Gallimaufric Science Podcast No. 8: Man After Man by Dougal Dixon
Notes and links for this episode of the Gallimaufric Science Podcast:
Where we blog and who we are:
Game Restart: http://orc.one/gr
Art & Sundry blog on Orc.One: http://orc.one/blogs/scott
Masks, specifically: https://cubelight.threadless.com/accessories/face-mask
Raven, Scott, Tommy, Zach
Special Thanks to:
Anthony Ruelas, you rule.
Everyone who bought one of Scott's masks—you helped make this podcast possible.
Episode 8 (Man After Man) show notes:
Man After Man
Darren Naish’s interview with Dougal Dixon
Evolution by Stephen Baxter
Last and First men by Olaf Stapledon
A playlist of YT uploads of the Japanese stop-motion After Man documentary
Cleaner fish/shrimp communicating with their clients:
Grutter, A. S. (2004). Cleaner fish use tactile dancing behavior as a preconflict management strategy. Current biology, 14(12), 1080-1083.
Becker, J. H., Curtis, L. M., & Grutter, A. S. (2005). Cleaner shrimp use a rocking dance to advertise cleaning service to clients. Current Biology, 15(8), 760-764.