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I Don't Understand with William Shatner

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Join host William Shatner and seek to answer fascinating and timely questions that pique the natural interest of everyone but that are too-often overlooked by establishment media. “I Don’t Understand” is for curious intellectuals who’d rather be educated than merely entertained by their TV, coming face to face with some of today’s most perplexing conundrums with each mind-blowing episode.

Jul 22, 2021 07:21

What is a muon and why should I care?

A few months ago, a group of really smart physicists made a discovery. They were working on an experiment involving muons, which are small subatomic particles, when they found that these particles appeared to be breaking the laws of physics. It was an amazing discovery but what does it mean? And how does it affect you and me? Research Associate for Fermilab Saskia Charity joins William Shatner on this week's episode of 'I Don't Understand' to explain what a muon is and why we should care.

Jul 14, 2021 06:58

The truth behind why we lie

According to recent studies, we will be lied to between 20-200 times on any given day and over the course of one week, we deceive people up to 30% of the time. So why do we lie? And what motivates us to tell these little - or sometimes big - lies? Lying expert and author Pamela Meyer joins William Shatner on this week's episode of 'I Don't Understand' to delve into the science behind deceit and how we are able to detect when someone is lying to us.