This is a recording of the 2011 earthquake in Japan, taken near Tokyo. The first blast is the main shock, followed by aftershocks as the tectonic plates adjusted themselves.
This week our guest picker is Carl Zimmer. He’s chosen to take us on a tour through some of the more interesting sounds of science.
Carl Zimmer is a columnist at the New York Times, where his column “Matter” appears each Thursday. He is also the author of twelve books about
The Fourth Urban Legendary Show! Remember, if you’d like to support the show (and get behind-the-scenes content and rewards – check out the Patreon site at patreon.com/kyliesturgess ***** For this episode – there’s a distinct trend towards graphic art, comic art, gaming and promoting science, feminism, reason and the love of philosophy. ...
Everyone likes slime! And it's easy to make, in its various forms.Cornflour Slime:All you need is cornflour (made from actual corn - maize - not the "wheaten" version you can get in Australia, which is made from wheat), water, some colouring, a bowl and a spoon. The process is: Pour cornflour into a bowl, Stir in small amounts of water until the cornflour becomes a thick paste. I prefer to have the water coloured at this point, as it helps to more effectively spread the colour throughout