What We’ve Learned This Month

Released Thursday, 2nd July 2020
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imageIn this episode of The Brain Food Show, we are start out looking at the rather curious phenomenon of the average of your friends being happier, wealthier, and more successful than you.

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Next up, we discuss how much caffeine it would take to kill you as well as the general healthy upper limit to intake daily. After that we look at the longest burning light bulb, the largest single bet in history, the male version of the word nymphomania, the Olympian who won a match despite being dead at the time of his victory, that time Simon Cowell hijacked a bus, whether blind people really have superior hearing, the horned lizard’s bizarre defense mechanism, Abraham Lincoln’s amazing “wrastling” skills, and a rather adorable fact about ants.

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1h 14m 47s

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