Science is a process, not a result, to discern reality. And while there are accepted theories that few people argue, there are new models and datasets that may challenge what we know based on this process. In this episode, Dr. Jones explains the process and how she approaches new scientific information.
Episode 107 - The Misconception of the ”Massive” Earthquake
Episode 106 - What We Can Learn from New Zealand
Episode 105 - Looking for Anomalies in All the Wrong Places
Episode 104 - The Dangerous Myth of the “Ring of Fire”
Episode 103 - Pandemic Randomness
Episode 102 - Human History of Random Thoughts
Episode 101 - Random Acts of Shaking
Episode 100 - The Magic Eyes of the Geologist
Episode 99 - Why Plate Tectonics Matters to You
Episode 98 - Is It Too Late to Cool the Earth?
Episode 97 - Predicting Earthquakes, California-style
Episode 96 - How the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Changed the World
Episode 95 - Lessons Learned from the Pandemic for the Next Disaster
Episode 94 - How Seismologists Can Tell if You Washed Your Hands
Episode 93 - How We Know What We Know... About Earthquakes
Episode 92 - Lucy’s Adventures in Scienceland
Episode 91 - Imagining the Impacts of Big Disasters
Episode 90 - Quake or Nuke? How Do We Know?
Episode 89 - Pandemic to Endemic and What It Means for You
Episode 88 - Why Fear Fails You
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