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Curiosity Daily

By Westwood One / Curiosity.com Science

The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you'll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Hosts Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.

  1. 1.
    Cell-Sized Robots (w/ Cornell University), Learning Styles Don’t Exist, and Why Pulsars Matter07/15/2019
    10:06
  2. 2.
    Songs in Tonal Languages (w/ James Kirby) and Neanderthal DNA in Human Chromosomes07/14/2019
    11:07
  3. 3.
    Smartphone Technology and the Future of Innovation07/13/2019
    18:13
  4. 4.
    Surprising Science of Glass (w/ Nick Uhas), Satellite Tethers, and Map Coloring Math07/12/2019
    10:11
  5. 5.
    AI Translating Babies’ Cries, Being Suckered by the Barnum Effect, and City of Lies and Truth07/11/2019
    8:32
  6. 6.
    Finding What You Love to Do (w/ David Epstein) and How to Deliver Bad News07/10/2019
    10:13
  7. 7.
    Why Generalists Triumph (w/ David Epstein) and What Causes Puffy Eyes After Crying07/09/2019
    10:06
  8. 8.
    Never Hit the Snooze Button, Unblock Your Creativity with a 4-Year-Old, and Dinosaur Colors07/08/2019
    7:38
  1. 9.
    Black Hole Edges (w/ Ralph Crewe), Your Brain’s Backup Plan, and Healthy Tanning Tips07/07/2019
    10:02
  2. 10.
    Spontaneous Human Combustion, Your Terrible Creep Radar, and Employee Honesty07/05/2019
    9:54
  3. 11.
    Fireworks Technology, Human Body’s Energy Limit, and Making Meat-Like Burgers from Plants07/04/2019
    9:24
  4. 12.
    Admit What You Don’t Know, Moral Dilemmas of Self-Driving Cars, and Revolving Door Origins07/03/2019
    9:37
  5. 13.
    Individuals Really Can Slow Climate Change, Muscle Memory Is Real, and Penguin Waddles07/02/2019
    8:57
  6. 14.
    Sweat is Not Detoxifying, How to Educate People About GMOs, and Mascara Mouth07/01/2019
    8:35
  7. 15.
    Without Space, We Die (w/ Kevin J. DeBruin), Breeding New Apples, and Ceres’ Ice Volcano06/30/2019
    10:22
  8. 16.
    Educating and Innovating for the Future with Sustainable Solutions06/29/2019
    15:27
  9. 17.
    Game Transfer Phenomena (w/ Angelica Ortiz de Gortari) and the Methane Spike on Mars06/28/2019
    9:50
  10. 18.
    Nuclear Survival Guide, Physical Health Benefits of Being Kind to Yourself, Snakes and Ladders06/27/2019
    9:44
  11. 19.
    Weirdest Types of Lightning, Spotting Audio Lies Easily, and the Traveling Salesman Problem06/26/2019
    9:38
  12. 20.
    Find Out if You’re an Echoist, Pluto Swapping with Neptune, and Our Ancestors’ Healthy Living06/25/2019
    8:41
  13. 21.
    History-Changing Chewing Gum, How to Spot Bad Nutrition Tips, and Why Dogs Love Humans06/24/2019
    9:11
  14. 22.
    Godzilla’s Deeper Meaning, Exoplanets (w/ Ralph Crewe from SNaQ), and Turing Machines06/23/2019
    10:04
  15. 23.
    Planning for and Investing in New Technologies06/22/2019
    13:17
  16. 24.
    Fighting the Most Common Form of Prejudice, Autokinetic Effect, and Fermat’s Last Theorem06/21/2019
    9:52
  17. 25.
    Developing Drugs to Fight Superbugs (w/ Dr. Matt McCarthy) and What Dark Mode Does06/20/2019
    9:53
  18. 26.
    Superbugs and Antibiotic Resistance (w/ Dr. Matt McCarthy) and Third-Person Pep Talks06/19/2019
    8:11
  19. 27.
    Boost Productivity with a Potted Plant, Why Coffee Makes You Poop, and Nuclear Semiotics06/18/2019
    9:07
  20. 28.
    Overcoming the Incredible Power of Exclusion (w/ Vivian Zayas) and a One-Way Sound Device06/17/2019
    13:27
  21. 29.
