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For this podcast that I listened too called Why is the Sky Blue talks about back in 1858 a famous politician, writer, and researcher came to a conclusion one day in his home. He wondered what colors really make up the color of the sky when we look straight up into the distance. He found out that sky isn't really the color blue. That is in fact made up of other colors in our color spectrum 

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The podcast that I listened too is a really inserting and informative podcast titled Whether or not Concussions are decreasing in high school football players. It talks about how Dr. David Geir who is a specialist when it comes to concussions and he found out that in today's world so much research has shown that high school football players are not getting concussed due to new advanced football helmets an other ways to reduce head injury in certain tackling clinic 

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An update on Ross McNutt and his superpower — he can zoom in on everyday life, then rewind and fast-forward to solve crimes in a shutter-flash. But should he?

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This podcast was more off a goofy one, they had people calling them and asking questions about random things. Still funny though. 

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In 1973, a massive manhunt in New York's Adirondack Mountains ended when police captured a man named Robert Garrow. And that’s when this story really gets started.

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Holding on to black teachers
Black teachers matter. But they're leaving the profession. A reporter and a teacher talk about why.

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Episode 65: Darwinism and the Scopes “Monkey Trial” It's about evolution
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