What does it take to make yourself anonymous online? The Internet was made for sharing information, after all — concealing your communications and identity ain’t easy. We’re joined by Ben of Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know to break down why it’s so difficult and what lengths you’d have to go to if you wanted to surf truly anonymously.
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Tasked with building Stalin’s new army of super soldiers, Russian scientist Dr. Ilya Ivanov attempted to breed monkeys and human beings. Learn more about humanzees — and the people who think they already exist — in this episode of Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know.
It’s true: The KGB really did have deep cover spies in the United States — and they weren’t the only ones. So how does infiltrating a government work? Who’s done it, and why? Tune in to Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know for more.
In countless works of fiction, authors use quantum mechanics to explain things like telepathy, teleportation or the shape of the universe. Why? Tune in to this episode of Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know to learn more about quantum physics — and why, in some cases, the truth may be stranger than fiction.
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