Human World

EarthSky 22 for February 4, 2011

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This week’s super science presentations by EarthSky22 host Jorge Salazar and by producers Beth Lebwohl, Ryan Britton, Emily Howard and more … including …

Bill Davenhall of ESRI on mapping global health hotspots

Image Credit: Baron Bob

Deborah Byrd on what day and night are like on the moon

The mummified head of King Henri IV of France

Rebecca Johnson on sea slugs and the evolution of color in the ocean

Jean-Baptiste Labrune on organic electronics

Plus! Deborah Byrd on recent studies revealing why time flies when you’re having fun

Special thanks to EarthSky22 lead producer Mike Brennan and to this week’s musical contributors:

Household Names

The Black and White Years

The Boxing Lesson

Sleep Good

One Hundred Flowers

Posted 
February 4, 2011
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Human World

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