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i love love love this episode
A High quality interview w emery brown and then an essentially useless interview w m mitchel or ... I mean this applies to many other episodes of the podcast... problem is the host cannot distinguish between guests based on how they answer questions or if they value listeners’ time or not... anyway I hope host realizes inviting people based on gender, race,... is not really respectful to the listener who simply wants to hear and learn something not just new but also deep... i mean this is not su... more
Love this podcast, it is every but the stimulation I am looking for! Just wish there would be more made.
As long as the host and guest are talking about science it's interesting. However when they start venturing into self promotion or politics the content becomes deplorable ( see Leslie Vosshall's episode where she had a lot of illuminating things to say about mosquitos but then went off the deep end with her rant in dude walls)
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The Joy of x launched 4 years ago and published 27 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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