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There are 2038 episodes in the Fact topic.

These are the latest episodes from the Fact topic added to soundcarrot, but be careful, many of these are serialised shows so jumping in at episode 10, for example, could confuse matters.

We'd recommend starting with the first episode of your show of choice, and if you like it, listening from there.

Why do older people get wrinkles?
00:04:36 | October 6th, 2022

Happy Derm Week! It’s an epidermis extravaganza! Every episode this week helps you learn about the skin you’re in. Today’s question is “Why do older people get wrinkles?”. We asked dermatologist Elizabeth Farhat to help us find the answer.

E226: Peanuts
00:20:51 |Episode: 226 | October 6th, 2022

Can you figure out who’s lying about peanuts?

Why does it sting when salt gets in a cut?
00:04:04 | October 5th, 2022

Happy Derm Week! It’s an epidermis extravaganza! Every episode this week helps you learn about the skin you’re in. Today’s question is “Why does it sting when salt gets in a cut?” We asked Dr. Jonathan Dickman to help us find the answer.

Chien-Shiung Wu: Physicist (10/5/22)
00:23:11 |Episode: 54 | October 5th, 2022

Meet Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu, one of the world’s most influential physicists WHO was also known as the “First Lady of Physics.” She stunned her mentors and colleagues with her discoveries, especially WHEN she disproved a law of nature and helped with a secret government nuclear project to bring an end to World War II. Join host Rebecca Sheir as we meet this brilliant scientist who uncovered so much WOW in our world. Then, head to whowhenwow.com for activities based on this episode! Originally aired 10/27/21.

Why is it bad luck to open an Umbrella indoors?
00:15:08 |Episode: 309 | October 5th, 2022

Hi! It’s the Trusty Narrator!

Did the Brontosaurus really exist?
00:32:01 | October 4th, 2022

Today’s episode is all about one of the most dynamite dinosaurs, the Brontosaurus! This long-necked icon has been featured in books, cartoons, movies, and even logos. But did the Brontosaurus really exist in the first place? We’ll dig into that question and uncover the history of Brontosaurus with science writer and bronto-enthusiast Riley Black. We’ll also learn about taxonomy from a ghost and catch up with Mr. Bone Jangles. Plus, a new mystery sound to discover!

Is our skin waterproof?
00:04:06 | October 4th, 2022

Happy Derm Week! It’s an epidermis extravaganza! Every episode this week helps you learn about the skin you’re in. Now, if we go swimming, or take a shower, or get caught in the rain, we definitely get wet. But we don’t seem to absorb that water inside of our body unless we drink it! So does that mean our skin is waterproof? One listener had this question, so we reached out to dermatologist Elizabeth Farhat to help us find the answer.




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