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12:06PM - 1PM, Alternate Tuesdays

A look into how the natural world works, and how we interact with it.


Origins: How Earth’s history shaped human history---Al Stahler speaks with Louis Dartnell

Why do we live, work, play, grow our foods where do?  Why do we eat only certain foods?  Where do we get the materials we need to build our homes, tools, machines?  I spoke recently with Louis Dartnell, professor of science communication at the Un

Air date: 
Tuesday, September 3, 2019


Rock, water and air conspire to create patterns on the land, in the oceans, in the atmosphere.  Animals and plants adapt to these patterns, forming patterns of their own.  Humanity, in turn, adapts to these, and forms yet more patterns.   Louis Da

Air date: 
Tuesday, August 6, 2019


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