Caustic Soda: The Podcast Episode 3 - RADIATION!

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    Don’t make us angry… you wouldn’t like us when we’re angry. Our Comic Book Club talks all things Hulk. We begin with a discussion of two She-Hulk series, by John Byrne and Dan Slott, and then move to talk about Proper Hulk, Gray Hulk, Red Hulk, Planet Hulk, Ruffalo Hulk, and more! Plus: What are we reading? (Jason gets really excited about “Hawkeye,” who is not a Hulk.) And, other than being green, how is the Hulk like parsley? Channel your inner rage and listen to this episode.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/132/

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  2. Caustic Soda: Space Hazards

    From our live Space Disasters (in 3D!) event at at EXP Restaurant in Vancouver, B.C. where we were joined by Sneaky Dragon and One Minute Medical School! In this episode we’ll discuss Kessler Syndrome, the cold depths of space, vacuum exposure, fluid redistribution, plus Soyuz 11, Vostok II, space debris, galactic cosmic radiation, space hazards in pop culture, and another live Lesser of Two Evils!

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  3. Caustic Soda - The Podcast

    Caustic Soda is a weekly podcast about science, horrible news and humor hosted by Toren Atkinson, Kevin Leeson and Joe Fulgham. Each episode of Caustic Soda takes a gruesome, gory or otherwise horrible topic, such as shark attacks, parasites and radiation, and breaks it down into an easily-digestible bubbling paste of funny! The hosts discuss the topic’s origins, recent news and pop culture. It’s hard science by soft people!

    http://www.causticsodapodcast.com/

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  4. Caustic Soda: The Post Apocalyptic Wasteland

    Live from VCON 37 in Surrey BC, the regular nerds talk about life in the post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of Hugo Award-winning author and Science Fiction Hall of Fame inductee Connie Willis and Nebula Award-winning science fiction author and astrophysicist Gregory Benford. Plus the lesser of two evils: Life after a nuclear armageddon or the biblical apocalypse?

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  5. Out of the Blue: Ep. 28: Film Crit Hulk

    Hulk smash, yes, but Hulk also have incredibly interesting views on entertainment. Since he’s been referenced many times in past episodes, we expanded our studio today to fit the wonderfully fun green man himself. Though he’s been busy writing for Badass Digest, the New Yorker, and EW, Hulk now joins us for some talk about the thin line between love and not-hate.

    http://geeknation.com/podcasts/out-of-the-blue-ep-28-film-crit-hulk/

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  6. Sal Buscema Hulk Interview Podcast and a Great Commission Opportunity! | an INCREDIBLE HULK web site

    I am very proud to present an exclusive interview with the quintessential and definitive Hulk artist, Sal Buscema. My good friend and fellow Hulk fan Jason Loker recently spent 45 minutes talking with Sal about his thoughts and experiences with the Hulk. To my knowledge, this is the first interview done by Sal that is focused…

    http://thejadegiant.wordpress.com/2013/07/24/sal-buscema-hulk-interview-podcast-and-a-great-commission-opportunity/

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  7. Radiation’s Big Lie

    Did a Nobel laureate knowingly lie about the dangers of radiation in 1946?

    In 1946 Herman Muller was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for work done on spontaneous gene mutation, including the effects of X-rays.

    So Muller was the obvious guy to go to when right around the same time, the National Academy of Sciences formed a committee to offer expert advice to the government on the biological effects of atomic radiation.

    In his Nobel acceptance speech and in the NAS committee meetings, Muller argued there are no safe levels of radiation exposure, a position the Academy came to adopt. That in effect influenced official policies toward radiation for decades.

    The problem is, Herman Muller knowingly lied. So says Edward J. Calabrese, a professor of toxicology at the University of Massachusetts School of Public Health.

    http://spectrum.ieee.org/podcast/at-work/education/radiations-big-lie

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  8. Caustic Soda: Clowns

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    http://geeknation.com/podcasts/out-of-the-blue-ep-28-film-crit-hulk/

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  10. WNYC’s Radiolab

    Shorts: Double Blasted — In early August of 1945, Tsutomu Yamaguchi had a run of the worst luck imaginable. A double blast of radiation left his future, and the future of his descendants, in doubt. In this short: an utterly amazing survival story that spans … well, 4 billion years when you get down to it.

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