Look It Up is a podcast for the indiscriminately curious. On this episode:
0:43 - What would gymnastics look like in low gravity?
4:19 - What is data scaping?
5:52 - Shorts: does the third-party doctrine apply to iMessage? What happens if you drive over a road flare?
6:48 - Forfeitures, a segment about the weird stuff the US Government seizes
9:09 - Sources. NASA video about movement in space suits, bit.ly/liugravity. Scientific American article on lunar Olympic gymnastics, bit.ly/liugymnastics. SLU Law Journal article about iMessage and the third-party doctrine, bit.ly/liudoctrine. US Government forfeiture website, www.forfeiture.gov.
Today's episode featured a clip from Philippe Beer Gabel's "Cats in my mind" and "Mystical Picnic" by Nutmeg, all from the Free Music Archive, freemusicarchive.org
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On this week's episode: what are closed cities? Is there anywhere in the US that's safe from natural disasters? What is rebar for and how is it made?
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