Ikonokast is the podcast run by Greg Laden and Mike Haubrich.
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Greg Laden is an American biological anthropologist and science writer.
Laden obtained his Masters and PhD at Harvard, his research focusing on Hunter-Gatherer Studies and African Archaeology . Prior to that, Laden worked in North American Historic and Prehistoric Archaeology, mainly in New York and New England. He has taught at Harvard University, the University of Minnesota, Boston University, and Century College. In 1999, when he was on the faculty of the University of Minnesota, he co-authored a study in Current Anthropology that explored t he origin of the controlled use of fire and cooking. He is also author of the idea that the human and chimpanzee lineage split over differences in fallback foods, chimps preferring leaves and pith, with human ancestors taking a liking to roots and other plant underground storage organs.
Laden writes for a wide range of outlets but mainly at “Greg Laden’s Blog”, on ScienceBlogs, where he focuses on climate change, human evolution, creationism, science education, and OpenSource technologies.
Michael Ronald “Mike” Haubrich was a host and producer of the radio show Atheists Talk. He has no credentials in science, as such, but has participated in research activities such as seti@home and the one about proteome folding.
As producer of the radio show, he wanted to provide a variety of topics in addition to atheistic notions of religion and when he needed an interviewer for a science topic he collaborated with Greg.
The wait is over! This is the second part of Greg Laden’s interview with Bill Schutt, whose book Pump: A Natural History of the Heart, is available on Amazon in multiple formats. If you haven’t listened to the first part of this interview yet, catch up on that one first. Don’t forget to listen to …
We are back! Join us with part one of an interview with zoologist and author Bill Schutt, as we discuss his latest book, Pump: A Natural History of the Heart, a delightful and informative exploration of the heart, in all its (anatomical) forms. We have changed our format a little, and hope you enjoy it. …
Dr. Karen Stollznow is a linguist who earned her PhD at the University of New England, in Australia. She hosts the skeptical podcast Monster Talk with Blake Smith (subscribe, you’ll thank us!) She is also a prolific author, having published academic works, non-fiction as well as fiction. In this episode, we open with the ways …