Curiosity Daily Podcast: How to Pick a Profile Photo, Handedness, and Gravitational Wave Detectors Seeking Dark Matter
Learn about why you’re bad at choosing good pictures of yourself; how scientists could use gravitational wave detectors to detect dark matter particles; and, a questionnaire to help you figure out how left- or right-handed you are.
Episode Show Notes:
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In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following stories from Curiosity.com to help you get smarter and learn something new in just a few minutes:
- You're Bad at Choosing Good Pictures of Yourself — But Strangers Aren't — https://curiosity.im/2LvabeR
- Here's How Gravitational Wave Detectors Might Be Able to Detect Dark Matter Particles — https://curiosity.im/2LvvEVe
- Measure Your Right- or Left-Handedness with the Edinburgh Handedness Scale — https://curiosity.im/2LDoq1h
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