Best howstuffworks podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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HowStuffWorks NOW
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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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Atlanta Monster
Weekly
 
From the producers of Up and Vanished and HowStuffWorks, Atlanta Monster aims to tell the true story of one of Atlanta’s darkest secrets, almost 40 years later.
 
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Ridiculous History
Weekly+
 
History is beautiful, brutal and, often, ridiculous. Join Ben Bowlin and Noel Brown as they dive into some of the weirdest stories from across the span of human civilization in Ridiculous History, a podcast by HowStuffWorks.
 
HowStuffWorks and the GRAMMY Museum team up to give listeners exclusive access to the most amazing music artists on the planet. Each week, we’ll blow people’s minds by providing an all-access pass to the artist inner circle.
 
HowStuffWorks and the GRAMMY Museum team up to give listeners exclusive access to the most amazing music artists on the planet. Each week, we’ll blow people’s minds by providing an all-access pass to the artist inner circle.
 
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Zak and Steven talk about surprise breakfast, museums that are not closed in lots of ways, tests of attention span, hot or not with journals, in Sweden you (don’t) carry bikes, color-blind texting, heavy phone 2, daily poison, taking credit, the Da Vinci Pride, and maps of cats. Hidden Treasures Short Stack Eatery Decision Fatigue – Wikipedia V ...…
 
Published on 27 Mar 2017. Researchers are working to improve the lives of adult picky eaters. We break down who the Secret Service protects, and at what costs to taxpayers. Plus, there's a $700 kit that turns certain cars into self-driving cars -- and it works.
 
Published on 10 Apr 2017. Is scattering ashes technically littering? Will circular runways be the future of airports? Can the TSA search the data in your electronic devices? In this episode, these questions are answered and only two bad puns are made.
 
Visit https://podnews.net/update/acast-adswizz-demo-targeting to read this archived update.By james@crid.land (James Cridland).
 
Mining asteroids, traveling on laser beams, and developing self-aware robots: science fiction or science fact? World-renowned physicist and futurist Michio Kaku says that these milestones are not only in humanity's future, but are beginning to occur right now. Dr. Kaku joins the Curiosity Podcast for a fascinating inside look at interstellar tr ...…
 
Comedian Todd Glass joins Scott to talk about his new Netflix special Act Happy, the importance of audience cutaways, and understanding the man cave. Then, British prime minister Winston Churchill drops in to share his Oscar predictions. Plus, dental hygienist Becky stops by to talk about her favorite mouths and the best unexpected use for teet ...…
 
The Walking Dead returns in February and Carl may or may not be dead or alive. Spoiler alert. Tim explains why there wasn't a show last week, we've updated the Patreon rewards (http://www.patreon.com/timandrews) with some cool stuff, not being nice to Autumn on The Von Haessler Doctrine, Oscar nominations 2018, having sex with peaches, Ira FINA ...…
 
How did HowStuffWorks transform from a website into a podcast network? Some special guests join the show to talk about the transition from writer to Internet superstar.
 
How did HowStuffWorks get started? We look at the humble beginnings of the site and how it evolved over the early years.
 
In this week's SYSK Select episode, is the idea of possession a misunderstanding of physiological and psychological conditions, or has science failed to account for unknown, legitimate factors? Learn whether exorcism and psychology are mutually exclusive in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.
 
Published on 29 Feb 2016. Have you ever wondered why your ears pop when you plunge into the deep end of a swimming pool? It's all about keeping your ear drum happy, as this HowStuffWorks podcast reveals.
 
Published on 29 Feb 2016. Have you ever wondered why your ears pop when you plunge into the deep end of a swimming pool? It's all about keeping your ear drum happy, as this HowStuffWorks podcast reveals.
 
"Does expensive wine taste better than cheap wine?", Written and Published by LAURIE L. DOVE, on howstuffworks. This article was transformed from text to audio by Amazon's Polly service.
 
"Which Is More Dangerous: Motorcycles or Cars?", Written and Published by KATE KERSHNER, on JULY 15th, 2017, on howstuffworks. This article was transformed from text to audio by Amazon's Polly service.
 
On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Gem discusses UFO sightings and claims of otherworldly visitation with Ashlyn, Lauren, and Laura. Life, the Universe & Everything Else is a podcast that delves into issues of science, critical thinking, and secular humanism. SkeptiCamp: If you’d like to present at SkeptiCamp, send an emai ...…
 
Comparing and contrasting our humidity, opening the kimono all the way, playing a live game of Clash Royale, and how we listen to podcasts. Discuss on our subreddit Clash Royale game demo with iChris and Dogburps - YouTube I Guess We’re Grown-Ups Now S-Town Podcast 30 For 30 Podcasts Show - PodCenter - ESPN Radio Under The Influence with Terry ...…
 