    Difference Between 5G and 4G Networks (w/ Trace Dominguez) and Self-Repairing Batteries06/16/2019
    9:53
  22. 30.
    How to Push the Limits of Innovation06/15/2019
    17:16
  23. 31.
    Solar Sail Testing, Benefits of Debating Politics Online, and Tongue Map Mythbusting06/14/2019
    9:29
  24. 32.
    Wine Myths, The Case for Code-Switched Classes, and The Most Dangerous Tree in the World06/13/2019
    8:17
  25. 33.
    Hairy Ball Theorem, the Secret to Effective Practice, and Disposable Water Bottle Dangers06/12/2019
    8:06
  26. 34.
    Leaders Can Be Too Extroverted, The Cutest Age for a Puppy, and Goldbach’s Conjecture06/11/2019
    8:35
  27. 35.
    How Badly We Need to Feel Socially Connected (w/ Vivian Zayas) and Work Commute Tips06/10/2019
    10:27
  28. 36.
    Why Itches Spread, Ancient Vending Machine, and Not Realizing When Your Beliefs Change06/09/2019
    8:33
  29. 37.
    EMD and the Science Behind Today's — and Tomorrow's — Technology06/08/2019
    15:26
  30. 38.
    Personality Test Role-Playing Game, Antimatter Double-Slit Science, and Asexual Reproduction06/07/2019
    10:23
  31. 39.
    Life After Life Hacking (w/ Professor Joseph M. Reagle, Jr.) and White Hole Science06/06/2019
    10:02
  32. 40.
    New Laser Uses Sound Waves, Get Your Kids to Eat Veggies, and Better-Than-Average Effect06/05/2019
    8:26
  33. 41.
    Passion for Your Job Can Backfire, Ancient Greeks Knew Earth Was Round, and Hair in Food06/04/2019
    9:17
  34. 42.
    What Determines How Others See You (w/ Vivian Zayas) and Don’t Ask for Too Much Advice06/03/2019
    9:43
  35. 43.
    Ancient Cities Can Help Us Plan Modern Cities (w/ Monica L. Smith) and Where Light Goes06/02/2019
    8:27
  36. 44.
    Ingredients for New Friendships, Dark Matter Debate, and How to Make Decisions with Friends05/31/2019
    8:21
  37. 45.
    Drawbacks and Dangers of Life Hacking (w/ Joseph M. Reagle, Jr.) and Why Wet Fingers Prune05/30/2019
    9:43
  38. 46.
    What to Do if You Can’t Sleep, Diet Soda Weight Loss Myths, and Gold from Neutron Stars05/29/2019
    8:51
  39. 47.
    Space Sustainability Rating System, the Chameleon Effect, and How to Blow Your Nose05/28/2019
    9:13
  40. 48.
    Our Implicit Attitudes: New Research into Human Relationships (w/ Vivian Zayas)05/27/2019
    10:18
  41. 49.
    Modern and Ancient Cities Faced the Same Problems (w/ Monica L. Smith), Ear Dominance05/26/2019
    8:12
  42. 50.
    Smiling Can Make You Happier, Maybe Nobody Likes Black Coffee or Beer, and Entropy 10105/24/2019
    10:01
  43. 51.
    How to Tell What Life Hacks Are Worth Trying (w/ Joseph Reagle) and Microwaves for Cooling05/23/2019
    9:51
  44. 52.
    Reduce Arachnophobia with Spider-Man, Biggest Volcano Eruption Ever, and 100-Point Plan05/22/2019
    8:34
  45. 53.
    Drying Laundry to Make It Soft, Why Sad People Listen to Sad Music, and Fossilist Mary Anning05/21/2019
    9:09
  46. 54.
    Mentally Representing Our Relationships (w/ Vivian Zayas) and a Passion Pursuit Regimen05/20/2019
    9:29
  47. 55.
    Why Humans Built Cities in the First Place and What They Looked Like (w/ Monica L. Smith)05/19/2019
    8:52
  48. 56.
    Pill Colors Influence Their Effectiveness, Bizarre Quark-Gluon Plasma Traits, and CEO Hobbies05/17/2019
    10:06
  49. 57.
    Science’s Replication Crisis (w/ Joseph M. Reagle, Jr.) and Why Squinting Helps You See05/16/2019
    9:15
  50. 58.
    Birth Order Doesn’t Matter, Your Liver Grows and Shrinks Overnight, and Von Neumann Probes05/15/2019
    9:03
  51. 59.
