Erie Listener Episode 6: Deep Sea Dive

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Wednesday, November 13th, 2013 at 11:22 AM

Jay talks with Global Summit speaker and marine biologist, oceanographer, and underwater explorer, Edith Widder, about what it's like thousands of feet below the ocean's surface, what the ocean floor can tell us, and why acting now to curb pollution and factory fishing is vital, not only for the ocean, but for life on Earth. Also, Jay and John talk elections, and Penn State Behrend's new video game design program. Are video games art?

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