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Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of science... the thrill of discovery... and the agony of failed experiments... the human drama of scientific advancement... This is the Blue Streak Science Podcast!

Apr 20, 2018

[caption id="attachment_2519" align="alignright" width="350"]Image courtesy of Paul Townsend https://www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/ Cheddar Man
Image courtesy of Paul Townsend[/caption] Seriously, Cheddar Man?  What's next, Homo hummus? How about Jazz Man? We had a lovely science session today and talked about the aforementioned Fromage Fellow as well as how tree rings can be studied to determine future wildfire risk. In the Climate Tom Di Liberto tells us about what may be lurking in the melting permafrost. You ain't gonna like it!


Science News Roundup with Nevena Hristozova and JD Goodwin

These are summaries of our discussions on the podcast. For the full conversation please listen to this episode of the Blue Streak Science Podcast Tree Rings Reveal Increased Wildfire Risk for Southwestern US Cheddar Man: DNA shows early Briton had dark skin  Wikipedia Has Become a Science Reference Source

The Climate Lounge with Tom Di Liberto

Wait, there is WHAT in permafrost?

In Closing

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