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Temple Grandin, Professor of Animal Science, Colorado State University Subject: Topics include how humans think; how animals think; and how humans can work animals by thinking like animals.
Show #1106: BIOLOGY OR CHEMISTRY - (15.36 MB) Listen Now Guests: Biologist Anne Bikle, author of Dig to Grow and Geologist David Montgomery, author of Growing a Revolution Subject: Topics include how industrialization changed how farmers use soil to grow food; what the consequences are of that change; and speculation as to which is best to eat, foods grown with biology or foods grown with chemistry?
Show # 1104 : Strawberry Fields Forever - (20.4 MB) Listen Now Guests: University of California, Santa Cruz Professor of Soil Science Carol Shennan and Assistant Specialist, Margherita Zavatta Subject: Topics include why strawberry farming has come to rely on sterile soil and pesticides; what possibilities may be seen with biological soils; and whether strawberries, and other crops, can be mass-produced without pesticides.
Show #1103: The Fake Meat of Silicon Valley - (10.23 MB) Listen Now Guests: San Francisco Chronicle Staff Writers Tara Duggan and Jonathan Kauffman Subject: Topics include the technology of producing fake meats; the financial opportunities seen in the fake meat industry, and speculation as to whether fake meat will grow into a real meat industry.
Show #1127: California's Green -Gold Rush II; The Money - (10.25 MB) Listen Now Guests Cannabis Financial Consultants John Downs from Arcview and Gavin Kogan from Grupo Flor Subject: Cannabis is projected to generate so much money for California its treasurer is asking for a fleet of armored cars to pick it up and take it to Sacramento.
Show #1099: CHEAP FOOD ISN'T - (15.04 MB) Listen Now Subject: In the U. food costs 5.5% of disposable income, while food in other nations costs up to 45.6%. And so when something threatens to eat us, we resist. What is the most effective way to raise the resistance?
Topics include why genetic variation and cultural practices can help or hinder a plants ability to resist threats; why GMO crops are becoming simpler, more uniform and less resistant; and what lessons crops might teach us about the business of eating or being eaten.
Show #1105: Food for Moods - (15.03 MB) Listen Now Guest: Dr.
Frieda Birndbaum, Research Pychologist, Author, Life Begins at 60 Subject: Why we, as a people, are becoming so emotionally challenged; ways we try to manage our emotions; and whether food can enable us to manage our moods.
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Topics include a look at the consolidation of the liquor industry; how industry consolidation creates opportunity for local distillers; and how local distillers compete with the giants of the liquor industry.