Explain Like I'm 5: Bite sized answers to stuff you should know about - in a mini podcast
Summary: Explain Like I'm Five, aka ELI5, is the mini-podcast series where we take the questions you always wanted to ask, and talk about them in a way that is easy to understand. Made possible by the amazing reddit community at r/explainlikeimfive. See episode show notes for user credits.
ELI5 Golf - why are white balls the standard?
ELI5 Milk and Eggs - why cows and chickens became the standards for milk and eggs?
ELI5 Natural Gas - why doesn’t the flame from a gas stove ignite the supply line?
ELI5 Soda - why it tastes different out of a can vs a glass bottle?
ELI5 Right and Left Hand Traffic - which is more popular?
ELI5 Cotton - why cotton shirts feel stiffer when hung to dry?
ELI5 Smallpox - is it related to monkeypox?
ELI5 Stable Coins - how do they work?
ELI5 Special Agents - what makes them special vs just ‘agents’?
ELI5 Hostile Takeovers - explain Twitter's poison pill like I'm 5?
ELI5 Gaslighting - what exactly does it mean?
ElI5 Nuclear Disasters - why Hiroshima isn’t a dead city like Chernobyl
ELI5 Easter - why the bunny and chocolate eggs?
ELI5 Legos - how do lego bricks not lose tension after years of repetitive play?
ELI5 Basketball - why is there a backboard?