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Stuff They Don't Want You To Know

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From UFOs to psychic powers and government conspiracies, history is riddled with unexplained events. You can turn back now or learn the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know ... an audio podcast from iHeartRadio.

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CLASSIC: Can hallucinogens cure addiction?

Nov 26 • 58:13

Listener Mail: The Knox Mine Disaster, Lucid Dreaming and a Mysterious Lab in Idaho

Nov 25 • 59:28

CLASSIC: What's Beneath the Antarctic Ice?

Nov 24 • 01:04:37

CLASSIC: Shills 101: Online Manipulators and You

Nov 23 • 01:15:33

Strange News: Your Job is Stalking You, Vigilantes Fight Crypto Scams, and AI Makes Sex Tapes

Nov 22 • 01:02:25

As millions of people continue to work from home, experts raise concerns about a new era of pervasive surveillance by employers. As net-based crypto scams continue to proliferate, digital vigilantes fight back to expose the criminals involved. An enterprising artist feeds thousands of hours of pornography into a neural network to learn -- for better or worse -- what kind o...

CLASSIC: How World War III Might Start

Nov 19 • 01:13:01

Listener Mail: Haunted Pianos, LED Lights, Astroworld and the Shadiest Church's Chicken

Nov 19 • 01:06:18

ZZZ asks for more details about Astroworld. Starlight calls in with questions about LEDs and planned obsolescence. ChickenGuy prompts an investigation into the bizarre story of a Church's Chicken that, according to official sources, doesn't actually exist. All this and more in this week's Listener Mail....

Listener Mail: The Voicemail Edition

Nov 17 • 01:06:03

CLASSIC: What is Qi?

Nov 16 • 01:07:50

Strange News: Virgin Condor Births, Ethical AI, Facebook and Facial Recognition

Nov 15 • 01:01:35

Scientists discover that the endangered California Condor is capable of producing offspring without the presence of male condors, prompting troubling questions for the future. A new AI program crowdsourcing ethical quandaries provides surprising answers to humans. Facebook promises to close down its facial recognition system, deleting billions of faceprints. All this and m...

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