Cyborgs and your working future, Cassini's crashing success, Voyager's 40th anniversary and doggy laryngitis
From Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio - Will you have to become a cyborg for your job?; Cassini's Grand Finale - 'like a Jules Verne adventure come true.' ; Voyager at 40: Space exploration that just keeps on going; Why don't dogs that bark so much get laryngitis?
'Let There Be Light'; Worms that eat plastic; Dolphin Sex; and more 2017-04-27 21:00:00 'Let There Be Light'; Dolphin Sex; Worms that eat plastic; The mixed scientific legacy of Henrietta Lacks' HeLa cells; Oil sands emissions of volatile organic compounds are under-reported; Quirks Question - Hot and cold water sound different when poured
March For Science Special 2017-04-20 21:00:00 Interviews and discussion focused on Saturday's March for Science in Washington'
The Curse of the Monkey God; Photographing a Black Hole; and more 2017-04-06 21:00:00 Photographing a Black Hole; Lost City Of The Monkey God; The most Canadian scientific discovery of all time; There was an old badger who buried a cow; Instincts 'hardwired in the brain'; Quirks & Questions: Are birds evolving to avoid window collisions?
Radiolab Presents: Anna in Somalia This week, we are presenting a story from NPR foreign correspondent Gregory Warner and his new globe-trotting podcast Rough Translation.
Mohammed was having the best six months of his life - working a job he loved, making mixtapes for his sweetheart - when the communist Somali regime perp-walked him out of his own home, and sentenced him to a lifetime of solitary confinement. With only concrete walls and cockroaches to keep him company, Mohammed felt miserable, alone, despondent. But then one day, eight months into his sentence, he heard a whisper, a whisper that would open up a portal to - of all places and times - 19th century Russia, and that would teach him how to live and love again.
Future Consequences From data collection to gene editing to AI, what we once considered science fiction is now becoming reality. This hour, TED speakers explore the future consequences of our present actions. Guests include designer Anab Jain, futurist Juan Enriquez, biologist Paul Knoepfler, and neuroscientist and philosopher Sam Harris.