    Why Smells Trigger Vivid Memories, Test Your Impostor Syndrome, and Trees Without Rings05/14/2019
    10:17
  52. 60.
    Finding Life on Eyeball Planets, Our Shrinking Collective Attention Span, and Deep Work Skills05/13/2019
    9:04
  53. 61.
    Mother’s Day Origins, How Poor Vision Survived Natural Selection, and Muon Facts05/12/2019
    9:01
  54. 62.
    Sickness Makes You Antisocial, Fruit Fly Facts (w/ Stephanie Mohr), and a Sting Pain Index05/10/2019
    10:08
  55. 63.
    Best Position for Sleep, Better Learning by Arguing, and Universal Language of Honey Bees05/09/2019
    8:03
  56. 64.
    Moviegoers Blink in Sync, Rain on the Sun, and Why Flamingos Stand on One Leg05/08/2019
    8:09
  57. 65.
    A Town Where Wireless Signals Are Banned, Why Fish Stink, and a Personality Health Test05/07/2019
    10:00
  58. 66.
    Medieval Dancing Plagues, Altruistic Indulgence, and Types of Human Species05/06/2019
    8:41
  59. 67.
    Analog and Digital Media Preservation (w/ Damon Krukowski) and the Wagon Wheel Illusion05/05/2019
    10:30
  60. 68.
    New Treatments via Fruit Flies (w/ Stephanie Mohr), South Atlantic Anomaly, White Wine Perks05/03/2019
    10:02
  61. 69.
    Weight Changes in Different Places, How Shoelaces Come Untied, and Longer Life Mentality05/02/2019
    8:21
  62. 70.
    Always Ask for a Deadline Extension, Leaded Gasoline, and What Makes Time Stand Still05/01/2019
    7:42
  63. 71.
    Avoid Productivity Pitfalls, The Bandwagon Effect, and How Holograms Are Becoming A Reality04/30/2019
    8:41
  64. 72.
    Meteorites Probably Don’t Land Hot, Break-Up Struggles, and Why Babies Hardly Ever Blink04/29/2019
    8:51
  65. 73.
    How Digital Audio Has Changed Listening (w/ Damon Krukowski) and How Much You Can Know04/28/2019
    10:25
  66. 74.
    How Fruit Flies Are Like Humans, (w/ Stephanie Mohr), Your Changing Personality, and Pennies04/26/2019
    9:54
  67. 75.
    Fresh, Canned, and Frozen Vegetable Nutrition, Staying in Bed for Science, and IQs on Iodine04/25/2019
    8:17
  68. 76.
    Achieve Goals with the 2-List Strategy, Temperature-Telling Crickets, and Lungs Make Blood04/24/2019
    6:40
  69. 77.
    NASA’s New Planet-Hunting Telescope, the Light Triad, and Where You Spend Your Time04/23/2019
    10:01
  70. 78.
    Never Wash Raw Chicken, Campaign for a 13-Month Calendar, and The Island of the Colorblind04/22/2019
    8:26
  71. 79.
    You’re Almost Entirely Empty Space, What Defines Seconds, and the Lyrid Meteor Shower04/21/2019
    8:36
  72. 80.
    Fruit Fly Research Essentials (w/ Stephanie Mohr) and Why Doctors Work Long Hours04/19/2019
    10:02
  73. 81.
    Einstein’s Greatest Regret, Why Icing an Injury May Not Help It Heal, and Extinction Memories04/18/2019
    8:50
  74. 82.
    What’s Next for Quantum Computers (w/ Chris Bernhardt) and How to Make Yourself Luckier04/17/2019
    10:02
  75. 83.
    Benefits of Audiobooks vs. Reading, Bad Earthworms, and Phineas Gage’s Freak Accident04/16/2019
    7:07
  76. 84.
    Conference Rooms Impair Your Mind, Get a “Toned” Look, and Overcome Friendship Jealousy04/15/2019
    9:24
  77. 85.
    Control Butterflies in Your Stomach, Numbers in Other Languages, and the Titanic’s Savior04/14/2019
    9:16
  78. 86.
    Black Hole Firewall Hypothesis, Polio Vaccine History, and Double Rainbow Science04/12/2019
    9:43
  79. 87.
