How RNA Reads DNA (w/ SNaQ’s Ralph Crewe), How Envy Can Be Good, and Coriolis Effect
Learn about why envy isn’t always a bad thing; how the Coriolis Effect affects the way things on the Earth rotate; and how RNA knows how to read DNA, with some help from a special guest from Science News and Qs (also known as SNaQ), a Carnegie Science Center podcast.
In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following stories from Curiosity.com — and get some help from SNaQ creator and host Ralph Crewe answering a listener question — to help you get smarter and learn something new in just a few minutes:
- Envy Can Be Good for You — https://curiosity.im/2DmlK2I
- Do Toilets in the Southern Hemisphere Really Swirl the Opposite Direction? — https://curiosity.im/2DhYz9T
More from Ralph Crewe:
- Science News and Qs (SNaQ), a Carnegie Science Center Podcast — http://snaq.podbean.com/
- Getting Curious with Ashley and Cody of Curiosity on SNaQ — https://snaq.podbean.com/e/getting-curious-with-ashley-and-cody-of-curiosity/
- Learn more about the Carnegie Science Center — http://www.carnegiesciencecenter.org/
- Follow @CarnegieSciCtr on Twitter — https://twitter.com/carnegiescictr
- Follow @RalphCrewe on Twitter — https://twitter.com/RalphCrewe
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