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TechStuff is a show about technology. And it’s not just how technology works. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the people behind the tech, the companies that market it and how technology affects our lives and culture.
 
Have you ever wondered what your husband is really thinking? Why does your boyfriend do that?! It's no secret that men don't often share their inner thoughts, even with each other. This podcast will literally serve as HOW MEN THINK as NHL great Brooks Laich and award-winning musician, singer, songwriter Gavin DeGraw and their panel of experts, each of whom is in a different stage of their life, open up on their personal and often hysterical views on relationships, marriage, children, health, ...
 
A bite-sized edition of the Stuff You Should Know podcast that fans have grown to love, 15-minute-or-less episodes about the most interesting things in the world around us. Short Stuff now lives on Stuff You Should Know — subscribe there and join Josh and Chuck every Wednesday for more shorties!
 
Explain Like I'm Five, aka ELI5, is the mini-podcast series where we take the questions you always wanted to ask, and talk about them in a way that is easy to understand. Made possible by the amazing reddit community at r/explainlikeimfive. See episode show notes for user credits.
 
Join brothers Brandon and Nevin Werner on their crazy trip through time as they dive into some of the weirdest, funniest, and most unbelievable stories in history. Human history has too many stories to fit into just the Laughing Historically video show. Each podcast episode, Brandon and Nevin bring you two topics that they think need to be discussed right way. Looking for our video show? Check out new episodes at: youtube.com/laughinghistorically.
 
Business Bootcamp Podcast is made for small business owners. My name is Mike Andes. I started college at the age of 13 with full intention of going to medical school. I went to school for an MBA and now I own a landscaping company, an Anytime Fitness gym, and 3 online businesses. I share my highs, lows, and experiences being an entrepreneur. You can learn from my mistakes and identify with the day-to-day struggles of a small business owner. Call in or ask a question online and get concrete a ...
 
Your weekly dose of some of the world’s latest and greatest science news, technological advancements, absurd curiosities, and groundbreaking research in everything from ancient history to the future of astrophysics. Join Lauren Vogelbaum and the HowStuffWorks team as they explore humanity’s newest discoveries in HowStuffWorks NOW.
 
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iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus on this day in 1955. / On this day in 1952, the New York Daily News announced Christine Jorgensen's gender confirmation surgery. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers https://www.listennotes.com/e/33f0e491a4554d2d81aa5932…
 
What does an athlete look like? For this month's book club, Anney and Samantha delve into themes around atleticism, stereotypes, health, running, motivation and the power of support with Mirna Valerio's book A Beautiful Work in Progress. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
The Russian government may soon pass an unusual law giving any former Russian president legal immunity -- not only from any crimes committed while in office, but for any acts before or after their presidency, as well. This lifetime immunity proposal has international spectators scratching their heads in confusion... and diving into conspiracy. Tune…
 
We've had doctors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, life coaches, celebrities, women and men of all ages, every expert we could find to try to get inside the mind of a man. Today we learn from the best of the best. He drives a sleigh, slides down the chimney, loves milk and cookies and today he's coming to us LIVE from the North Pole. Sant…
 
Over 200 years ago the British and Russian empires waged a largely silent war across Eurasia, vying for influence, power and access to resources. In what became known as "The Great Game" British and Russian forces would ultimately leave indelible marks on the face of the modern world. And, according to some, The Great Game never ended. Join Ben and…
 
Surprisingly, Cabbage Patch Kids have turned up on SYSK almost as much as the Nazis or Seinfeld. It’s finally time to dive all the way into CPKs, from their controversial origins to the Christmas craze of ‘83 to their alter egos, Garbage Pail Kids. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus on this day in 1955. / On this day in 1952, the New York Daily News announced Christine Jorgensen's gender confirmation surgery. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks
 
Planet Earth a bit much for you right now? Well venture back out to Venus on Stuff to Blow Your Mind. Join Robert and Joe as they discuss recent news in the search for possible signs of life in the Venusian clouds, as well as the possibility of probes or even human explorers sailing over Venus in futuristic airships. Learn more about your ad-choice…
 
