Ungeniused is a show dedicated to covering the weirdest articles found on Wikipedia. Stephen Hackett and Myke Hurley are here to explain topics and share knowledge you'll never be able to use in real life. Hosted by Stephen Hackett and Myke Hurley.
Biosphere 2: The Missions
Biosphere 2 hosted just two "sealed-in" crews, both during the 1990s.
Biosphere 2: The Campus
In Arizona stands a large glass structure built to be sealed off from the outside world to house various ecosystems. The 3.14-acre structure took almost five years to build and was used twice for its original use.
It was like Pepsi, but clear.
In the mid-1990s, Coca-Cola sold a soft drink aimed at Gen X consumers. Apparently, the company wanted to experience more pain after the New Coke fiasco in the 1980s.
The holiday that has confused Americans for centuries is finally explained.
Clock of the Long Now
Your Apple Watch won't keep time for 10,000 years, but this project aims to build a clock that can.
Although it’s scripted, it’s quite funny and entertaining. Love the topics how these are sometimes Easter eggs I. Other shows like Connected they Myke and Stephen also co-host.
i love this show! i like that you mix in humor with facts, and that you get back on topic quickly while leaving room for some bad puns. keep it up!
Inventors killed by their own inventions
I like the episode but I met the test pilot for the Mizar flying Pinto . He was not suddenly unavailable. They knew a week in advance that he couldn’t fly that day and chose not to reschedule. His name was Charles Red Janisse and he had previously flown it and it had the same mishap that killed the inventors
But Red was a skilled pilot and landed the Mizar safely in a bean field and drove the Pinto back to the airport.