DiscoverNew Scientist Weekly#12: Strength training for better health, bats mimic sound, biggest ever supernova
#12: Strength training for better health, bats mimic sound, biggest ever supernova

#12: Strength training for better health, bats mimic sound, biggest ever supernova

Update: 2020-04-178
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While much of the world is still on lockdown and with global cases of coronavirus now over two million, one positive thing that’s come out of this crisis is that we’re paying more attention to our physical fitness. In the pod this week are New Scientist journalists Rowan Hooper, Penny Sarchet and Cat de Lange. They discuss the latest UK and US government advice on fitness that emphasises how muscle strengthening is just as important as aerobic activity, and how you can do this kind of exercise even in a confined space. The team also hear what could be the first climate change song (from 1927!), explore how bats are capable of mimicking sound, discuss an on-going cosmic explosion which is the biggest ever seen, and investigate newly-invented vibrating clothing which claims to instil calmness and confidence. To find out more, subscribe at newscientist.com/podcasts

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ncooty

A podcast putatively about scientific discoveries, but with no citations and very little scientific understanding or scrutiny?

Apr 18th
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#12: Strength training for better health, bats mimic sound, biggest ever supernova

#12: Strength training for better health, bats mimic sound, biggest ever supernova

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