Ecogeeks : Untamed Science Video PodcastAuthor: Untamed Science
18 Aug 2018

Ecogeeks : Untamed Science Video Podcast

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A science video podcast that explains science topics in a fun and exciting way. Not only is it great for science teachers to download to show in the classroom, but its an ideal podcast for the nature lover. Videos are linked to informational pages on our new site untamedscience.com.

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    Crazy Animal Births

    Crazy Animal BirthsIt's spring and that means many animals are having babies. When most of us think of animals having and raising young though, what do we imagine? We raise this rhetorical question to help remind you that there is lots of diversity in the ways animals have and raise their young. In this Untamed Science weekly video we touch on a half dozen crazy animal births in the animal kingdom. For more information, check out our Youtube Page.

  • Posted on 09 Apr 2013

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    When is Acceleration the Greatest in Skydiving?

    Acceleration and SkydivingThink about this question for a second - when is acceleration the greatest in skydiving? Is it when you jump out, right before you open your shoot, after you open your shoot, or when you get to the ground? The concept seems simple enough but many people get it wrong. For more information, check out our Youtube Page.

  • Posted on 26 Mar 2013

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    World Water Day

    Chemistry of LoveYep, that's right. It's time to think about water again. This video isn't about how to take shorter showers though. We're just here to celebrate the day. Last month we took a trip down the Colorado River - all 225 miles of it. It was a grueling trip and it made us think about water in a whole new way! For more information, check out our Youtube Page.

  • Posted on 22 Mar 2013

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    Chemistry of Love

    Chemistry of LoveWith Valentines Day upon us once again, we decided it was a good time to bring up these famous love chemicals - dopamine, serotonine, and adrenaline. Jonas and Louise spent some time on this topic a few years back during their Chemistry Calendar work, and we thought it was worthy enough to touch on once more. For more information, check out our Youtube Page.

  • Posted on 19 Mar 2013

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    Hibernation: A Wintery Slumber

    Bear HibernationDid you know that bears don't hibernate like other animals? It's true. In fact, some bear biologists call them superhibernators. We're back to podcasting this spring, and wanted to start off with a nice winter theme for this first video. If you're having problems watching this video watch it on Youtube.

  • Posted on 18 Mar 2013

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