    Why Older People Get Up Early, Why Hot Water Freezes Quickly, and Recapitulation Myths04/11/2019
    8:22
  80. 88.
    Quantum Computing 101: Qubits and Entanglement (w/ Professor Chris Bernhardt)04/10/2019
    9:50
  81. 89.
    How to Make Excuses and Keep Friends, Early Risers vs. Night People, and Escalator Science04/09/2019
    9:34
  82. 90.
    Using Black Holes as Fuel, How to Run on Top of Water, and Origins of the World-Famous04/08/2019
    7:40
  83. 91.
    Spoilers Don’t Spoil Stories, Why Some Colors Look Brighter, and Pre-Dinosaur Fossil Finds04/07/2019
    9:08
  84. 92.
    New Material Blocks Sound and Not Light, Task Switching to Boost Creativity, and Gamer Chimps04/05/2019
    8:45
  85. 93.
    The Reminiscence Bump, The Tetris Effect, and Why We Have Tree-Lined City Streets04/04/2019
    9:07
  86. 94.
    Human Networks Change How We Think (with Stanford Economist Matthew O. Jackson)04/03/2019
    8:45
  87. 95.
    It’s Always Safer to Vaccinate (w/ Virologist Paul Duprex) and How to Use Facts to Beat Beliefs04/02/2019
    9:21
  88. 96.
    New Curiosity Daily Host Chris Jericho Explains Science of Alkaline Water and Sharing Online04/01/2019
    8:31
  89. 97.
    Internet Addiction, Dust in Space (w/ Astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell), and Vacation Science03/31/2019
    10:05
  90. 98.
    Advancing Innovation with TE Connectivity and rFlight (Special Episode)03/30/2019
    24:00
  91. 99.
    “Breaking the Seal” Myths, Dine Under the Sea in the Maldives, and Tardigrade Superpowers03/29/2019
    10:03
  92. 100.
    How to Communicate About Science (w/ 3M’s Jayshree Seth) and Get Out of a Creative Rut03/28/2019
    9:29
  93. 101.
    3M’s 2019 State of Science Index (w/ Jayshree Seth) and How You Can Name Jupiter’s Moons03/27/2019
    10:04
  94. 102.
    The Four Predictors of Divorce, Why You Love Being Part of a Crowd, and Types of Loneliness03/26/2019
    8:57
  95. 103.
    You’d Probably Survive A Plane Crash, Why People Still Fax, and How Spleens Can Multiply03/25/2019
    9:27
  96. 104.
    The Active Learning Initiative Is Transforming Education (Julia Thom-Levy, Cornell University)03/24/2019
    10:05
  97. 105.
    A Diet That’s Good for You and the World, Milk Temperatures, and the False-Consensus Effect03/22/2019
    10:04
  98. 106.
    How Babies Handle Vaccines (w/ Paul Duprex), Sniffing Is Contagious, and Albino Ghost Trees03/21/2019
    9:58
  99. 107.
    Equinox and Solstice Science, Foreign Accent Syndrome, and an 80-Year Harvard Study03/20/2019
    7:33
  100. 108.
    Metabolic Window Myths, Egg Entropy (w/ Ralph Crewe from SNaQ), and What’s in Tattoo Ink03/19/2019
    10:06
  101. 109.
    Human Bones on the Red Market (w/ Brian Switek), Stop Venting Anger, and Asparagus Pee03/18/2019
    9:06
  102. 110.
    Why Hangovers Get Worse, How Quickly You’d Age at Light Speed, and Upright Neanderthals03/17/2019
    7:36
  103. 111.
    Why Pockets Are Rare in Women’s Clothes, Why Earth Twinkles, and Where Life Originated03/15/2019
    8:53
  104. 112.
    “What Is Life?” with Carl Zimmer, Why You Always Have Room for Dessert, and Learning Myths03/14/2019
    9:17
  105. 113.
    Myths About Your Vision, What Your Dog’s “Guilty” Look Really Means, and the Gaokao Exam03/13/2019
    7:54
  106. 114.
    How Vaccines in Africa Protect Everyone in the World (w/ Paul Duprex), and Semantic Satiation03/12/2019
    9:43
  107. 115.
    Space Race Stories (w/ Dr. David Warmflash), Why Produce Sparks, and a 1-3-5 To-Do List03/11/2019
    9:53
  108. 116.
