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From everyday science puzzlers to the latest in controversial issues, join host Ken Huxley as he roams the Ontario Science Centre, looking for answers to your science questions…

2013/09/11 - EPISODE 132

What is a pulsar?

We can see stars in the night sky but we can hear them too!

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2013/07/30 - EPISODE 131
Plight of the butterflies
Why is the eastern monarch population at an all-time low?
Help the Monarch Butterfly Fund
(11.6 MB, 14:18)
2013/07/24 - EPISODE 130
Space’s final frontier…recovery!
Is readjusting to life on Earth the most dangerous part of space travel?
Mars One mission
(15.9 MB, 17:14)
2013/03/08 - EPISODE 129
Chris Hadfield leads a Canadian experiment to track cosmic radiation.
Sara explains RADI-N2 and the Ontario Science Centre’s data so far.
Explore our Spark Chamber!
(8.9 MB, 09:32)
2013/02/19 - EPISODE 128
Another first for astronaut Chris Hadfield
Hadfield will become the first Canadian to command the International Space Station.
Follow Chris on Twitter
(6.3 MB, 16:42)
2013/02/15 - EPISODE 127
Sometimes citizen science gets its start with simply having fun, helping out and getting wet.
We meet 13 year-old volunteer citizen scientist Tavish McClean in part two of our series on the Bowmanville Fish Lift Project.
(15.4 MB, 06:42)
2012/11/15 - EPISODE 126
Citizen scientists help salmon up the creek without a ladder.
We discuss the science behind the Bowmanville Fish Lift Project.
(9.8 MB, 10:26)
2012/10/26 - EPISODE 125
What's life like at the edge of the solar system?
After a 35 year journey, the Voyager 1 probe prepares to enter interstellar space.
(13.4 MB, 14:07)
2012/08/31 - EPISODE 124
What are some of the weird ways that animals communicate?
David Sugarman explains how different animals communicate and why.
(13.1 MB, 14:07)
2012/03/05 - EPISODE 123
What lies hidden in Lake Vostok?
Are Russian scientists poised to unlock the secrets of the world's largest sub-glacial lake?
(14.3 MB, 15:28)
2012/02/29 - EPISODE 122
Why did scientists create a deadly virus in the lab?
We explore the science and controversy surrounding a man-made strain of H5N1 bird flu.
(13.3 MB, 14:21)
2011/11/24 - EPISODE 121
Will robots ever be able to do everything that humans can?
Why a 6 month-old child is more intelligent than the most sophisticated robot.
Science Centre Robots Rule! Weekend on YouTube
(13.1 MB, 14:09)
2011/10/26 - EPISODE 120
How many people can the Earth support?
We discuss the impact of 7 billion people on our planet.
Visit our "7 Billion Population" web page
(8.7 MB, 09:19)
2011/09/06 - EPISODE 119
Is the Rock-Paper-Scissors game just blind luck?
New research suggests players subconsciously mimic each other's hand shapes.
Read the results of our 'Rock-Paper-Scissors' experiment!
(9.9 MB, 10:39)
2011/08/04 - EPISODE 118
What's in store for the future of space exploration?
Space Shuttle era ends with Atlantis' final mission.
Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen on the future of the space program
(11 MB, 11:50)
2011/05/17 - EPISODE 117
What does the space shuttle have in common with a pool table and a Geiger counter?
Zoran gets behind the eight ball to explain this riddle.
Watch the demo from our HotZone!
(7.4 MB, 07:58)
2010/10/15 - EPISODE 116
Will smartphones revolutionize scientific research?
Sara discusses "Visibility," a smartphone app designed to monitor air quality.
Get "Visibility" for Android
(9.6 MB, 10:22)
2010/10/08 - EPISODE 115
Why do so many volcanoes and earthquakes occur along the Pacific Ring of Fire?
Zoran explains what's shakin' in New Zealand and Indonesia.
(7.8 MB, 08:26)
2010/09/24 - EPISODE 114
Can bad news be good for your self-esteem?
News stories you choose to read may be connected to your age and level of self-esteem.
(7 MB, 07:34)
2010/09/17 - EPISODE 113
Why were microbes from an English fishing village sent to the ISS?
Find out how well cyanobacteria weathered 553 days in outer space.
(8 MB, 08:37)
2010/09/01 - EPISODE 112
What does the future hold for stem cells?
Artificially created stem cells may revolutionize research and therapies.
