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Show Notes: InSight hears meteoroid impacts on Mars | EarthSky (01:15) Since 2018, NASA’s InSight lander has been busy studying the interior of Mars detecting over 1,300 marsquakes NASA announced on September 19, 2022, that, for the first time, InSight has heard the impacts of four meteoroids as they crashed into the Martian surface. Detected the v…
 
Former AICN writer Alan Cerny, aka Nordling, talks with Joe Scott about his experiences with The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles, and shares what he liked and didn't like about the show. Alan also speaks to why he chose NOT to listen to the interview with Harry Knowles. READ ALAN'S REVIEWS: https://www.vitalthrills.com/author/alanc/ LISTEN TO ALAN'S…
 
Show Notes: SpaceX’s Starlink internet reaches Antarctica, touching all 7 continents | New Atlas (01:16) Scientists with the United States Antarctic Program at the McMurdo Station are tapping into the space-based internet service, Starlink. Boosting the bandwidth for scientific research at the end of the Earth. Location of the Antarctic Program? Yo…
 
Shows Notes: Neck-worn "bandage" sensors could better warn of concussions | New Atlas (01:09) One of the dangerous things about sports-related concussions is the fact that athletes may not realize they have one. A new sensor could let them (or their coaches) know. It would go on their neck, not their head. Helmet-integrated sensors, which have been…
 
Show Notes: Researchers discover new way fat cells talk directly with the brain | New Atlas (01:36) Researchers at the Scripps Research Institute have discovered a novel communication pathway between fat cells and the brain. Brain doesn’t regulate fat burning by just slowly responding to hormonal signals in the blood. (traditional view) But can dir…
 
Show Notes: Eye tests can screen children for autism | Brighter Side News (01:11) According to a study from Washington State University researchers, measuring how the eyes’ pupils change in response to light could potentially be used to screen for autism in young children. Known as the pupillary light reflex Adjustments via the muscles connected to…
 
Show Notes: Elon Musk's 'AI-Powered Tesla Bots' Will Replace 'Boring' Household Activities by 2022! | Tech Times (01:14) Information was recently reported on the AI robots being developed by Tesla giving us a clearer picture of what life will be like on Earth in the following decades. The Tesla Bot, about 172 cm tall (5’ 7”), seeks to gradually fre…
 
Executive producer Kristina Bell returns to talk with Joe about reactions to the interview with Harry Knowles, updates within the world of AICN, and wrapping the first season of their show. Plus a deleted 'wedding scene' from Episode Seven. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/downlowdpod/support…
 
Show Notes: Startup's new stunning kite can pull energy from the sky | Interesting Engineering (01:07) Several kite power companies are attempting to pull energy out of the sky, and they are succeeding. Kitekraft, a Munich-based company developing a kite power system is one of those companies working on this technology Their co-CEO and chief techno…
 
Show Notes: Groundbreaking heart disease treatment uses ultrasound-assisted lasers | Brighter Side News (01:21) Atherosclerosis, a buildup of plaque, can lead to heart disease, artery disease, and chronic kidney disease and is traditionally treated by inserting and inflating a balloon to expand the artery. Rohit Singh, of the University of Kansas, …
 
After the conclusion of The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News, we are sharing excerpts from a 2021 conversation with Harry Knowles. During this talk, we try to find out what - if anything - the once pioneering webmaster learned from The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News. --- Support this podcast: https://anch…
 
News: Bedside AI warning system for sepsis reduces mortality by nearly 20% | New Atlas (01:23) Infections can trigger all kinds of reactions in the human body, and one of the most extreme is sepsis. Occurs as a result of an infection that triggers a severe immune response in the body. Begins with widespread inflammation and can end in blood clots, …
 
News: Serum from hibernating black bears boosts muscle mass in human cells | New Atlas (01:16) The incredible ability of bears to hibernate for months at a time has inspired some interesting lines of research around how their secrets might benefit human health, and among them is a focus on muscle wasting. First let’s talk about bear hibernation: Th…
 
News: New prehistoric human unknown to science discovered in Israel | The Jerusalem Post (01:20) A new type of early human previously not known to scientists has been discovered in Israel, Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University researchers announced Thursday, July 14th. They believe this new “Homo” species intermarried with Homo sapiens and was …
 
The emotional conclusion of "The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News." Even after Harry Knowles destroys his website twice, there are lingering influences from AICN that few could have expected. Written, narrated, and edited by Joe Scott. Executive produced by Kristina Bell With production and sound engineering by Eddie Garcia Pro…
 
News: This new neural sleeve helps people overcome mobility challenges | ZDNet (01:08) A new mobility sleeve under development and out of stealth promises a compelling solution for those suffering a variety of mobility issues. Monitor and stimulate the neuromuscular system Lightweight next-gen mobility devices The technology was invented by Jeremia…
 
News: Cabless autonomous electric truck approved for US public roads | New Atlas (01:35) Freight technology company Einride first introduced its cabless autonomous electric T-pod truck back in 2017. Couple years later in 2020, it started rolling along Swedish Roads Now the company has been given the green light for operation on public roads in the …
 