    Bike Balancing, How Big Data Knows What You Like, and Millions of Copper Needles in Space03/10/2019
    9:13
  109. 117.
    Why Your Muscles Are Sore After Workouts, Daylight Saving Time Myths, and Taj Mahal History03/08/2019
    8:14
  110. 118.
    Carl Zimmer on What’s “In Your Genes,” Nudge Theory, and Post-Apocalyptic Cockroach Myths03/07/2019
    9:05
  111. 119.
    How Music Affects Your Work, Damage from Muffled Hearing, and Earth’s Gigantic Atmosphere03/06/2019
    8:43
  112. 120.
    Natural vs. Artificial Ingredients, Why the Return Trip Feels Shorter, and Africa Splitting in Half03/05/2019
    7:52
  113. 121.
    Craving Healthy Foods, What Grew Astronomy (w/ Dr. David Warmflash), $1 Million Math Problems03/04/2019
    8:36
  114. 122.
    Limitations of Science, Top Jobs for Psychopaths, and How Long It Takes to Make a Friend03/03/2019
    9:10
  115. 123.
    Breathing Trick to Fall Asleep Faster, Wisdom Teeth Removal Revelations, and Lise Meitner03/01/2019
    6:27
  116. 124.
    Fountain of Youth Bacteria, Temperatures Making You Spend Money, and New Skills in 5 Hours02/28/2019
    8:01
  117. 125.
    Communicate Using Simple Noises, Find Your House on Pangaea, and Kepler’s Legacy02/27/2019
    9:24
  118. 126.
    Preserving Old Book Smells, Reacting Before Noticing, and Humans from Outer Space02/26/2019
    9:04
  119. 127.
    Narcissism Lessons, The War-Stopping Eclipse (w/ Dr. David Warmflash), and Toothed Tumors02/25/2019
    9:06
  120. 128.
    Writer’s Block Solutions, Life on Europa (w/ SNaQ’s Ralph Crewe), and Why We Wear Pants02/24/2019
    10:05
  121. 129.
    How to Form New Habits, Evolution on Why Love Is Blind, and Pinks in Your Sinks02/22/2019
    8:37
  122. 130.
    How to Perform Under Pressure, Physiology of Staying Warm, and Psychology of Circles02/21/2019
    7:10
  123. 131.
    A New Robot Can Imagine Itself, Williams Syndrome, and The Great Compression02/20/2019
    8:31
  124. 132.
    Elastic Thinking (w/ Leonard Mlodinow), How People Judge You, and Your Time Perspective02/19/2019
    9:17
  125. 133.
    Saros Cycles (w/ Dr. David Warmflash), the Eiffel Tower’s Secret, and Announcing Alien Life02/18/2019
    8:11
  126. 134.
    How RNA Reads DNA (w/ SNaQ’s Ralph Crewe), How Envy Can Be Good, and Coriolis Effect02/17/2019
    8:22
  127. 135.
    New Algorithm Can Turn Thoughts Into Speech, Airplane Seat Belts, and the 40 Percent Rule02/15/2019
    7:25
  128. 136.
    A Romantic Way to Beat Stress, the Priest Behind the Big Bang Theory, and the Ivy Lee Method02/14/2019
    7:04
  129. 137.
    How Time Can Flow Backward, Why Poisonous Pufferfish Are Delicious, and Undersea Cables02/13/2019
    9:29
  130. 138.
    Parsecs, the Difference Between Weather and Climate, and Scandinavian Life Philosophies02/12/2019
    8:28
  131. 139.
    Best Ways to Overcome Challenges, What Your Appendix Does, and How You Use Information02/11/2019
    8:48
  132. 140.
    Too Much Sleep Can Be Harmful, Why You Can’t Tickle Yourself, and Black Hole Light Echoes02/10/2019
    8:05
  133. 141.
    Hubble Telescope Photobomb, Why Alcohol Burns, and Why Your Cat Puts Its Butt In Your Face02/08/2019
    8:40
  134. 142.
    How to Look Good in Photos, Trojan Asteroids, and a Technique to Avoid Stress and Stay Calm02/07/2019
    8:42
  135. 143.
    What No-Kill Animal Shelters Really Mean, Having vs. Making Money, and Replacing Your Cells02/06/2019
    8:43
  136. 144.
    Quitting Is Underrated, Most-Googled Scientific Misconceptions, and Starquakes in the Universe02/05/2019
    8:55
  137. 145.