(10.1 MB, 10:51)
2010/08/23 - EPISODE 111
Scientists sniff out the bowhead whale's sense of smell.
Why has this simple fact eluded scientists for so long?
(6.5 MB, 06:59)
2010/07/30 - EPISODE 110
Does all vodka taste the same?
Chemical engineers distill the molecular cocktail behind the brands.
(9.1 MB, 09:47)
2010/07/22 - EPISODE 109
What goes into the design of a World Cup soccer ball?
The RedShift Report tackles the science behind the Addidas Jabulani.
(9.9 MB, 10:44)
2010/07/09 - EPISODE 108
How do you take the temperature of an extinct animal?
Scientists dig up fresh dinosaur science.
Learn more about dinosaurs at the Royal Tyrrell Museum
(10.3 MB, 11:09)
2010/07/02 - EPISODE 107
Can pressure-cooking algae produce affordable fuel?
Find out why scientists are having a gas with crude oil.
Energy saving tips from Natural Resources Canada
(9.7 MB, 10:29)
2010/05/17 - EPISODE 106
Can any animals live without oxygen?
Biologists find breathing room for this idea in the Mediterranean mud.
(7.7 MB, 08:18)
2010/05/07 - EPISODE 105
Is multitasking a myth?
Get ready to meet those multitasking masters, the supertaskers!
(10.2 MB, 11:02)
2010/04/30 - EPISODE 104
Who's got the right stuff to lead the flock?
When is comes to collective behaviour, pigeons are no bird-brains.
Video from Sciencenews.org: GPS pigeon tracking
(7.4 MB, 07:59)
2010/04/16 - EPISODE 103
What causes jet lag?
Find out what makes your biological clock tick!
(9 MB, 09:41)
2010/04/01 - EPISODE 102
Is the human brain hard-wired to play fair?
For richer or poorer, our gray matter may be devoted to equality.
(7.7 MB, 08:18)
2010/03/18 - EPISODE 101
Is the electric car really a green machine?
Find out whether drivers are en route to a smaller carbon footprint or energy gridlock.
(7.6 MB, 08:09)
2010/02/26 - EPISODE 100
What's cooking in the cosmic soup?
Get some quarks, add gluons and heat to four trillion degrees Kelvin and stir frequently. A recipe for...what?
(7.9 MB, 08:28)
2010/02/18 - EPISODE 99
What does it take to become an Olympic biathlete?
Julie shares the ingredients required to give the biathlon your best shot.
(7.8 MB, 08:31)
2010/02/12 - EPISODE 98
What is narcissism?
Why a little navel gazing might actually be good for us.
(8.9 MB, 09:36)
2010/02/05 - EPISODE 97
What is the deepest part of the ocean?
The RedShift Report celebrates the 50th anniversary of the only manned trip to the floor of the Marianas Trench.
(8.1 MB, 08:46)
2010/01/29 - EPISODE 96
What makes music emotional?
Clues to why the major and minor keys speak to our moods.
(7.9 MB, 08:28)
2010/01/22 - EPISODE 95
Why do mosquitoes make that annoying buzzing sound?
Get out your citronella candles...there's love in the air.
(7.4 MB, 07:58)
2009/12/22 - EPISODE 94
What's the biggest star ever discovered?
Zoran Miscevic sheds light on a spectacular corner of the universe.
(7.5 MB, 08:02)
2009/12/18 - EPISODE 93
Is the coin toss really random?
Donna Francis flips this common assumption on its head.
(6.2 MB, 06:37)
2009/07/29 - EPISODE 92
Are animals capable of deception?
This week the RedShift Report investigates the monkey business behind primate behaviour.
(12.2 MB, 08:05)
2009/05/19 - EPISODE 91
Should we be worried about satellites crashing above our heads?
A collision between Russian and US satellites may launch debate over responsibility for space junk.
(6.4 MB, 06:50)
2009/03/09 - EPISODE 90
What's the difference between pressed and burned CDs?
Learn how lasers can light the way for detecting the fingerprint of a bootleg CD.
(10.5 MB, 06:42)
2009/01/12 - EPISODE 89
What is a leap second and why is one being added this year?
Donna Francis brings Alex up to speed on atomic clocks and the Earth's slowing rotation.
(5 MB, 05:20)
2008/12/15 - EPISODE 88
What is global dimming?
