Jack O’Brien (@jack_obrien) from the Daily Zeitgeist is back to continue a stimulating chat on philosophy, life, basketball, and how a person becomes who they are.
Music at the end from Sonic Youth with Kool Thing.
Jack O’Brien (@jack_obrien) has a degree in Philosophy from Georgetown and is the host of the Daily Zeitgeist. Prior to that, he hosted the cracked podcast. He stops by to chat about his life, how you end up who you are, growing up the son of a basketball coach, and what life might mean. A call to Sarah Ruth Alexander starts things off.
Music at the end from The War on Drugs with Holding On.
Sanden Totten (@sandentotten), from Bill Nye Saves the World and the Brains On! Podcast, returns to share more pear cider from Sonoma Cider and continue a great chat about science, information, punk rock, identity, and how to trust data and information.
Music at the end from Craft Spells with Your Tomb.
Sanden Totten (@sandentotten), from KPCC, Bill Nye Saves the World, and the Brains On! podcast, drops by to share some Pitchfork Pear Cider from Sonoma Cider and chat about his career in science journalism, getting into punk, and what he loves about science. A call to Chad Daniels starts things off.
Music at the end from the Riverboat Gamblers with Good Veins.
Tony Same (@toekneesam), a comedian and writer who studied Marine and Molecular Biology, is back to share more Foam Top Blonde Ale from Beachwood Brewing and discuss what it was like to collect samples from the ocean, work in a molecular biology lab, and how he eventually got into comedy.
Music at the end from Krestovsky with Science Song!
Tony Sam (@ToekneeSam) has degrees in Marine and Molecular Biology AND Chemistry, and now he works in comedy full-time. He spends some time in the Space Cave talking about his life, SCUBA diving and working as a marine biologist, and how he ended up in comedy — all while sharing some Foam Top Blonde Ale from Beachwood Brewing. A call to Fat Camp starts things off.
Music at the end from Fat Camp with Raining Snow.
Dave Farina from the Lonely Wild and Professor Dave Explains returns to talk about earth, the universe, humans, the future, and lots more over some delicious Tower Station IPA from Mother Road Brewing. A chat with Emily Rose starts things off.
Music at the end from Kurt Vile & Courtney Barnett with Over Everything.
The ever-delightful Danielle Gunn (@DanielleRGunn), who is the communications manager for the Planetary Society, is back to finish off a conversation that gets more philosophical as more Double Nut Brown from Mammoth Brewing is consumed. If you enjoying thinking about the universe, this episode is just for you.
Music at the end from the great Tom Petty with Even the Losers.
Danielle Gunn (@DanielleRGunn) is the communications manager at the Planetary Society and also a delightful human being who is fascinated with space, our exploration of it, and what we already know about it. Join in with some Double Nut Brown from Mammoth Brewing to hear how she ended up in her position and what we might be up to next in the world of space exploration. A chat with Non Wels starts things off.
Music at the end from Tom Petty with Runnin’ Down a Dream.