Tue, 20 September 2011
00:00:00 - This week we talk to Abraham Padilla about his work studying the volcanoes of Iceland. We barely scratch the surface of this topic, but that's probably a good thing because any deeper and we'd hit lava.
00:25:17 - Libations are an integral part of our podcast, thus we sup. Abe brings Ryan two types of tequila, one especially dark reposado and another a sensual triple distilled reposado. The bottle is supposed to be sensual (see for yourself), but your results may vary.
00:36:42 - Butch Cassidy rides down ole South America way for his final adventure as previewed in the trailer for Blackthorn.
00:48:48 - There was no electricity in the US Southwest for a bit last week. Some guy was working on it and it just plumb went out. Well this brings up quite a few issues about security, reliability, and energy production, which Charlie is on top of.
01:08:46 - PaleoPOWs are a lot like volcanoes, hard to predict. Abe talks about how hard it is to find time to listen to podcasts. Charlie rejoices in two donations from Rebecca B. and Chuck Z. Thank you so much! Ryan has a new addition to the Brachiolope gallery from his old pal Jesse G. Thanks, Jesse! And finally, Kelly has an inspiring iTunes review left by the Frenzy of Tongs.
Thanks for listening! Check out our blog at Paleocave.com. You might just find a manifesto... sort of.
Music for this week's show:
Between An Erupting Earth And An Exploding Sky - Los Campesinos!
The Milky Way Home - Sonny Landreth
That Much Further West - Lucero
The Grid - Daft Punk
Direct download: Ep_104_Science..._sort_of_-_Shrouded_in_Darkness.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:34pm EST