After masking effects of global warming for 30 years, a decline in global dimming is creating an atmosphere of concern among scientists.
(5.8 MB, 06:14)
2008/12/08 - EPISODE 87
Do dogs or humans have cleaner mouths?
This week the RedShift Report brushes up on the science behind bad breath.
(3.8 MB, 03:59)
2008/11/28 - EPISODE 86
What exactly is biogas?
Find out why producing methane gas from poop is a source of environmentally-friendly energy.
(5.9 MB, 06:16)
2008/11/03 - EPISODE 85
Why do leaves change colour in the fall?
Listen as Alex and Donna Francis explore the science behind brilliant autumn foliage.
(5.7 MB, 06:07)
2008/10/15 - EPISODE 84
What's the big deal about layered steel?
For centuries, swordsmiths forged ahead in search of the strongest alloys of iron and carbon.
(4.2 MB, 04:29)
2008/10/08 - EPISODE 83
What is the definition of a dinosaur?
Make no bones about it; these prehistoric creatures had a distinguished evolution.
(4.1 MB, 04:20)
2008/09/09 - EPISODE 82
What were the fighting secrets of the Viking berserkers?
Find out why these frenzied warriors may have been wolfing down toadstools between battles.
(5.9 MB, 06:21)
2008/07/14 - EPISODE 81
During pregnancy with a male child is a woman considered a hermaphrodite?
Tune in as senior scientist Hooley McLaughlin delivers the facts on this gender-bending question.
(6.2 MB, 06:38)
2008/06/02 - EPISODE 80
What are the pros and cons of ballpoint pens?
Since their invention, the writing was on the wall for quills and ink wells. Find out why ballpoints make better pen pals.
(5.6 MB, 06:02)
2008/05/08 - EPISODE 79
What is a quantum computer?
Is a molecule-sized brain capable of solving huge computational problems faster than traditional computers.
(7 MB, 07:28)
2008/04/14 - EPISODE 78
What's the future of space tourism?
Alex is over the moon about spacecraft technologies that may put these flights of fancy within everyone's reach.
(6.9 MB, 07:27)
2008/04/04 - EPISODE 77
Is microwave food bad for you?
Find out why rumours about the dangers of "nuking" snacks might be half-baked.
(6 MB, 06:25)
2008/03/10 - EPISODE 76
What are stem cells?
What are stem cells? They promise to revolutionize medicine but the world is still divided over stem cells. Find out why.
(7.3 MB, 07:51)
2008/02/19 - EPISODE 75
How is artificial snow made?
From snow guns to designer crystals formed in the lab, snowmaking is no flaky science.
(8.1 MB, 08:43)
2008/01/30 - EPISODE 74
What is the future of the telescope?
Four hundred years after its invention, a new telescope may bring the origins of the universe into sharper focus.
(7.8 MB, 08:25)
2008/01/16 - EPISODE 73
Can we control the weather?
Alex investigates technologies that are taking the world by storm.
(6.2 MB, 06:37)
2007/12/17 - EPISODE 72
Do hand sanitizers actually work?
Donna Francis puts the bug in Alex's ear about safe ways to wash up.
(5.9 MB, 06:20)
2007/12/10 - EPISODE 71
What are buckyballs?
Zoran investigates microscopic carbon nanotubes that may help scientists build an elevator into space.
(6.2 MB, 06:39)
2007/11/23 - EPISODE 70
What's new in the Science Centre Space hall?
Astronomer Sara Poirier introduces Alex to a collection of magnetic personalities from our new Meteorite Gallery.
(7.5 MB, 08:04)
2007/11/14 - EPISODE 69
What gives hot peppers their heat?
Alex takes on this burning question to learn about spicy compounds that are currying favour with doctors and patients.
(5.7 MB, 06:09)
2007/11/07 - EPISODE 68
How do the dimples on a golf ball help it fly further?
When it comes to complex aerodynamics, golf balls may be on par with airplanes and cars. Devon Hamilton takes a swing at explaining why.
(7.6 MB, 08:09)
2007/11/01 - EPISODE 67
How many dimensions are there?
This one might bend your head a little. Walter Stoddard takes Alex through some of the extra dimensions that are being studied by some of today's top theoretical physicists.
(7.5 MB, 08:04)
2007/10/24 - EPISODE 66
What do algae have to do with high tech sensors?
David Sugarman explains why scientists are shelling out for computer chips made of plankton skeletons.
