It's difficult to honor the spirit of the season when you're making a show about mistakes, foibles and failures, but we've done our best. This week, the most uplifting story about prime numbers you'll hear all season. Promise.
In the 1960's, scientists discovered a new form of water, kicking off millions of dollars of research, Nobel Prize consideration and a new Cold War arms race between the USA and USSR. This episode we investigate the history of the miraculous discovery that almost changed the world, and the unbelievable story of why it didn't.
Music by Lee Rosevere - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/
Why Do Birds Suddenly (Dis)Appear?
Have you ever wondered where birds go in the winter? Of course not. But throughout history, many people have. On this, the season premiere of The Constant, we dive into some of the incredible explanations people concocted for this seemingly obvious question, and give you the surprising story of how we eventually came to know what we do.
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Lee Rosevere (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/)
You Gotta Fry a Few Eggs
And so we are. Here's what we're calling "episode 0".
We're using it to test recording, production, hosting and distribution.
But don't let that fool you: it's a full story all on its own.
Lee Rosevere http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/
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