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  1. How To Sniff Like A Dog 2017/12/08
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  2. What's Your Cat Really Thinking? 2017/12/01
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  3. We Get Fired Up Over Peppers 2017/11/17
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  4. Why Vinegar Deserves More Credit As An Ingredient 2017/11/10
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  5. The Secrets Behind Succulent Sauces 2017/11/03
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  6. How To Go Vegan 2017/10/27
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  7. How To Succeed Even If You're An Introvert 2017/10/20
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  8. How Addiction Works 2017/10/13
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  9. How The First Amendment Works 2017/10/06
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  10. What Happens When We Sleep? 2017/09/29
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  11. What Happens When A Dog Drinks Water? 2017/09/22

    Matin Durrani and Liz Kalaugher join us to talk about their book Furry Logic: The Physics of Animal Life for our latest Please Explain about how our pets use science to survive. We explore the physics behind everything from how dogs lap up water to how ants use polarized light to navigate.

  12. What's The Future Of DACA? 2017/09/15
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  13. How Legal Pot Could Be Monopolized 2017/09/08
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  14. Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft 2017/08/25
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  15. Why We Love To Run 2017/08/18
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  16. All The Light We Cannot See 2017/08/11
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  17. Why Coral Is Dying Around The World 2017/08/04
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  18. Become A Food Preserving Pro! 2017/07/28
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  19. Don't Bug Out! The Secret World Of Insects 2017/07/21
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  20. How To Cut The Clutter And Get Organized 2017/07/14

    If your desk is a total mess, today’s Please Explain is meant for YOU! We tackle the crucial, yet all-so-difficult task, of getting organized, with Amanda Sullivan , author of Organized Enough: The Anti-Perfectionist's Guide to Getting -- and Staying -- Organized.

  21. What's Your Cat Thinking About? 2017/07/07

    Our latest Please Explain is all about the psychology and social evolution of cats with Thomas McNamee , author of The Inner Life of Cats: The Science and Secrets of Our Mysterious Feline Companions .

    Do you have questions about your cat's behavior? Write to us on Twitter , Facebook or post in the comments section below!

  22. The Yucky Stuff You've Always Wondered About 2017/06/30
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  23. Protecting Yourself From Ticks and Lyme Disease 2017/06/23
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  24. The Shocking Truth About Lightning 2017/06/16

    For this week’s Please Explain, we are joined by meteorologist Ronald Holle to understand how lightning works. Holle has spent decades studying lightning in places like Colorado and Florida. He explores lighting strikes, how they impact different parts of the world and why the number of lightning-related fatalities in the U.S. has dropped dramatically over the last century.

  25. The Science Of Success 2017/06/09
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  26. How Climate Change Will Alter Tides 2017/06/02
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  27. How Daydreaming Can Help You Focus 2017/05/19

    Harvard psychiatrist and brain imaging researcher Dr. Srini Pillay will join us for this week’s Please Explain on focus, creativity and productivity. His latest book is Tinker Dabble Doodle Try: Unlock the Power of the Unfocused Mind . In the book, he discusses his research on the helpful benefits of daydreaming, taking breaks, and even leaving work incomplete.

  28. The Buzz Around Honey And Beekeeping 2017/05/12
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  29. Exploring Spanish Cuisine 2017/04/28
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  30. The Secrets Of Pie Making 2017/04/21
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  31. Making Cents Of America's Tax Code 2017/04/14
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  32. Understanding Psychosomatic Illness 2017/04/07

    For this week’s Please Explain, we discuss psychosomatic illnesses and the mind-body connection with Dr. Suzanne O’Sullivan . O'Sullivan is a neurologist and author of the book, Is It All in Your Head?: True Stories of Imaginary Illness. In her book, O’Sullivan chronicles the world of psychosomatic illnesses and shows how it can take over people’s lives.

  33. How To Navigate the Open Seas 2017/03/24

    Our latest Please Explain is all about navigating the high seas and using water to help you find direction in your everyday life. We’ll hear from explorer and natural navigation expert Tristan Gooley , author of How to Read Water: Clues and Patterns from Puddles to the Sea.

    Do you have a question, or a story, about navigating through open water? Leave us a comment!

