Posted by: grokscience | June 29, 2022

Prison Ph.D.

A career in science is challenging, but even more so after serving time in prison.  How can the barriers facing former inmates be overcome?  On this episode, Dr. Stanley Andrisse discussed his book and organization, From Prison Cells to Ph.D.

Mitochondria? 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | June 22, 2022

Expressly Human

Although emotional expression through language is often viewed as supplemental to rational thoughts, the actual organization may be reversed.  On this episode, Dr. Mark Changizi discussed his book, Expressly Human.

Speak no evil? 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | June 15, 2022

Climatenomics

Changes to the global environment are now causing major economic changes across the globe.  How are economic issues influencing the climate debate? On this episode, Bob Keefe, discussed his book, Climatenomics.

Supply and demand… 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | June 8, 2022

Atari Demise

The video game industry of the early 80s was dominated for a time by the Atari VCS.  But, the fall of the industry has been attributed to one video game, E.T.  On this episode, Howard Scott Warshaw discussed his new book, Once Upon Atari.

En garde… 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | June 1, 2022

Vitality Code

Can achieving good health and wellness be influenced by integrating healthy lifestyle choices?  On this episode, Neil Cannon discussed health and wellness and his new book, The Vitality Code.

Bletchley Park? 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | May 25, 2022

Climate Restoration

Although changes to the global environment and climate seem to be increasing, is it possible to restore the climate for a sustainable future?  On this episode, Peter Fiekowsky discussed his new book, Climate Restoration.

Global varnish? 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | May 18, 2022

Beautiful Beholding

In a worldwide plague with societies under lockdown, how can human communities survive? On this episode, Umar Turaki discussed his new novel, Such A Beautiful Thing to Behold.

Hold on… 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | May 11, 2022

Inspired

Creativity is an elusive feature of the human mind that many would like to harness.  How does it arise and how can we cultivate it?  On this episode, Matt Richtel discussed his new book, Inspired.

Connect the dots… 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | May 4, 2022

Probable Impossibilities

The great questions of science and philosophy continue to undergo rigorous exploration and experimentation.  What is our understanding of these questions?  On this episode, Alan Lightman discussed his new book, Probable Impossibilities.

Improbable possibility? 😉

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Posted by: grokscience | April 27, 2022

Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are an amazing microcosm supporting life in the oceans, but their existence continues to be threatened.  On this episode, Juli Berwald discussed her new book, Life on the Rocks.

Shaken not stirred… 😉

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