Podcast: Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Join Holly and Tracy as they bring you the greatest and strangest Stuff You Missed In History Class in this podcast by HowStuffWorks.com.
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Well-planned landfills have only recently come into widespread use. Recently, waste managers have found that they work a little too well and now the landfill is being reinvented.
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SYSK Selects: How Landfills Work, iHeartRadio
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Essential oils are from plants and they can help the human body in a lot of ways. There are also many false medical claims. Learn all the ins and outs today.
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Essential Oils: Nature's Cure?, iHeartRadio
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You know the at symbol? This thing: @? There’s a name for it, just not in English. We just call it the at symbol. But other countries – stand back!
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Short Stuff: The @ Symbol, iHeartRadio
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The KGB was the notorious strong arm of the Kremlin. Run afoul and you died. Learn all about them today.
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What was the KGB?, iHeartRadio
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Guessing is a weird thing. For millennia, it could have meant the difference between life and death. Now it's not as vital, but we still do it every day, whether behind the wheel of a car, or judging what another person might be feeling. In this classic episode, learn everything we know about the brain and how it manages this odd, very human act.
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SYSK Selects: All We Know About Guessing, iHeartRadio
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There is maybe nothing that sounds more boring than hearing two people talk about soil, but friend, prepare to be amazed at the details of what makes this amazing substance the life blood of Earth itself!
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Oh Yes, How Soil Works, iHeartRadio
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Why are some words funnier than others? Well, one man has sought to figure that out. We'll tell you all about him and his project in today's episode.
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Short Stuff: The Science of Funny Words, iHeartRadio
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Researchers have noticed that as incidence of anger increases so too has teeth grinding, known clinically as bruxism. That’s a problem because when people grind their teeth, especially when they’re sleeping, they can wear them down to nubs.
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Bruxism: Grinding Your Teeth Is the Pits, iHeartRadio
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There is a lot – A LOT – to juggling and Chuck and Josh go over the lion’s share of it in this classic episode. Delve into the deep history, physics, how-tos and different types of juggling in this surprisingly sweeping look at a putatively innocuous pastime.
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SYSK Selects: Juggling: What the Heck, iHeartRadio
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Matcha is something else, healthy and delicious and all the rage. Learn all about this trendy beverage today.
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Matcha: That Ain't Just Tea, iHeartRadio
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A gaggle of geese. A murder of crows. Nouns of assemblage are awesome and we talk about them for about 12 minutes in today's Short Stuff installment.
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Short Stuff: Nouns of assemblage... assemble! , iHeartRadio
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Sure you know all about ultrasound. You can see pictures of little babies right there cozy in the womb just by waving a magic plastic stick over the mom’s tummy. And magic is basically right. Believe us.
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How Ultrasound Works, iHeartRadio
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People often ask us how we do our research. We're not going to disclose all of our secrets, but we'll give you some tips on how to root out the bad studies from the good ones. Learn all about shady studies and reporting in this classic episode!
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SYSK Selects: Research tips from SYSK, iHeartRadio
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The Manhattan Grid, iHeartRadio
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Haint Blue is a kind of robin's egg color that you might commonly find on porches of the low country of the Southeastern United States. But what does it have to do with ghouls and ghosts? Listen and learn!
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Short Stuff: Haint Blue, iHeartRadio
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The Seven Countries Study was a fairly impressive, long-term study on the effects of fat in our diet, among other things. But it was very flawed and launched the misguided "War on fat." Learn all about today, then make up your own mind.
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The War on Fat: The Seven Countries Study, iHeartRadio
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HowStuffWorksadded an audiobook to the bookshelfPodcast: Stuff You Missed in History Classlast month
Who first decided that it would be a great idea to shoot flame at other people from a distance? Josh and Chuck talk about the (very) early origins, history and technology of the flamethrower in this classic episode.
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SYSK Selects: How Flamethrowers Work, iHeartRadio
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There’s a persistent insistence that you can ingest a tapeworm and as the parasite hijacks a lot of the calories you eat, the pounds will fall right off. In theory this could be true, but it’s also extremely dangerous. And has anyone ever really done it?
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Can You Eat A Tapeworm To Lose Weight?, iHeartRadio
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Foie gras means “fatty liver” in French, which makes sense because it’s made from the overripe livers of force-fed ducks and geese.
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Short Stuff: Foie Gras, iHeartRadio
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HowStuffWorksadded an audiobook to the bookshelfPodcast: Stuff You Missed in History Classlast month
In yet another testament to how amazingly great the 70s were, in 1975 the US started a program that tried to harness the powers of clairvoyance to remotely spy on the Soviet Union. Since clairvoyance doesn’t seem to exist, it wasn’t super successful.
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How Project Star Gate Worked, iHeartRadio
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