MP3: Hello, Stranger, Wanna Share a Cab?

24.10.2014

To download Hello, Stranger, Wanna Share a Cab? mp3 for free: Right Click -> Save Link As.../Save Target As...


Hello, Stranger, Wanna Share a Cab? MP3

Researchers found that potentially 95 percent of cab rides in New York City could have been shared. Source: sciencefriday.com

More songs from sciencefriday.com

  • Vitamin B3 Reverses Alzheimer's In Mice

    Vitamin B3 Reverses Alzheimer's In Mice MP3

    A new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience shows that mice treated with large doses of vitamin B3 performed better on memory tests. Kim Green, one of the authors of the study, explains whether this discovery could have any application for treating Alzheimer's in humans.

    07.11.2008

    Play

    sciencefriday.com radio podcast sciencefriday.com

    07.11.2008

  • The Evolving Minds Of Humans

    The Evolving Minds Of Humans MP3

    Why do humans have consciousness? In his new book, Self Comes To Mind, neurologist Antonio Damasio argues that consciousness gave humans an evolutionary advantage. Damasio describes the differences between self and mind, and traces the evolutionary path of the human brain.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

    12.11.2010

    Play

    sciencefriday.com radio podcast sciencefriday.com

    12.11.2010

  • Distant Galaxies, Exoplanets Star At Space Meeting

    Distant Galaxies, Exoplanets Star At Space Meeting MP3

    Astronauts outfitted the Hubble Space Telescope with a powerful new camera last year. Now it has spotted the most distant galaxies known to science. Science News writer Ron Cowen chats about this and other news presented at the American Astronomical Society meeting this week.

    11.01.2010

    Play

    sciencefriday.com radio podcast sciencefriday.com

    11.01.2010

  • The Science of Making Great Beer

    The Science of Making Great Beer MP3

    How do yeast, water, hops and grain combine to form a lager, pilsener or ale? The process requires careful supervision and tightly controlled conditions. Expert brewmasters explain how temperature, timing and ingredients all factor into making an excellent beer.

    16.05.2008

    Play

    sciencefriday.com radio podcast sciencefriday.com

    16.05.2008

  • Are Protons Even Smaller Than We Thought?

    Are Protons Even Smaller Than We Thought? MP3

    An international team of physicists reexamined the radius of a proton, and found it to be 4 percent smaller than previously thought. Are they mistaken, or is something missing from the long-held theory of quantum electrodynamics? Physicist Brian Odom of Northwestern University discusses.

    16.07.2010

    Play

    sciencefriday.com radio podcast sciencefriday.com

    16.07.2010

For a better experience please download Adobe Flash Player from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Close

You can skip this ad in 6 seconds