October 9th, 2015 | 56 mins 36 secs
This week we interview Kina McAllister to talk about her science activity kits for girls and then talk about the optimal office temperature setting in this week’s Fun Paper Friday!
Fun Paper Friday
This week we have a...
October 2nd, 2015 | 52 mins 36 secs
president J. Simmons showed new cad/modeling linked tools that they are using to create open thrusters, rockets, etc.
showed how open hardware in science can save us a bundle think of all the outdated lab equipment sitting around...
September 25th, 2015 | 43 mins 32 secs
This week special guest Prof. Charles Ammon joins us to discuss the recent magnitude 8.3 Chile earthquake. We then talk about coffee and how it can move your body clock around.
Fun Paper Friday
September 18th, 2015 | 51 mins 22 secs
This week we discuss how geoscience can enrich anyone’s life. Join the discussion and then learn about how much cosmic dust falls on us every day!
John was on talking about SMAP.
Why Learn Geology
September 11th, 2015 | 53 mins 4 secs
Join us to talk about the Earth’s magnetic field. It protects us and has complication on more levels than you think. It produces the aurora and helps us date rocks and structures!
September 4th, 2015 | 39 mins 53 secs
This week we thought we would go through our every day carry (EDC) essentials for braving the academic jungle. As most of us go back to the academic year, it’s important to fine tune what we carry to do our job anywhere.
August 28th, 2015 | 49 mins 37 secs
Classes are back in session, and we’re back to normal episodes. Join us to talk about Brunton pocket transits, argue about strike and dip, and discuss the zombie apocalypse.
Windows 10 isn’t supporting external USB microphones right...
August 21st, 2015 | 36 mins 6 secs
We continue our quest form last week to hit the most interesting mechanisms of catastrophic sedimentation, talk about a new notebook, and learn how to give cosmic CT scans.
Oklahoma this year!
August 14th, 2015 | 31 mins 29 secs
This week we start an accidental two-part show on catastrophic sedimentation, John’s drone experiments, and a revisit of some stories from the past. Don’t miss this not so short summer short!
August 7th, 2015 | 54 mins 29 secs
The Orbital Mechanics highlighted how little we know about planetary formation, so let’s talk about Pluto and what we’ve learned from the New Horizons Mission.
Officially a dwarf planet in the
About 0.18 the...
July 31st, 2015 | 44 mins 24 secs
This week we get ready for conference abstract deadlines and talk about how we prepare abstracts. Everyone is finally back in town, but not for long!
Pluto show next week!
Abstract deadlines: AGU 8/5, GSA 8/11
GSA, new topical abstracts (search...
July 24th, 2015 | 25 mins 53 secs
Shannon hits the road again, so we talk about volcanics, earthquakes, and other disasters that can occur in the pacific northwest. We even talk about native stories of earthquakes and tsunamis.
Fun Paper Friday
July 17th, 2015 | 37 mins 7 secs
Top 10 Google Search Tips
Use the tabs
Exclude results with -
Broaden the scope of your search by removing words
Think like the person writing the article
Search for a filetype:
Use Google Books
July 10th, 2015 | 35 mins 50 secs
Join John and special guest Dr. Elizabeth Seiver of PLOS (Public Library of Science) in Austin, TX at the scientific Python (SciPy) conference to talk open science and geek tools! Sorry for the slight echo in the room, we did what we could with the...
July 3rd, 2015 | 26 mins 57 secs
John is on the road headed to the SciPy conference and Shannon is done with field camp. Join us to hear the wrap up and talk about how geology was used strategically in the Revolutionary War on this fourth of July weekend episode.
June 26th, 2015 | 29 mins
This week Shannon summarizes her field trip and John talks about rock slides and his coming travel. We also talk about organized patterns of dripping syrup.
John will be at the
has caused a lot of problems!
Shannon found a unique use for...