The Gal Pals talk about their adventures in recycling, fickle pickles, and the Danish Semiologist, Inge Lehmann. Journey with us to the lady who discovered what is in the enter of the Earth – with science!
Show Notes & Extras
- Gal Pals this month are Bonnie Fillenwarth, Katie Harris, Rebecca Berfanger and Leah Leach
- Leah already talked about Marjory Stoneman Douglas
- Get to know you question is about your adventures in recycling
- Lowering food waste
- Artwork (picture below of Leah’s recycled artwork)
- Katie’s dog is a animal recycling system
- Tee towels into shirts – Made in Suburbia
- Bonnie – Master Recycler
- SciShow of what bags are better to use for the environment (link below)
- Medicine bottles to your human society
- Mason and Ball Jars
- Fickle Pickle!
- Bonnie’s 1 Cool Environmental Gal is Inge Lehmann
- Danish family
- Born in 1888
- Personal life details are sparce
- Attended a school that taught equality
- Called herself the “The Only Danish Seismologist”
- 1936 she discovered the Earth’s core
- Beliefs before
- Inge Recycles too!
- After she retired she turned her research to the upper mantel of the Earth
- Died in 1993 at age 104
- Did Marjory and Inge meet?
- Inner Core & Outer Core have a “Lehman Discontinuity”
- Mars Viking 1 & 2
- Marsquakes = Earthquakes
- June 5, 1915 women in Denmark get the right to vote
- CORRECTION Women get the right to vote in 1918 in England not 1917
- There is an asteroid named after Inge
- Inge is part of Gal’s Guide Women of STEM presentation in schools
- There is no “S” in Meijer
About The Gal’s Guide Podcast
What if you could only share 1 cool thing about a topic? Would it be about ancient history? Would it be breaking news? Would it be safe for work? A group of gals gathers to present to you one cool thing on topics like painting, gaming, movies, music and more.