https://jozua.podomatic.com/rss2.xml Podcasting about Science and Meaning (Photo by fotografierende on Pexels.com) Challenge of the Week (or Month) How did you get where you are in life right now, and why? And how does it affect the people around you? Are you adding value to others? Are your life and your work helping you to invest … Continue reading Episode 1 – Why Science, Why Meaning
Magnetic forces and fields are nearly everywhere. Of course, in every-day life we are used to fridge magnets, or magnetic clips. However, our computers and phones also rely on magnetic forces. How do the same forces cause solar flares, space storms and northern lights?
In the news we regularly hear about earthquakes and some also cause tsunamis. It seems like they occur more and more often. Recently, many people lost their lives with a magnitude 7.5 earthquake in Palu, Sulawesi (Indonesia), which was followed by a tsunami. Only a week later a deadly earthquake hit Port-de-Paix in Haiti - … Continue reading Earthquakes and tsunamis occur more often – or not?
Australia is an old and stable continent with not many geological risks such as major earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. At least that is what most people think. But throughout its geological history Australia has known volcanic activity right up to the time that humans lived here. The most recent eruptions on the Australian mainland occurred … Continue reading Australia’s volcanic history is a lot more recent than you think