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Weekly Zeitgeist 46 (Best of 10/15/18-10/19/18)

Weekly Zeitgeist 46 (Best of 10/15/18-10/19/18)

The weekly round up of the best moments from DZ's Season 53 (10/15/18-10/19/18.)
Why Did People Once Rob Graves for Science?

Why Did People Once Rob Graves for Science?

In the United Kingdom in the 1800s, anatomists wanted to study real bodies, but laws and cultural stigma made bodies hard to come by. Learn how the shocking Burke & Hare murder trials changed that
SMNTY Classics: Women's Prisons vs. "Orange Is the New Black"

SMNTY Classics: Women's Prisons vs. "Orange Is the New Black"

A recent report found that female inmates in the US are far likelier to be disciplined than male inmates. Learn more about women's prisons, and the accuracy (or not) of "Orange is the New Black" in
Bonus Episode: Taking Cues from a Pitmaster

Bonus Episode: Taking Cues from a Pitmaster

Chef Elliott Moss brought whole-hog, wood-coal, Eastern Carolina barbecue to Asheville. In this interview, we cover the comfort of ‘cue (and other classic Carolina dishes), his inspirations, and how a
SYMHC Classics: He Was Killed by Mesmerism

SYMHC Classics: He Was Killed by Mesmerism

We're revisiting a 2010 Halloween episode from Sarah and Katie. Today, Franz Mesmer is hailed as the father of hypnosis. His original pursuit was called mesmerism, but what exactly was it? How did it
From the Vault: The Halloween Costume Made Me Do It

From the Vault: The Halloween Costume Made Me Do It

What happens when we slip into a costume? Be it a monster pelt, a sexy witch or a simple children's ghost mask, a psychological transformation takes place. Join Robert Lamb and Christian Sager for a
SYSK Selects: How Aphrodisiacs Work

SYSK Selects: How Aphrodisiacs Work

For thousands of years humankind has pursued the enhancement of sexual pleasure and performance through a plethora of medicines and practices -- but how many aphrodisiacs actually work?
BrainStuff Classics: How Does Déjà vu Work?

BrainStuff Classics: How Does Déjà vu Work?

If you've ver gotten the strange feeling that you’re repeating an experience, researchers have about 40 theories for what was going on in your brain. Learn how déjà vu might work in this episode of
Invisible Illness

Invisible Illness

Millions of people are dealing with invisible illness, possibly not even knowing it. Guest co-host and contributor Yves Jeffcoat discusses women with invisible illnesses.
Mind Your Own Biscuits

Mind Your Own Biscuits

Southern biscuits are the fluffy, flaky stuff of dreams, but they're a fairly new invention. Anney and Lauren explore how these biscuits came to be, how to make them at home, and why ‘biscuit’ in
Stranger Things Special Part I: David Harbour, Joe Keery and Brett Gelman

Stranger Things Special Part I: David Harbour, Joe Keery and Brett Gelman

Things got STRANGE this week when Joe Keery, David Harbour and Brett Gelman popped into the studio for Part I to discuss what it's like working on one of the most beloved shows on TV, and all things
Why Are We So Fascinated by the Titanic?

Why Are We So Fascinated by the Titanic?

For some reason our hearts keep going on and on for the Titanic. But what was life actually like on the ship? Why were there so many electric horses on board? How bad did the third class passengers
10 Essential Supreme Court Cases of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

10 Essential Supreme Court Cases of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg may be tiny, but she's left a huge mark on the U.S. judicial system in the 25 years since being appointed to the Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton, more than earning her
What Is Einstein's 'God Letter'?

What Is Einstein's 'God Letter'?

The famous 1954 letter in which Albert Einstein rejected the concept of God may soon be sold for $1 million or more at auction.
Quiz: Time to Get Dirty (Dancing, That Is)

Quiz: Time to Get Dirty (Dancing, That Is)

The timeless cult classic 'Dirty Dancing' has captivated audiences for decades now, with no signs of slowing down. Don't be a baby in the corner. Take the quiz!
Episode 4: Broken

Episode 4: Broken

Melissa was 15 years old when she found out her father was a serial killer, and the news couldn’t have arrived at a worse time: she just found out she was pregnant. Melissa confronts her high school
If the Light Is Stuck on Red, Are You Stuck Too?

If the Light Is Stuck on Red, Are You Stuck Too?

We've all been there. The stop light won't change and you've got places to be. Do you run it or just wait, wait and wait?
The Stuff YouTube Doesn’t Want You To Know

The Stuff YouTube Doesn’t Want You To Know

YouTube is huge — as you’re reading this sentence, millions of people are clicking through videos to watch their favorite celebrities, learn new skills, listen to music and more. Yet there’s more to
Rare Groundcherry Could Soon Be Everywhere, Thanks to Gene Editing

Rare Groundcherry Could Soon Be Everywhere, Thanks to Gene Editing

Hundreds of crops in developing countries are relatively unknown in the developed world because they're often hard to grow or export. But scientists have found that CRISPR editing can speed up
TechStuff Classic: TechStuff Stares at Laser Eye Surgery

TechStuff Classic: TechStuff Stares at Laser Eye Surgery

How does laser eye surgery work? How does the human eye work? What types of eye problems can laser eye surgery correct? Join Jonathan and Chris for a closer look at laser eye surgery.