Category : science

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

206: Justin Jensen | Top Excuses for Not Coming to AoC

Since the foundation of The Art of Charm, thousands of students have come through our doors, graduated and left as the type of man they've always wanted to be. Unfortunately, thousands more have made an excuse NOT to take action. Perhaps you're one o...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Y chromosome; Everest avalanche; Aphid survey; Longitude

Y Chromosome We learn from a young age that if a fertilised egg carries XX chromosomes it will be a girl, but with XY it will be a boy. This male Y sex chromosome has lost many genes along its evolution over the past 180 million years and now only ab...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

251: AoC Toolbox | How to Break Up with Someone

"I'm thankful for my struggle, for without it I wouldn't have stumbled across my strength." - Alex Elle Breaking up is hard to do. AJ & Jordan Harbinger of The Art of Charm go over some 'best-practices' for planning and managing the end of a re...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

250: Robert Greene | 7th Anniversary Special

Jordan's Note: this is the 7-year anniversary episode of The Art of Charm Podcast. Since we couldn't and wouldn't have ever done this without your support, I've written a special letter to you, the fans, at the end, so stay tuned for it. Here's to an...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

249: AoC Toolbox | How to Read Body Language

"Your actions speak so loudly, I can not hear what you are saying." - Ralph Waldo Emerson In the latest installment of The Art of Charm Toolbox, Justin Jensen, an instructor at The Art of Charm discusses reading body language, why it's important and...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Whales; Dark Matter; Falling; Arty brains

Whaling The International Court of Justice in the Hague recently ruled that Japan should stop whaling in the Antarctic “for scientific purposes.” They found that the primary purpose of the science programme, JARPAII, was not science. In that case, wh...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Calorie Restriction; Moon Age; Mars Yard; IPCC.

Calorie restriction Careful restriction of the number of calories eaten, without causing malnutrition, extends the lifespan of numerous organisms – from worms to mice – but whether it works in monkeys is controversial. Building on results from a long...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Tracking planes; Peer review; Mega-virus; Astronaut

Are black boxes outdated technology? With GPS widely available in everyday gadgets like mobile phones, how could Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 just disappear? Adam Rutherford speaks to Dr Matt Greaves, a Lecturer in Accident Investigation at Cranfie...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

236: AoC Toolbox | Vocal Tonality

In this long-awaited edition of The Art of Charm Toolbox, AJ & Jordan Harbinger outline some of the basics of solid vocal tonality, including drills and exercises to improve your voice and hone your pitch, cadence and tone, as well as begin to el...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Bees; Whales; Pain; Gay genes

Bees - Nearly all bees in the UK suffering serious declines. They're mostly threatened by habitat and land-use change. But disease also plays a part. Adam Rutherford talks to Professor Mark Brown about new work he's done looking at the evidence of di...