Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio: Episodes

Parasitic Worms Inspire Better Skin Graft, Penis-like Organ Helps Bowheads Keep Cool, Beothuk Beliefs Inspired by Birds, Lake Erie Algae Bloom, Time Reborn.
Dinosaurs Great At Growing, Dinosaurs Do The Duck Paddle, Monarch Butterflies Navigate Without A Map, Shark Tooth Weapons Reveal Lost Species, Humans Caused Bird Extinctions in Pacific Islands, Electric Engines For Aircraft.
Big Dogs Die Young, The Firestorm That Killed The Dinosaurs, Giraffes Changed by Distant Feet, Rocky Mountains Imported From Overseas, Brain Machine Interfaces.
West Coast History of Tobacco, Termites Make Fairy Circles in the Sand, The Science of Religion, Brother Guy Consolmagno Jesuit and Astronomer.
Planck Takes The Universe's Baby Picture, Driving Cliff Swallow's Evolution, Head Impacts and Brain Decay, The Dracula Ant Drinks Its Young, Adventure Meets Research on the Serengeti.
Cell Phone Conversations Annoying and Distracting, Heat Triggers Dwarf Mistletoe, New Telescope Reveals Early Star Formation, Rhino Beetle is a Freaky Flier, Penguins Can Get Colder Than Cold, How Sauropod Dinosaurs Hold Their Heads.
Camels in the high Arctic, Bees get a Buzz from Caffeine, Prehistoric Spiral-toothed Shark, A Martian Flood of Biblical Proportions, Rats Sniff-out Social Status, The Ancient Roman Diet.
Tiny Canadian Satellites Study Brightest Stars, Ancient Peruvian Civilization Fueled by Corn, Skillful Monkeys Crack Nuts, Dolphins Imitate Calls, Permafrost Melting in the Sunlight, How Seals Sleep With Half a Brain.
Human Echolocation: Blind Like A Bat, Lifting The Lid On Lazy Eye, Red Dwarf Stars Host Hospitable Planets, Mother Flies Dose Offspring With Alcohol, Arctic Ice Turns Green With Algae, Salmon Follow Magnetic Map.
Oceans of Plastic, Early Music Lessons Boost The Brain, Moles Smell in Stereo, Battle of The Invasive Ants, Carbon Nanotubes Make Hybrid Heart Tissue.
Oldest Placental Mammal, Jays Anticipate Mates' Desires, Encroaching Grasslands and Bipedalism, Caribbean Coral Crisis, The Universe Within.
Canadian Telescope Explores Dark Energy, Toddlers Tell Lies, Teeth Reveal Dinosaur Species, Tapeworm Eggs in Fossilized Shark Poop, Identically Different: The Science of Epigenetics.
DNA For Data Banks, Webbed Hands and Feet Help Frog Fly, White Coyotes Unique to Newfoundland, Frozen Frogs Pay a Price For Ice, Fish Hide From The Invasive Nile Perch, Fossils Could Preserve Oldest Land Life.
Fists Of Fury, Hobbit Wrists Support Species Theory, Gut Bacteria and Autoimmune Disease, Barnacles Sow Their Seed in the Sea, Dwarf Galaxy Orbital Puzzle, Counting the Bugs in a Rainforest.
Athabasca Oil Sands Pollute Nearby Lakes, Finding A Shooting Star, A Fish Climbs Using Its Mouth, Reconstructing The Olduvai Environment, Manitoba on The Ancient Equator, Question of the Week: Measuring Time.
Listeners predict the future for our planet, our technology and our lives,and Canadian scientists weigh-in on the possibilities of those predictions.
Ten scientists answer one question in their area of expertise in this annual Question show.
The Particle at the End of the Universe explains the hunt for the elusive Higgs Boson, The Forever Fix chronicles the history of gene therapy, and Hubble's Universe is a fantastic visual voyage through images taken by the world's greatest telescope.
Earliest Evidence of Cheese Making, Penetrating Porcupine Quills, Electricity From The Ear, Birds Use Cigarette Butts to Repel Parasites, Planet Without Apes.
Nyasasaurus The Oldest Dinosaur, Blue Whales Perform Underwater Acrobatics, Nanotech Steam Generator, Insect Jumps on Water, Katydid's Human-like Ears, Forsaking Sex and Stealing DNA.
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