@sciencemug (mp3)

the podcast of sciencemug, a blog about science which thinks to be the ‘79 world champ of cheese-rolling.sciencemug: sip science& laugh!(www.sciencemug.com)

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Description
the podcast of sciencemug, a blog about science which thinks to be the ‘79 world champ of cheese-rolling. sciencemug: sip science & laugh! (www.sciencemug.com)
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-06-07 10:52
last episode published
2019-06-06 17:51
publication frequency
75.6 days
Contributors
@sciencemug author   owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
20
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Technology Science & Medicine Podcasting Comedy

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
6.06.2019

Thank you brave soul!

The gang celebrated the reason of this short audio visiting the homepage of every pub's website of Ireland and ending up arrested for disorderly conduct by Chief Wiggum after attempting to have a fight with a banner of the WSFUPBNG (the Wrestler and Su...
@sciencemug author
1.06.2019

BACTERIA vs HUMAN CELLS (PT1 of 3)

Ooh hello dear listener, in this episode I'll tell you the first part (total 3) of the story about the death of the urban legend/scientific myth according to which in/on human beings there are 10 times more bacteria than actual human cells. It's a tale...
@sciencemug author
13.02.2019

Roses chocolates & Valentine's Day

Ohhh happy most fake festivity of 'em all aka Valentine's Day, dear listener! To celebrate this nonsense here for you a new episode 'bout a paper that tells something reeeally unexpected: red roses and chocolates are judged more positively near Valenti...
@sciencemug author
24.06.2018

The roads the researchers & the map (Pt 4/4)

Ooooh eventually the scientists of the roads who did the map of the parts of the world that have no roads (and, in the process, by-discovered how to live in peace with the mischievous GPS with a taste for ruining your trips) explain why they decided to...
@sciencemug author
25.05.2018

The roads the researchers & the map (Pt 3/4)

Oooooh, well, the road scientists are still at work to find out who's eating all the asphalt of the world causing a dramatic global shortage of bends and center lines... Naa, but they check out data-sets and stuff to see how many roadless areas are ins...
@sciencemug author
22.03.2018

The roads the researchers & the map (Pt 2/4)

Haaaaallooo dear English thinking-reading-speaking-hearing listener, in this new episode I'll keep on telling you the story of how those scientists that create a map of the roadless areas still existing in the world, stalk 'em to find their whereabouts...
@sciencemug author
25.02.2018

The roads the researchers & the map (Pt 1/4)

Haaaaallooo dear English thinking-reading-speaking-hearing listener, in this new episode I'll tell you the story of how ten scientists create a map of the roadless areas still existing in the world, then use it to find all the suspicious, big "X"es exi...
@sciencemug author
24.02.2018

I'm coming back, folks, I'm coming baaack!

Ten seconds to tell you, dear English thinking, speaking, reading, hearing worshipper of podcasts, that I'm coming back! Soon! With brand-new episodes (aaand unfortunately the same lack of a brain...). Ciaz @sciencemug
@sciencemug author
13.02.2016

Valentine's Day& the birth timing

The podcast number 8 of @sciencemug tells you that on Valentine's Day there's an increase in births: women are influenced by the cultural value of this day as they associate positivity and propitiousness to this festivity and appear to have a certain c...
@sciencemug author
28.12.2015

Kepler, Santa Bernard and the Xmas tale (part2)

Oh-oh-oh! Dear listener, here for you the second and final part of the Xmas tale about a solitary space-probe named Kepler, and its stubborn, heroic quest for the ultimate decoration to put on the Cosmic Xmas Tree: the "Ridiculously Low Albedo ball"! A...
@sciencemug author
27.12.2015

Kepler, Santa Bernard and the Xmas tale (part1)

Oh-oh-oh! Dear listener, here for you the Xmas tale about a solitary space-probe named Kepler, and its stubborn, heroic quest for the ultimate decoration to put on the Cosmic Xmas Tree: the "Ridiculously Low Albedo ball"! (Part 1). A tale told by an al...
@sciencemug author
30.10.2015

Beijing's ring and the scientists

The podcast number 5 of @sciencemug tells you that Beijing's urban extent quadrupled in the first decade of 2000, and that this created a "ring of impact" around China's capital. The ring causes meteorological changes which, in turn, lead to an increas...
@sciencemug author
29.09.2015

Podcast 5: the (audio) promo!

An (audio) promo - for SM's next podcast - that is as sensible as a pizza topped with pineapples and würstels (yeah yeah, I know it exists and yet, J'ACCUSE!)
@sciencemug author
14.08.2015

The pig’s “scent” and the barking dogs

The podcast n°4 by sciencemug.com tells you, in Engh?ish, that a pig’s pheromone, the androstenone, can calm excessively anxious super barking and jumping dogs when sprayed on them. The discovery, made by a group of researchers of the Texas Tech Univer...
@sciencemug author
5.08.2015

size does matter (when it comes to brain and you are a female little fish)

The third podcast by sciencemug.com tells you, in Engh?ish, that size does matters, as usual. At least when it comes to brains and the ability of surviving predators' attacks and when you are a female, hence not a male, of Poecilia reticulata, a specie...
@sciencemug author
5.08.2015

le dimensioni (del cervello) contano, se sei una pescolina tropicale

Il terzo podcast di sciencemug.com ti racconta che avere un cervello grande aumenta la capacità di sopravvivere ai predatori nelle femmine, ma non nei maschi (sic!), di Poecilia reticulata, una specie di piccoli pesci tropicali detti guppy. La scoperta...
@sciencemug author
1.07.2015

The Earth, the Dark Matter and the galactic trip toward mass extinction

The second podcast by @sciencemug tells you that a direct link can exist among catastrophic geologic events, comet impacts, mass extinctions and the Earth crossing, every 30-40 million years, the Milky Way’s mid-plane and its clumps of dark matter. An...
@sciencemug author
1.07.2015

La Terra, la materia oscura e il viaggio galattico verso l’estinzione di massa

Il secondo podcast di @sciencemug ti racconta che è possibile che esista una relazione diretta tra le estinzioni di massa, la caduta di comete e gli sconvolgimenti geologici che si sono verificati sulla Terra nel corso del tempo e il passaggio ciclico,...
@sciencemug author
1.07.2015

the strange case of ants and toilets

Ooooooh well well, dear PodcastMachinin' happily ever after (whatever this means), please, dive yourself for a few minutes into this first odoriferous podcast by @sciencemug and listen to how three friendly scientists of a German university discover th...
@sciencemug author
1.07.2015

anche le formiche nel loro piccolo hanno le toilette

Ooooh, alura alura, caro/a PodcastMachinante di uno qualsiasi dei giorni della settimana, indulgi per qualche minuto in questo primo odoroso podcast di @sciencemug e ascolta come tre allegri scienziati (vivi) di un'università della Tedeschia (aka Germa...
@sciencemug author