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The Science of Pokemon

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We are a podcast dedicated to the study of of the physical and social sciences in Pokemon and having a whole ton of fun along the way.

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We are a podcast dedicated to the study of of the physical and social sciences in Pokemon and having a whole ton of fun along the way.

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What are Pokèmon diets???

By Pobblez - Aug 28 2019
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This is a topic my dad and I have discussed w/ each other. I HAVE TO KNOW THIS PLEASE! Thank you!

Amazing

By wolfqueen333 - Aug 18 2019
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Very good podcast! I’m learning a lot!

iTunes Ratings

62 Ratings
Average Ratings
53
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1
2
5

What are Pokèmon diets???

By Pobblez - Aug 28 2019
Read more
This is a topic my dad and I have discussed w/ each other. I HAVE TO KNOW THIS PLEASE! Thank you!

Amazing

By wolfqueen333 - Aug 18 2019
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Very good podcast! I’m learning a lot!
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The Science of Pokemon

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We are a podcast dedicated to the study of of the physical and social sciences in Pokemon and having a whole ton of fun along the way.

Rank #1: The Truth about Cat and Dog, Pokemon

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On this episode of the Science of Pokemon, we dive into the world of cats and dogs to see just how wrong it is to compare the to. Where did these animals come from? What did we do to deserve dogs? With so many cats and dog Pokemon to talk about, we are giving you the chance to decide who gets to sleep on the bed and who has to be an outside pet. Cats vs. Dogs Pokemon, a classic showdown that you can decide the winner of and have a chance to have some sweet prizes

Polling will be at the link below

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Jan 25 2018

31mins

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Rank #2: Mareep in the Big City: The Unova special

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On this Episode of The Science of Pokemon, we take a trip away from the hard sciences and get into the social sciences behind Unova. This was the first game ever to be based on a place that wasn't Japan. Why was that? How many Easter eggs were added? Was making a Pokemon based on ice cream a bad idea? Lets dive in and talk about the Region that never sleeps

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Dec 23 2017

35mins

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Rank #3: Buggin' Out

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On today's episode, we go into the details on the creepy crawlies that make up the Bug Types. Sit back and learn about what makes a bug, where did all the giant bugs go, and the bug types that live in our world, including Veteran Lucas's most hated Pokémon design!!

Nov 23 2017

28mins

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Rank #4: The Rat Race

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On this episode, Veteran Lucas and Fisherman Don take a look at the rodents that make up the Pokemon world. Sometimes seen as pests, these animals are some of nature's greatest survivors and they made their way into the games with some of their tricks. How have rats survived for so long. Does Patrat suck? Is Bidoof a god you should fear and respect(yes)? We hope you enjoy our look at these tiny, unstoppable creatures.

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Apr 12 2019

39mins

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Rank #5: Big Meaty Claws

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Are ya ready kids?! Because on this episode of the Science of Pokemon we are discussing the bugs of the sea, the crustaceans. These highly edible animals are more than just something we eat, but are in fact a vital part of the world's oceans and have come up with some crazy ways to survive. How strong is a Kingler? Would a Whimpod steal your tongue? Is Corphish going to destory the world? Let's crack open these beauties and find out what makes them so awesome!

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Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfZsUbD6Q7Y&list=PLvzabpb-YXgjQWvB3hb2UzmM3xs4xYGYB

Our second live episode location on August 27th 8pm: https://youtu.be/xqjKGk364vc

Aug 23 2018

37mins

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Rank #6: The Odd Couples

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On this episode, we take a look at the different relationships Pokemon have with each other. In nature, most animals have some form of bond with another organism, whether they want to or not and Pokemon is no different. What are the gains/costs of teamwork? Why do Tarantulas have pet frogs? Is Pelipper secretly a monster? Together, we group up and find out!

