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118. Gassing on about neon

A recent article provides an exciting glimpse into one way that scientists think, although you might not think it is so exciting at first glimpse. Let the scientists speak for themselves: Neon is an abundant element in the atmosphere, but it is much scarcer on Earth due to its chemical inertness. Discovered in 1898, early studies of neon contributed greatly to our ...

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105. What does it feel like to be a scientist?

Some late night reflections on what it feels like to be a scientist, broadcast on ABC Radio National in Australia on September 13th, and now available as a podcast at http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/ockhamsrazor/what-does-it-feel-like-to-be-a-scientist/6765454. Here's the transcript: What does it feel like to be a scientist? I want to talk with ...

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