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episode 790: 09 September, 2020 – Episode 790 – How the West Was Burned




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Whatever you are doing right now,
Wherever in the world you may be.
Keep an eye out for something interesting.
Listen to a sound you might not otherwise pay attention to.
Look and listen.
Observe the world of nature.
Life in all its many forms evolved over billions of years
Overcame every possible earthly obstacle to exist.
Look and listen.
Observe the world of technology
accelerating our evolution first with stone tools
giving us the cutting ability of sharp claws that nature had overlooked.
And lastly with the ability to adjust the genome itself…
Influence if not control over our evolutionary future.
Look and listen to the subtle creatures and objects around you
And know that it‘s connected, all connected to observations made long ago,
And observations yet to be made by generation yet to come,
And all these observations, when backed up by a little knowledge
Connect that first mitochondrial eve with you, and you with
This Week in Science
Coming Up Next…
Let’s start with some quick science news stories…
Sleep & Stress
Researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory stressed out mice and kept them from sleeping just by triggering a few neurons.
Pain varies from state to state?
At least, opioid prescriptions do.
Plants know where the bodies are buried.
Plants could help point out to coordinates of deceased and missi...


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