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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!

May 30, 2019

Dateline: United Kingdom, Belgium, Washington, and California. Chris, Nevena, Tom, and JD bring you the latest science and discussion from around the world. Seriously, how cool is that?

On This Week’s Show

  • Old rocks
  • Old fungi
  • Tiny fish
  • Internet satellites
  • The Climate Lounge
  • Pub Quiz

Science News with Chris...


May 24, 2019

“How can anybody in his right mind be against science?”

― Kurt Vonnegut, Cat's Cradle

On This Week’s Show

  • Ice-nine?
  • A case of iterative evolution
  • Sea otters are bouncing back

Science News with Amrita Sule, and JD Goodwin

A Bizarre New Form Of Water Is Discovered

It’s been long known that ice exists in two...


May 16, 2019

Tom and JD once again take the helm of the U.S.S. Blue Streak Science (DD-981). Our voyage takes us down to the Challenger Deep, and all the way up to the Moon. Along the way we make port calls in England and New Zealand.

Permission to come aboard? Permission granted!

On This Week’s Show

  • The Challenger...


May 10, 2019

It’s just Tom and JD today.

Can they keep the most awesome science podcast off the rocks?

Tune in and find out! Oh, the suspense!

On This Week’s Show

  • Blue Streak Science News
  • The Climate Lounge

Humans Are Speeding Extinction at an Unprecedented Pace

On the heels of a report earlier this year that shows...


May 2, 2019

And you thought measles had been eradicated in the United States, and that it was a harmless childhood annoyance. Guess what? Not so much.

Measles kills, as does science illiteracy.

On This Week’s Show

  • Science news of the week
  • The Pub Quiz 

More than 1,000 quarantined amid measles fears at Los Angeles universities