27/06/2016 at 11:07 AM #518
Let us know what topics are important to you and we will talk about them on the show!27/06/2016 at 3:18 PM #547
I want to hear more about science fiction movies28/06/2016 at 1:46 PM #567
Agrred. More about science fiction movies would be good. In depth analysis from Dr. Gibson would be awesome07/07/2016 at 1:35 PM #609
Could you please discuss just how scientifically accurate “the Martian” film is.
Also, I once read that if you had more than 61 cups of coffee (in one day) it would kill you…is this true?
I’m a DOP in film and advertising, the colour green has more shades than any other….is there a scientific reason to this? Do you use green in order to see more depth and detail when using microscopes, or any other sciency utensil?
Another question while I’m at it, On episode 6 of PPoP Ian states he only washes his hands after he goes to the toilet. If he doesn’t wash his hands before he goes to the toilet then is his penis really dirty pre wee, as touching it without washed hands means bacteria he has touched throughout the day has now amalgamated on his penis until he cleans said penis. Is this true?
ps I didn’t buy the music by VoiceROM, my bum fell out. So I spent the money I should have spent on the music on a trolley. I now drag it behind me everywhere I go.
12/09/2016 at 5:16 PM #878
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Just a quick promo for this weeks podcast.
Dr. Gibbo may have some really exciting news on this weeks “Gibbo’s citewatch”08/11/2016 at 7:23 PM #1146
I would also like to know how accurate the Martian is.
Also, in your scientist opinions, are we ever going to be able to have magic like Harry Potter?17/11/2016 at 1:33 PM #1181
The most dangerous thing about Harry Potter magic becoming real is that Freestyle rappers will be unstoppable, they’d cast a spell faster than you can even begin to think about what you’re saying/29/11/2016 at 6:18 PM #1237
Is this as much of an anomaly as they make it out to be?05/01/2017 at 12:19 AM #1387
What have been some of the best and worst and funniest experiences of your scientific careers?12/01/2017 at 9:53 AM #1429
Given enough information, divination could become a thing. We already do it, we predict whether a car is going to hit us or not before we cross the road – just expand on that, right? I’m more interested in portkeys and instant teleporters!14/01/2017 at 11:22 PM #1430
Transmutation of elements: is it possible with the aid of nanotechnology? Could we theoretically erase waste from the planet with the aid of nanotechnology? Like with some kind of molecular re-arranger?14/01/2017 at 11:24 PM #1431
More of “Gibbo’s funny stories” too; very funny16/01/2017 at 7:58 PM #1433
On the latst hit TV show, Westworld, it is mentioned that the androids that populate the park are 3D printed, and not machine based. My question is this: do you think that it is more feasible to have 3D printed androids, complete with synthetic muscle, skin & bones, over androids with machine parts, ala Ex Machina?08/02/2017 at 9:31 PM #1512
The ethics of having a co-author on a paper who didn’t really do any work, or didn’t read the paper (as per the Jan 30 podcast – which was very entertaining BTW).
Are there any circumstances where this should clearly be OK, e.g.
I’m hoping you come up with a situation or a loophole in uni (or national) policy on authorship that would allow Andy’s brother to be a legitimate co-author on a paper. If Kristin Stewart can co-author a research paper on movie imaging techniques then surely you guys can follow suit. 🙂
https://www.theguardian.com/film/2017/jan/20/kristen-stewart-research-paper-neural-style-transfer13/02/2017 at 9:59 PM #1514
I need to give credit for this question to my friend Jo Howie. She asked me today “do science projects ever get finished?”
With early career researchers always searching for their next contract, do the projects they leave get finished by someone else? Or scrapped?
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