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Naturally Curious

Naturally Curious

By Clayton Law
A show where I interview and pick the brain of very cool people every episode.
Email address: naturallycuriousfm@gmail.com
Twitter: @Curious_pod
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Episode 5 - Physics with Professor Rayf Shiell

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Episode 12 - Computer Science with Professor Richard Hurley
Professor Hurley talks about how he got into computer science, different programming languages, why is C so influential, logic, and more. Links for this episode: Imitation Game C Unix The International Obfuscated C Code Contest The Two Generals’ Problem Intro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
33:13
March 07, 2020
Episode 11 - International Development with Professor Haroon Akram-Lodhi
Professor Akram-Lodhi talks about how he got into development studies, world hunger, food system, real food, the importance of education, how local development is global development, and more. Links for this episode: Haroon Akram-Lodhi (AHAkramLodhi) on Twitter Professor Akram Lodhi's website Oakland Ross India's "Right to Food" Act Community Food Centre Canada Food Republic, "Why Do Canadian Eat So Much Mac 'N Cheese The Lancet, "More than a diet" La Via Campesina Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
01:06:50
November 30, 2019
Episode 10 - English Literature with Professor Stephen Brown
Professor Brown talks about how he was like when he was a kid, Shakespeare, Don Quixote, poetry, comedy, and more. Also, we went off on a lot of tangents. Links for this episode: Stephen Brown's Ted Talk "Why Shakespeare? Because it's 2016" Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Jane Austen "I'll give thee a wind" Macbeth (Act I Scene III) Edward Albee Iambic Pentameter Paul Muldoon The Newsroom - Encyclopedia vs The Internet Encyclopedia Britannica Ian Brown's article on encyclopedia Stephen Brown's talk about the Encyclopedia Britannica Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess The Life and Opinions of Tristam Shandy by Laurence Stern Derry Girls Larry King reads the Bible Moby Dick, or, the Whale W.H. Auden Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
01:47:16
October 18, 2019
Episode 9 - A conversation with Hong Kong U19 Lacrosse Athlete Steffi Sze
Steffi Sze talks about her experience of competing in the U19 Lacrosse Championship, how she get into sports and lacrosse, sports and school, and more. Thanks to Hong Kong Lacrosse Association for coordination. Links for this episode: Hong Kong Lacrosse Association Website Hong Kong Lacrosse Association (hklacrosse) on Twitter Hong Kong Lacrosse Association (hklacrosse) on Instagram U19 Women's Lacrosse Championship Website Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
41:13
October 07, 2019
Episode 8 - Statistics with Professor Wesley Burr
Professor Burr talks about how he got into statistics, why is statistics a field of its own rather than a sub-field in Mathematics, natural science before the invention of statistics, p-value, statistics in education, and more. Links for this episode: Wesley Burr (wsburr) on Twitter Wesley Burr | wesleyburr.com Time Series | Wikipedia Signal Processing | Wikipedia Ronald Fisher | Wikipedia Moving beyond P-value | American Statistical Association Information Explosion | Wikipedia Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318 
44:49
April 29, 2019
Episode 7 - Talk about graduate school with Joseph Bogaard
Joseph talks about his experience as a graduate student, why he decided to get a master degree, giving advice for current undergraduate student who wish to do graduate school, and more.  Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318 
39:21
April 20, 2019
Episode 6 - Talk about school with Kara Fitze
Kara and I talk about school-life balance, stress, productivity, and more.  Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318  
42:36
December 08, 2018
Episode 5 - Physics with Professor Rayf Shiell
Professor Shiell talks about why he came to Canada , quantum mechanics, human eyes, philosophy of physics, and more. Links to the things we've talked about in this episode: Quantum mechanics wikipedia page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_mechanics 2018 Physics Nobel Prize https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/physics/2018/summary/ The 10 trillion frames per second camera https://techcrunch.com/2018/10/12/at-10-trillion-frames-per-second-this-camera-captures-light-in-slow-motion/ Map of Physics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZihywtixUYo Stuart Firestein: The pursuit of ignorance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq0_zGzSc8g Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
01:06:24
November 30, 2018
Episode 4 - Business with Professor Ray Dart
Professor Dart talks about how he came across business, entrepreneurship, NGOs, business books, and more. Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
46:53
November 16, 2018
Episode 3 - History with Professor Carolyn Kay
Professor Kay talks about how she got into history, West and East Germany, what does it mean to be a historian, music and films, and more. Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
46:33
November 09, 2018
Episode 2 - Philosophy with Professor Kathryn Norlock
Professor Norlock talks about how she became a philosopher, ethics, virtues and vices, utilitarianism, video games, and more. Intro and outro music credit to LEMMiNO: youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
54:09
November 02, 2018
Episode 1 - Mathematics with Professor Stefan Bilaniuk
Professor Bilaniuk talks about him in his youth, teaching, twin prime, Riemann Hypothesis, coffee, and more. Intro music credit to LEMMiNO: https://youtu.be/I2O7blSSzpI?t=318
34:60
October 27, 2018