Think Again: A Big Think Podcast

We surprise the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. Check out our promo and subscribe now. Episode 1 launches 6/20/15.

Think Again: A Big Think Podcast

UPDATES (6/10/15): THINK AGAIN is a "New and Noteworthy" featured podcast on iTunes, and has reached #33 in iTunes Podcasts, ahead of blockbusters like The Tim Ferriss Show and The Joe Rogan Experience. 


We have officially launched Episode Zero of Think Again, a podcast from Big Think. Episode Zero gives you a preview of what our full series — launching June 20th — will be like. In it, we surprise some of the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. With host Jason Gots and special guests Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, Jane McGonigal, Jason Silva, and many more...

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The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle may finally be solved

Meteorologists propose a stunning new explanation for the mysterious events in the Bermuda Triangle.

Surprising Science

One of life's great mysteries, the Bermuda Triangle might have finally found an explanation. This strange region, that lies in the North Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Miami and San Juan, Puerto Rico, has been the presumed cause of dozens and dozens of mind-boggling disappearances of ships and planes.

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Thousands of Nazis held big rallies in America less than 100 years ago

Nazi supporters held huge rallies and summer camps for kids throughout the United States in the 1930s.

League of the Friends of the New Germany rally at Madison Square Garden. 1934.

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Politics & Current Affairs
  • During the 1930s, thousands of Americans sympathized with the Nazis, holding huge rallies.
  • The rallies were organized by the American German Bund, which wanted to spread Nazi ideology.
  • Nazi supporters also organized summer camps for kids to teach them their values.
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Coffee and green tea may lower death risk for some adults

Tea and coffee have known health benefits, but now we know they can work together.


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Surprising Science
  • A new study finds drinking large amounts of coffee and tea lowers the risk of death in some adults by nearly two thirds.
  • This is the first study to suggest the known benefits of these drinks are additive.
  • The findings are great, but only directly apply to certain people.
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Why San Francisco felt like the set of a sci-fi flick

But most city dwellers weren't seeing the science — they were seeing something out of Blade Runner.

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