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I was a bit worried at first that I would have no idea what to say about the story I heard on Tuesday, but as the radio show went on, I actually ended up tweeting a lot more than I thought I would. Here are a couple of my favorite things I noticed about the story! i like how the speaker's facts about melting glaciers/global warming is reinforced with another person giving facts about it! also the kind of eerie music in the background kinda reflects how i feel about climate change (scared!!!) #ds106 — Rachel Tafoya (@rachelds106) February 12, 2020 he (the radiohost) connected the audio and ended his sentence with "a home"…and then the audio picked up with "a home?!", I think that's super cool, and really connects the audio to the speaker even more (did it again with the full moon!) #ds106 — Rachel Tafoya (@rachelds106) February 12, 2020 the sounds of the night really make it feel like you're there as the audio continues…would be a lot different if it was just the audio #ds106 — Rachel Tafoya (@rachelds106) February 12, 2020 the boiling sound….temperature rising! (makes me think of our oceans boiling). #ds106 — Rachel Tafoya (@rachelds106) February 12, 2020 "polyphonic listening"…not about the audio but i learned a new word #ds106 — Rachel Tafoya (@rachelds106) February 12, 2020