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You're walking down the street with a screaming toddler, barf all over your shirt, carrying a the bike they refuse to ride while pushing a stoller and a stranger stops you to give you some long-winded, well-intentioned advice. Sound familiar? This podcast isn't that. Listen to real life experiences on a variety of topics from parents who have been there and done that. Topics range from the realities of sleep deprivation, being barfed on, mental illness to the day-to-day monotanies of raising ...
 
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Polar Bear Swam in The Thames Have you ever been to London? Seen pictures of The Tower of London The River Thames? Have you thought about the wild life in England? Think about standing looking out at the river and watching a polar bear. We will absolutely have an episode about this soon or a season, but the Tower of London was once what you might h…
 
The Chess Playing Turk Automaton The magic trick that astounded the world was not made by a magician. It was not even intended to be a magic trick. It was a challenge and from the challenge one of the most interesting stories about magic and robots came to be. Maria Theresa of Austria had a performance planned for her court in 1769 to watch a demon…
 
Created by Name: John Joseph Merlin (1735-18030) Apprentice to James Cox.Musical inventor, created a museum called Merlin's Mechanical Museum in Princes Street In the 1760’s created something like inline skates but forgot a braking system, he tested these two-wheel skates at a party while playing a violin where he became closely acquainted with a l…
 
Jaques de Vaucanson Early Life: Jaques de Vaucanson was born in Grenoble, France in 1709 10th child to a poor family of glove makers Jaques wanted to become a clock maker as a child. His mother being very religious took Jaques to church with her. While she was in confession Jaques would watch the clock until he memorized its’ mechanisms to such per…
 
Please Hit That Subscribe & Like. Remember, sharing is caring. Leonardo DaVinci’s Robots History Podcast for Kids. Robot Lion, first self-driving cart, and robot lion all from the 1400’s! Share and press like. Early Life: 1452- 1519 born into a challenging circumstance in Florence, Italy, but was given an apprenticeship at a painter's studio. Fishi…
 
Name: Badīʿ az-Zaman Abu l-ʿIzz ibn Ismāʿīl ibn ar-Razāz al-Jazarī Early Life : Born 1136 CE Born in Upper Mesopotamia. Like his father, he served as chief engineer at Artuklu Palace. His book: The Book of knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices includes all we know of al- Jazari's life and only includes inventions he created himself. Wrote: The …
 
Lived: 1st century writing between 60-70 AD. Was a student of Ctesibius a man believed to be the head of the Museum of Alexandria. It is thought he was a teacher and lecturer there as well. Historians believe this since his writings appear to be lecture notes. He was also inspired by Inspired by Philo of Byzantium (3 centuries before wrote about th…
 
Archytas of Terentum First Drone mathematician, political leader (elected seven times), and philosopher Alive and active during the time of Plato. We know this because he sent a ship to rescue Plato from Syracuse. (not the city → this guy). We only have four fragments of Archytas' work. We mostly rely on writings that took place fifty years after h…
 
Today I want to talk about Elizabeth Jennings her story is about the importance of challenging systems A special thank you to Mo Rocca and his show Mobituaries for bringing Elizabeth Jennings to my attention and patching up a massive hole in my US. history education. Elizabeth Jennings-Grahm Born free in 1827 to a freeborn father and a mother who w…
 
For the start of black history month, we are going to head all the way back to the old west to meet a man who has been long thought to be the inspiration behind The Lone Ranger. Take a listen through and if you are familiar with the TV show or watched the latest movie let me know below what you think. Without any dispute Bass Reeves was one of the …
 
Pandora: The myth of Pandora can be read as a warning against artificial intelligence or AI. As the first AI being created (by Hephaestus) she did define the chaos of what AI can bring. In Hesiod’s Theogony Pandora is made as a response to Prometheus giving the human’s fire. Zeus seemed to think that was just a step too far in the human power direc…
 
Hello everyone and this is our first week of robots the history! Robots, can you tell excited I am? Welcome to I can't believe this happened. We are going to start with ancient Greece and we're going, to begin with, the robot Talos. Links: Hephaestus Minos Zeus Crete Colossus of Rhodes Do You Want To Contribute? Did you find the wrong fact? Do you …
 
Hello everyone and welcome to I Can't Believe that Happened, a short history podcast for kids and curious adults.. Thank you so much for your patience. I know that was a really long break and I am sorry but I think that your patience is going to be worth it because I have been researching for a new season and that is going to be the history of robo…
 
Jean- Eugene-Robert-Houdin- (December 7, 1805 – June 13, 1871) “A magician is merely an actor playing the part of a magician.” Jean was born in Blois France to a watchmaker. His father was set on Robert becoming a lawyer. Robert was set on becoming a watchmaker. He had a job as a clerk in a law office for a short time where he spent most of his tim…
 
visit www.owlandtwine.com to sign up for our newsletter and see the images discussed in the podcast. A for kids history podcast in 10 minutes. This week the emperor of America, Edward Norton. Hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle to the New York Times. Edward Norton was a visionary of the gold rush who made decrees from equal rights to building the…
 
Hey all this is Monica from I can't believe that happened and I am so grateful for all of you coming back to the podcast it was a very long and unexpected but I try to have some exciting news I took the time because I was reading a book and I could really use your help on this it's at I will and Twine.com that's the website and I cannot live in som…
 