    What Wind Chill Really Means, Learning Skills Faster with a Workout, and the Hypatia Stone02/04/2019
    8:43
  138. 146.
    Specific Words to Use to Get What You Want (w/ Stella Grizont) and Tweeting Feelings02/03/2019
    10:38
  139. 147.
    Win Debates by Beating the Gish Gallop, Improve Your VO2max, and 8 Years of Déjà Vu02/01/2019
    8:13
  140. 148.
    How to Advocate For Yourself (w/ Stella Grizont), Black Hole Travel Possible, and Fossil Licking01/31/2019
    10:04
  141. 149.
    The Best Time to Break Bad News, Overcome Loss Aversion, and Coin Tosses Aren’t Random01/30/2019
    8:58
  142. 150.
    Measure Your Mindfulness, Male vs. Female Pain, and Why the Laws of Physics May Be Aliens01/29/2019
    8:50
  143. 151.
    Bacteria May Save You From the Flu, Red Steak Juice Isn’t Blood, and the Future of Encryption01/28/2019
    8:22
  144. 152.
    How to Change Your Personality, Why You Jerk Awake While Falling Asleep, and Ainu History01/27/2019
    9:29
  145. 153.
    Why Uranus Is Sideways, What Blinking Means, and “The Blood Countess”01/25/2019
    8:59
  146. 154.
    How to Improve Your Self-Control, Why You Shouldn’t Touch Your Plants, and Firehawk Raptors01/24/2019
    8:34
  147. 155.
    Become A CRISPR Connoisseur (w/ Synthego), Up-and-Coming Batteries, and Microsleep01/23/2019
    8:19
  148. 156.
    Wash Your Towels and Sheets More Often, Immortality’s Math Problem, and Australia’s Pink Lakes01/22/2019
    7:49
  149. 157.
    The Phantom Time Hypothesis, Cybersecurity Tips, and New Schizophrenia Revelations01/21/2019
    8:46
  150. 158.
    Are Women Colder Than Men? Plus: The Worst Year to Be Alive, and Heart Cancer Rarity01/20/2019
    9:03
  151. 159.
    You Can’t Taste a Drink’s Strength, Soda Can Explosion Taps, and Our Galaxy’s Weird Planets01/18/2019
    9:46
  152. 160.
    Achieve Goals with the Pareto Principle, How to Think Creatively, and a Simple Sleep Fix01/17/2019
    8:57
  153. 161.
    What to Tell Friends During a Crisis, the Deep Carbon Observatory, and Gravitational Lensing01/16/2019
    7:23
  154. 162.
    You Can’t (and Shouldn’t) Boost Your Immune System, Pupil Shapes, and CES 2019 Recap01/15/2019
    9:56
  155. 163.
    Get More Done with Timeboxing, Self-Created Peer Pressure, and the Pitch Drop Experiment01/14/2019
    7:48
  156. 164.
    Long Lines Are Good, Supernova Archaeology, Key Lime Pie History, and Pain Memory01/13/2019
    9:39
  157. 165.
    Andros’ Unexplored Blue Holes, Folie à Deux, and How Your Brain Treats Curiosity Like Hunger01/11/2019
    8:36
  158. 166.
    Exercising at Night Won’t Mess with Your Sleep, Tonka Beans, and Non-Genome -Omes01/10/2019
    7:30
  159. 167.
    Your Wounds Heal Faster in the Daytime, Only Tame Foxes on Earth, and the Peter Principle01/09/2019
    9:42
  160. 168.
    A Trick for Being Taken More Seriously, Messy Office Traits, and Human Domestication01/08/2019
    9:34
  161. 169.
    Overcome Learned Helplessness, Teach Your Kids How to Apologize, and Macrophage Attacks01/07/2019
    8:52
  162. 170.
    Why You’d Choose Your Biases Over Money, Coldest Inhabited Place on Earth, and Dark Fluid01/06/2019
    10:05
  163. 171.
    Become an Early Riser, How Temperature Affects Sound, and Do We See the Same Colors?01/04/2019
    7:46
  164. 172.
    Working from Home FTW, Changing Narratives to Overcome Challenges, and Triple Point Chemistry01/03/2019
    7:10
  165. 173.
    Choice Blindness, Maintaining Habits and Achieving Goals, and Don’t Give Up If Your Diet Fails01/02/2019
    7:47
  166. 174.
