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Looking for a source of quality science information? Look no further than this fantastic radio program! Radiolab! While it might not report breaking science news, it will definitely entertain and educate.
Each hour-long broadcast of this program, produced by public New York radio station, WNYC, explores a different topic concerning the human condition and life in general. Generally they’re complicated, even abstract themes like “Stochasticity” and “Deception”. Jon Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, the shows hosts, have a fantastic dynamic, making jokes and playing off each other while getting their points across. During one show, “Numbers”, one host proposed that he could live just fine without numbers, saying to his co-host, “I have two words for you.” To which the other responded, “How many words?” Read the rest of this entry »