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Curiosity Daily Podcast: Zero G Romance, Our Sixth Sense, Oinking at A.I.

Today, you’ll learn about why studying human intimacy in space is necessary for humanity, the mysterious sixth sense human beings have, which is not seeing dead people, and how researchers used artificial intelligence to figure out a way to speak pig.

May 11, 2022

Episode show notes:

Scientists say: we really do need to talk about sex in space.

It’s Time to Study Space Sexology

Scientists say the time has come to study sex in space if humanity will ever stand a chance at surviving on other planets.

Humans have a sixth sense, and it’s not seeing dead people.

Do you speak pig? You could, soon.

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