21:42 | Oct 23rd, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Love is weird. How can this thing take over your body and bend it to its will? Tai looks to science, philosophy and his mom for answers.
Do you want to understand the actual science of love and how it works in your brain? Tai Asks Why — a big questions podcast hosted by a prec...Show More
28:00 | Sep 4th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Tai and his friends all have experiences of being bullied. And, as he learns, it’s a pretty universal thing - even trees are known to bully other trees! Why is such an unpleasant thing so widespread? ...Show More
Honestly, Tai is a remarkable human that happens to be a kid. This episode is a fantastic example. It was smart, compassionate and genuinely...Show More
02:55 | Aug 28th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Meet Tai Poole - a little guy with big questions. Join him as he heads from universities to playgrounds seeking answers. He may not solve all the mysteries of life, but give him a break ... he's only ...Show More
A beautifully produced series hosted by Tai Poole, our youngest podcaster ever! This little guy comes up with his own big questions, like: ...Show More
26:51 | Aug 28th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Tai’s brother Kien thinks he can talk to ducks. We’ve taught our animals to sit and stay, but that’s not the same as us learning their language, you know? Do animals have language? And if they do, cou...Show More
21:56 | Nov 21st, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Tai is freaking out about climate change. He's worried we're doomed. Tides are rising, species are dying from all of the heat. He's finding it hard to have hope...until he meets a man from NASA.
19:27 | Nov 14th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Before he fully spoke English, Tai's first language was math. He loves numbers! Now he's talking to mathematicians about the ultimate coolness of two very special numbers: zero and infinity.
24:46 | Nov 7th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
After thinking through a recent terrifying nightmare, Tai starts to question the importance of dreams. Why can't our minds just do nothing when we sleep?
24:18 | Oct 23rd, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
We've all heard the saying trust your gut, but is that scientifically accurate? Tai grapples with what that really means. If our guts are making decisions does that mean there's a brain in our gut?