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Faced with a glut of pandemic research from around the world, scientists are confronting their biases and learning to engage with science conducted at institutions they're unfamiliar with.
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Encore episode. A deadly triangle of factors is killing off U.S. honeybees. Last year, forty percent of honeybee colonies died in the U.S., continuing an alarming trend. Entomologist Sammy Ramsey tells host Maddie Sofia about the "three P's" and what listeners can do to help our fuzzy-flighted friends.Email the show at [email protected]
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Family violence increases in places that have been severely burned in bushfires, Australian research finds. The isolation and financial stress of COVID-19 appear to be exacerbating the problem.
Not long after his sixteenth birthday, Fred Clay was arrested for the murder of a cab driver in Boston. Eventually, Fred was found guilty — but only after police and prosecutors used questionable psychological techniques to single him out as the killer. This week on Hidden Brain, we go back four decades to uncover the harm that arises when flawed ideas from psychology are used to determine that a teenager should spend the rest of his life behind bars.
For the first time in the states history, Arizona has activated "crisis of care standards," a set of protocols health care workers can use to make decisions about how to allocate resources. The mayor of Houston says ICU beds are starting to fill up and the city has two weeks to get things under control. The New York Times sued the federal government to obtain data collected by the CDC that reveals more information about how the virus has affected people of color in the United States. The numbers revealed Latinx and Black people are three times as likely to become infected as white people.The virus is spreading fast in Florida. To reach the hardest hit communities, public health workers in Miami are going door to door in Latinx neighborhoods with supplies and information.Find and support your local public radio station.Email us at [email protected]
States including Virginia and Texas have set aside significant money to address flooding. Local officials hope it will help pay for flood prevention projects that the federal government won't fund.