Ben, Matt and Noel talk to the smartest guy they know: Marshall Brain, the founder of HowStuffWorks and author of 'Imagining Elon Musk's Million-Person Mars Colony.'By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Ben, Matt and Noel talk to the smartest guy they know: Marshall Brain, the founder of HowStuffWorks and author of 'Imagining Elon Musk's Million-Person Mars Colony.'By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Ben, Matt and Noel talk to the smartest guy they know: Marshall Brain, the founder of HowStuffWorks and author of 'Imagining Elon Musk's Million-Person Mars Colony.'By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
The Milky Way is an extremely big place. Measured from end to end, our galaxy in an estimated 100,000 to 180,000 light years (31,000 – 55,000 parsecs) in diameter. And it is extremely well-populated, with an estimated 100 to 400 million stars contained within. And according to recent estimates, it is believed that there are as many as 100 billi ...…
 
Cal Newport is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University, who specializes in the theory of distributed algorithms. He previously earned his Ph.D. from MIT in 2009 and graduated from Dartmouth College in 2004. In addition to studying the theoretical foundations of our digital age as a professor, Newport also writes abou ...…
 
Since sexual contact can transmit disease, why don't any diseases increase our sex drive? Why is Wednesday pronounced differently than it's spelled? Why do British lawyers and judges still wear powdered wigs? The answers, plus a fond farewell.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Since sexual contact can transmit disease, why don't any diseases increase our sex drive? Why is Wednesday pronounced differently than it's spelled? Why do British lawyers and judges still wear powdered wigs? The answers, plus a fond farewell.
 
There's science behind why reheated coffee is terrible. In the incredible future, we may have better ways to mammogram. Plus, the woman who founded home economics was all kinds of amazing.
 
There's science behind why reheated coffee is terrible. In the incredible future, we may have better ways to mammogram. Plus, the woman who founded home economics was all kinds of amazing.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
During this episode, Steve talks about EVERY SINGLE extant non-human animal that drinks xylem or phloem sap. Join the guys as they explore the paradox of phloem sap, the barriers to eating it, how squirrels tap maple trees, hemipterans (true bugs), yellow-bellied sapsuckers, and much, much more. This episode stands alone, but we highly recommen ...…
 
Is Instagram copying Snapchat or is Snapchat copying Instagram? In either case, should this copying be legal? Today I dig into intellectual property and why I’m not a fan of intellectual property laws citing various examples that show how transparency of ideas and the freedom to use and share ideas leads to better results - both in and outside ...…
 
Research into missing limbs indicates that our brains control function differently than we thought. Underground mole rats can live without oxygen. Plus, the mysteries of Blood Falls have been solved.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Research into missing limbs indicates that our brains control function differently than we thought. Underground mole rats can live without oxygen. Plus, the mysteries of Blood Falls have been solved.
 
. Here are the winners in the “Podcasts & Digital Audio” group, across 15 categories. Though some are well-known, and most are from leading networks, the winners (official and People’s Voice) make a good discovery list. ARTS & CULTURE Webby winner: Still Processing (New York Times) People’s Choice: Stuff You Should Know (HowStuffWorks) BEST HOS ...…
 
Female Supreme Court justices get interrupted three times as often as male justices. Climbing stairs may be as effective as caffeine at perking you up. Plus, today's teens are doing pretty OK. Really.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Female Supreme Court justices get interrupted three times as often as male justices. Climbing stairs may be as effective as caffeine at perking you up. Plus, today's teens are doing pretty OK. Really.
 
Mr. Money Mustache shares what hypermiling is and how you can save 25% on gas doing it. This is Part 1 of 3. Episode 306: Hypermiling: Expert Driving to Save 25% on Gas - Part 1 by Mr. Money Mustache (Costs to own a car). Mr. Money Mustache is a thirty-something retiree who now writes about how we can all live a frugal, yet awesome, life of lei ...…
 
Are humans nutritous enough to make cannibalism feasible? Could Trump's proposed border wall be improved with a Hyperloop?. Plus: Should the FBI be able to use everyone's photos in their crime-solving facial recognition program?
 
Are humans nutritous enough to make cannibalism feasible? Could Trump's proposed border wall be improved with a Hyperloop?. Plus: Should the FBI be able to use everyone's photos in their crime-solving facial recognition program?By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Humans are ill-suited to the rigors of space, but augmenting ourselves with technology may create opportunities to explore and colonize worlds beyond our own. In this episode, we experiment in such a future.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Humans are ill-suited to the rigors of space, but augmenting ourselves with technology may create opportunities to explore and colonize worlds beyond our own. In this episode, we experiment in such a future.
 
Is it time for the United States to have a military Space Force? Weather patterns are getting stuck in place - climate change is to blame. Plus, research shows that a substance in maple syrup has some incredible medicinal properties.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Is it time for the United States to have a military Space Force? Weather patterns are getting stuck in place - climate change is to blame. Plus, research shows that a substance in maple syrup has some incredible medicinal properties.
 
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