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Join us for true stories about the adventures, heroes, and misfits that shaped society by exploring and pushing the limits of the unknown. Each episode is a short story about interesting people, beautiful places, and the challenging decisions of some of history’s greatest adventures. We explore famous firsts, near misses, lost expeditions, pioneering missions, quirky events, forgotten achievements - and why they matter. Adventures highlight the extremes of the human experience. Risks amplify ...
 
Nerd dads Carlin Trammel (Nerd Lunch and Pod, James Pod) and Michael May (Michael May's Adventure Blog and Kill All Monsters comic) explore the concepts of and put into practice what it means to pass along their nerdy/geeky interests to their kids. Join them in their nerd parenting journey.
 
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From 1891-1909, Matthew Henson dedicated his life to exploring the Arctic. Originally, Robert Peary hired Henson as a servant, but in 1908, when it was time for Peary’s third and final attempt to reach the North Pole, it was Henson who was Peary’s most trusted partner. As a Black American at the turn of the century, he faced constant racism, but in…
 
If you haven’t listened to Part 1, we recommend that you listen to that episode first. Part 2 begins with Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland almost halfway around the world. Bly had no idea she was racing anything but the fictional record in Jules Verne’s novel, Around The World in 80 Days. Did either of them make it in less than 80 days? Did they ev…
 
In 1889, Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland left New York with the goal of setting the fastest known time record for traveling around the world. Nellie Bly had the idea to beat the fictional record set in the book, Around The World in 80 Days. Elizabeth Bisland was sent in the opposite direction to race Nellie Bly. Both women were in their mid-20’s, …
 
Takamure Itsue’s long hike around the island of Shikoku, Japan, was revolutionary in many ways. Not only did she visit 88 temples on her 900 mile pilgrimage, but she learned to observe the world in new ways and write her own story. As a young woman, everyone told her that she shouldn’t attempt the dangerous route. Hiking through the mud and rain, s…
 
Cousteau went from being nearly paralyzed and rarely swimming to becoming a pioneering explorer of the underwater world. In the middle of WWII, in occupied France, Cousteau and his friends experimented with new techniques and went on countless adventures underwater. Despite the risks and violating pretty much every rule of scuba diving safety, they…
 
In 1970, a few elk near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, became famous. Researchers had the bold idea to try and track elk migrations using the Nimbus III weather satellite. It was the first attempt to track a living thing from space. Newspapers from around the world followed the adventures of the Space Elk and the development of satellite tracking. It was t…
 
Welcome back to the Adventure Almanac, stories about adventure, and what we learn along the way. On Season 2 of the podcast, we have five short stories about adventures from across the globe. We test big ideas on big adventures as we race to the North Pole and race around the world. We also follow small adventures that develop into big ideas. From …
 
Ynés Mexía was a Mexican-American woman adventurer who found her purpose late in life and became an unstoppable explorer and botanist. She traveled across North and South America cataloging thousands of plants and self-funded her solo travels from Alaska to Chile. She explored the wildest places and proved that it is never too late to start your ne…
 
Marshall Taylor became the first Black American to win a world championship and the fastest cyclist alive. He lived a life of adventure that took him from a small farm in Illinois to traveling the world to compete in cycling competitions. He persevered against all odds and became one of the most famous athletes alive. https://adventurenerds.com/pod…
 
Mountaineering is a team sport. We all stand on the shoulders of giants whether we are a mountain climber or not. Hillary and Norgay completed the first summit of Mt. Everest, but this episode is less about standing on top of a mountain and more about what it takes to do hard things. Even if you are not a mountain climber, we hope you enjoy the sto…
 
Did you know that good camping food might be one of the main reasons why the US has a National Parks system? Steven Mather usually gets most of the credit for founding the National Parks Service, but the American landscape and Tie Sing’s cooking made a very memorable impression on the group. Tie Sing was a Chinese-American cook that used creativity…
 
What was your favorite road trip? Do you remember your first road trip? Bertha Benz and Karl Benz started the automobile factory that became Mercedes-Benz. However, if it wasn’t for Bertha, Karl’s automobile might not have made it out of the garage. In this episode, we learn about the creation of the first automobile, and Bertha’s courage and creat…
 
