Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 21 hours 46 minutes
Spencer and Razib discuss what the humanities can offer to science with Kerim Yasar, professor of East Asian literature
Razib talks to Dr. Emily Deans on what's like to work in psychiatry today in a world with personal genomics. https://twitter.com/evolutionarypsy
Spencer and Razib discuss current events in the context of cultural evolution. The history of decline, the American "Empire", and Peter Turchin's thoughts on social disorder
This week Razib talks to Dan Crouch about what we know about the genetics of the variation shape and features.
Spencer and Razib discuss the latest ancient DNA work that sheds light on East Asian prehistory (and also some coronavirus status update)
Razib catches up with Chris Stinger on the state of paleoanthropology in 2020 and the ramifications of what genetics has taught us about the diversity in Denisovans in the past few years!
Razib talks to Chad Niederhuth at Michigan State on the promise of GMO agriculture!
Spencer and Razib discuss the state of the pandemic, why Spencer is skeptical of rapid vaccine development, and the political and cultural fallout of COVID-19.
Spencer describes Wallace's encounter with Indonesia and his insight into evolution by natural selection.
Razib talks to Libby Copeland about her new book, The Lost Family: How DNA Testing is Upending Who We Are