(7 MB, 07:31)
2007/10/17 - EPISODE 65
Happy "beep beep" to you! What's so special about Sputnik's 50th birthday?
In 1957, Russian satellite Sputnik became the first to achieve orbit, inspiring the high-tech satellites of today. Zoran Miscevic tells us how.
(8.5 MB, 09:13)
2007/10/11 - EPISODE 64
What's behind the light in a shooting star?
Is it all friction, or is there something more going on when a shooting star lights up the night sky? Astronomer Sara Poirier explains why shooting stars have such colourful tails.
(7.3 MB, 07:50)
2007/10/02 - EPISODE 63
Do whales have uvulae?
If you're unlucky enough to get swallowed by Moby Dick, can you save yourself on the way down by grabbing onto his uvula? Hold on to your hats. The answer may surprise you.
(5.2 MB, 05:34)
2007/09/25 - EPISODE 62
What are energy drinks and how do they affect the body?
Find out why high octane drinks that cause you to crash and burn give scientist Rich Vieira a case of the jitters.
(7.9 MB, 08:31)
2007/09/12 - EPISODE 61
How do astronauts stay in shape in outer space?
Alex chats with Devon Hamilton about what astronauts do to keep their bodies fit and how they counter the effects of micro-gravity.
(7.1 MB, 07:38)
2007/07/24 - EPISODE 60
What is the Higgs Boson and does it exist?
Scientists fire up the massive particle accelerators in hopes of discovering the elusive Higgs Boson and other hypothetical elementary particles.
(7.5 MB, 08:05)
2007/07/13 - EPISODE 59
Is it harmful to feed your dog chocolate?
Chocolate may give humans a bigger buzz than kissing, but for dogs the experience can be bittersweet. Rich Vieira reports on the dark side of chocolate.
(6.7 MB, 07:10)
2007/07/03 - EPISODE 58
How do human beings react to solitary confinement?
Scientists climb the walls trying to understand the effects of isolation on astronauts.
(6.9 MB, 07:28)
2007/06/11 - EPISODE 57
Where are all the baby animals?
Don't go squirrelly if you're having trouble spotting nature's newborns. Julie Jones explains why animals that grow up fast have no time to kid around.
(5 MB, 05:17)
2007/05/28 - EPISODE 56
Can cell phone radiation harm your body?
David Sugarman examines a spectrum of research and gadgets that may give the cell phone a warmer reception.
(6.6 MB, 07:03)
2007/05/14 - EPISODE 55
Why do spinning eggs stand on end?
While scientists in the UK and Japan hatch theories, the RedShift Report's Walter Stoddard takes a hard boiled look at the physics behind elevating eggs.
(6.7 MB, 07:10)
2007/05/07 - EPISODE 54
How big can numbers get?
Did you know that the number of Rubik's Cube combinations is 100 times greater than the age of the universe? Count yourself in as Zoran Miscevic squares off with those innumerable numbers.
(10 MB, 10:46)
2007/04/16 - EPISODE 53
Can music make you smarter?
Should you bang your head to Metallica or Mozart to boost your IQ? Bend an ear as Sara Poirier explains why music strikes a sympathetic chord with our brains.
(7 MB, 07:33)
2007/04/10 - EPISODE 52
Pollination situation: Are bees dying out?
U.S. and European beekeepers are losing up to 90% of their hives to a mysterious sickness. Rich Vieira discusses our reliance on the not-so-busy bees and what might be happening to them.
(6.8 MB, 07:21)
2007/04/02 - EPISODE 51
Can humans survive on the surface of Mars?
Pack your sun block and algae ice cream. Devon Hamilton's Martian survival guide will leave you starry-eyed.
(8 MB, 08:39)
2007/03/26 - EPISODE 50
Tapping maple syrup to replace plastics.
For trees, spring thaw is a sticky business. Julie Jones uncovers the roots of why trees produce sap and groundbreaking uses for it.
(6.1 MB, 06:35)
2007/03/08 - EPISODE 49
Why is lake water is always more calm at dawn and dusk?
Still waters might run deep, but they're calm for a different reason. Alex and Donna Francis reflect on lake water, wind and earth.
(6.1 MB, 06:34)
2007/02/26 - EPISODE 48
The RedShift Report goes 4-D to talk about space-time.
We know that light can be bent by gravity. Is it possible for light to bend so much that it travels back toward its origin? Zoran Miscevic gives us the straight goods on how to bend light.
