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Der DNX Podcast ist die Wissensbombe auf dem Weg zu der besten Version von dir selbst! Marcus Meurer & Felicia Hargarten haben die globale DNX - Digitale Nomaden Bewegung gestartet. Komm auch du in die kostenlose DNX Community auf Facebook: www.dnxcommunity.de. Marcus ist dein Crash Test Dummy für Persönlichkeitsentwicklung, Online Business, Produktivität, Lifehacking, Biohacking, Spiritualität, Sport und gesunde Ernährung. Möchtest du fitter, durchtrainierter, ruhiger, zufriedener, glücklic ...
 
DNA science. Artificial intelligence. Smartphones and 3D printers. Science and technology have transformed the world we live in. But how did we get here? It wasn’t by accident. Well, sometimes it was. It was also the result of hard work, teamwork, and competition. And incredibly surprising moments. Hosted by bestselling author Steven Johnson (“How We Got To Now”), American Innovations uses immersive scenes to tell the stories of the scientists, engineers, and ordinary people behind the great ...
 
Pop Daydreams is a weekly podcast hosted by pop music enthusiasts Austin Sanderson and Kiara Smith. They talk about all the pop girls including Beyoncé, BTS, Dula Peep, and Blue Ivy. Each episode features witty yet informative banter about everything pop culture! New Episodes every Sunday-ish!
 
Our story begins in 1973 when the shy and reclusive schoolboy Jeff would spend hours hiding in the "studio" (little more than a school broom cupboard) with a record player, a cassette recorder and a handful of scratched 45's endlessly trying to emulate the DJs he would listen to whilst hiding under his bedcovers with his battered transistor radio pressed to his ear all night long endlessly as he tried to maintain the shaky reception to stations like Radio Luxembourg, the FAB 208, where you c ...
 
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Storm chasing is part scientific inquiry, part amateur thrill seeking — and sometimes, a bit of both. On this episode, Steven talks to journalist Brantley Hargrove, author of The Man Who Caught the Storm, about legendary storm chaser Tim Samaras, whose breakthrough probe helped measure atmospheric conditions inside a tornado. Listen to new episodes…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: Da Lata, PS5, Mattia Prete, Bada-Bada, Pat Kalla & Le Super Mojo, Monsieur Doumani, Las Karamba, Dr Rubberfunk, Lettuce, Rose Royce, Nick Batterham, Jorge Ben, Sylvia, Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp, Jaimie Branch, TOE feat Jakey B, Black R…
 
Thanks to the movie “Twister” and the popularity of David Hoadley’s “Storm Track” newsletter, by the late 1990s, storm chasing has gone mainstream. But with more and more chasers on the road, it’s only a matter of time before some get a little too close to the eye of the storm. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and ad free, and access exclusive s…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: PS5, Zé Bigode Orquestra, Snazzback, Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel, Ibibio Sound Machine, Bab L' Bluz, Sylvia, Tampo, La Redada, Verbs of Iron Bridge, Tóke, Las Karamba, Khalia, Brain Damage, Big Youth, Mungo's Hi Fi X Gardna & Catching Cairo, PM Warso…
 
No extreme weather phenomenon fascinates us more than tornadoes. For most of human history, very little was known about how these graceful yet violent columns of swirling air formed or behaved. Then, in the 1950s, a teenager from North Dakota began chasing them, and a scientist from Japan began studying them. Together, they started a movement. List…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: Kenichiro Nishihara Feat. Alison Crockett, Ibrahim Maalouf, Véronique Hermann Sambin, Paper Tiger feat Foreign Beggars, Boca 45, The Allergies featuring Andy Cooper, Philip Catherine, DJ Format, Super db , PM Warson, Cave States, Laura Llorens & Th…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: Open Sky Unit, Anthony Joseph, Jaimie Branch, Chairmen Of The Board, Reverend Cleatus & The Soul Saviours, Sly & The Family Stone, jackLNDN, TUN Torino Unlimited Noise, Camino, PM Warson, Jesse Anderson, GA-20, Mount Forel, Results of Adults, Scrim…
 
Hackers helped shape the digital world we live in today. But more than ever, that world is under attack by a new generation of cyber-criminals. On this episode, Steven talks to Wired editor-at-large Steven Levy, author of the seminal book “Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution,” about hacking’s groundbreaking past and weaponized future. Listen…
 
Two young Silicon Valley entrepreneurs set out to rid the world of smoking with an incredible new product. The device stands to disrupt the tobacco industry and make them rich, until it falls into the wrong hands and lives are ruined. From classrooms to hospitals, boardrooms to the Oval Office, what can be done to protect teenagers and is it too la…
 
For two years, super-hacker Kevin Mitnick eludes the FBI by living under a series of false identities. But in a fit of hubris, he hacks Tsutomu Shimomura, one of the country’s leading computer security experts. It’s hacker vs. hacker as Shimomura sets out to do what the FBI can’t: stop Kevin Mitnick once and for all. Listen to new episodes 1 week e…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: Introduction: Boogaloo Joe Jones, The Brothers Nylon, TUN Torino Unlimited Noise, Momo Said, Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio, Cedric Napoleon, Tony Joe White, Joseph Mailk, PM Warson, Beringei, Camino, Kashif, Little Simz, The Icon, Verbs of Iron Bridge f…
 
