In Episode 73 of Florida Men: The cops gotta catch em all, Florida Man tried to break into a Buddhist temple, then things got weird, a Florida gator turns into a makeshift speed bump,
In early 1973, the militant civil rights group the American Indian Movement (AIM) takes control of the town of Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. The action launches a
This week’s minisode is a compilation of hometowns that feature infamous serial killers.
On this, the fourteenth part of our Creepypasta series, we cover stories of deception, woe, human and the love shared between a woman and a cryptid atop the Sears Tower. Go to Frameb
It may surprise you to know that there are more than 180 confirmed impact craters on our planet. It is likely that many more have been erased by the actions of wind and water. An asteroid smashing int
India's headed to the Moon, though their launch was delayed after we recorded this episode.
Animated Video of Artemis 1 Launch, Heat Shield for Artemis 2 Mission Arrives at Kennedy Space Center and more ...
Statistically, asteroid hunters are thought to have discovered 90 to 95% of the Earth approaching asteroids larger than about 3,000 feet in diameter. There are thought to be at least 50 more out there
Weird news of the week with Bryce, Justin, and like it always is! Neuralink is about to finally announce what they do. An infestation in Florida. Naruto running to save ET. A remote i
Aishling Muller on inner journeys fueling creativity, shifting and deepening life, meaningful world travels, pretentious hardware, documenting evolution of self, and in the exclusive extension for pat
This podcast is about the targeting and caging of Ross Ulbrict.This episode of Railroaded starts with chapter 13 and goes to Chapter 114This will reveal informati
Rich Sanders, cofounder and chief security officer of CipherBlade, and Harry Denley, director of security of MyCrypto.com, discuss the phone porting phenomenon: who's behind these thefts, how they per
Trump takes to Twitter to bash Libra and bitcoin. Steve and Ethan expand on the ever present question, what is money? PayFast unhappens bitcoin support. Steve gives a brief history of Lite coin and ho
My first time in Seattle was made better by having an amazing opportunity to talk to the local Blockchain community about my work in music, activism, and crytpo. My friend Arry Yu and I sit down to ta
We are in the midst of some of the most significant scientific breakthroughs since Norman Borlaug's Green Revolution of the 1940s. Just as his innovative approach to crop science saved billions of liv
Nikola is a keynote speaker and futurist, tech philosopher, vegan and the host of one of the top tech futurism and ethics podcasts where he's interviewed 200
Quantum mechanics – and its eerie Many Worlds interpretation – are explored in terms that both poets & physicists can appreciate.
Paul Root is the Raymond F. Schinazi Distinguished Research Chair in Jewish Bioethics, a Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, and Biological