(8.7 MB, 09:23)
2007/02/14 - EPISODE 47
Why are humans monogamous?
Birds do it. Some fish do it. We do it - for the most part - but why? Check out the special Valentine's Day Video Edition of the RedShift Report here!
(6.2 MB, 06:42)
2007/02/08 - EPISODE 46
Global Warming - What Can I Do?
Change starts at home. Alex speaks with David Sugarman about some of the things we all can do to help combat climate change.
(5.2 MB, 05:32)
2007/02/02 - EPISODE 45
Are yawns really contagious?
What makes us yawn? Alex MacDonald yaks with Rich Vieira about yawning.
(5.5 MB, 17:54)
2007/01/29 - EPISODE 44
Weird ways the world wobbles.
Are we standing on a giant cosmic ball of tapioca!? Devon Hamilton and The RedShift Report's new host Alex MacDonald, discuss the Earth's strange vibes.
(4.2 MB, 08:58)
2006/11/10 - EPISODE 43
Let your body do the talkin'!
Is there more going on between us than meets the ears? Sara Poirier and I talk body language.
(3.5 MB, 07:19)
2006/10/27 - EPISODE 42
Earthquake! (Or was it a bomb?)
How do we really know North Korea set off a nuclear bomb? Zoran Miscevic helps sort through the clues.
(3.7 MB, 07:53)
2006/10/13 - EPISODE 41
Are humans due for a redesign?
David Sugarman thinks there's a lot that's weird about the way humans are built. I do too!
(4.2 MB, 08:56)
2006/10/06 - EPISODE 40
What's living in your food?
Yogurt is alive! Cheese is infested with mould! Donna Francis and I talk about what's living in your food - and why it's there.
(3.6 MB, 07:34)
2006/09/22 - EPISODE 39
What the heck is a "redshift"?
This may be the 39th episode of the RedShift Report, but it's the first time I learn what a "redshift" actually is! Thanks Walter Stoddard!
(3.9 MB, 08:15)
2006/09/15 - EPISODE 38
Where's the centre of the universe?
Zoran Miscevic expands my knowledge of "The Big Bang". Or should that be "The Big Stretch"?
(3.6 MB, 07:32)
2006/09/01 - EPISODE 37
Corn has ears... potatoes have eyes... do plants have feelings too?
Julie Jones digs up some answers about plants and the five senses.
(4 MB, 08:25)
2006/08/11 - EPISODE 36
Are super-sized fish-eating beavers roaming South America?
Laura Murray reports on the possibility of these rodents of unusual size.
(3.9 MB, 08:18)
2006/08/04 - EPISODE 35
What's the biggest living thing on Earth?
Is it the Quaking Aspen? Giant Redwood trees? The Blue Whale? Julie Jones and I discuss the biggest living thing on Earth!
(3.3 MB, 06:58)
2006/07/14 - EPISODE 34
Do black holes have any dark secrets?
Zoran Miscevic and I explore "the exact nature of a black hole".
(5 MB, 10:35)
2006/06/30 - EPISODE 33
What's growing on? The roof is green!
Andrew Masuello helps sow some answers about what green roofs are and why we've built one on top of the Science Centre.
(4.7 MB, 09:57)
2006/06/23 - EPISODE 32
iPod ear buds in a knot? It's entropy!
Erika Kiessner unravels the mystery behind why garden hoses and iPod ear buds seem to get tangled up so easily.
(4.5 MB, 09:36)
2006/06/16 - EPISODE 31
Is 96% of the universe missing?
We can detect it's out there... Zoran Miscevic knows where to start looking for it.
(3.8 MB, 07:59)
2006/06/09 - EPISODE 30
Know how lightning works? (Scientists don't!)
Julie Jones reveals the shocking truth that although lightning is cool, scientists don't exactly know how it works.
(7.7 MB, 08:23)
2006/06/02 - EPISODE 29
Pssst! Wanna name a star?
David Sugarman explains that if you want to name it, you've got to discover it!
(4 MB, 08:36)
2006/05/12 - EPISODE 28
Question everything - even the RedShift Report!
Erika Kiessner takes on the topic of probability... and how we kinda got it wrong in an earlier episode.
(4.5 MB, 09:42)
2006/05/05 - EPISODE 27
Can city critters be country critters too?
Take one city raccoon. Banish it to the countryside. Donna Francis knows what's going to happen.