Hazel Dorthy Scott born June 11, 1920 in Trinidad her parent: R. Thomas Scott a West African scholar from Liverpool and mother Alma long Scott a music teacher and classical pianist. Jazz and classical pianist Age 4 taken to New York as a musical prodigy 8 given a scholarship to Julliard when the start age is suppose to be 16 At 15 she started her o…
 
For the last week of Black History month 2019 I want to introduce on of my heroes: Bessie Coleman. Bessie Coleman amazes me by her sheer energy and rufusal to let ANYTHING detour her dreams, even when they do not work out, even when every odd is against her, even when her plane crashes she takes it in stride and creates a new plan. Some of you know…
 
Sources for Ida B Wells: Activist, Journalist, and Teacher: Black History Month National Women's History Museum: https://www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/ida-b-wells-barnett Biography: https://www.biography.com/people/ida-b-wells-952763 NY Times Overlooked Obituaries: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/obituaries/overlook…
 
Robert Smalls was born a slave in South Carolina April 5, 1839 At 12 years old Robert Smalls’ owners rented him out to work in the town and on the water as a lamplighter, sailmaker, and sailor. This was where he learned the skills he would later use to make his daring escape and when he met his wife Hannah Smalls. At this time Union ships blockaded…
 
This week we are are going back to the 1860’s to learn all about two dogs who ruled the city: Bummer and Lazarus. They were friends with the King of America (Emperor Norton) and with Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain). The city fell head over tails for these pups and they could do no wrong in the populations of San Francisco’s eyes. One day outside of Mar…
 
*Show Notes for Barnum’s American History Museum* Barnum museum The Barnum Museum was arguably the wonder of the world in the 1800’s. If you watched /The Greatest Showman/ you can get the filmmaker’s idea of what the Barnum’s American Museum was like. Unfortunately, I feel like they really missed an opportunity, as wonderful as the Greatest Showman…
 
The exciting conclusion to the story of Charles Stratton or as P.T. Barnum named him, Tom Thumb. In This episode you will learn about how he met his wife Lavinia Warren and all about their "Fairy Wedding". Tune in next week for Lavinia Warren's Story from school teacher to star to entrepreneur. Thank you so much for listening! If you enjoyed here a…
 
I cheated a little bit since Tom Thumb was a member of the tour and P.T. Barnum's American Museum but was not apart of an actual circus. Please forgive I could not resist doing an episode on Charles Stratton (General Tom Thumb). If you happen to have seen The Greatest Showman (As I have a dozen times) you might remember him. While I LOVE the movie …
 
How did circuses begin? How did people decide to start flying through the air and swinging from the top of circus tents? Who started what we think of as a circus? Take a listen to our bite size history podcast fro kids and curious adults. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Helen Keller You might have heard her name before. I am relatively certain you have but I am guessing that you heard about her in the same way I was taught about Helen Keller, almost as an accessory to her teacher’s story. I am so excited to get to introduce all of you to a woman that until I began researching I only knew as a brave disabled woman …
 
There are some people who cannot abide cruelty or injustice in the world and will do literally anything to mange things right. At a time when women were struggling for basic rights Nellie Bly took her power which was her writing and journalism to take on institutions that housed those who were not mentally well. “That such an institution could be m…
 
Welcome back! I'm so excited to share this episode with you! I got to interview Liza Dailey, an amazing woman whom I have always admired from afar. I finally decided to ask her about her parenting secrets. Enjoy every nugget of gold she dispenses. I truly enjoyed learning from her. Her introduction below was written by her daughter and my friend, L…
 
Welcome to this weeks I Can't Believe that Happened your history podcast for kids or curious grownups so I thought that we would start today with the more unusual circus act and unusual is just because it wasn't traditionally what you would think of when you're thinking of a circus act there were no elephants but that that doesn't make this woman a…
 
Podcast for kids Perfect for Homeschool learn all about the history of the circus and one of the most famous lion tamers in history, Clyde Beatty Clyde Beatty was born in 1903 in Bainbridge Ohio. He was so inspired after seeing his first circus he decided to start his own when he was 9 using his own pets as acts and neighbors as an audience. When C…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to this week's I Can't Believe That Happened. Last week we wrapped up the history of dogs segment and if you haven't listened please go to Itunes and take a listen especially about the WWI pit bull hero Sgt. Stubby who saved his unit. I am sure I will do another segment on dogs. Please leave comments if you have a topic y…
 
Bonnie Partridge is the mom of 6 children and grandmother to 24 grandchildren. She is lucky to live within 30 minutes of all 6 children so she can see them often. She and her husband Bill both graduated from Skyline High School in Salt Lake City and the University of Utah (go Utes!). They married in 1972. They've lived in various places including N…
 
Royal Dogs Dogs have long been popular in Royal households even when they were not hunters or protector dogs have had a special place in royal homes. Here are the top 5 things you didn't know about Royal Dogs from history.' I. In 1715 the Duchess d' Orleans reported to a friend that her grandson the Duc de Charles was placed in a miniature triumpha…
 
Sgt Stubby (Now a movie: Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero) 1917 Private J. Robert Conroy found a brindle pup with a stubby tail which becomes the dog's name. Stubby started his military career as the mascot for the 102nd Infantry 26 the Yankee Division. Stubby was a quick study learning bugle calls, drills, and even found his own way to salute putting…
 
Hello everyone and thank you so much for tuning in to this week I Can't Believe That Happened a podcast about history for kids. Today we are talking all about the crazy history of pugs from the Chinese Empire To Queen Victoria. Pugs originated in China, dating back to the Han dynasty (B.C. 206 to A.D. 200). Some historians believe they are related …
 
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