Learn about 6 brain myths and what the reality about them is in a new Let’s Talk Science episode from English Plus Podcast. We’ll learn whether our brains are objective, if we have 5 independent senses, if our brains are too smart for magic tricks, if there are super foods that can make us smarter, if we only use 10% of our brain, and if we perceive the world as it is.
Learn about brain myths in this Let’s Talk Science episode from English Plus Podcast. Are our brain perfectly designed? Are creative people right-brained? Are men and women’s brains structurally different? Is our memory perfectly accurate?
In this new episode of our series Brain Myths, we’re going to tackle two myths, or questions. Are creative people right brained? And Is mental illness just a chemical imbalance?
In today’s Beyond Earth Series episode, we will learn about our own galaxy, the Milky Way. We will start learning more about our own stars and other stars in our galaxy, and then we will go even further to talk about black holes and dark matter.
In this first episode from our brand new series Brain Myths, we’re going to discuss two questions or myths, Are bigger brains smarter? and Are our brains perfectly designed?
In this first episode of our brand new series, Beyond Earth, we’re going to start our journey exploring our own solar system before we go further and deeper in our journey into the universe.
Introduction This is the last episode of our series, An Essential Guide to Your Body and Brain and in it, we will talk about the body’s life cycle and we will finish the series talking about the aging brain. Audio Episode Episode Transcript 0:03Every human body starts...
In episode 6 of An Essential Guide to Your Body and Brain, we will talk about the Unconscious and Emotional Brain. We will talk about what happens when we sleep, dream, love and much more.
In the last episode of our series Great Mysteries, we’re going to talk about mysteries related to natural forces, phenomena and beyond.
In today’s episode from our Essential Guide to Your Body and Brain Series, we will learn about the circulatory, the respiratory and the immunity systems of the body.
Does “no news is good news” hold up? Discover the situations where this saying rings true, when it causes harm, and its fascinating historical roots.
Journey back to Ancient Greece with our engaging quiz on the Greek city-states. Test your knowledge of their unique cultures, political systems, and contributions to civilization. Perfect for history buffs and curious minds alike.
Explore Homer’s ‘The Odyssey,’ an ancient Greek epic of homecoming, monsters, and wisdom. Uncover themes relevant to your life and the human experience.
Is revenge really sweet? Discover the transformative power of non-violence through Gandhi’s timeless wisdom. Learn when retaliating may be justified, and how breaking the “eye for an eye” cycle can build a better world.
String theory: Beyond particles, the universe may be built of tiny vibrating strings. Explore this mind-bending concept and its potential to unify all forces of nature.
Beneath triumphs lie forgotten tragedies. Explore the Siege of Alesia, where Julius Caesar’s victory held brutal costs, echoing the futility of war even in conquest.