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Each week Mitch and Greg of AsapSCIENCE explain the science behind a new subject. Using studies, anecdotes and interviews to keep you entertained while *BAM* simultaneously LEARNING!

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Each week Mitch and Greg of AsapSCIENCE explain the science behind a new subject. Using studies, anecdotes and interviews to keep you entertained while *BAM* simultaneously LEARNING!

    COVID-19 Vaccine Update: What's the gossip?

    COVID-19 Vaccine Update: What's the gossip?

    Spring 2021? Moderna better than Pfizer? 94.5% vs. 90%? What details do we know about these slique new super BRILLIANTLY MADE COVID-19 vaccines? All around it is hopeful news, but we will explain some caveats to the press releases, why conservatives are less likely to get it and all the info you need for your next zoom cocktail party ...

    WDWLTW:

    4:40 - MURDER HORNETS ARE BACK!?!?

    8:20 - Jeans are ruining the planet, here's how!

    STUDYTIME on COVID-19 VACCINES:

    14:05

    • 47 min
    Among Us: how video games play with your emotions

    Among Us: how video games play with your emotions

    Video games, such as Among Us, have become popular in a pandemic, but why do we as humans love them? Studies find it is about guilt, the reward pathways of the brain and making things taboo feel normal. Also we start of the top by talking about the MEANING OF LIFE!!!

    • 53 min
    Crushes - why do we get them? ft. DJ Mausner

    Crushes - why do we get them? ft. DJ Mausner

    A brain while crushing is similar to people on COCAINE! In the past people thought a crush was a lovesicknesses disease that caused you to become obsessed, and mentally ill. They even thought the lovesick disease was passed through your eyes. Now studies explain it is controlled by neurons in your brain, and it all starts when you are young.

    Today we are joined by comedian @djmausner to talk about first crush, our biggest crushes right now, and when in our lives we got THE MOST LOVESICK!

    • 53 min
    Take Out - how bad is it?

    Take Out - how bad is it?

    Styrofoam, aluminum, plastic - which is worse? Also, new studies show we are getting way more takeout in the pandemic, so what does that mean for the environment? And, WHY DON’T WE BURN ALL OUR STYROFOAM LIKE EUROPE!? There is SO much fascinating information to learn about when studying take out

    WHAT DID WE LEARN THIS WEEK:

    2:36 - The soon to be built, world's largest solar farm!!!

    6:17 - The migration of birds and insects and HOW MANY ARE FLYING AROUND YOU RIGHT NOW

    STUDYTIME: TAKEOUT

    13:0

    • 47 min
    Pet Peeves - where do they come from? ft. I Have To Call My Sister Podcast

    Pet Peeves - where do they come from? ft. I Have To Call My Sister Podcast

    Chewing loudly, Everyone has a pet peeve, but why do they exist? We are speak with the HILARIOUS DUO Stacey Kay and Kayla Bulmer of the AMAZING HILARIOUS podcast I Have To Call My Sister about their pet peeves, and add in the science throughout!

    STUDYTIME - Pet Peeves ft. I Have To Call My Sister Podcast:
    12:24

    What did we learn this week?:
    3:38 - what is the funniest joke in the world according to science?
    7:43 - why are there so many crab like physical forms?

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Muscles: how do you get JACKED!?

    Muscles: how do you get JACKED!?

    The science of muscles, motivation and steroids is fascinating. In recent years it seems humans have become obsessed with health and fitness, but what does science say? Also, is 'roid rage' real? We break it all down today!

    STUDYTIME: MUSCLES

    02:53

    WDWLTW:

    28:35 - puppy dog eyes have evolved to manipulate you!

    31:25 - how much garbage is in space?

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
946 Ratings

946 Ratings

podcast listener woman ,

Fun and scientific

I like how this podcast gives an insight into their personalities and also includes fun tidbits of info that are easy to understand and access

Bigbangbaby ,

Greg over here spreading misinformation about PLANTS!

Do not put rocks at the bottom of your plant pots!! Greg is wrong! You are not helping your plants in anyway, and will cause your plants to develop route rot by creating a perched water table.

Greg, cmon. Where is the research buddy? Go talk to an experienced gardener and you’ll see what I mean.

4/5 stars because Greg is spreading PLANT MISINFORMATION. Otherwise, Mitch and Greg are two peas in a pod growing on an indoor pea plant in a pot with a healthy mixture of top soil and potting soil with NO ROCKS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POT.

Repent to the plant gods and correct yourself, that sweet 5/5 star rating will return. 💕🌷

SiobhanLovesScience ,

So funny and so smart!

You guys are amazing! This podcast is a great way to get your science fix and laugh and feel good about the world at the same time. I’m recommending this to everyone!

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