Episode show notes:
Orangutans are dope.
- “Orangutans use Slang to Show off Their “Coolness”, Study Suggests" by Nicola Davis
- “Orangutan Squeaks Reveal Language Evolution Says Study" by Victoria Gill
- “What did Language Grow From? Ape Hands, Mouths, or Both? – Kristen Marie Gillespie-Lynch, Emily Sue Savage-Rumbaugh, Heidi Lyn, and Patricia Greenfield
- “Apes Communicate, Humans Have Language" by Max Planck Institute
A solution beyond not looking at your phone.
- “How To Fight Motion Sickness — And The Scientific Reason Some People Suffer More” By Saima Rajasingam
- “A study of cybersickness and sensory conflict theory using a motion-coupled virtual reality system” by Adrian K.T. Ng, Leith K.Y. Chan, Henry Y.K. Lau
Soccer but with black holes.
- “Gravitational waves gave a new black hole a high-speed ‘kick’” By Emily Conover
- “A black hole formed by a lopsided merger may have gone rogue” By Robert Lea
- “Ripples in spacetime: Science's 2016 Breakthrough of the Year” by Adrian Cho
- “How Scientists Captured the First Image of a Black Hole” by Ota Lutz
- “What is an Interferometer?” by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory
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