Podcasts about: Thinking

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Why do we need toes?
00:06:17 | February 26th, 2024

Toes! They’re short and chunky, sometimes smell funky… but without them, we’d be toe-tally out of luck! We asked evolutionary anthropologist Darcy Shapiro to walk us through why we have toes, and what they help us do!

G&G 30: What if cats could be Astronauts? (w/ Steph & Phil)
00:24:28 | Season: 8 | Episode: 310 | February 26th, 2024

Steph of TTRPG Kids and Phil of Kid Stories Podcast adventure in Dogopolis as DAK the delivery robot and Tillo the armadillo dust wizard. Sniff the Cat tells them that Dogzilla is coming, and the adventurers must figure out what to do! Some old friends may help along the way…

Can snowstorms have thunder?
32:49 | Episode: 227 | February 23rd, 2024

How is snow made and what’s it made out of?  Why is it white and sparkly?  Why do snowflakes look different? Can snowstorms have thunder? Why do some places, like mountains, get more snow than others? Answers to all of your questions about snow, with Seth Linden, who works for the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. Plus we hear what it’s like to live at the top of Mount Washington, famous for its extreme weather, from Alexandra Branton, a meteorologist who works at the observatory at the top of the mountain, even during the frigid winter.

Where do carrot seeds come from?
00:05:36 | February 23rd, 2024

Carrots are a delicious, crunchy snack. But unlike other vegetables, carrots don’t have seeds inside. So how do farmers grow them?  We asked plant scientist Jeff Mitchell to help us get to the root of the matter.  

Vacuums vs. Lawn Mowers: a tidy debate
00:33:52 | February 22nd, 2024

Today’s debate is a match between two mean cleaning machines. One is a weekend cut up, while the other is a buster of dust! It’s vacuums vs. lawn mowers! We’ve got producer Matt Alvarez ready to blow his opponent away for team Vacuums! And comedian, writer, and actor Andy Hilbrands is here to slice through the competition for team Lawn Mowers! Vote below for the team YOU think won!

Do cockroaches have hearts?
00:04:36 | February 21st, 2024

Our hearts are strong muscles that pump blood all through our bodies. But do hearts look the same in different animals? What about a tiger, or a lizard, or…a cockroach? Do cockroaches even have hearts? ? We asked urban bug expert Dr. Jody Green to help us find the answer.

How deep does the sand go on the beach?
00:25:27 | February 20th, 2024

Sand! We use it to make all kinds of things, from spectacular sandcastles to roads and bridges. But where does it come from? And why is the sand on so many beaches disappearing?

Why are some people lactose intolerant?
00:05:33 | February 19th, 2024

Say cheese! But if you’re lactose intolerant maybe don’t eat it? Cuz any kind of milk based food will probably give you a tummy-ache! But why? We asked pediatrician Dr. Anjuli Gans why some people are lactose intolerant… and she helped us understand what it is and why it happens.

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