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  1. Left Brain, Right Brain: Human nature and political values

    Matthew Taylor will explore how brain and behaviour research is increasingly being incorporated into political and policy debate.

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  2. Viking’s Choice: Metal And Outer Sound In ‘09

    As has become customary in the past few years, NPR Music producer Lars Gotrich’s near-OCD list-making habit revealed a certain strain of outer sound that pervaded his headphones in 2009.

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  3. SETI and Augmented Reality

    http://www.diffusionradio.com/2009/11/rad_cooling_seti_and_augmented.html

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  4. Data Without Borders: What’s in a Name?

    This time Elias Bizannes, Trent Adams and Christian Scholz talk about the new DataPortability Project Steering Group, the Facebook Privacy changes and in depth about the ongoing discussions over at the Open Web Foundation.

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  5. Life, the Universe, and Nothing

    Lawrence Krauss on dark matter, dark energy, and the end of the universe as we know it. recorded 27 March 2009 Lawrence Krauss is a professor in the Department of Physics at Arizona State University. His lecture entitled Life, the Universe and Nothing was recorded at the Isabel Bader Theatre in Toronto on March 27th, 2009.

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  6. NPR On Point: The Best Books of 2009

    It’s the gift season. And the gift of a book is not just of a satisfying heft in a nice wrapping. It’s the hope and encouragement to slow down, get lost, step back and see another way. So, what to give? Or hope for? We’re looking at the best books of 2009 today, and the range is wide. From lost cities to an illustrated Old Testament. From "Love in Infant Monkeys," to "Wolf Hall" and "Little Bee." Michael Sandel makes my guests cut. So do Lorrie Moore, Jonathan Lethem, A.S. Byatt, Tania James. What about yours? This hour, On Point: for the holidays, the best books of ‘09.

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  7. Christmas is Coming: The History of the Christmas Tree

    Covered as only History According to Bob can do it.(http://www.summahistorica.com/)

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