Everything Everywhere Daily
Author: Gary Arndt | Glassbox MediaSubscribed: 97,033Played: 6,571,662
Learn something new every day!
A Podcast for Intellectually Curious People! Learn something new every single day. Everything Everywhere Daily tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, history, science, geography, and culture.
The Lost Colony of Roanoke
Why Is The Sky Blue? (Encore)
Attila the Hun
Tsutomu Yamaguchi: The Man Who Survived Two Atomic Bombs
The Meteor That Determined the Outcome of a Battle
Terra Nullius (Encore)
The Solomon Islands
The Origin of Words and Phrases: Sports
Why Wasn’t the Wheel Invented Sooner? (Encore)
Mount St. Helens
Stealing the Mona Lisa (Encore)
The World's Most Dangerous Substances
Moneyball and the Rise of Advanced Statistics in Sports
Mother’s Day (Encore)
The Domestication of Cats
The Trinity Test (Encore)
The Manila Galleons
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all done...3 listens through...starting over...catch up in 2024...see you then
Useful thanks alot🌱
Thoroughly interesting topic. The Laws of Thermodynamics are mentioned several times, and that got me wondering what the difference is between those things that are laws, and others that are theories, such as the Theory of Relativity
I listened twice, but I never heard Indiana mentioned.
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"When war broke out in 1941...."?? Come on. Is that what they teach in your country? You mean, "When the US finally got involved in the war that had been going on for 2 years..."
This is my first ever comment for an amazing podcast. That being said. Most of this episode is inaccurate and Gary, is not your fault. Naismith wanted it that way. He stole the game and the roles and made them his own. Lambert Will was the inventory of basketball. He invented it months before James did. It has already been proven. The National Basketball Hall of Fame had an entire exhibit dedicated to Lambert Will and his invention of basketball, which disappeared or have been seen since it was displayed and then removed. This comment could go on forever Gary. I would love it if you researched that story and did an episode about that. Then we could hear the real story. Great podcast and I am proud to be part of the "completionist club" . Can't wait for the keys to the clubhouse with the secret entrance tunnel.
It made my day that you said you play Civ 5 and don't like Civ 6 lol! I very much agree. Thanks for a great podcast Gary and keeping it open.
Despite his growing legend, the Red Baron was still Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen. He might have been wealthy. https://tunnelrush.co
This was fun to listen to! Thanks for digging this up
Looking fwd to the podcast about the history of Persian empires!
amazing podcast🤌🏻 keep up the great work
Can you go over Germany's first, second and third Reich?
Excellent, interesting 👏👏👏👏