Ever wondered how fireflies light up? Ever wonder why Americans drive on the right side of the road? Ever wondered why the sky is blue? Wonder no more as Phil and Campbell Valentine answer some of the questions we've all wondered about.
Sumer was the very first organized human civilization. It was located in what is now modern-day Iraq. How important is Sumer? It was the civilization that gave us mathematics, irrigation, and the wheel. Phil and Campbell Valentine explore ancient Sumer.
Some say the Middle Ages never existed. Some say Queen Elizabeth was actually not a queen at all. Some say FDR was tipped off about the attack on Pearl Harbor, but allowed it to happen anyway. Phil and Campbell Valentine talk Conspiracies: Part 3.
The name Einstein is synonymous with genius. How smart was he? Some of his theories are still debated today. He left an indelible mark on science. Phil and Campbell Valentine explore the interesting life of one of the few eggheads to become an international celebrity.
Obviously the entire history of rock & roll is too much for one episode. Instead, Phil and Campbell Valentine look at the origins of rock & roll. Where'd it come from? How'd it start? Who was responsible? It's all here on this episode of The PodGOATs.
The first one was so popular it demanded a part 2. Phil and Campbell Valentine talk about some predictions made back in the 1960s of what life would be like now. They also make some predictions of their own for the next decade in Future Part 2.
Egypt just may be the greatest civilizations of all time. Ancient Egypt literally spanned almost 3,000 years. Thirty centuries of pharaohs, innovation, inventions, and, of course, the pyramids. From King Menes to Cleopatra, Phil and Campbell Valentine talk ancient Egypt.
She captured the heart of the world. Her tragic marriage was only surpassed by her tragic death. No one will forget that shy, pretty girl who was plucked from obscurity to become the most famous woman on Earth. Phil and Campbell Valentine talk Diana.