Police brutality. Government corruption. A struggle for gender equality. The fight for a free press. You know how they say history repeats itself? Fifty years ago, legendary television host David Frost interviewed the most influential thinkers, politicians, activists, and cultural icons of their time. And most of those tapes have been lost for a ge…
 
Police brutality. Government corruption. A struggle for gender equality. The fight for a free press. You know how they say history repeats itself? Fifty years ago, legendary television host David Frost interviewed the most influential thinkers, politicians, activists, and cultural icons of their time. And most of those tapes have been lost for a ge…
 
To celebrate her January 20 birthday and her current involvement in a possible COVID-19 vaccine, Cristen and Caroline look at the incredible life of country music legend Dolly Parton and why many consider the over-the-top entertainer a feminist icon in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-adverti…
 
Would you eat a steak grown from your own cells? The question may become increasingly plausible in the next few years. What's the story with the bizarre green slime flowing beneath Toronto? And who on (or off) Earth created that mysterious monument in Utah? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
The conclusion of our three-parter on the life of Jim Thorpe covers his time as a professional athlete, and his life after the end of his athletic career – including two pieces of his story that have tragically continued long after his death. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks Elizabeth I delivered her "Golden Speech" on this day in 1601. / On this day in 1954, a meteorite hit and bruised a woman in Alabama. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers https://www.listennotes.com/e/52395c51fe174379ad13de7151015747/…
 
Christian Kemp, Terry Waggoner, Todd Ferris, Megan Ferris Episode 005 (Season 1, Episode 5) Airplane Food, Kansas Weiners, and Scary Ride Season 1 comes to a wrap! (Yes we know it was only five episodes, but we are very, very, very, busy people.) We’ve worked harder on this season of “Other People’s Stories” than any other season ever! So we’re rea…
 
A/M Mazda 787B In this episode, I cover the Mazda 787B, a racecar developed in the early 1990s that would go on to be the first rotary power racecar to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. With this car, Mazda would also become the first Japanese automaker to win this prestigious race. Thanks for Listening! Rotary Engine Video: https://www.youtube.com/watc…
 
The Zong Massacre began on this day in 1781. / On this day in 1847, a group of Cayuse tribespeople killed 13 people at the Whitman Mission, as they believed that physician and religious leader Marcus Whitman was deliberately spreading measles. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks The Zong Massacre began on this day in 1781. / On this day in 1847, a group of Cayuse tribespeople killed 13 people at the Whitman Mission, as they believed that physician and religious leader Marcus Whitman was deliberately spreading measles. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertiser…
 
Legend has it that tea was discovered by a curious Chinese emperor after leaves blew into his boiled water. Now tea is the second only to water in popularity worldwide. And despite the varieties of tea, they all come from a single species of plant. Learn all about it in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.c…
 
iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks Anne Bonny and Mary Read were convicted of piracy on this day in 1720. / On this day in 1967, astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell became the first person to detect a radio pulsar. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers https://www.listennotes.com/e/676f74f6144e4bafa716843b99cb0b15…
 
“You are what you eat,” the saying goes -- but does that apply to memories as well? In this Stuff to Blow Your Mind two-parter, join Robert and Joe on a journey through the world of Planaria worms, controversial research, regeneration, behaviorism and even the machinations of the Unabomber. (originally published 11/19/2019) Learn more about your ad…
 
What makes a genre of music successful? Ideally, the art connects on a personal level with the audience, speaking truth to power, tapping into a universal experience.... but what if that isn't always the case? In 2012, an email from someone claiming to be a former music industry executive alleged that gangster rap was not an organic success. Instea…
 
How is dry ice made? Why does metal make a 'screaming sound' when dry ice is touched to it? Is it possible to make fizzy fruit with it? Why should we never put dry ice into a swimming pool? ... We explain like i'm five! Thank you to the r/explainlikeimfive community as always and in particular the following users whose questions and comments formed…
 
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