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The Super Power Flower Hour - Season 2, Episode 4: "The Return of Ian Flynn!"

Welcome to the sixteenth episode of 'The Super Power Flower Hour', this week we are very happy to bring to you, the...

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Episode 12: What to do when you "hate" your job but don't know where else to go.

Astrology // Energy // Life Skills// Earth Walk with KV In this episode we will answer what you need to do when you...

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Physicist Club, With Blackjack, And Hookers

HOSTFUL+ Again we are joined by The Gentleman Physicist to talk about science news. It’s less creepy than last week’s...

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EP 27: Alternate History Class

Dennis wants to know what the timeline would look like in the Mid 20th century and beyond if Huey Long was not...

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Hierarchy. Your Place in the Sun!

The Great Central Sun is the focus of the Father-Mother God. It is the center of the Cosmos, of the spiritual...

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Episode 46 - Jay Novella

After appearing on his podcast, Cara turns the tables on Jay Novella, co-host and producer of The Skeptics' Guide to...

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Subway Surfers

It's episode 14 - the very special Christmas episode... well not really. But it IS nearly 40 minutes of me talking...

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Cosmic Karma

Walter and Geoff discuss concepts of astrology, karma, and the human connection to the universe with professional...

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Ep 82 - Listener Questions 3

Listener feedback and questions. Looking totally unqualifiedly at the structure of the universe, North American...

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Episode 72 - Steven Novella

Dr. Steven Novella (The Skeptic's Guide to the Universe, NeuroLogica) joins Cara to talk about the history of the SGU...

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Frontiers Lecture: One Second After the Big Bang

One of the fundamental predictions of the Big Bang is the present day existence of relic neutrino produced less than...

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Frontiers Lecture: A Planet for Goldilocks with Natalie Batalha

“Not too hot, not too cold” is how scientists typically describe an ideal planet for life as we know it. Finding...

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Frontiers Lecture: How to Take a Picture of a Black Hole

Black holes are the most exotic objects thought to exist in the universe, but no one has ever seen one. In this...

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Frontiers Lecture: In Search of the True Universe

Astronomers are investigating the new frontiers of dark matter and dark energy, critical to understanding the cosmos...

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Frontiers Lecture: The Limits of Science and the Search for Meaning

Can science and philosophy tell us where we came from and what our place is in the universe? In this podcast,...

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Frontiers Lecture: A Decade at Saturn with Carolyn Porco

For seven years, the Cassini spacecraft traveled to Saturn, entering into orbit in the summer of 2004. The subsequent...

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Frontiers Lecture: The Copernicus Complex with Caleb Scharf

The concept of "the universe" suggests all that is, but the latest ideas in cosmology hint that our universe may be...

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Frontiers Lecture: The Universe and Beyond with Alexander Vilenkin

Recent developments in cosmology suggest that the Big Bang was not a unique event in the cosmic history, and that...

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Frontiers Lecture: Our Mathematical Universe with Max Tegmark

Cosmological mathematics are often mind-bogglingly complex, but in this podcast, cosmologist Max Tegmark helps us to...

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