By jcoyne on November 14, 2012
Jim sits down with Jeff the biologist to discuss some travel along with communicating science after dissecting streaking as a general experience along with other uncomfortable situations. Also covered: anecdotes from South Africa, optioning the podcast into a major motion picture, and the fallacy of bear management in Yellowstone. Link to Will Smith talk referenced in […]
By jcoyne on June 24, 2012
Jim and Tom sit down with a returning guest (Richard) and a first-timer (Whitney) to discuss the wilderness. What can we learn from the Great Wide Open? Is Yellowstone Park a preserve or a performance? Does a cost/benefit analysis favor strip malls over wooded areas? We flirt with answers.
Posted in That's what I believe | Tagged 9 to 5, adventure, adventure tourism, Allegheny National Forest, camping, Captain Ron, city planning, community, control, convenience, curiosity, death, dehydration, earth science, ecology, ecosystem, education, elbow room, environmental engineering, Ernest Hemingway, extreme running, fear, federal land, fire from ice, fishing, hard science, hardship, hobbit holes, Hundertwasser, Jim Morrison, John Muir, Life After People, Midnight in Paris, national parks, naturalism, Niagara Falls, parenting, park ranger, park service, Planet Earth, strip malls, Teddy Roosevelt, The Edge, theory and practice, urban design, vacation, waste, Wild Harmony, wilderness, Woody Allen, Yellowstone | Leave a response