These podcasts discuss topics related to science. Some of the podcasts analyze examples of bad science or deal with new discoveries that are still not accepted by mainstream science.
Meteor Crater, also known as Barringer Crater, is a meteorite impact crater located near Flagstaff, Arizona. It is the most thoroughly investigated and one of the least eroded impact craters in the world.
This presentation examines the geological characteristics of the Nebraska Rainwater Basins and discusses the common geometry with the Carolina Bays.
Description of the Carolina Bays in the gravels near Midlothian, VA and the possible role of acoustic fluidization in their formation.
Some scientists attribute the formation of the Carolina Bays to wind and water mechanisms, but there is no evidence that wind can create elliptical structures like the bays.
This starship adventure explores the characteristics of the Carolina Bays and examines the theories of their formation.
This presentation discusses various physical models that have been proposed to explain the formation of the Carolina Bays.
The rings of the Aïr Mountains in Niger could be the result of impacts by fragments of a comet that disintegrated entering the Earth's atmosphere and triggered the Cryogenian Period known as Snowball Earth.