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Big If True
Big If True is a biweekly podcast for kids dedicated to exploring the truth behind big things. You can find shownotes and other extras at bigiftrue.abbymullen.org!
Feb 25, 2021
In this episode, we're learning about the biggest ships in the navy: aircraft carriers! Find out what it's like to live on this gigantic ship and also fly off it at tremendous speed! Shownotes at bigiftrue.abbymullen.org.
Feb 11, 2021
In this episode, we explore the truth about giant clams---and their skills as farmers and sunlight-diverters! Our guest Alison Sweeney tells us about where giant clams live, how they get so big, and why they glow!
Jan 28, 2021
Our show today is all about the technology that makes this app--and this podcast--possible: the Internet! Justine Sherry, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, takes us through what the Internet is and why we use it for so many things. Shownotes are at bigiftrue.abbymullen.org.
Jan 14, 2021
We investigate a big storm: hurricanes! Matthew Cappucci of the Capital Weather Gang takes us through what hurricanes are, how they form, what they feel like, and why they're so dangerous. More info and shownotes at bigiftrue.abbymullen.org.
Dec 31, 2020
In this episode, we investigate the truth about the biggest instrument in the orchestra: the piano. Our guest, Mark Irchai, not only tells us about the piano, but he plays some fantastic music for us as well! Find our show notes at bigiftrue.abbymullen.org.
Dec 31, 2020
The Appalachian Trail
In our first episode, we're checking out our first big thing: the Appalachian Trail! Our expert guest, Mills Kelly, will take us through how big the trail is and why it's so important. Show notes are available at bigiftrue.abbymullen.org.
Nov 22, 2020
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Big If True is a podcast produced every other week by Abby and Maggie, a mom and daughter who love to learn new things. In this podcast, we're learning about BIG THINGS, and we're talking to experts to help us. Join us for 10-20 minutes every other week to learn about lots of big things, from big in size, to big in reach, to big in impact.