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Podcast on science, nature, climate change and history. From the Big Bang to today, a 360 degree look at life, the universe and the history of everything – covering everything from the moon landings & exploration of planets such as Jupiter and Mars, to the history of the Indus Valley Civilization, the Mayans and Africa.

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Human Family Tree

Podcast Episode 10 | Back to Africa

In this podcast we discuss the History of our African Ancestors, how they all interbred & the diversity present in the African continent today.

Earth's Magnetic Field

Podcast Episode 9 | Are the Earth’s Magnetic Poles Flipping?

Are the Earth's Magnetic Poles Flipping? We talk about the Magnetic Field Reversals, Northern & Southern Lights, Magnetosphere & the north and south poles.

Podcast Episode 8 | Cancer Killing Immune Cells and Living Robots

Latest medicine news. Cancer killing immune cells have been discovered and scientists have created living robots, designed by computers.

Hapsburgs Family Crest

Podcast Episode 7 | The Hapsburgs

History Podcast on the very influential but little known rulers of a large European empire, the Hapsburg Family, rulers of Austro-Hungary.

Podcast Episode 6 | 2019 A Year In Climate

This podcast is on the most pressing issue of our time: Climate change. It is a review of all the climate emergency news and data that came out in 2019.

saturn and moons

Podcast Episode 4 | How Cassini made the Earth smile

Podcast on the Cassini spacecraft & its 13 year orbit around Saturn. It sent back images and data that gave us information about Saturn, its rings & moons.

Alexander von Humboldt painted by Joseph Karl Stieler

Podcast Episode 3 | Alexander von Humboldt, a scientist you’ve never heard of

On our history podcast we feature a very influential scientist that you may never have heard of Alexander von Humboldt. Humboldt penguin is named after him.

Podcast Episode 2 | Turning CO2 into rocks

Turning carbon emissions into rocks. How CarbFix utilises the ability to capture CO2 emissions and turns them into subsurface carbonate mineral.

earthquake on mars
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