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Season 1, Episode 9
Aus vs FB, Wasps, Multi-bottom worms, redhead’s pain threshold and Yeast 2.0
In this episode Dr Sophie Calabretto and Dr David Farmer talk about…
In today’s episode of STEMology, we’re going to talk to you about …
Australia takes the battle against Facebook up a notch by actually coming up with a viable alternative; Multi-bottom worms exist and are just really, really weird; redhead’s have a super power – they have a higher threshold to pain and should be revered (STEMology’s producer is a redhead and she’s making me write this); and wasps may not be as sexy as bees, but they have gotten a bad wrap and shouldn’t be as vilified.
Facebook puts itself forward as a public space, but it’s really a private mall where uses are observed and manipulated for profit.
they describe it as having one regular normal worm head and multiple posterior ends
Which means that we need to rethink the way we design my pain treatment for redheaded people
Apparently they’re unappreciated ecosystems, serving champions of the insect world
what we’re doing in yeast 2.0 is we’ve designed an organism at the DNA level based on yeast
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