Podcasts

Welcome to Community Science Radio. To listen to our podcasts and receive future updates, please subscribe to:
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Listen to us on KXSU 102.1 the first Saturday of every month at 8am.


The Science of Food

On this show we interview local chefs, explore cutting edge food trends, experiment with the miracle berry and discuss other food related topics.
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Halloween Special

On this show we have fun discussing everything from voodoo, skin walkers, ghosts, La Llorona, the manaannaggal and more. Sit back and listen as we try to scare you….
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Going Green

On this show we tested our knowledge on what is and isn’t green. We cover everything from green technology, the greenest commercial building in the world, and goats to pondering if being eco-friendly is unmanly.
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Survivalism

On this show we explore survival, natural disasters, preparation, the psychology behind it all and more. Interviews include; Alderleaf Wilderness College, Bushcraft NW, Julie Wright from Naked and Afraid, Adrian Keyonnie, a crew boss for the Navajo Scouts, community interviews and an experiment.
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Drones

On this episode we’ll discuss the complicated history of drones, FAA regulations, and interview a handful of exciting people including; drone racers, Foundry10, a drone singer and more.
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Electronic Waste

On this episode we explore the ever growing issue with electronic waste. Listen as we attempt to make sense of this complicated issue while also conducting our own undercover stakeout.
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Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping

Welcome to our second show about e-cigs and vaping. Listen as we explore much talked about topics with this ever changing controversial subject and listen as we conduct our own experiment.
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The Science of Fear

Listen to our first show “The Science of Fear” on Community Science as we explore the behavioral, emotional and physiological responses of fear. Interviews include Seattle community members, scientists, ghost hunters, and some responses are quite surprising.
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