Podcasts about: Thinking

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Becoming Mother Nature

When Chloe is sent off to live with her mysterious and eccentric grandmother she learns an unbelievable secret. Grandma Ivy is none other than Mother Nature herself! And Chloe is next in line to assume to the power and responsibility of the job. Can a twelve-year old learn to balance the entire world’s ecosystem while just trying to fit in at her new school? Only Mother Nature knows.

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There are 1446 episodes in the Thinking topic.

These are the latest episodes from the Thinking 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.

Come see Brains On live!!!
00:01:13 | June 2nd, 2023

Molly, Marc and Sanden are hitting the road to perform the show Your Brain is Magic in Portland on June 17th and Seattle on June 18th. Plus, we'll be in Pasadena on June 25th celebrating our 10th birthday. Tickets for all events are at brainson.org/events – hope to see you there!

Why is social media so addictive?
19:51 | Episode: 208 | June 2nd, 2023

Why do people spend so much time on social media? But Why answers kids’ questions about social media and screen time and we learn about how to be a good citizen online with Devorah Heitner, author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World and Growing Up In Public: Coming of Age in a Digital World, coming in September.

Why do beavers have tails?
00:06:40 | June 2nd, 2023

Quick! Imagine a beaver. Did you picture a furry, water-loving creature with long teeth and a pancake-flat tail? Us, too! A beaver’s thick, wide tail is one of its most iconic features, but why does it have one? We asked naturalist and science communicator Lucy Lapwing to help us find the answer.

Why is “junk food” so yummy and what’s up with that term?
00:06:02 | June 1st, 2023

“Junk food” is a term you might have heard before that refers to foods that have a lot of calories but not much nutritional value – like cookies, candy and chips. But why does food that is often referred to as “junk” taste anything like junk, and what’s up with that term anyway? We asked registered dietitian Eva Haldis to help us find the answer.

How do baby frogs jump so high?
00:04:38 | May 31st, 2023

Human babies are born not knowing how to do a whole lot, besides eating, crying and pooping. But frog babies are born with a special power – they can jump really high! So how do they do it? We asked naturalist Lucy Lapwing to help us find the answer.

How do people predict the weather?
00:04:54 | May 29th, 2023

Weather forecasts can be super helpful. They can tell you how to dress for the day, whether to bring an umbrella to the park or if you’ll need extra sunscreen for your beach day! But how on Earth do the people who predict the weather know how to work their magic? We asked meteorologist Alan Sealls to help us find the answer.

Olivia asks: What if Alabaster Zero got sent to What Is World?
00:20:12 | Season: 7 | Episode: 81 | May 29th, 2023

When a stray spell from a frustrated fairy flings Alabaster into the real world, he’ll have to finally take responsibility for his own actions! Will he learn to take his job seriously, or will he be stuck at Mr. Eric’s house forever?

How do cows make milk ?
00:04:48 | May 26th, 2023

Got milk? Cows sure do! Baby cows drink 10% of their body weight in milk everyday! That means some babies are guzzling more than a gallon of milk per day. But how do mama cows make it? We asked animal expert Courney Daigle to help us find the answer.   

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