Curiosity Daily Podcast: Using Urine to Build a Moon Base, Musicians and Audiences Sync Brain Activity, and Why “Size Matters” for Narwhal Tusks

Learn about how astronauts may build the first moon base with help from their own urine; how musicians and audiences synchronize their brain activity; and more than you ever thought you wanted to know about narwhal tusks.

May 06, 2020

Episode Show Notes:

Astronauts may use their own urine to help build the first moon base by Cameron Duke

Musicians and their audiences sync their brain activity by Grant Currin

Why do male narwhals have tusks? Because the ladies love 'em by Grant Currin

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