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Can you tell if the following statements are common science myths or science facts? 
The Great Wall of China is the only man made structure visible from space.
Lightning never strikes the same place twice.
Planes have their nose pointing downwards while landing.

Sorry to burst your bubble, but these are some common misconceptions that have gained traction over time. It's high time to put an end to such science myths and misunderstandings, that have been passed down over the ages.

In each episode of this weekly podcast, our host, Samarth Chitta, takes on one of the most widely held myths and uses science facts to debunk any long-standing misconceptions. Explained in the simplest terms possible, you will get to understand the issues at hand from various perspectives and follow the host's logic.

Let's take a look at some of the most common science myths and explain why they're false using scientific proof. Bust some myth folks!

Samarth's Introduction:

Samarth Chitta is a 9-year-old podcaster and author from Bengaluru, India. One of the few child podcasters from India, he started his journey through a Good News show on Youtube when he was 3 years old. His first book The Talking Walking Tree was published in 2019 and his second book is due for release by August 2021. He loves traveling, playing with his pet Yuki, building structures on Minecraft, and spending time with his grandparents. His favorite place is the swing on a jackfruit tree outside his house.

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Can you tell if the following statements are common science myths or science facts? 
The Great Wall of China is the only man made structure visible from space.
Lightning never strikes the same place twice.
Planes have their nose pointing downwards while landing.

Sorry to burst your bubble, but these are some common misconceptions that have gained traction over time. It's high time to put an end to such science myths and misunderstandings, that have been passed down over the ages.

In each episode of this weekly podcast, our host, Samarth Chitta, takes on one of the most widely held myths and uses science facts to debunk any long-standing misconceptions. Explained in the simplest terms possible, you will get to understand the issues at hand from various perspectives and follow the host's logic.

Let's take a look at some of the most common science myths and explain why they're false using scientific proof. Bust some myth folks!

Samarth's Introduction:

Samarth Chitta is a 9-year-old podcaster and author from Bengaluru, India. One of the few child podcasters from India, he started his journey through a Good News show on Youtube when he was 3 years old. His first book The Talking Walking Tree was published in 2019 and his second book is due for release by August 2021. He loves traveling, playing with his pet Yuki, building structures on Minecraft, and spending time with his grandparents. His favorite place is the swing on a jackfruit tree outside his house.

https://kidacity.club/

https://chimesradio.com  
http://onelink.to/8uzr4g  
https://www.instagram.com/vrchimesradio/  
https://www.facebook.com/chimesradio/  

 

 

 

    Do we have more than 5 senses?

    Do we have more than 5 senses?

    Our 5 senses are well known- sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste. But how does the body know the sensation of pain, of hot and cold temperature, hunger, and more? This topic is also behind the Nobel Prize in medicine for 2021.

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    • 5 min
    Can you catch a cold if you get wet in the rain?

    Can you catch a cold if you get wet in the rain?

    We have all been told by our parents or elders to not get wet in the rain. And the reason? We might catch a cold. What is it about the rains that make it easy to catch a cold? Is this a myth or reality?

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    • 4 min
    Are black cats really unlucky?

    Are black cats really unlucky?

    Almost every culture has a superstition associated with black cats. Some people hesitate to cross the road if a black cat crosses it before them as they believe that cats will bring them ill luck. At the same time, in some cultures, black cats are worshipped. So who is right?

    And don't forget to subscribe to Mythbusters podcast on your favorite streaming app to ensure you are promptly notified whenever a new episode is rolled out.

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    • 4 min
    Does gum stay in your stomach for 7 years if you swallow it?

    Does gum stay in your stomach for 7 years if you swallow it?

    Chewing gum or bubble gum is a very popular candy amongst children and adults. Think of all the times when you were told that swallowing gum is not good for you. What happens to the gum if we accidentally swallow it? Does it stay in your stomach for 7 years as is commonly told?

    And don't forget to subscribe to Mythbusters podcast on your favorite streaming app to ensure you are promptly notified whenever a new episode is rolled out.

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    • 4 min
    Is the Olympic flame always lit?

    Is the Olympic flame always lit?

    The Olympics are one of the greatest sporting events in the world and the opening ceremony is one of the most-watched around the world. The Olympic flame is lit by a renowned athlete from the host country and the torch-carrying the flame is carried through a relay. What happens to the flame once the games are over? Does it stay lit till the next Olympics?

    And don't forget to subscribe to Mythbusters podcast on your favorite streaming app to ensure you are promptly notified whenever a new episode is rolled out.

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    • 4 min
    Is the New Year always celebrated on Jan 1st?

    Is the New Year always celebrated on Jan 1st?

    It is always exciting to welcome a new year. The date that usually comes to our mind when we think of a New Year is Jan 1st. But, what if the New Year began in Feb, March or even September and was called something totally different? Do you think this is true?

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    • 6 min

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