JB Sanders is back with a new “Geek Month in Review”! Click in for the tree of 40 fruits, Star Trek communicators, healing with ultrasound, and more!

Tripods that fly! Skateboards that fly! The time will fly when you read the latest “Geek Month in Review” from JB Sanders!

Dr. Saqib Qureshi, author of “Reconstructing Strategy: Dancing with the God of Objectivity”, argues against an isolated United States.

Marc Bekoff, professor emeritus of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder and has worked alongside leading writers and activists such as Jane Goodall, joins us today to discuss rewilding.

JB Sanders is back with the “Geek Month in Review”! He brings with him: an interactive map to the universe, edible Legos, the sounds of the trees, and of course more!

Cows with pedometers. If you need another reason to click in I just don’t know you like I thought I did. Oh, and it’s JB Sanders’ latest “Geek Month in Review”.

Secret door, secret drawers, and secret safes! All this and more in the “Geek Month Review: March”.

Watching “Aliens” with 11 year-olds. Do you need another reason to check out the latest “Geek Month” from JB Sanders?

It’s what the title says folks, “15 of the World’s Strangest Greetings”.

Dayna Winters, co-author of “The Esoteric Dream Book”, is back to talk about the symbolism of abduction in dreams.

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