Last time Carlin and Annaliese talked about LOST, Annaliese dominated the conversation with a question or two she had about the show after having seen two seasons. Well, NOW she's seen the whole series so hear her thoughts on the characters, plots and divisive ending of this game-changing television series.…
 
Dashiell has seen the original X-Men trilogy as well as X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past. So let's talk about them! Hear Dashiell's thoughts on all the characters, who his favorite is, which line is the best in the first movie, why time travel is so confusing and which character needs to put on some clothes. Also, learn about the B…
 
An epic movie deserves an epic episode. For only the second time in Dragonfly Ripple history, the entire Dragonfly Ripple and Jetpack Tiger crew assemble to talk over Avengers: Endgame. Did everyone enjoy it? What were the favorite moments? Who cried the most? The answers are here along with SPOILERS galore!…
 
FINALLY! The long wait is over. Dashiell and Carlin have read the Man of Steel mini series written by Brian Michael Bendis. Hear what they think! Is Superman finally Dashiell's guy?โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
Carlin and Dashiell get back to the Superman comics project they talked about last year. This time, they pick up the filler Superman Special and Action Comics Special and find out they truly are just fillers. Also, is Superman Dashiell's "guy?" Listen and find out.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
Carlin and Dashiell check out the post-Rebirth Flash run by Joshua Williamson and various artists. Also: An update on where things are at with their Superman reading project.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
David and Michael finish their MCU rewatch (before watching the brand new Captain Marvel, anyway) with a discussion of what Ant-Man and the Wasp adds to the series.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
David and Michael spend some extra time on Black Panther, going through the film scene by scene; talking about their favorite parts as well as a couple of things they (well, Michael, really) didn't like.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
David and Michael discuss the Avengers' break-up, focusing on the Accords and how each character responds to them. And getting introspective, they also talk about what they might do if asked to sign.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
Our most philosophical episode yet. A discussion about what happened in the movie Stranger Than Fiction and more specifically, how did the metaphysics work in that movie. Be warned...there are massive spoilers in this podcast for the movie.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
Annaliese and Carlin discuss two of the Christopher Guest-directed mockumentaries: Best in Show and A Mighty Wind. Also, Harlan Pepper better stop naming nuts.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
An episode that was supposed to be about Ghostbusters went off the rail super quick. So this is mostly a huge waste of time that snowballs into one of the oddest episodes we've ever done. Plus: Annaliese discovers Grimace from the McDonaldland characters for the first time.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
A show that Carlin has been itching to do since the podcast began! Annaliese has finally watched the UK sci-fi comedy, Red Dwarf. Find out if it was everything to her that Carlin made it out to be.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
Concluding an earlier discussion about the 1960s Batman series, Carlin and the kids have finally finished that series and discuss the oddities of season 3, only to follow that up with something even worse...1979's Legend of the Superheroes. Is Legend canon? Listen to our discussion on it to find out what we think.…
 
David and Michael talk about their favorite parts of the superhero comedy and whether its villain is worthy of the rest of it. They also start ranking the MCU heroes in this episode and wonder why they haven't been doing that all along.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
We've talked about the Bone comics before with Annaliese, but now Dashiell has taken it upon himself to read the comics. Annaliese hosts this edition of the show where Dashiell gives his thoughts on this epic comic book series from Jeff Smith.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
A few months ago, we talked about the first half of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Now here how Annaliese liked the back half which includes the Dominion War, the death of a major character and a slew of new characters.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
David and Michael discuss the second Avengers movie and whether it lives up to the promise of the first one. They also talk about Brutasha, compare Quicksilvers, and decide how they'd like to see the X-Men introduced to the MCU.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
David and Michael discuss Marvel's exploration of the space opera genre, the characters that inhabit it, and how it connects to the rest of the Cinematic Universe.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
David and Michael hash out why this is one of David's least favorite Marvel movies, but one of Michael's favorites. There's some Agents of Shield discussion along the way, but mostly it's all spies and lies and the mortality of Nick Fury.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
David and Michael discuss the evolution of Loki's character arc, the Thor/Jane 'ship, and whether Malekith is a good villain. And of course, lots of connections to the other Marvel movies.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
Michael and David discuss the first MCU sequel and talk about whether it stands on its own as a story or if it's mostly just there to set up future films. And starting with this episode, they begin ranking the MCU movies and villains so far.โดย dragonflyrippleshow@gmail.com
 
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