Palaeo After Dark (general)

In this episode Amanda writes Freddy Mercury slash fiction, Randol condones eating babies, James feeds the 5000, Curt has a conversation which only involves "meh"'s, and the group kind-of/sort-of discusses ichthyosaurs.

Direct download: Podcast_7_-_Fish_Lizards.mp3
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In this podcast, Randol invents a cat related song, James reinvents the story of the Ed Fitz, Amanda talks about space ducks, Curt cuts the entire conversation short for chinese food, and the group actually talks science about the evolution of feathers  (despite Amanda's beliefs that some of them aren't feathers).

Direct download: Podcast_6_-_Space_Ducks.mp3
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Today we are joined by our pal Paula and talk about Pikaia, Pokemon... and poop.

Direct download: Podcast_5_-_Pikaia_Pikaia_Pikaia.mp3
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In this week's podcast, Amanda spends the first four minutes talking about shipwrecks, James and Randol discuss their creepy new children's program, and nearly everyone gets distracted when a squirrel runs by the window. We also desperately try to stay on topic as we talk about Evolutionary Faunas.

Direct download: Podcast_4_The_Wreck_of_the_EF.mp3
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In this week's podcast we discuss the importance of ontogeny and development in the evolution of new body forms. Also alimony.

Direct download: podcast_3_Growing_Pains.mp3
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This week's podcast we eventually get to talking about Molecular Clock studies dealing with early divergence times and the colonization of land... Also Christopher Lambert

Direct download: Podcast_2_-_Clocklike_Clocks.mp3
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In which we eventually get to talking about interpretations of ambiguous fossils, and discuss a redescription of a strange fish.

Direct download: Podcast_1_The_Interpretive_Dance.mp3
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Our pilot episode which originally was conceived as a companion piece to Palaeocast. Since this was our first run, we all apologize for the lack of pop filters. Otherwise, enjoy the discussion of taphonomy which begins with burying my corpse in the backyard and only gets weirder from there.

 

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns send them to:

 

palaeoafterdark@gmail.com 

 

Also a sincere shout out to Palaeocast (www.palaeocast.com).

 

Cheers,

Curt

Direct download: Podcast_0_-_Taphonomy_is_a_Process.mp3
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