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Slice of SciFi #420: An Interview With Sam Huntington and Meaghan Rath from "Being Human"

02/29/12
Welcome to our mid-week installment of Slice. Today we feature a conversation with two of the stars of SyFy's Being Human, Sam Huntington ... tags: Being_HumanFeaturedNatural_SciencesScience_MedicineSlice_of_SciFiTechnologyTV_Film

Show #300 - Schlockfest 2012

02/29/12
We're doing SCHLOCKFEST Four schlocky movies for one great timeMusic Credits provided by IODAPromonet.Intro -- 'Don't You Go Up The Sky' ... tags: ArtschapterexorcismusfinalNatural_SciencessawScience_Medicine
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23 February, 2012 – This Week in Science

02/28/12
Not So FTL, Scientist Comes Clean, Exercise Is good, Moon Volcanoes And Stretch Marks, Super-Earth Sauna, Mars Quakes, Old Earth, Storms ... tags: alternative_energyanimalsanthropologyastrobiologyastronomyastrophysicsbiology

Gerald Woerlee and Susan Blackmore - Near-Death Experiences and Consciousness

02/27/12
Host Indre ViskontasOne of the costs of being conscious is that, once in a while, we are forced to contemplate the fact that we are ... tags: PhilosophyReligion_SpiritualityScience_MedicineSocial_SciencesSociety_Culture

The Connection Between Bacteria And Multiple Sclerosis

02/28/12
Most people know illnesses like intestinal upsets can be caused by bacteria. They don't link bacteria with an illness like multiple ... tags: auto-immune_diseasebacteriaContent_Typedigestive_tractEducationgenesgenetics

I Hear Your Hands

02/29/12
We've talked before about how surprisingly flexible the brain is, and its ability to modify its connections as needed. Well, a study out of ... tags: auditorybrainContent_TypeEducationJapanjapanese_researcherslanguage

Peter M. Shane on Online Consultation and Democratic Information Flow [AUDIO]

02/28/12
The use of new media by governments around the world to engage the general public more directly in actual policy making raises significant ... tags: audiocopyrighteducationharvardlawlibrarymedia

Peter M. Shane on Online Consultation and Democratic Information Flow

02/28/12
The use of new media by governments around the world to engage the general public more directly in actual policy making raises significant ... tags: copyrighteducationharvardlawlibrarymediaNews_Politics

Oldest New World Cave Art Discovered

02/27/12
A figure engraved in the bedrock of a Brazilian cave dates back at least 10,000 years. Cynthia Graber reports tags: Cave_arthuman_cultureScience_MedicinesymbolismTechnology