In the 1980s, computers, now more powerful and more affordable, become a bigger part of people’s work and life. And that makes hackers a greater threat. America’s laws are slow to keep up with this new form of break-in. Then, an incorrigible teenager with a talent for computers gets caught in the country’s shifting views of hacking, and becomes the…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: Introduction: Ohio Players, Aldorande, Danser's Inferno, Jeb Loy Nichols, The Winston Brothers, Thelma Jones, Black Market Brass, Ebo Taylor, Afro Cuban All-Stars, Beringei, Dawn Richard, Marcos Valle, Momo Said, Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra, Mo…
 
Hackers: the criminals who prey on our digital lives. Today they steal credit cards and personal information, or even commit acts of cyber-terrorism. But in the early days, hackers were largely seen as harmless pranksters. And it wasn’t computers they were initially interested in, but phones -- which they hacked with a mysterious device called the …
 
Listen now: wondery.fm/1865season2 April 15, 1865. President Lincoln is dead and the country in turmoil. Secretary of War Edwin Stanton takes control, determined to bring the assassin to justice—but the hunt for John Wilkes Booth isn’t all that grips Stanton. Lincoln’s successor, Vice President Andrew Johnson, is likely to bend to southern interest…
 
Like the prophets of biblical times, music artists have often found it hard to gain acceptance in the places they came from. There is a heartbreaking scene in the documentary Every Night’s A Saturday Night: The Bobby Keys Story where the sax player famous for his time in The Rolling Stones sits outside his former high school, unable to bring himsel…
 
In 1947, Chuck Yeager made history when he flew faster than the speed of sound. But was he really the first to do it? On this episode, Steven talks to aviation historian and retired fighter pilot Dan Hampton, whose book “Chasing the Demon” presents an alternate history of the quest to reach Mach 1. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all epi…
 
With each test run, pilot Chuck Yeager is getting closer to taking the top secret Bell X-1 plane past the speed of sound. But just before a critical flight, an accident on the ground jeopardizes his chances of success. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, …
 
Esther Rose might surprise you. She certainly gave me a start at the very beginning of our conversation when I found out that she was not living in New Orleans anymore, after having called the Crescent CIty home for the past decade. It turns out that she had followed her muse to the high desert of Taos, New Mexico, a place that she had thought abou…
 
In the 1940s, as planes got faster, it seemed like they were hitting a wall -- literally. Many pilots tried to travel faster than the speed of sound, often with fatal results. Could American test pilot Chuck Yeager succeed where they had failed? Or would his daredevil attitude get him grounded before he gets a chance? Listen to new episodes 1 week …
 
In the summer of 1888, just as the electric chair controversy was unfolding, Nikola Tesla moved to Pittsburgh to work for George Westinghouse, fulfilling a year-long commitment he made when Westinghouse purchased Tesla’s AC motor patents. The deal would make Tesla a millionaire, but it would ultimately threaten to topple Westinghouse’s business. Su…
 
After his unceremonious departure from Edison Electric, Nikola Tesla found himself broke and dejected, but more determined than ever to share his alternating current system with the world. And thanks to the help of one man who really believed in his work -- a man with vision, money and power -- he’d soon have his chance. Tesla had Edison in his sit…
 
There is a complexity to Tyler Ramsey’s music, and a corresponding simplicity. It makes for an intriguing yin and yang, with an abundance of lyrical and instrumental components matched with his lucid fingerpicking style guitar playing. These stylistic poles are not opposites in Tyler’s musical world, rather they become complimentary, and over his c…
 
On August 6, 1890, a prisoner named William Kemmler became the first man executed in the electric chair. It was designed to be a more humane form of execution, but the gruesome scene in the death chamber that day revealed the device to be anything but. Behind the story of the electric chair lies another story, involving three titans of innovation—T…
 
What new technologies might eventually replace the still-popular but widely debunked polygraph? On this episode, Steven talks with Ken Alder, author of the book “The Lie Detectors: The History of an American Obsession,” about the lie detector’s enduring appeal and uncertain future. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free wit…
 
Somehow, I missed out on James “Pony” Bradshaw’s major label debut, Sudden Opera, a well received record that was really his second album following his self-released debut. I almost missed out on his next album, the newly minted disc Calico Jim. Skimming over the songs to get an initial impression did not stop me in my tracks, which is a qualifier …
 
In 1922, a murder case in Washington, DC presents the first opportunity for lie detector results to be used in a criminal trial. But even as lie detectors become more commonly used, one of the device’s inventors begins to have serious doubts about the accuracy of his creation. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with Won…
 
The weed whacker. The microwave. Instant noodles. Three simple yet ingenious inventions that challenged the status quo and made our lives easier. On this special episode, we tell the stories of three inventors who, through their visionary products, showed us the way things should be. Presented by Carmax.…
 
