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World Changers

English, Education, 1 season, 33 episodes, 17 hours, 7 minutes
Short biographies of the greatest men and women that have ever lived. Come with us as we analyze the lives of people such as Leonardo da Vinci, Sir Isaac Newton and Abraham Lincoln. Why were these people great? Why did they change the world? Subscribe now to find out! Support this podcast:
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Harriet Tubman

From a slave that was beaten as a child to the future face of the 20 dollar bill. Harriet Tubman changed the worlds of 100's of enslaved african americans by being the "Moses" of the Underground Railroad.  She was a spy, a cook, a "conductor" and she had a persevering1 spirit like none other we have seen.  --- Support this podcast:
5/28/201922 minutes, 49 seconds
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Nelson Mandela

How can a man spend half his adult life in prison and still change the world? Enter Nelson Mandela, the courageous political activist that ended apartheid in South Africa and almost lost his life in doing so. There are many men that even with honest intentions are corrupted by power. Nelson is one of the few exceptions and thus a World Changer! #prisoner46664 --- Support this podcast:
5/8/201927 minutes, 36 seconds
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Beaten as a child, ugly, bad at school and a loner. Those apparently are the ingredients to the greatest composer of all time. Ludwig Van Beethoven brought music to the same tier as literature and art and even eclipsed, as many would say, the great Mozart. Come with us as we show  you why Beethoven was a world changer.  --- Support this podcast:
4/25/201927 minutes, 14 seconds
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Ghengis Khan

He had 500 wives and has 350 million descendants today! He united the mongols and conquered more land than any man on earth. He seems to be ruthless in one moment and inspired in the next. China, Mongolia, Europe, Middle East and more all had their cultures influenced by this man. He allowed freedom of religion and thus had followers from Christianity to Islam to Buddhism.  --- Support this podcast:
4/16/201924 minutes, 57 seconds
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This guy shook things up! He dropped bowling balls off the leaning tower of pisa, pissed off the pope and pretty much said Aristotle is an idiot. Also, he is Einstein's favorite scientist (heart emoji) --- Support this podcast:
3/27/201929 minutes, 10 seconds
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Nikola Tesla

A child of light, he was born during a thunderstorm. His like was full of amazing breakthroughs and heart wrenching defeats. Follow us as we learn about one of the greatest minds to ever walk the Earth.  --- Support this podcast:
3/21/201929 minutes, 59 seconds
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Karl Marx

He lived a penurious life often forced to cadge money from friends and family. He was an exile who bounced from country to country constantly rejected. He died broke and alone. Yet, his ideas have inspired more change than few others before or after. Follow us as we explore the life of the Prussian born philosopher Karl Marx and what ultimately led to communism.  --- Support this podcast:
3/15/201925 minutes, 10 seconds
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Mozart was writing music as early as 5. At 6 he was touring Europe amazing the nobility. Although most child prodigies fade as they mature, Mozart was able to continue his brilliance and ultimately change the world --- Support this podcast:
3/11/201931 minutes, 36 seconds
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John Quincy Adams

Today I’m joined by Professor Matthew Mason of Brigham Young University. He has published numerous books including “John Quincy Adams and the Politics of Slavery: Selections from the Diary.” He guides us through the USA’s best Ex-President and how he took an early stand against slavery. --- Support this podcast:
3/8/201933 minutes, 50 seconds
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One of the world's greatest murders. He almost became a priest but instead decided to rule over the backward country of Russia and raise them into one of the world's superpowers, all while killing millions.  --- Support this podcast:
3/5/201927 minutes, 27 seconds
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This is a short educational summary of the life of Aristotle. Some consider him the greatest man who has ever lived. He has done more to science and philosophy than almost anyone. The pupil of Plato and the tutor of Alexander the Great.  --- Support this podcast:
2/25/201921 minutes, 51 seconds
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Jesus Christ

A short summary of the dope life of Jesus Christ --- Support this podcast:
2/19/201928 minutes, 54 seconds
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Mao Zedong

Mao killed millions of his own people in the pursuit of a fair and classless society. Even though he has killed more people than Hitler, he is still revered in an eerie way to this day! --- Support this podcast:
2/5/201929 minutes, 9 seconds
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George Washington

A short summary of the life of George Washington --- Support this podcast:
1/25/201931 minutes, 15 seconds
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Marie Curie

A short summary of the dope life of Marie Curie --- Support this podcast:
1/17/201929 minutes, 4 seconds
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Martin Luther King Jr.

Short biography of Martin Luther King Jr. --- Support this podcast:
1/10/201929 minutes, 17 seconds
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Adolf Hitler

Short biography of Adolf Hitler --- Support this podcast:
1/7/201937 minutes, 58 seconds
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Joseph Smith

Life summary of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet. --- Support this podcast:
12/14/201833 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Greatest So Far

We review all the people we have done so far and discuss who is the greatest of them ALL!!!!! --- Support this podcast:
12/14/201834 minutes, 47 seconds
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Was he 5'2? Did he have a freaking huge grave? Did his codes revolutionize the world? Find out! --- Support this podcast:
12/14/201839 minutes, 33 seconds
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Mahatma Gandhi

Unlike any world changer we have seen. He overcame hate with peace. Oh, and he fast for weeks at a time.  --- Support this podcast:
12/5/201833 minutes, 57 seconds
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Short biography of Cleopatra and her lovers --- Support this podcast:
11/26/201830 minutes, 6 seconds
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Short biography of Socrates --- Support this podcast:
11/9/201834 minutes, 21 seconds
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William Shakespeare

Short summary of the life of Will Shakespeare yo. --- Support this podcast:
11/5/201832 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Prophet Muhammad

The founder of the religion of Islam. Born in Saudi Arabia, this man came from humble beginnings as a merchant. Late in his life he was visited by an angel and had the courage to stand up to wicked practices of the people of his time. He is hands down top 5 most influential people to ever live. His messages were made into the Quran and is one of the most read books on earth.  --- Support this podcast:
10/22/201827 minutes, 32 seconds
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Albert Einstein

Short summary of the life of Albert Einstein broh. --- Support this podcast:
10/8/201836 minutes, 16 seconds
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Julius Caesar

A short summary of the life of Julius Caesar --- Support this podcast:
9/26/201833 minutes, 39 seconds
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Short biography of Buddha --- Support this podcast:
9/14/201831 minutes, 9 seconds
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Alexander The Great

Biography of Alexander the Great --- Support this podcast:
8/29/201831 minutes, 21 seconds
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Charles Darwin

A brief summary of the life and achievements of Charles Darwin --- Support this podcast:
8/20/201830 minutes, 1 second
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Sir Isaac Newton

Join us as we discuss how Isaac Newton progressed from a disgruntled farmboy to possibly the greatest scientist in history. --- Support this podcast:
8/4/201838 minutes, 51 seconds
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Abraham Lincoln

Join us as we discuss the life of Abraham Lincoln, one who persevered through much hardship to become a great American hero. --- Support this podcast:
7/25/201839 minutes, 6 seconds
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Leonardo da Vinci

Join us as we discuss the life and achievements of Leonardo da Vinci. --- Support this podcast:
7/18/201833 minutes