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Dr Karl Podcast

Dr Karl Podcast

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Join Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Lucy Smith and their scientific guests, with a bunch of curious triple j listeners for a weekly injection of science, myth-bashing and answers!

898 - Cremations vs. burials, walking sharks and consciousness
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  • 898 - Cremations vs. burials, walking sharks and consciousness

    Is height predetermined at birth? Could plants have memories? And when we die, is it more environmentally friendly to get cremated or buried?  Dr Karl and special guest Zoe Kean answer these questions and more on triple j Mornings with Lucy Smith.

    Thu, 18 Jul 2024 - 40min
  • 897 - Cool burning, phantom vibrations and the other side

    How do some trees survive extreme bushfires? Where did AI begin? And what's the climate change issue that's not getting enough coverage? For this NAIDOC Week special, Dr Karl is joined by Tiahni Adamson to answer these questions and more on triple j Mornings with Lucy Smith.

    Thu, 11 Jul 2024 - 41min
  • 896 - Ageing brains, poo colour and conspiracy theories

    Why does it become harder to learn things as we get older? If you injured yourself in space, would it hurt as much as it would on earth? And why does cheese taste better melted?  Dr Karl answers these questions and more on triple j Mornings with Lucy Smith.

    Thu, 04 Jul 2024 - 40min
  • 895 - Crying headaches, subtitles and human evolution

    Can long term use of cannabis change your eye colour? Why do adults feel the cold more than kids? And what will the next stage of human evolution look like?  Dr Karl answers these questions and more on triple j Mornings with Lucy Smith.

    Thu, 27 Jun 2024 - 39min
  • 894 - Blood types, nanny naps and the winter solstice

    Why does our skin dry out more in winter? If you were born deaf and blind, how would you think? And is sparkling water just as hydrating as regular water?  Dr Karl answers these questions and more on triple j Mornings with Lucy Smith.

    Thu, 20 Jun 2024 - 38min
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