Episode 56 - Repentance, Climate Change, and Living in a Fish

For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: How much impact to cows have on climate change? How far into the past could we go before genetic shift would make it impossible to reproduce with ancient humans? What are the scientific benefits of repentance? Could a human service in the stomach of a fish?

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Here are some resources on each answer if you'd like to dig deeper.

How much impact to cows have on climate change?

Are cows the cause of global warming?

The World’s Leading Driver of Climate Change: Animal Agriculture

How far into the past could we go before genetic shift would make it impossible to reproduce with ancient humans?

Anatomically modern human From Wikipedia

It Wasn't Just Neanderthals: Ancient Humans Had Sex with Other Hominids

What are the scientific benefits of repentance?

Repentance defined

Could a human service in the stomach of a fish?

Have any real-life Jonahs been swallowed by whales and lived?

Could a Whale Accidentally Swallow You? It Is Possible

How could Jonah survive three days in the belly of a “whale”?

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