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    Located on the French Riveria, just a few kilometers from the border of Italy, sandwiched between the mountains and the sea, is the tiny country of Monaco.

    Monaco has several distinctions among the countries in the world, not just for its size, but for its population and its history.

    Learn more about Monaco, the smallest and wealthiest principality in the world, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    Secrecy is a huge part of military success. You want to be able to communicate with your own forces without the enemy finding out what your plans are.

    As America entered World War II, they were in need of a method of communication that couldn’t be cracked by Germany or Japan. They found the answer they were looking for in the languages of Native Americans.

    Learn more about Navajo Code Talkers and the other Native American languages used in World War II, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    To explore the universe humans have made any manner of telescopes. These telescopes can observe visible light, infrared light, radio waves, and even x-rays.

    One of the most important forces in shaping the universe is gravity. How can astronomers observe gravity?

    In 2002, the National Science Foundation, Caltech, and MIT managed to build a gravitational observatory.

    Learn more about the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory or LIGO, the more accurate instrument ever created, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    Weather systems on Earth aren’t stable. There are cycles that weather patterns go through which can have enormous effects around the globe.

    There is probably no more important weather cycle than the one meteorologists called the Southern Oscillation. This cycle can have dramatic implications for temperatures and rainfall all over the world.

    Learn more about El Nino and La Nina and the Southern Oscillation on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    In the Dialogues written by Plato in the year 360 BC, he wrote of a place called Atlantis. Atlantis was a place where the citizens were half-gods and half-men, yet it was destroyed in a cataclysmic event.

    Ever since then people have been speculating about where Atlantis was and who the Atlantians were.

    Learn more about the history of Atlantis and the various theories of where it was and if it even existed, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    Brooklyn wasn’t always a part of New York City. It used to be a separate city located across the East River from New York, which at the time was only on the island of Manhattan.

    For decades, people talked about a bridge to connect New York and the growing city of Brooklyn to facilitate travel and commerce.

    In 1883, that bridge finally opened, and it was one of the greatest engineering achievements of the 19th century.

    Learn more about the Brooklyn Bridge and how it was built, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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  • You are probably familiar with the term decimation. The word is usually used in English to mean “to cause great destruction or harm”.

    However, in ancient Rome, the word had a very different and very specific meaning.

    It was one of the most devastating and brutal forms of punishment that the military could inflict.

    Learn more about Decimation, the ultimate collective punishment, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    In 1965, the director of research at Fairchild Semiconductor, Gordon Moore, made a prediction about the future of semiconductors. He said that over the next ten years, the number of transistors on an integrated circuit would double every two years.

    His prediction didn’t just hold true for the next 10 years, but it has held true for almost 60 years, and it had driven the global computer industry.

    Learn more about Moore’s Law and why computers keep getting better, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    I’ve done episodes before about people who have saved a large number of human lives. Mostly, these people have done so through inventions or innovations in fields like agriculture or medicine.

    What about people who prevented an impending disaster? Like when Superman stops an asteroid from hitting the Earth.

    Well, there was such a case, and thanks to the actions of a single man, millions of lives might have been saved.

    Learn more about Stanislav Petrov, the man who saved the world, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    In 1555, a French physician and astrologer named Michel de Nostredame published a book of poems titled Les Prophéties. Ever since people have been trying to interpret world events through his writings.

    Was Nostradamus a prophet? Was he a fraud? Or are people just reading way too much into a bunch of vague, random statements?

    Learn more about Nostradamus and how his writings have been interpreted, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    On March 27, 1794, the United States Congress passed the Naval Act. The Naval Act authorized funding for six frigates which would become the basis for the new US Navy.

    One of those six ships, and the third one built, was the USS Constitution. It was launched in 1797 and saw service in multiple conflicts all around the world.

    That ship which first set sail 225 years ago, is still in service and operational today.

    Learn more about the USS Constitution, the world’s oldest ship still afloat, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    People who love to dance are said to have dancing fever. Dancing fever is just a phrase and not something meant to be taken literally.

    However, could there really be an actual dancing fever? Could there be a disease that caused people, many people, to dance until they fell from exhaustion?

    Well, maybe.

    Learn more about the Straussberg Dancing Plague of 1518 on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    The rise of agriculture has been pointed to as being responsible for the rise of civilization as we know it.

    However, that raises the question, what was responsible for the rise of agriculture? In particular, at least in the Middle East with the cultivation of grain, the debate has always been which came first: Beer or Bread?

    Learn more about the great beer vs bread debate, and which was responsible for the rise of civilization, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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  • William Shakespeare is widely considered one of the greatest poets and playwrights in the history of the English language.

    However, over the last two centuries many people have begun to wonder if William Shakespeare of Stratford-on-Avon, England was indeed the person who wrote the works which have been attributed to him.

    If you look at the evidence or the lack thereof, they aren’t necessarily crazy for thinking it.

    Learn more about if William Shakespeare did in fact write the works of Shakespeare on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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  • Copyright is what protects creators from having someone copy and make money off of their work without compensation.

    However, there are some things like directories or maps which have information that can be difficult to copyright. It’s just presenting information or data which exists out in the real world.

    Such creators of maps and directories have found unique ways around this problem.

    Learn more about copyright traps, aka Mountweazels, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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  • On May 19, 1946, André René Roussimoff was born into the world in Coulommiers, France. At birth, he weighed 13 pounds or 6 kilograms...and from there, he only got bigger.

    He eventually topped out at 7 feet, four inches tall, weighed 520 pounds, and became a worldwide phenomenon as a professional wrestler and actor.

    He is one of the few humans to whom the adjective “legendary” can truly be ascribed. Today people still speak of his incredible feats in awe.

    Learn more about Andre the Giant, the 8th Wonder of the World, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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  • If you think of Spain as the country on the Iberian Peninsula which is sandwiched between France and Portugal, you are not wrong, but you are also not totally right.

    There is also a significant part of the country which is located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Morocco: The Canary Islands.

    Here you will find things that you aren’t going to find in mainland Spain or even the rest of Europe.

    Learn more about the Canary Islands on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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  • Navigation on the open ocean is extremely difficult. It is a skill that takes years to master.

    Even with years of skill, an experienced mariner was still able to ground their ship on an unseen reef, underwater rocks, or a sandbar, because they didn’t know their precise location.

    The main problem, which was unsolved for centuries, was determining your longitude.

    Learn more about the longitude problem, and how it was eventually solved, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    As I have mentioned in many episodes of this podcast, there are a great many things that were originally invented in Ancient China. There are literally hundreds of inventions that were developed in China before they were introduced anywhere else.

    However, there are four inventions in particular which stand out as having revolutionized not just Chinese civilization, but the entire world.

    Learn more about the four great inventions of ancient China, and how they impacted everyone on Earth, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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    In the early 1950s, war ravaged the Korean peninsula. However, the fighting ceased on July 27, 1953. Both sides of the conflict pulled back from the front and created a buffer zone 4 kilometers or 2.5 miles wide.

    That buffer zone still exists today.

    Learn more about the Korean Demilitarized Zone, its past and present, on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.

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