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Curiosity Daily Podcast: Why Symmetry Wins, Solar-Covered Canals, Plants on the Moon

Today, you’ll learn about why symmetry dominates the natural world, how it may be possible to conserve water using solar panels, and why growing vegetables might soon involve a trip to the Moon.

July 20, 2022

Episode show notes:

Two halves make a whole.

Sun = more water.

Grocery shopping on the moon.

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