NEWS: Sugar-studded protein is key to an Alzheimer's cure | The Brighter Side (01:38) In a bit of “reverse engineering” research using brain tissues from five people who died with Alzheimer’s disease, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they discovered that a special sugar molecule could play a key role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease.…
 
Part I (0:00) - In September of 2017, a perfect storm of controversies threaten to destroy the Alamo Drafthouse, Fantastic Fest, and Ain't It Cool News. Part II (50:07) - The bravery of the women who stepped forward to speak out against Harry Knowles helped one woman to gain new context for events that transpired in 2004. Plus an examination of the…
 
SHOW NOTES 01:50 The first perovskite solar cell with a commercially viable lifetime is here | Interesting Engineering A team of researchers from Princeton University has built the first perovskite solar cells that last long enough to be commercially viable. Silicon-based cells, which many regard as an expensive and suboptimal component, have domin…
 
News: Researchers run a gas turbine on pure hydrogen in world first | New Atlas (01:51) Gas turbines are found in aircraft, trains, ships, generators, pumps, compressors and all sorts of other places. 90% currently run on natural gas, which produces carbon dioxide when you burn it In the race to zero emissions by 2050, several organizations, includ…
 
Through his website’s only technological innovation, Harry Knowles exploits a secret that will eventually transform future social media platforms into billion dollar companies. And Drew McWeeny 'fixes' one last major film production before leaving AICN for good. Written, narrated, and edited by Joe Scott. Executive produced by Kristina Bell with so…
 
Scientists just broke the record for the highest efficiency solar cell | Interesting Engineering (01:46) A team of researchers at the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has created a solar cell with a record efficiency of 39.5 percent. This is the highest efficiency solar cell of any type, measured using standard …
 
Get ready to take your shots! Downlow.d will launch the beginning of the final trilogy of episodes in The Rise and Fall of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News starting Thursday, June 9th! Here's a preview of Episode Seven. See you next week! Click here to visit our website: https://www.downlowdpod.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/d…
 
UPDATE: The narrative episodes of Downlow.d will return on June 2, 2022. On this special bonus interview of Downlow.d, we talk with alleged criminal and ex-con Outlaw Vern about his film criticism that he wrote for AICN as well as his life of crime (or lack thereof). We also discuss Vern’s fantastic book “Seagology: A Study of the Ass-Kicking Films…
 
Brilliant Planet plans cheap, gigaton-scale carbon capture using algae | New Atlas (01:08) Direct air carbon capture is currently far too costly – but this London company, Brilliant Planet, says it can do it at enormous scale for a tenth the price, using engineered algal blooms in ponds located near desert coastlines Goals to de-acidify the ocean a…
 
Starlink's new Portability feature brings internet to vanlifers - The Verge (01:02) Starlink’s internet-from-SpaceX service has gone mobile with a new Portability feature. It costs an additional $25 each month, on top of monthly subscriptions that already start at $110 after a one-time hit of $599 to purchase the Starlink kit. Starlink subscribers …
 
What was it like to be on set for Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert and witness the fights between the legendary film critics that didn't make it to the airwaves? In this special archive interview, Joe Scott shares the full conversation he had with TV director Don Dupree, who made more than 200 episodes of Siskel & Ebert. Topics include getting Harry Kno…
 
News From seawater to drinking water, with the push of a button | TechXPlore (01:04) MIT researchers have developed a portable desalination unit, weighing less than 10 kilograms, that can remove particles and salts to generate drinking water. Suitcase-sized device Requires less power to operate than a cell phone charger Can be powered by a small, p…
 
News: US Navy wirelessly beamed 1.6kW of power using microwaves | Interesting Engineering (01:22) New miniature heart could help speed heart disease cures | MedicalXPress (10:08) Ultra-light liquid hydrogen tanks promise to make jet fuel obsolete | New Atlas (16:20) Old skins cells reprogrammed to regain youthful function | Science Daily (23:15) Te…
 
NOTE: Consider donating $2 (or more) to our Comics For Kids community fundraiser. Click here to help! Film critic and journalist David Poland has a lot of WAR STORIES. But that’s what happens when you’ve worked in his industry for as many years and in as many outlets as he has. We talk about ‘throwing Jeffrey Wells out of a moving car,’ old argumen…
 
News Reversing hearing loss with regenerative therapy | MIT News (01:28) Approximately 15% of American adults (37.5 million) aged 18 and over report some trouble hearing. The biotechnology company Frequency Therapeutics is seeking to reverse hearing loss — not with hearing aids or implants, but with a new kind of regenerative therapy. Using small m…
 
NEWS Stanford engineers invent a solar panel that generates electricity at night | Interesting Engineer (01:08) Rocket Lab prepares its chopper to catch a returning booster in midair | New Atlas (07:28) Looking Through Mojo Vision's Newest AR Contact Lens | IEEE Spectrum (12:17) Simple delivery method enhances a promising cancer treatment | Medical…
 
