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Lucy Cooke - zoologist part 2

She also noted that when sloths poop, they travel down from the tree trunks to defecate on the ground – a huge risk.

 This, she believes is to leave scent trails for other sloths, helping them find and climb the right tree of a female who screams out in D# when in heat.

More than that, they have become entrenched in a culture which values a slower way of life.

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Nagin Cox – NASA engineer part 1

Nagin Cox has worked on all 3 Mars rovers to date. 

She recounts that once they are on Mars, they must make use of their time and work efficiently.

This requires the team of scientists and engineers to work with it, allowing it to gather info...

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Julia Watson - architect part 1

Julia Watson is an architect studying indigenous low-tech designs.

She observed how the Kashi people overcame the problems presented with living in a region of monsoons and high average rainfall. The torrential flash-floods and rivers would often ...

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Nagin Cox – NASA engineer part 2

Since Mars has a slower rotation than Earth, one day (or Sol as it is known) is 40 minutes longer. 

This means the team must work with Martian time, syncing their watches to be slower by 40 minutes and separating themselves from the...

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Julia Watson - architect part 2

She also observed the Uros people living on Lake Titicaca on floating islands made of the cattail reed.

They wove houses from this plant in under 3 days without the need for other resources.

 The resilien...

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Matthew Walker – neuroscientist part 1

Walker wrote the book “Why We Sleep” and is an advocate for at least 8 hours each night. 

He explains how a mixture of REM sleep and deep sleep can help humans consolidate learning and store memories.

The ratio between these two modes of sleep is ext...

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Matthew Walker – neuroscientist part 2

He conducted an experiment with two groups: 8-hour-sleepers vs all-nighters. 

He then studied the individuals brain patterns in an MRI scan as they tried to memorize and recall facts. The 8-hour-sleepers showed healthy, active brain patterns associated with learning...

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Lucy Cooke - zoologist part 1

Lucy Cooke is a zoologist and founder of Slothville. 

Lucy noted that sloths are evolutionary extraordinary in many ways: they are one of the only inverted quadrupeds, they poop only once a week, they are vegetarians which can digest a variety of plants and...

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Matthew Walker – neuroscientist part 3

Walker concludes that sleep is vital to help heal emotional trauma by reflection in deep sleep and convert knowledge into wisdom through the associations formed between the emotional, memorial and abstract in REM sleep.

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