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May 13 2019

33mins

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Rank #7: The Ugly Ducklet

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On this episode of The Science of Pokemon, we take to the skies and go back to where it all began for us. We have talked about flight, but we wanted to go deeper into the science of birds, one of the most dominant animals on the planet and ones we take for granted. Where did birds get all their adaptations for flight? Are pigeons smarter than we think? Does Murkrow get a bad rap? Let's take the leap and learn more about our underappreciated, feathered friends.

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Mar 25 2019

41mins

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Rank #8: Hook, Line, And Sinker

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On this episode of The Science of Pokemon, we dive on in to the world of fish and study what these animals are capable of and just how they translate to the Pokemon world. What exactly is a fish? Are Sharpedos as bad as they say? Is Magikarp the best Pokemon in the game? Let's dive on in and find out

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Mar 15 2018

38mins

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Rank #9: The Lost World Of Cretaceous Park Birthday Episode

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Welcome to the one year anniversary special episode!! On this episode, we dig into the world of fossils, but we don't do it alone. We bring a special guest from The Common Descent Podcast, Will Harris, to teach us about fossils and how much pokemon got right when creating these extinct creatures. Can you bring a fossil to life? Could Areodactyl even fly? What fossils are we missing? Let's turn back the clock and see what we can learn about these long dead marvels.

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Sep 23 2018

49mins

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Rank #10: Don't Transfer Your Pokemon!! (Feat. Alex Underhill)

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On this episode, we have our guest Alex Underhill from The Hyper Voice Podcast stop by to teach us about electrical engineering. We take a look at why the would needs engineers as well as what the future holds for the hardware of our favorite franchise. How does game communication actually work? Is harvesting electricity unethical? Did Professor Oak lose my Charmander? We hope you enjoy this episode with us!

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Jul 31 2019

34mins

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Rank #11: Rise of the Thunderbird

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On this episode of the Science of Pokemon, Professor Collins takes the reigns a guides us through our most serious episode to date. We discuss native cultures of North America and what influences they had on us as well as the games. We do not take this topic lightly and we hope you enjoy this tribute to native tribes that may have been forgotten. What cultures did Pokemon borrow from? Where did the myth of the Thunderbird originate? Is Braviary as American as we think?

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Feb 25 2019

42mins

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Rank #12: Incredible Invertebrates

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On this episode of The Science of Pokemon, we take a closer look at the animals that rule the world, but can't stand up straight. The invertebrates, animals without backbones, make up most of the world's animals, but we rarely get to explore just how an animal with no brain or heart even work. How many of these animals are there? How does a Staryu eat? Why are there no worm Pokemon? Lots to learn and only so much time to do it! We hope you all enjoy it

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Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfZsUbD6Q7Y&list=PLvzabpb-YXgjQWvB3hb2UzmM3xs4xYGYB

Aug 11 2018

38mins

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Rank #13: Great Adaptations

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On this episode, we break down some of the different abilities in the Pokemon world and the real animals that have them. We also have a talk about adaptations and how they come and go though natural selection. What is convergent evolution? What ability should Mightyena have? Are Giraffes at war with a tree? Sit back, acclimate, and enjoy!

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Apr 23 2019

34mins

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Rank #14: Krookodile Rock!

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On this episode of the Science of Pokemon, we take a look at the scaly, , diverse, and sometimes overfeared world of reptiles. While people may be scared of them, they have proliferated into one of the most widespread animals groups on the planet and we are here to talk about the ones pokemon used in their game. Do these animals have a personality? How far could a Krookodile see? How many snakes traits does Ekans have? We hope you enjoy as we banter our way through another fun episode.

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Sep 16 2018

50mins

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Rank #15: Float Like A Butterfree (Round 1)

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On this episode, we take our first look into fighting types, focusing on the martial arts of western culture. While not as flashy to film, they make a great way of looking into how some of our favorite fighting types got their fighting styles. How long have we been hitting each other for fun? Is Machamp secretly a genius? Does hitmontop deserve your respect? Turn into this round 1 as we see just how we got our favorite western fighters.

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Jun 21 2019

48mins

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