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Geeks Squawk - EP 369

Matt Armitage, Kulturpop

30-Nov-18 10:30

Geeks Squawk - EP 369

On the show today, the geeks talked about how Elon Musk considers a move to Mars despite 'good chance of death' and a breakthrough in planes that could eventually lead to carbon-neutral air travel. They also discovered that rats can make friends with robot rats, how populists in Italy use cats in their political propaganda and by simply shining a light on your skin, you can diagnose diabetes.

0:16.207 - Musk on Mars

6:02.665 - Solid State Planes

13:43.818 - Cats and dictators

16:26.693 - Rats and Robots

21:23.766 - Shining a light on diabetes

Produced by: Richard Bradbury


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