Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radioactive
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CBC
CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
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65 Available Episodes (65 Total)Average duration: 00:54:08
Mar 15 | 00:54:08
Inside actors brains, inactive ingredients aren't, Super solar storms, butterfly's toxic backup, secrets life of bone and wind turbines and climate.
Mar 08 | 00:54:13
Science of awe, blue whales and sonar, chromosomes and sleep, ancient aquaculture on the west coast and dogs and human sperm quality
Mar 01 | 00:54:43
The Goodness Paradox, secrets in poop, converting carbon to coal, countdown to the moon landing, selecting hygienic bees and a question of cow methane
Feb 22 | 00:54:43
Tiny tyrannosaur, art acne, what zebra stripes do, ageing your DNA, hacking photosynthesis and sinking in the Sun
Feb 15 | 00:54:43
Vaping safety, breast milk pumping, evolution experiments and field mice, a needle you swallow, cosmic catastrophes and animal dementia
Feb 08 | 00:54:37
Psychology of solitary confinement, mind over genes, genocide and climate change, searching for Shackleton's ship, a waterproof sweat sensor and how birds hunt blind.
Feb 01 | 00:54:43
Rocking good sleep, music and body language, the first feathers for flight, Where's my death ray? A 300 million year old fossil walks again and sound in cold air.
Jan 25 | 00:54:40
The power of super poop, preventing PTSD, counting down to Apollo 11, predators in cold water and termites conserve the rainforest
Jan 18 | 00:54:41
Tuskless elephants, room temperature superconductors, how space changed a man, Men, women and pain, climate change means stronger waves and whither glacial water?
Jan 11 | 00:54:41
Medieval woman painters, houseplants eat pollution, viruses that kill superbugs, Antarctica turns researchers into zombies, fresh water is getting saltier and which planets are we missing?
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