More Than You Want To Know Show

Mondays at 8:30am and occasionally on the Home Beats Show on Thursday nights after 10pm

The More Than You Want To Know Show is hosted by the EngiNerd, who tackles questions about science, the natural world, human biology, and pretty much anything that he is curious about!

If you have a burning question that you think the EngiNerd could help answer, email him at enginerd@ksjd.org. But be warned, he'll probably tell you more than you want to know....

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In this episode of the More Than You Want To Know Show, the EngiNerd explores parhelion, those bright spots of light that accompany the sun, sometimes called "sun dogs" or "light pillars". He explains how these spots of light form, where you can see them, and how they differ from rainbows.

In this episode of the More Than You Want To Know Show, the EngiNerd studies the greenhouse gas methane; its chemical composition, where it comes from, and the so-called "methane hot spot" that has been detected in the Four Corners area.

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Computers have been getting smaller and smaller, while at the same time getting more and more powerful. In this episode, the EngiNerd takes a look at the history of computers, how engineers have been able to consistently create smaller and more powerful machines, and what the future may hold.

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In this episode of the More Than You Want To Know Show, the EngiNerd explores the world of owls: their amazing variety of their physical characteristics and how they contribute to being the deadly hunters that they are.

Stuart Rankin

Weather forecasters talk a lot about the weather phenomena know as El Niño and La Niña. In this episode of the More Than You Want To Know Show, the EngiNerd takes a look at the differences between El Niño and La Niña, how it affects our weather, and what we might expect from the strong El Niño winter that is being forecast for the winter of 2015-2016.

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