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BBC World Service

Explorations in the world of science.


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  • I happened to listen to this podcast about the primitive, cannibalistic RCC (Roman Catholic Corporation) Injustices on the SCOTUS overturned Roe. This backward group of theocrats wants to drag America back 250 years to the dark ages of slavery and patriarchy. So Ms. Rubenstein this is not just an intellectual fis agreement between science and religion but a life and death struggle between the forces of light and knowledge (science) and superstition and darkness (religion). This court pretends o... more

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  • Really? You have an entire hour to bring science stories and this is the turd you dreamed up... Come on guys. Total rubbish

    Marc Watt
    2 months ago
  • Very well done.

    For me, I love the tone of this series of episodes. Great information put forward by folks who are obviously well educated on the topics, and who are serious people but the show doesn’t feel overly serious - feels fun and informative but doesn’t make ya feel preached at or lectured too. Kudos to the narrator(s). It can’t be an easy task to find the tone they achieve here so I sincerely appreciate what they have created. more

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    5 months ago
  • Interesting and well presented

    Great podcasts

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Discovery launched 14 years ago and published 303 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.

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