Human World

EarthSky 22 for January 7, 2011

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Here’s the lineup for this week’s EarthSky 22.

Host: Jorge Salazar
Lead Producer: Mike Brennan

Music: The Black and White Years, “Up!”

Scientist Soundbite: Peter Michelson.

The Black & White Years

Music: The Boxing Lesson, “Dark Side of the Moog”

Music: One Hundred Flowers, “Rat Trap”

Jorge Salazar reporting: Peter Michelson on dark energy, and dark matter. Exploring the universe with gamma rays

Ryan Britton on Weird Science on the Internet: Can you contract a peanut allergy via lung transplant?

Music: Built By Snow, “All the Weird Kids Know”

Emily Howard reporting: Kara Lavender Law: Scientists find ocean garbage patch in the Atlantic Ocean

Music: Dana Falconberry, “Baby Blue Sky”

Jorge Salazar reporting: Jefferson Tester says geothermal energy is alive and well Making electricity from heat stored deep in the earth.

Music: The Black and White Years, “Modern Science”

Emily Howard reporting: Paul Niles says Mars rocks point to a life-hospitable past Ancient rocks on Mars suggest there might have been a habitable environment – underneath the surface of the planet.

Music: Dana Falconberry, “Birthday Song”

Lindsay Patterson reporting: Julia Clarke: Penguin ancestors didn’t wear black and white

Music: The Black and White Years, “Up!”

Hey, everybody! Thanks for all your wonderful comments and suggestions, and for listening to our this week’s podcast! We love you guys!

Posted 
January 7, 2011
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Human World

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