August 14, 2001

They called him the "Dragon Hunter", but Roy Chapman Andrews was really in search of dinosaur bones, says archaeologist Charles Gallenkamp. Gallenkamp explains how Andrews' expedition led Andrews and his team deep into the Gobi Desert and Mongolia. Gallenkamp's book is "Dragon Hunter: Roy Chapman Andrews and the Central Asiatic Expeditions".

Researchers say that in another billion years the sun will be too hot for life to exist on Earth. Donald Korycansky, scientist at the University of California at Santa Cruz, talks about his team's plan to alter the Earth's orbit by bringing a meteor close to its path. He says this could allow life to survive on Earth for an additional six billion years.

It's been said that who you know is more important that what you know. That, according to Wayne Baker, is "social capital". He talks with Todd about how a pool of solid relationships can help you in business and personal life. Baker's book is "Achieving Success Through Social Capital: Tapping the Hidden Resources in Your Personal and Business Networks".