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Stuff You Should Know

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Is brain size related to intelligence? How does grass work? Join Josh and Chuck as they explore the Stuff You Should Know about everything from genes to the Galapagos in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.

Customer Reviews

Very interesting.....

Who knew?? I found these podcasts to be very interesting and informative. It's refreshing to know that there are people out there who care enough to inform us of interesting facts that fuel our brains rather than the typical trash that floods us daily. Does anybody really care which celebrity went into rehab this week? This makes for much more interesting conversation around the "water cooler". Not to mention that it makes you sound smart :) Keep up the good work!

Great Podcast, stupid comments/listeners/reviews

Seriously, I'm annoyed at some of the comments and listeners posting here. First of all, if you really "want to learn" something, turn off your Ipod and pick up a book or do your own research. No, wikipedia doesn't count either. This Podcast is meant merely for entertainment purposes and to get your mind thinking, and perhaps get you to go to their website and read their articles on the subjects they're discussing. The chemistry between the 2 hosts is pretty good, and makes it fun to listen too, as if it's two friends shootin the breeze. While I do respect people's opinions of disliking this podcast (hey, we're all diff, right?), some of the reasons are unfounded. It's not supposed to be super in-depth research, how boring would that be? Apparently, the sarcastic segways and comments/jokes are lost on most people. Oh, and add in intelligent vocab, and you've lost 85% of iTunes users. This is a great podcast compared to all the crap out there on iTunes; just too bad the average listener is too stupid or devoid of a sense of humor to "get" the content, and instead leave stupid, inaccurate comments with bad grammar.

Interesting

I disagree with the comment above. These topics are interesting, and it's not because I'm old. These people talk about serious topics but in a way that is easliy digestible and entertaining. I like it-- keep up the good work!

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