(3.5 MB, 07:25)
2006/04/28 - EPISODE 26
A ring around the moon?
Walter Stoddard illuminates me (and you) about moon rings and rainbows.
(4.1 MB, 08:44)
2006/04/21 - EPISODE 25
Sonar, so good!
Zoran Miscevic explains why the machine that goes "ping", goes "ping".
(3.3 MB, 06:59)
2006/04/07 - EPISODE 24
Black holes = certain death?
Suzanne Taylor sheds some light on the subject of black holes: Will they destroy the universe?
(3.6 MB, 07:37)
2006/03/31 - EPISODE 23
Shocking news for hairy men!
I spark up a conversation with Sara Poirier on static electricity and what you can do to prevent it.
(7.9 MB, 08:38)
2006/03/17 - EPISODE 22
Can you read this?
Donna Francis can - and knows why you might be able to also!
(4.6 MB, 09:50)
2006/03/10 - EPISODE 21
Where's the Science Centre? (GPS to the rescue!)
Walter Stoddard has navigated his way to the microphone with the details.
(5 MB, 10:35)
2006/03/03 - EPISODE 20
Who's Tesla?
Zoran Miscevic knows!
(4.1 MB, 08:40)
2006/02/24 - EPISODE 19
What do your pheromones say about you?
Laura Murray sniffs out the truth.
(3.8 MB, 07:59)
2006/02/17 - EPISODE 18
Is coffee high in antioxidants?
David Sugarman brews up an answer.
(3.3 MB, 06:55)
2006/02/10 - EPISODE 17
The science of love is in the air...
Sara Poirier and David Sugarman put their heads - and hearts - into questions on love, sex and relationships.
(2.5 MB, 05:18)
2006/02/03 - EPISODE 16
How does an MRI machine work?
Zoran Miscevic gives an "attractive" explanation.
(3.9 MB, 08:13)
2006/01/27 - EPISODE 15
We can send you into space... but can we hear you?
The answer comes through loud-and-clear from Sara Poirier.
(4.1 MB, 08:46)
2006/01/20 - EPISODE 14
Is the sky falling?
Suzanne Taylor is down with the details on meteorites.
(2.8 MB, 05:59)
2006/01/13 - EPISODE 13
Can you slingshot around a black hole?
Walter Stoddard takes a shot at a response.
(3.6 MB, 07:38)
2006/01/06 - EPISODE 12
What is lake effect snow?
Andrew Masuello's hung his toque at the door and has an explanation.
(3.7 MB, 07:53)
2005/11/14 - EPISODE 11
Where does mucus come from?
David Sugarman coughs up some answers.
(3.2 MB, 06:40)
2005/10/24 - EPISODE 10
Can you divide humans up into different races?
Dr. Hooley McLaughlin and Kevin von Appen speak to the question.
(2.7 MB, 05:42)
2005/09/26 - EPISODE 9
The science of cappuccino foam.
Donna Francis whips up some facts.
(3.6 MB, 07:42)
2005/09/12 - EPISODE 8
Are we mutating?
Rich Vieira (and the Human Gene Mutation Database) have the answer.
(2.8 MB, 05:50)
2005/08/19 - EPISODE 7
What if everyone went swimming at the same time?
I float the question to Erika Kiessner.
(2.8 MB, 05:55)
2005/08/12 - EPISODE 6
If a cheetah and a silverfish raced, which one would win?
We get a quick answer from David Sugarman.
(2.5 MB, 05:15)
2005/07/27 - EPISODE 5
Pop science: Will cola dissolve your teeth?
Sara Poirier is a fountain of knowledge on the subject.
(2.7 MB, 05:36)
2005/07/24 - EPISODE 4
If you open an envelope in the dark, do you see sparks?
Donna Francis explains what we see.
(2.1 MB, 04:19)
2005/07/05 - EPISODE 3
What's been happening on the Space Station lately?
Will Deep Impact be a smashing success? Walter Stoddard and Suzanne Taylor know!
(2.8 MB, 05:50)
2005/06/24 - EPISODE 2
Does creationism have any place in a publicly funded museum?
Dr. Hooley McLaughlin and Kevin von Appen discuss the issue.
(3.5 MB, 07:27)
2005/06/15 - EPISODE 1
Can you really catch something off a toilet seat?
Julie Jones and David Sugarman help answer this dirty question.
(2.1 MB, 04:20)
Young man listening to music on iPod