A Paleo Nerd is a grown-up who still has the child-like wonder and love for dinosaurs, fossils, science, and paleontology. Paleo Nerds follows Alaskan artist, Ray Troll, and his friend ventriloquist David Strassman, as they host exciting interviews with paleontologists, scientists and fellow paleo nerds from around the world. They take what would’ve been a boring science class and turn it into an exciting and extremely informative party.
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The Paleo Nerd podcasts hosts, Ray Troll and Dave Strassman, have an engaging and fun conversation about life, paleontology, and the argument that we are truly fishes, physically and metaphorically.
Ray and Dave have the most exciting discussion and eye-opening interview with the New York Times bestselling author and prolific paleontologist, Steve Brusatte.
Ray and Dave interview Genevieve von Petzinger, a paleo-anthropologist, speaker, author, and explorer who's been striving to unlock the mysteries of the world's oldest symbols.
I enjoy hearing everything about things paleo. They say that opinions are not facts yet they act as if their opinions are facts. Stick to dino's. Also it's ok to eat meat.
I found this podcast about a year ago while coincidentally, in process to move to Newport, Oregon & I found the episode, cruising the fossil coastline to be excellent and good information for someone who lives here. All of these episodes are wonderful, detailed, Funny & informative with great guests and topics. R & D: Please keep doing more.
A good podcast- love it- but why are you so bent on disproving creationism? I don’t believe in traditional creationism myself, but also think that it is not moral to try to disprove the religions of others.
I discovered Paleo Nerds last month and binged on it. So very well done by two very talented guys deftly interviewing a range of different expert scientists. I’m now circling back to hear it again. For this 70+ year old paleo nerd, it’s re-sparked a fascination I thought long gone. A great example of science for laymen.
I’m just absolutely thrilled about this podcast! For me, paleo started as a kid with my Dad and I gluing some glacial worn rocks, in the assemblage of a T-Rex, on a piece of paneling. I watched Land of the Lost - and and was enticed by the “realistic” magical world of clay dinos and plaster volcanos. And I will never forget Dad hauling us all in the Jimmy with pop-up camper in tow to the magical Black Hills of SD! But on a more serious note, you guys have stoked a fire in me to look at paleo in ... more
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Paleo Nerds launched 3 years ago and published 71 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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