Podcast on science, nature, climate change and history. From the Big Bang to today, a 360 degree look at life, the universe and the history of everything – covering everything from the moon landings & exploration of planets such as Jupiter and Mars, to the history of the Indus Valley Civilization, the Mayans and Africa.

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Nikola Tesla

Podcast Episode 19 | The Man Who Saw The Future – Nikola Tesla l Birthday

Before there was Elon Musk and his Tesla, there was the man behind the name Nikola Tesla, the scientists who saw the future. He was born on July 10, 1856 and this is his birthday podcast.

Stillborn fetus of American crocodile, Crocodylus acutus, Parthenogen. Photo courtesy of Q. Dwyer.

Podcast Episode 67 l Parthenogenesis in a crocodile, is it good for conservation?

Parthenogenesis in a crocodile, is it good for conservation? The finding involves an American crocodile in solitude for 16 years at a zoo in Costa Rica.

First ever camera phone photo of baby Sophie in the maternity ward, captured by her father Philippe Kahn. The grainy photo shows the baby asleep swaddled in blankets.

Podcast Episode 65 l How the first ever camera phone photo was sent

The day was June 11 1997, engineer and entrepreneur Philippe Kahn was in a maternity ward at Sutter Maternity Center in Santa Cruz, California, awaiting the birth of his daughter. Hear the story in th...

DNA Double Helix Photo by Braňo on Unsplash

Podcast Episode 64 l New strides in DNA knowledge

This Podcast Episode discusses New strides in DNA knowledge regarding a new genetics library and that the lineage of Native Americans was Chinese.

A large table strewn with laptops, tablets and phones being used by people. The shot is from the top so only hands using the devices can be seen.

Podcast Episode 63 l Want to reduce your digital carbon footprint? Here’s how

Want to reduce your digital carbon footprint? Here’s how to do it. Our digital life has an environmental and climate impact. We need to reduce it.

Napoleon by Jacques Louis David

Podcast Episode 62 l Napoleon

On May 18, 1804, a young man declared himself the Emperor of France. His campaigns split the European continent and reduced in half a country we hardly remember: Prussia. His name was Napoleon Bonapar...

Monument over a spring at Eflatun Pinar

Podcast Episode 61 l The Ancient Empire of the Hittites

Podcast Episode: The Ancient Empire of the Hittites, who ruled over Anatolia in modern day Turkey between the 18th and 12th century BC.

Kitty Wilkinson

Podcast Episode 60 l Kitty Wilkinson – The Saint of the Slums

Podcast Episode 60 is on Kitty Wilkinson, The Saint of the Slums in Liverpool. She had the only boiler and taught people to disinfect.

Covid Vaccine bottle with a syringe inserted into it being held by a hand in surgical glove by Hakan Nural Unsplash - 360onhistory.com

Podcast Episode 58 l Conspiracy Theories Series: Are Anti-vaxxers right?

We are talking about vaccinations and the Anti-vaxxer movement. Are they right? This is our new conspiracy theory series. 

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