    Exercise Extravaganza: How to Stretch, Running to Help Your Knees, and Gym Class Myths01/01/2019
    9:56
  167. 175.
    Beating Procrastination, Sand Science (w/ Vince Beiser), and How to Use Your Vacation Days12/31/2018
    7:52
  168. 176.
    How Humans Can Outsmart AI (w/ Unanimous AI), Pre-Big Bang Existence, and Beating Procrastination12/30/2018
    9:41
  169. 177.
    Incredible Benefits of Leaving Your Phone Out of Your Bedroom, Stopping Time, and “The Goblin” Dwarf Planet12/28/2018
    8:45
  170. 178.
    Hand and Eye Dominance Causes, Real vs. Fake Laughter, and Video Games for Teaching Empathy12/27/2018
    8:19
  171. 179.
    Batch Tasks Instead of Multitasking, Mark Twain’s Procrastination Cure, and Diner Origins12/26/2018
    7:41
  172. 180.
    You Like Talking to Strangers, NASA’s Golden Record, and Your Actual Friend Limit12/25/2018
    7:41
  173. 181.
    What “Pavlovian” Really Means, Wisconsin’s Ultimate Tourist Trap, and Why Cats Love Boxes12/24/2018
    8:05
  174. 182.
    Christmas Music Psychology, Rain Smell Science, Crocodile Paradox, and Pitching the NSF12/23/2018
    9:54
  175. 183.
    The Most Influential Film Ever, Your Memory on Riding A Bike, and Mistletoe’s Poisonous Roots12/21/2018
    10:00
  176. 184.
    Narwhal Adoption Mystery, Île Sainte-Marie’s Pirate Cemetery, and Solving the Candle Problem12/20/2018
    7:22
  177. 185.
    You Believe Your Own Lies Very Quickly, How Dogs Understand Human Speech, and Where to See the Ursids12/19/2018
    7:19
  178. 186.
    Voice Changes When You’re Charmed, Work Motivation Types, and Gin and Tonic Curing Malaria12/18/2018
    7:58
  179. 187.
    Gene Editing with CRISPR and GMOs (w/ Synthego), Fast Radio Bursts, and Angel’s Trumpet12/17/2018
    9:39
  180. 188.
    Donut-Shaped Planets, Hot Aluminum Foil, Why Fish Wiggle, and A Woman Who Can’t Feel Fear12/16/2018
    10:05
  181. 189.
    Science-Based Tips for Better Meetings, Dinosaur Mythbusting, and Staying Awake for 11 Days12/14/2018
    9:54
  182. 190.
    The Problem With Making Sand (w/ Vince Beiser), Happiest Spouses, and How Pyramids Were Built12/13/2018
    8:54
  183. 191.
    How to Take A Compliment, Learn Anything in Four Steps, and Design a New Arecibo Message12/12/2018
    8:10
  184. 192.
    Jet Lag Is Worse When You Travel East, Earth’s Wandering Poles, and Geminid Meteor Shower12/11/2018
    8:39
  185. 193.
    Kickstart Your Memory with the Jennifer Aniston Neuron, Black Hole Pictures, and Increasing Human Lifespans12/10/2018
    8:58
  186. 194.
    Why Humans Are Symmetrical, Fish Electrocution Physics, A Misplaced Equator Theme Park, and Silent Places12/09/2018
    10:05
  187. 195.
    Be Brave Using the Science of Vulnerability, Boost Productivity with Fika, and Burn Calories via the Afterburn Effect12/07/2018
    7:59
  188. 196.
    Meteorite Hunting with The Aquarius Project, Roommate Drama In Space, and Language Based On Senses12/06/2018
    10:05
  189. 197.
    You Can Learn and Unlearn Emotions, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, and Loveland Castle’s Weird History12/05/2018
    8:14
  190. 198.
    See if You’re a Covert Narcissist, Michelson-Morley Experiment, and The Monty Hall Problem12/04/2018
    8:56
  191. 199.
    How Asteroids Can Have Rings, Spiders That Nurse Their Young, and “Lord of the Forest” Tāne Mahuta12/03/2018
    7:15
  192. 200.
    Why Everything Takes Longer Than You Think, Storm-Predicting Joints, Barber Pole Origins, and Mary Toft12/02/2018
    10:05

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