day Mercuriceratops, The oldest known chasmosaurine from Canada found at the time.Interview with Susannah Maidment, principal researcher and curator of the archosaurs at the Natural History Museum in London. She has published more than 50 scientific papers and is an expert on stegosaurs. Her research includes systematics, anatomy, and taxonomy of ornithischians, geological context of dinosaur evolution, and dinosaur biodiversity.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
SC EP:877 This Thing Bent Down Over My Tent A listener writes “I am a Tribal member with the Hoopa Valley Tribe and grew up here all my life, my homes about 20 miles from where the Patterson film was shot at Bluff Creek, during the summer of 2018 me a friend and her family decided to go camping at this little campsite off the mountain road of Bald hill.” Spoke to the witness he said his grandmother was a medicine woman and had warned him not to go into this area after dark. The witness will be sharing the Hoopa Valley Tribe’s beliefs on these creatures. He also discusses the canine creature known as Dogman but they have a different name for it.
Fast Flora Facts: Famous friendship plant Throughout human history, the gifting and trading of plants has been a way for people to connect. Discover the story behind the Instagram-famous 'friendship plant' that used to be impossible to find, and how you can grow one at home.
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Are black holes hot or not? Daniel and Jorge talk about whether black holes have a temperature and if we can ever know! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Capitalism and Democracy in Post-Industrial America (Glenn Loury, John McWhorter, and Richard Wolff) A special announcement from Glenn ... Richard’s journey from quiet Marxist to public intellectual ... Why Youngstown, Ohio was left behind ... Richard: Capitalist ownership is inherently anti-democratic ... Richard’s critique of Hayekian libertarianism ... Pecuniary externalities vs. objective externalities ... Socialism’s historical track record ... Employees as stakeholders ... The rise of the right in the wake of the New Deal and WWII ... The Glenn Show’s new partnership with the Manhattan Institute ...
A Biden Comeback? (Robert Wright & Mickey Kaus) Rip Van Kaus awakens to a frightening new reality ... Bob and Mickey scan the dial for better Christian music ... Did the Taliban sell out Ayman al-Zawahiri? ... Bob: Weapons sent to Ukraine will end up in US extremists’ hands ... Why did Nancy Pelosi go to Taiwan? ... If Trump had been reelected, would Putin have invaded Ukraine? ... Ukraine War update ... Are pro-choice Kansas voters also pro-Democrat? ... Mickey: My fears about Democratic midterm gains look more and more realistic ... Joe Manchin zags his way into supporting BBB ... Biden manages to avoid stagflation (for now) ... Parrot Room preview: Joe Rogan, Alex Jones, Brittney Griner, Monkeypox, Jonah Goldberg, the (possible) fascism of JD Vance and Blake Masters, Mickey’s beef with Chris Murphy, Mikey’s defense of mansplaining, the end of social media, a small wrinkle in the midterms, Obnoxious Use of the Word “Agency” of the Week, the third party question, John Fetterman, and the LIV Tour antitrust suit ...
SC EP:877 This Thing Bent Down Over My Tent A listener writes “I am a Tribal member with the Hoopa Valley Tribe and grew up here all my life, my homes about 20 miles from where the Patterson film was shot at Bluff Creek, during the summer of 2018 me a friend and her family decided to go camping at this little campsite off the mountain road of Bald hill.” Spoke to the witness he said his grandmother was a medicine woman and had warned him not to go into this area after dark. The witness will be sharing the Hoopa Valley Tribe’s beliefs on these creatures. He also discusses the canine creature known as Dogman but they have a different name for it.
EP066: Better Business - Hogy Lures Better Business - Mike Hogan, Founder, Hogy LuresThe #BetterBusinessThroughConservation Podcast Series is designed to give business owners and brand representatives a moment on the mic to discuss what conservation means to their business, current initiatives in focus and their outlook in a rapidly evolving industry.This podcast is presented by Costa Sunglasses.Follow ASGA on Social to stay up to date on current events!Instagram = @SaltwaterGuidesAssociationFacebook = American Saltwater Guides Association
EP065: The Albie Project - Capt. Paul Dixon & Capt. Tom Roller Tales of false albacore whizzing through spartina grass like redfish. The latest episode of the Albie Project Podcast Series is live with Capt. Paul Dixon & Capt. Tom Roller - you’re not going to want to miss this one.Renowned east coast captain Paul Dixon and ASGA North Carolina Board Member Tom Roller stop by #TheGuidePost Podcast to tell fishy tales and chop up topics including $25K of lost fly fishing prototypes, evaluating the significance of false albacore as a fishery, a unique phenomenon in the spartina grass and tackle basics for finessing funny fish.This podcast is presented by Costa Sunglasses.Follow ASGA on Social to stay up to date on current events!Instagram = @SaltwaterGuidesAssociationFacebook = American Saltwater Guides Association
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Rodolphe Sepulchre is a control engineer and theorist at Cambridge University. He focuses on applying feedback control engineering principles to build circuits that model neurons and neuronal circuits. We discuss his work on mixed feedback control - positive and negative - as an underlying principle of the mixed digital and analog brain signals,, the role of neuromodulation as a controller, applying these principles to Eve Marder's lobster/crab neural circuits, building mixed-feedback neuromorphics, some feedback control history, and how "If you wish to contribute original work, be prepared to face loneliness," among other topics.



Rodolphe's website.Related papersSpiking Control Systems.Control Across Scales by Positive and Negative Feedback.Neuromorphic control. (arXiv version)Related episodes:BI 130 Eve Marder: Modulation of NetworksBI 119 Henry Yin: The Crisis in Neuroscience



0:00 - Intro
4:38 - Control engineer
9:52 - Control vs. dynamical systems
13:34 - Building vs. understanding
17:38 - Mixed feedback signals
26:00 - Robustness
28:28 - Eve Marder
32:00 - Loneliness
37:35 - Across levels
44:04 - Neuromorphics and neuromodulation
52:15 - Barrier to adopting neuromorphics
54:40 - Deep learning influence
58:04 - Beyond energy efficiency
1:02:02 - Deep learning for neuro
1:14:15 - Role of philosophy
1:16:43 - Doing it right
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