Humans are shockingly bad at telling whether or not someone is lying. That’s why, a century ago, psychologists and criminologists developed machines to detect lies for us, by measuring blood pressure, pulse, and breathing rate. Their lie detectors promised to revolutionize the criminal justice system. But is it really possible for science to separa…
 
When people talk about artists like Aretha Franklin, St. Vincent, Paul Brady and Sam Cooke, they tend to talk about these artists’ best known work, their music that came after their formative years. For Aretha Franklin and Sam Cooke, her Columbia Records sides and his time in The Soul Stirrers tend to get glossed over. For the casual fan, who remem…
 
On February 18th, 2021, Perseverance will become the latest NASA rover to land on Mars. To mark the occasion, Steven talks to two of the engineers behind the Mars rover program: Dr. Anita Sengupta, who designed the parachute systems for the Curiosity rover in 2012, and Dr. Matt Smith, one of the flight directors guiding Perseverance towards its lan…
 
Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin are preparing to land on the Moon. The whole world is watching live on television. But something is very wrong: Their warning alarms are flashing. There’s only one woman who can fix it: MIT software engineer Margaret Hamilton. This episode originally aired on March 14, 2019. Listen to new episodes 1 week ea…
 
Memphis quintet Lucero has been making straight ahead rock without a hint of pretense since 1998, and just over two decades in, they are at an inevitable crossroads of sorts. A little over twenty years in with record number ten would be mileposts no matter what life had brought a band, but throw in big life changes (welcome ones for front man Ben N…
 
A Mars colony by 2040? Children born on Mars by 2050? It still sounds like the stuff of science fiction, but more than ever, it’s within reach. On this episode, Steven talks to engineer, author and Mars evangelist Dr. Robert Zubrin about why putting humans on the red planet isn’t just a scientific and technological exercise -- it’s also a way to en…
 
Led by an iconoclastic engineer who barely graduated high school, NASA jumps back into the race to send humans to Mars. But first, they need to figure out how to land larger vehicles on the treacherous Martian surface – and how to make enough oxygen for humans to one day colonize the red planet. Support us by supporting our sponsors! Peloton - Get …
 
For those who adhere to the old adage that “If you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room,” you would likely feel comfortable being in the company of Dom Flemons. Now living in Chicago, he has called many places home, from his native Arizona to North Carolina to Washington, D.C., and has covered even more musical territory, ma…
 
After making his fortune in the dot-com boom, tech entrepreneur Elon Musk decides to take on a new challenge: going into space, and eventually colonizing Mars. To him, rockets are outdated technology just waiting to be disrupted. But he soon learns that space is not so easily conquered. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad fre…
 
After a brief pause over the holidays, it is time to jump into the new year with a strong lineup of guest artists here at Southern Songs and Stories. On deck is Dom Flemons who has a new song with Reverend Peyton featured in his episode, as well as Amythyst Kiah who is soon to raise her profile with her album Wary + Strange, with its lead single “B…
 
Even after the Apollo program put astronauts on the moon, Mars remained out of reach. Then, in 1990, an ambitious engineer hatched an ingenious plan to send the first humans to the red planet. But will anyone at NASA buy into his idea? Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binge…
 
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As Horace Wells’ life goes from bad to worse, William Morton becomes an unlikely hero. This episode originally aired on November 22, 2018. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App https://wondery.app.link/inn…
 
After experimenting on himself, Horace Wells realized that laughing gas might help make surgeries less painful. But his search for a business partner would lead him to a fateful encounter with a petty crook named William Morton. This episode originally aired on November 15, 2020. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with …
 
For decades, Americans resigned themselves to gritting their teeth through the agony of surgery. But then an eminent surgeon, a charming swindler, and his hapless mark crossed paths and changed everything. This episode originally aired on November 8, 2018. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ …
 
It's here!!! The first annual Pop Daydreams award show! We have nine illusive awards to give out, listen to see if your fav wins any! Don't forget to send us a funny review of any album that was released this year and we might read it aloud on our end of year episode! Email us at thepopdaydreams@gmail.com! As always thanks for listening! Don't forg…
 
No survey of current bluegrass is accurate without mention of Darin and Brooke Aldridge. The husband and wife duo, whose first album came in 2008, are now at the center of what contemporary bluegrass does best. And they have the hardware and chart hits to attest to that — for starters, Brooke is the 4-time, reigning IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year…
 
2020 has been a year of struggle, uncertainty and loss. It has also forced us to adapt and innovate in nearly every aspect of our lives. But no innovation this year has been more important and more astounding than the Covid-19 vaccine. On this year-end episode, Steven talks to Bruce Gellin, president of Global Immunization at the Sabin Vaccine Inst…
 
Surprise! We're back with a new episode were we recap the pop music events that have taken place since our brief hiatus! Don't forget to send us a funny review of any album that was released this year and we might read it aloud on our end of year episode! Email us at thepopdaydreams@gmail.com! As always thanks for listening! Don't forgot you can fo…
 
Alexander Graham Bell wouldn’t recognize the telephone today. Our phones allow us to keep the internet in our pockets and offer an endless stream of information and entertainment. But they're also altering our society. On this episode, Steven talks to Dr Larry Rosen, co-author of “The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High Tech World,” about how…
 
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