Popular Science Radio
ENCORE: Black Holes | FULL SHOW | #24210/18/14
This week on Popular Science Radio, we're talking about black holes! Also, hear all about EnergyBionics new Carbon watch, Michelin's airless tire, and how chronic sleep disturbances can affect your health. Segment 1: No Black Holes? Stephan Hawking is...
ENCORE: No Black Holes? | SEGMENT 1 | #242
Stephan Hawking is saying "There are no black holes!" The Director of Research at the Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics, Nassim Haramein joins us to discuss his view on black holes.
ENCORE: Defining Factor | SEGMENT 2 | #242
Alan and Nassim discuss black holes and what they are. Also, Nassim tells us about a recent article he wrote. Check out hiup.org to learn more!
ENCORE: EnergyBionics | SEGMENT 3 | #242
Sean Ebersold talks about the Carbon; a wearable solar charger and analog watch. EnergyBionics is raising funds for this watch on kickstarter.com. Make a pledge and get a product!
ENCORE: Airless Tires | SEGMENT 4 | #242
Vice President of Tweel Technologies for Michelin, Tim Fulton joins the show, and talks about the airless radial tire known as the Tweel. Check out michelintweel.com!
ENCORE: Sleep Disturbances | SEGMENT 5 | #242
Can sleep disturbances be harmful? Dr. Cort Stoskopf talks about how chronic sleep disturbances can lead to early onset of Alzheimer's and Dementia.
ENCORE: Importance of Sleep | SEGMENT 6 | #242
Check out the article on sleep in this month's issue of Popular Science Magazine! Alan and Dr. Cort Stoskopf continue to discuss sleep, and how it directly affects your over-all health.
3D-Printing, Virus Outbreaks, and Drones. Oh my! | FULL SHOW | #241
Would you drive a 3D-Printed car or have a 3D-Printed organ transplant? We cover the bleeding edge of this exciting tech. Plus, we're delving into wearable drones, Walking Dead, the Ebola outbreak, and more! Segment 1: Wearable Drone Look out Apple...
Wearable Drone | SEGMENT 1 | #241
Look out Apple watch! Nixie is making drones a fashion accessory. Pop Sci's Kelsey Atherton fills us in on the tiny drone that you wear like a wrist watch. Plus, stay up to date with the latest drone privacy legislature.
Printed Vehicle | SEGMENT 2 | #241
Local Motors is aiming to make new vehicle designs come to market up to 50 times faster than traditional automotive manufacturing. How? With 3D-Printing! Jay Rodgers tells us more.
Because Science | SEGMENT 4 | #241
Is hyperbolic news coverage blowing the Ebola outbreak out of proportion? Host of Because Science and Nerdist Industries Science Editor, Kyle Hill talks Ebola, Walking Dead virus, and zombie apocalypse.
Made to Order Organs | SEGMENT 6 | #241
Need a new heart? Dr. Cort Stoskopf sounds off on the tremendous advantages of 3D-Printed organs.
Future Cars & Ebola Outbreak | FULL SHOW | #240
Segment 1: Auto Supreme Gartner's Thilo Koslowski says that the automobile will surpass public transit in importance. Why? Because the car is the ultimate mobile device. Thilo explains. Segment 2: Fun Factor Thilo Koslowski describes himself as a car...
Auto Supreme | SEGMENT 1 | #240
Gartner's Thilo Koslowski says that the automobile will surpass public transit in importance. Why? Because the car is the ultimate mobile device. Thilo explains.
Fun Factor | SEGMENT 2 | #240
Thilo Koslowski describes himself as a car fanatic. If you can relate, you should go out and buy your dream car today while autos still embrace the fun-factor of driving.
V to V | SEGMENT 3 | #240
Alan predicts that vehicle to vehicle communications will revolutionize driver safety on the road. What global governments will take strides in supporting this technology? Gartner's Thilo Koslowski sounds off.
BladeGlider | SEGMENT 4 | #240
The Nissan BladeGlider concept has a cockpit much like that of a fighter jet, and its overall styling reminisces that of an Indy car with very close set front wheels. Nissan America Vice President of Product Planning, Pierre Loing discusses the...
Ebola in Texas | SEGMENT 5 | #240
The Ebola outbreak has officially infiltrated US borders with a recent case confirmed in Texas. Dr. Cort Stoskopf says that we need to take medical care back to basics. Are you at risk?
End Ebola | SEGMENT 6 | #240
Is it possible to end the Ebola virus outbreak within two weeks? Dr. Cort Stoskopf talks preventative measures and symptoms.
ENCORE: Catching Z's | FULL SHOW | #239
This week on Popular Science Radio, we are talking all about sleep! We fill you in on what to do (and what not to do) to get great sleep! Segment 1: Sleep Hack This week on Popular Science Radio we are talking all about SLEEP! We fill you in on all...
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