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A deep dive into the world's greatest mysteries that were solved by science. Brought to you by Motherboard and staff writer Kaleigh Rogers.

Latest Episodes

Introducing "Chapo," a New Podcast From VICE News

If you like The VICE Guide To Right Now, we think you'll also really enjoy VICE News' first ever podcast, "Chapo." As Sinaloa cartel leader Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán goes on trial, VICE News explores his high-stakes case through the stories of people caught up in the drug war in the U.S. and Mexico. The first episode comes out on Nov. 1 exclusively on Spotify in both English and Spanish. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

3 MIN2018 OCT 31
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Introducing "Chapo," a New Podcast From VICE News

[BONUS] Introducing Queerly Beloved

If you've been enjoying Science Solved It, we think you'll also love our newest VICE podcast, Queerly Beloved. Queerly Beloved ​is a new podcast series from Broadly. Co-hosted by Broadly editor Sarah Burke and Fran Tirado of the popular queer podcast Food 4 Thot, it’s a multifaceted portrait of LGBTQ chosen family—the people who help us figure out who we are and inspire us to live as our most authentic selves. In a world obsessed with significant others, Queerly Beloved focuses on the unconventional, seemingly insignificant relationships that actually end up shaping us most. Here's the first episode, "The Past Lovers." For the full season, sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 SEP 13
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[BONUS] Introducing Queerly Beloved

Blood Falls

In the heart of Antarctica, a blood red waterfall pours out of a glacier and cascades down 100 feet. It took more than 100 years for scientists to discover the source of this eerie feature. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 AUG 7
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Blood Falls

The Doctor Who Drank Bacteria

For more than a century, doctors believed they understood the cause of stomach ulcers: stress. But in the 1980s, one Australian doctor dared to challenge that concept, and put he his own stomach on the line to prove it. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

18 MIN2018 JUL 31
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The Doctor Who Drank Bacteria

The Devil’s Kettle

In northern Minnesota, a waterfall splits in two. One half tumbles over the edge and continues down the river, the other half drops into a huge hole in the rock and disappears. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

19 MIN2018 JUL 24
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The Devil’s Kettle

The Scuba Diving Flies

In Mono Lake, California, tiny flies have developed a unique ability: they can swim underwater, thanks to a scuba-suit-like bubble that forms as they enter the lake. But how do they do it? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 JUL 17
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The Scuba Diving Flies

An Ancient Star that Took 600 Years to Explain

Korean royal astrologers saw a new star appear in the sky in1437 AD, and it took 600 years for astronomers to find what they had seen, and explain why it appeared that night. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 JUL 10
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An Ancient Star that Took 600 Years to Explain

The Kentucky Meat Shower

On March 3, 1876, chunks of meat fell from the sky in Olympia Springs, Kentucky. The locals came up with bizarre theories for where the meat came from, without realizing the truth had already been uncovered by a clever scientist in nearby Lexington. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 JUL 4
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The Kentucky Meat Shower

Chemtrails

Season Two of Science Solved It kicks off with a pernicious conspiracy theory: chemtrails. This theory won't die, even though the scientific explanation for the phenomenon is as simple as can be. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 JUN 27
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Chemtrails

Introducing Science Solved It: Season 2

Season two of Science Solved It debuts on Tuesday, June 26. Subscribe now so you stay updated on every new episode. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

1 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Introducing Science Solved It: Season 2

Latest Episodes

Introducing "Chapo," a New Podcast From VICE News

If you like The VICE Guide To Right Now, we think you'll also really enjoy VICE News' first ever podcast, "Chapo." As Sinaloa cartel leader Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán goes on trial, VICE News explores his high-stakes case through the stories of people caught up in the drug war in the U.S. and Mexico. The first episode comes out on Nov. 1 exclusively on Spotify in both English and Spanish. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

3 MIN2018 OCT 31
Comments
Introducing "Chapo," a New Podcast From VICE News

[BONUS] Introducing Queerly Beloved

If you've been enjoying Science Solved It, we think you'll also love our newest VICE podcast, Queerly Beloved. Queerly Beloved ​is a new podcast series from Broadly. Co-hosted by Broadly editor Sarah Burke and Fran Tirado of the popular queer podcast Food 4 Thot, it’s a multifaceted portrait of LGBTQ chosen family—the people who help us figure out who we are and inspire us to live as our most authentic selves. In a world obsessed with significant others, Queerly Beloved focuses on the unconventional, seemingly insignificant relationships that actually end up shaping us most. Here's the first episode, "The Past Lovers." For the full season, sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 SEP 13
Comments
[BONUS] Introducing Queerly Beloved

Blood Falls

In the heart of Antarctica, a blood red waterfall pours out of a glacier and cascades down 100 feet. It took more than 100 years for scientists to discover the source of this eerie feature. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 AUG 7
Comments
Blood Falls

The Doctor Who Drank Bacteria

For more than a century, doctors believed they understood the cause of stomach ulcers: stress. But in the 1980s, one Australian doctor dared to challenge that concept, and put he his own stomach on the line to prove it. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

18 MIN2018 JUL 31
Comments
The Doctor Who Drank Bacteria

The Devil’s Kettle

In northern Minnesota, a waterfall splits in two. One half tumbles over the edge and continues down the river, the other half drops into a huge hole in the rock and disappears. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

19 MIN2018 JUL 24
Comments
The Devil’s Kettle

The Scuba Diving Flies

In Mono Lake, California, tiny flies have developed a unique ability: they can swim underwater, thanks to a scuba-suit-like bubble that forms as they enter the lake. But how do they do it? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 JUL 17
Comments
The Scuba Diving Flies

An Ancient Star that Took 600 Years to Explain

Korean royal astrologers saw a new star appear in the sky in1437 AD, and it took 600 years for astronomers to find what they had seen, and explain why it appeared that night. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 JUL 10
Comments
An Ancient Star that Took 600 Years to Explain

The Kentucky Meat Shower

On March 3, 1876, chunks of meat fell from the sky in Olympia Springs, Kentucky. The locals came up with bizarre theories for where the meat came from, without realizing the truth had already been uncovered by a clever scientist in nearby Lexington. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 JUL 4
Comments
The Kentucky Meat Shower

Chemtrails

Season Two of Science Solved It kicks off with a pernicious conspiracy theory: chemtrails. This theory won't die, even though the scientific explanation for the phenomenon is as simple as can be. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2018 JUN 27
Comments
Chemtrails

Introducing Science Solved It: Season 2

Season two of Science Solved It debuts on Tuesday, June 26. Subscribe now so you stay updated on every new episode. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

1 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Introducing Science Solved It: Season 2