  34. Spring is Coming. So Are Allergies. 2017/03/17
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  35. What's At Stake With Clean Water Regulation Rollbacks? 2017/03/10
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  36. Pulling the Curtain Back on NASA 2017/03/03
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  37. Understanding CRISPR, the Sci-Fi-Esque Gene Editing Tool 2017/02/24
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  38. Why Can't You Just Stop? 2017/02/17
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  39. Demystifying That Four-Letter Word (Hint: It Starts with L) 2017/02/10
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  40. How You Can Have a Say, In Politics and Your Community 2017/02/03
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  41. Listening to Body Language 2017/01/27
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  42. Oh, the Things Our Bodies Would Say 2017/01/13
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  43. Why Fat Is So Misunderstood 2017/01/06
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  44. Finding Light on the Darkest Day: The Winter Solstice & Yuletide 2016/12/23
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  45. A Deep Dive into Aquariums 2016/12/16
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  46. What's Keeping You Up at Night? 2016/12/09
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  47. Behold the Wonders of Butter 2016/12/02
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  48. Have a Seat: The History of Chairs 2016/11/18
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  49. How the Electric Guitar Revolutionized Music 2016/11/11
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  50. The Science of Cheese 2016/11/04
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  51. Beyond Butternut: A Guide to Squash, Gourds, Pumpkins & More! 2016/10/28
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  52. Please Explain: The Leonard Lopate Show! 2016/10/21
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  53. The History of Restaurants Revealed 2016/10/14
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  54. How to Define 'Creepiness' 2016/10/07
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  55. Bees, Wasps, Ants, Scorpions... Whose Stings Hurt the Most? 2016/09/30
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  56. Sweet Dreams (and Nightmares) Are Made of This 2016/09/23
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  57. The Secret Life of Ballerinas 2016/09/16
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  58. Is Cursive Obsolete? The Writing May be on the Wall 2016/09/09
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  59. We've Got the Scoop on Ice Cream! 2016/08/26
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  60. Satisfying Our Sweet Tooth 2016/08/19
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  61. Dim Sum: Dumplings & Buns that Make the Perfect Bite 2016/08/12
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  62. Our Indispensable Guide to Buying Eggs! 2016/08/05
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  63. Finding Our Way: A Guide to Trails 2016/07/29
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  64. Collecting Data on Mass Shootings in the U.S. 2016/07/22
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  65. How to Make Arguments... And Win! 2016/07/15
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  66. Diving into the Mysterious World of Dolphins 2016/07/08
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  67. Weaving Together the Science and Social History of Hair 2016/06/24
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  68. The Psychology Behind Violence and Mass Shootings 2016/06/17
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  69. Unwrapping the History of Paper 2016/06/10
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  70. Why Bird Brains Are Smarter Than You Think 2016/06/03
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  71. A Farm Grows in Brooklyn 2016/05/20
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  72. From Medieval England to Lingua Franca: The Evolution of English 2016/05/13
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  73. Have We Lost the Art of Conversation in Our Digital World? 2016/04/29
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  74. An Education on Charter Schools 2016/04/22
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  75. Inside the Politics of the Supreme Court 2016/04/15
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  76. American Folk Music, as Told by Eli Smith and Jerron 'Blind Boy' Paxton 2016/04/08
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  77. Bigfoot and Nessie and Yetis... Oh My! 2016/04/01
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  78. Who are the Superdelegates? What are Brokered Conventions? A Guide to the Presidential Primaries. 2016/03/25
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  79. Why Birds Are Really Living Dinosaurs 2016/03/18
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  80. The New Face of Philanthropy 2016/03/11
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  81. How to Spot Financial Scams and Prevent Identity Theft 2016/03/04
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  82. Questions about Punctuation? We've Got the Answers... Period. 2016/02/26
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  83. Eat Your Heart Out: The Brains Behind Sweetbreads 2016/02/19
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  84. The Secret Ingredient is Xanthan Gum, or Maybe Acesulfame Potassium 2016/02/12
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  85. We're Wrapped Up in Tacos! 2016/02/05
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  86. From Pesto to Béchamel, Let's Talk Sauce! 2016/01/29
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  87. Is Cast Iron Cookware Weighing You Down? We're Here to Help. 2016/01/22
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  88. Whiskey: A Spirited History, an Intoxicating Journey 2016/01/15
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  89. We Are Never Alone, Thanks to Microbes 2016/01/08
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  90. Just Because You're Paranoid Doesn't Mean They're Not Out to Get You 2015/12/18
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  91. The Long Life of the Dead 2015/12/11

    Caring for the dead, mourning the dead, and commemoration the dead, has always been an essential part of human civilization. For this week's Please Explain, we are talking to historian Thomas Laqueur , whose latest book, The Work of the Dead , exhaustively details why our treatment of death has always been such an important part of human life.

  92. The Honest Truth About Lies 2015/12/04
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  93. The Unbalanced Power of Expert Witnesses 2015/11/20
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  94. Understanding How The Media Reports on Health and Nutrition 2015/11/13
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  95. Translating the Untranslatable 2015/11/06
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  96. Humans and Horses: Together (Nearly) Forever 2015/10/30
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  97. Should Fantasy Sports Be Regulated Like Gambling? 2015/10/23
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  98. Why Are Life-Saving Drugs So Expensive? 2015/10/16
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  99. Lurking Behind Your Fear 2015/10/09
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  100. Why The Pop Music Machine Is Dominated by the Swedes 2015/10/02
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Please Explain (The Leonard Lopate Show)
https://www.wnyc.org/series/please-explain
In Please Explain, we set aside time every Friday afternoon to get to the bottom of one complex issue. Ever wonder how New York City's water system works? Or how the US became so polarized politically? We'll back up and review the basic facts and principles of complicated issues across a broad range of topics — history, politics, science, you name it.

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