News: Scientists Say New Treatment Lets Alopecia Patients Regrow Hair | Futurism (01:14) Scientists at Yale announced this week that a common arthritis medication (baricitinib) appears to help alopecia patients regrow their hair. a potential treatment for a widespread autoimmune condition. Baricitinib is used to reduce pain, stiffness, and swelling…
 
On the last Bonus Comments Section edition of Downlow.d until May, Joe Scott interviews writer Abraham Riesman (https://abrahamriesman.com/) to talk about his book "True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee." Together, they discuss the movie Stan Lee produced with Harry Knowles, professional wrestling, the Geek Industrial Complex, and the import…
 
News Elon Musk floats idea for new social media platform | Twitchy (01:45) Elon Musk, you know the dude by now, posted a Twitter poll this past Friday (March 25th) asking the question: “Free speech is essential to a functioning democracy. Do you believe Twitter rigorously adheres to this principle?” With the caveat that “The consequences of this po…
 
THE MID SEASON FINALE. In this special two-part episode, SXSW celebrates the 15th Anniversary of Ain't It Cool News in 2011 -- a time when its legacy was shadowed by many unpleasant truths. Also, Drew McWeeny sacrifices his filmmaking dreams for AICN while Harry Knowles does the opposite. Written, Edited, and Narrated by Joe Scott Executive Produce…
 
News Disney's "Holobricks" could stack up for larger holograms | New Atlas (01:03) Scientists at Cambridge and Disney Research may be closer to making holograms “less disappointing.” They’ve created new “holobricks” that can stack and tile together to produce large 3D images that can be viewed from multiple angles. Holograms are three-dimensional v…
 
On this special episode of Downlow.d, Joe Scott dives into the online discourse surrounding the Pixar film Turning Red. First up, film critic Ruth Maramis (https://flixchatter.net/) discusses her review of the film as well as her all time favorite Pixar films. Then Joe Scott interviews Erica Milsom, the director of the brand new documentary "Embrac…
 
Cool News A new type of killer T-cell can stop attacks on healthy tissue | Interesting Engineering (01:14) A team of scientists has discovered a brand new form of human T cell that suppresses attacks on healthy tissues, which could lead to treatments for illnesses ranging from lupus to cancer. T cells are significant white blood cells in the immune…
 
Downlow.d host and creator Joe Scott talks with special guest Adam Graham, film critic for The Detroit News about the current state of the industry after the great purge that started in the late '00s. They also become part of THE PROBLEM by discussing Matt Reeves' "The Batman." Plus executive producer Kristina Bell shares a fresh batch of listener …
 
News Sound Waves Convert Stem Cells Into Bone in Regenerative Breakthrough | Good News Network (01:30) Researchers, from RMIT, have used sound waves to turn stem cells into bone cells through the precision power of high-frequency sound waves. Tissue engineering advance Help patients regrow bone lost to cancer or degenerative disease. A key challeng…
 
A new cinema culture emerges when professional newspaper and print film critics lose their jobs en masse, only to be replaced by the online 'children' of Harry Knowles. We also delve into the peculiar backstory and legacy of 'Neill Cumpston,' a spectral figure that looms large over modern film discourse. Written, Edited, and Narrated by Joe Scott E…
 
Downlow.d series creator Joe Scott and executive producer Kristina Bell take a break from the narrative story to discuss episode four of "The Rise of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News." They share an extensive interview with early internet pioneer Patrick Sauriol, the creator of Corona Coming Attractions, the very first internet movie news site.…
 
News: Scientists create universal blood type organs for transplant | Interesting Engineering (01:34) There are 106,435 people in the United States waiting for an organ transplant. Someone in need of a heart or lung spends an average of four months on the recipient list before a suitable organ becomes available. Waiting for a kidney typically lasts …
 
At the height of their power and influence, Harry Knowles and the AICN crew pal around with Roger Ebert, duck a trio of Comicon controversies, and save one of Hollywood's biggest stars from the straight-to-DVD dustbin of history. Written, Edited, and Narrated by Joe Scott Executive Produced by Kristina Bell Sound Engineered by Eddie Garcia With Pro…
 
News: Next-generation spinal implants help people with severe paralysis walk, cycle, and swim | Science.Org (01:40) New Synthetic Tooth Enamel Is Harder and Stronger Than the Real Thing | SciTechDaily (09:05) We Just Got Closer to Finding a Link Between Alzheimer's And Circadian Rhythms | Science Alert (14:16) Microsoft Mitigates 3.47Tbps DDoS Atta…
 
Downlow.d series creator Joe Scott and executive producer Kristina Bell take a break from the narrative story to discuss episode three of "The Rise of Harry Knowles and Ain't It Cool News." They also share a deleted scene and answer a few listener questions, comments, and even complaints. And after spending parts of episodes two and three exploring…
 
NEWS: "Impossible" 2D material is light as plastic and stronger than steel | New Atlas (01:53) Team develops new therapy using magnetic seeds to heat and kill cancer | MedicalXPress (9:09) Michigan wants to develop a wireless EV-charging road by next year | Teslarati (15:33) Tesla Model S Goes 752 Miles on Startup's Battery Swap | The Drive (19:44)…
 
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