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  • Strange Universe With Bob Berman
    Radiation penetrates our bodies 24/7. Most is natural, with background cosmic ray doses proportional to your home’s elevation. These broken pieces of atoms zooming in from space, give you 30 millirems of annual radiation if you live near sea level, like in L.A. But you get much more if your home is up high. People in Denver get 80 millirems yearly.
  • Strange Universe With Bob Berman
    Orion and its famous belt points down to the brightest star, Sirius. Being the most brilliant object in the Big Dog constellation it’s naturally called the Dog Star, and by amazing coincidence it hovers at its highest, perfectly due south, at exactly midnight on each New Year’s Eve. Hear how to catch the two brightest stars in the sky.
  • We talk astronomy with Bob Berman and Dr. Valerie Rapson. Call at show time with your questions. Ray Graf hosts.
  • Strange Universe With Bob Berman
    Starting in the 1920’s, some physicists like Werner Heisenberg suggested that perhaps brains receive, manipulate, and guide awareness – by steering an arching consciousness that’s a fundamental property of the universe. This week: the consciousness of the universe.
  • Science is on the agenda once again. We reconvene the Vox Pop Science Forum! WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.
  • We welcome back Bob Berman to answer your astronomy questions. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.
  • We talk astronomy with Bob Berman and Dr. Valerie Rapson. Call at show time with your questions. 800-348-2551. Sarah LaDuke hosts.
  • We talk astronomy with Bob Berman and Dr. Valerie Rapson. Call at show time with your questions. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.
  • We talk astronomy with Bob Berman and Dr. Valerie Rapson. Call at show time with your questions. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.