How is tilapia the answer for burn victims? How does Bruce Buffer fit into Legends and Losers? How can we slow down mental decline in older people? On this episode, we exchange interesting stories and news, including 3D printed houses, insects and turning hydrogen into mental. Abigail also joins us on the show!
Adrian Solano’s favorite part was falling down because now he’s more motivated to get up and keep achieving his goal. -Colin Vincent
Studies show that interaction with between generations can slow mental decline in older people.
A Brazilian city is using tilapia to treat burn victims. The treatment has cut down the healing time.
Trees are intelligent and communicative and bees can actually learn from each other!
At the start of the show, we shared a skier video and a story about a man who wanted to get to the Olympics. Next we talked about Bruce Buffer on Legends and Losers. We had the honor of Abigail joining in on the conversation. We also shared why trees are so intelligent, and towards the end of the show we talked about sex doll brothels and smart condoms.
We also discussed
The plural of cul-de-sac
3D printed homes
How animals are learning from each other
How Harvard lost their only sample of hydrogen turned into metal
Between solving Llama drama and getting bees to learn from each other, it would appear that the common denominator is treats and rewards. We’ve also learned that tilapia can actually be a huge help in helping burn victims and trees are a lot smarter than we give them credit for. All of these stories remind us that problems create solutions and new categories!