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This week I learned that a murder of crows has a soft side, that the Vatican paints its walls with milk, that in 1975 all of Iceland's women went on strike, and that mountain climbing can cause you to go temporarily insane. more
This week I learned the tasty way to kill the bacteria on your ice, why you should play Super Mario into your old age, that it's illegal to take a photo of the Eiffel Tower at night, and that our atmosphere is constantly protecting us against meteoro... more
This week I learned that your dog is a nerd, the trick to learning a new skill faster, the tragic reason Canada gives Boston a Christmas tree every year, and that whales also exfoliate their skin. more
Would like this podcast but the narrator can’t keep from expressing feminist views. I don’t mind a fair analysis but do not favor opinionated accounts.
Hi! You have the best kind of crazy weird podcast but you can still be surprised by the zigzag things and I also like how you can learn from the past more
This podcast is a pleasure to listen to and you don’t have to wade through any blah blah blah to get to the pay off. You learn what was learned before you know it and you’re not left asking yourself pertinent questions about the facility or the validity of the knowledge. The host has a pleasant voice and makes an immediate connection with listeners.
Hoping this podcast continues. I love to have something short to listen to. Facts seem well researched.
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This Week I Learned launched 7 years ago and published 80 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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