50 episodes

Welcome to crisscrossing Science, the podcast in which we answer the science questions that you never thought to ask. Every other week, co-hosts Michael Crosser and Chad Tillberg will share their love of natural science by discussing a topic that they find interesting.

crisscrossing Science Michael Crosser & Chad Tillberg

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    • 4.8 • 16 Ratings

Welcome to crisscrossing Science, the podcast in which we answer the science questions that you never thought to ask. Every other week, co-hosts Michael Crosser and Chad Tillberg will share their love of natural science by discussing a topic that they find interesting.

    Episode 202: Magnets, and how do they work?

    Episode 202: Magnets, and how do they work?

    Mike and Chad take a tour through magnetism and explain how magnets are used in everyday life.Follow our feeds on social media for short video content! Look for crisscrossing Science on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube Shorts.

    • 29 min
    Episode 201: Great Galls of Fire

    Episode 201: Great Galls of Fire

    Chad and Mike talk about plant formations called Galls in which an external object (insect, bacteria, etc) cause the plant to make small circular scars on its leaves. You can follow us now on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube Shorts. Check us out!

    • 29 min
    Episode 200: The 0.2 K

    Episode 200: The 0.2 K

    Chad and Mike are celebrating 200 episodes of crisscrossing Science! Join us as we look back on the past and remember our favorite episodes.

    • 24 min
    Episode 199: Bernoulli and Magnus Effects

    Episode 199: Bernoulli and Magnus Effects

    Mike and Chad answer a listener's question about why spin affects the flight of baseballs. Now follow us on TikTok. Search for crisscrossing Science.

    • 30 min
    Episode 198: Termites: How to eat food you can't actually digest

    Episode 198: Termites: How to eat food you can't actually digest

    Chad tells Mike all about termites, the Russian nesting dolls of the insect world. Termites can't actually digest wood all by themselves and so utilize trichonympha to help them digest. Meanwhile, trichonympha themselves utilize smaller bacteria to help them digest wood. Follow us on any good social media platform.

    • 31 min
    Episode 197: Total Eclipse of 2024

    Episode 197: Total Eclipse of 2024

    Mike and Chad answer all your questions about the total solar eclipse happening on April 8, 2024. Check out our accounts on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube Shorts. We are putting new content about three times per week.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Audrey Hepburn the 2nd ,

:) super interesting and helpful podcast

I was impressed with the hosts talent and really enjoyed this latest episode that was very helpful in breaking down the election mathematics!

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Can’t listen to all episodes?

I can only see episodes 140 to 159 and scroll down doesn’t load more of the previous episodes. Where can I listen to the previous ones?

podreviewnickname964 ,

Great content...less mansplaining please.

It took over 12 minutes of speaking with the WA state pest pathologist before you asked her about how she got involved and what her role was with the current murder hornet containment program. In general, the content was great and you did eventually let her explain things more. Next time, when you introduce a guest, maybe start with highlighting their expertise and knowledge.

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