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The Industrial Revolution Almost Started During The Time of Jesus Christ

4/19/2018
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Modern daily life looks vastly different than daily life a few hundred years ago. Electricity, telecommunication, automobiles all define our existence, and it's all due to the industrial revolution that did away with the common agrarian lifestyle. But the scientific principles discovered and developed during this time could have been discovered at any time in human history since science doesn't change. So what if the same innovations had happened centuries earlier? Explore a theoritcal "what...

Duration:00:16:47

Playing Tetris Can Help Cure A Lazy-Eye

4/3/2018
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This episode is all about eyes, with a plethora of random facts about vision. And while I do go off on many tangents as I am wont to do, the one that I found most interesting is the fact that video games can treat certain vision impairments such as amblyopia, or a lazy eye. Really, any excuse to play more video games works for me. Host - Michael Rainey - https://twitter.com/raineymichaelv To see more of what Storyteller Entertainment has to offer, head to our website:...

Duration:00:18:05

Scientists Are Bringing Back The Woolly Mammoth To Save The World

3/6/2018
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As our understanding of genetics grows every year we have accomplished some remarkable achievements, including bringing back extinct animals. Scientists at Harvard are now looking to do the same thing with Woolly Mammoths as these creatures might be crucial in the effort to stop global warming. To see more of what Storyteller Entertainment has to offer, head to our website: https://www.storytellerentertainment.co For questions, comments, or business inquiries email us at...

Duration:00:17:40

Canada Is At War With Denmark, But It's The Friendliest War Ever

2/21/2018
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You may be fascinated by solar and lunar eclipses because humans have been fascinated by these events for as long as they have occurred. But everything in the universe eventually has an end, as the moon moves further and further away from our planet, the eclipses will one day be a thing of the past. To see more of what Storyteller Entertainment has to offer, head to our website: https://www.storytellerentertainment.co For questions, comments, or business inquiries email us at...

Duration:00:16:02

The Moon Is Leaving The Earth

2/6/2018
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You may be fascinated by solar and lunar eclipses because humans have been fascinated by these events for as long as they have occurred. But everything in the universe eventually has an end, as the moon moves further and further away from our planet, the eclipses will one day be a thing of the past. Follow Storyteller Entertainment on Twitter to follow all our podcasts: https://twitter.com/storyteller_ent For questions, comments, or business inquiries email us at...

Duration:00:17:13

Cavemen Only Created Civilization Because They Loved Alcohol

1/23/2018
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Many of us enjoy a cold brew at the end of a long day, but did you know that alcohol is actually the cornerstone of our entire civilization. Our entire modern society would never have happened without beer ... so I hope you're enjoying that six pack. Pull up a stool and listen as I explain why liquor was so important to prehistoric mankind. Follow Storyteller Entertainment on Twitter to follow all our podcasts: https://twitter.com/storyteller_ent For questions, comments, or business...

Duration:00:20:44

Only 8% of New Year's Resolutions Are Kept; Here's How To Beat The Odds

1/9/2018
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Another year goes by and we all try to better ourselves for the new year. But are we doomed to fail? The odds might be against you, but that's only because you haven't heard the science behind resolutions yet. Listen to this episode for advice from psychologists on how to keep your resolutions. Follow Storyteller Entertainment on Twitter to follow all our podcasts: https://twitter.com/storyteller_ent For questions, comments, or business inquiries email us at...

Duration:00:14:57

Humans are part fish, and that's why we hiccup

1/9/2018
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Humans are part fish, and that's why we hiccup. It may sound crazy, but we explore the theories of how fish making the transition to amphibian still affect us today and the long road of human evolution that hits the occasional pothole. Follow Storyteller Entertainment on Twitter to follow all our podcasts: https://twitter.com/storyteller_ent For questions, comments, or business inquiries email us at podcasts@storytellerentertainment.co

Duration:00:18:51

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