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Another deep-sea oil rig, another disaster; in 1983, five saturation divers were killed when their air pressure was explosively decompressed. This episode covers a truly awful way to die.
How does a train wind up outside of its station, standing on its face? Well, the answer involves a perfect storm of operator negligence, bad brakes, and good ol' financial incentive.
Greg and Child Unit A explore one of the biggest volcanic eruptions of all time, and why a simultaneous massive decrease in the human population may be a case of correlation, not causation.
Fantastic all around, keep up the great work fellow experts!
I absolutely love this podcast and have listened to the whole back catalogue. I’ve learned about tons of historical - and not so historical - events while being thoroughly entertained by the delightful hosts. Their banter is great and the sidebars are always on point! I
Overall, I like this podcast once the giggling stops. I don’t get the jokes since the topics are super serious, but that’s me. A bit of a turn off. When the giggles tone down, I hope to be back.
Really well researched and explained topics
This is a great podcast that takes deep dives into some of the most interesting disasters, scams and situations throughout history. So glad I found it.! Definitely a go to for me now. Starting at the centrailia episode I can’t stop listening. Love it. Please don’t stop doing this show.!!
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Relative Disasters launched 3 years ago and published 133 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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