Danny Decode

Danny Decode

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A podcast that explains what is hard to explain. Hi, I’m Danny. Welcome to my podcast, Danny Decode, where I try to explain what is hard to explain. I’m 9-year-old from Australia, and I love sharing what I learn about my favourite science topics. I read a lot and I’m not afraid of complex topics to explain on my podcast. So, despite my young age, Danny Decode is for listeners of all ages. I hope you enjoy. #DannyDecode


6. Dinosaurs are still alive today
May 24 • 4 min
Dinosaurs went extinct about 65 million years ago and they left amazing fossils throughout the world as a reminder that they used to rule the Earth. But did you know that some dinosaurs are still alive today? Don’t panic, I’m not talking about dinosaurs…
5. The Early Universe
Apr 11 • 6 min
Around fourteen billion years ago, our entire universe was very very small. How small? Well, it was roughly a million billion billion times smaller than a single atom. Sounds like not much room for all the planets, stars, and galaxies that form our…
4. Nature’s Night Vision
Apr 3 • 4 min
Did you know that 96% of animal species have eyes in one form or another? But when left in complete darkness, we are all left totally blind, or are we? For us humans, yes. We can only see when there is some source of light. Even cats, known to have good…
3. The Second Earth
Mar 25 • 5 min
Earth is the only planet that can sustain life in our solar system and maybe in the entire universe. Or is it? Over the past few years, the Kepler telescope has been looking for other planets in our galaxy that could potentially hold life and guess what?…
2. The Immortal Animal
Mar 18 • 3 min
Picture this: an eight-legged, terrifying creature that can survive being baked in an oven, left with no food or water, submerged in any type of acid, compressed to 1,200 times the pressure you are experiencing right now, and even sent to the vacuum of…
1. The Invisible Matter
Mar 11 • 2 min
Did you know that 85% of the matter in our universe is totally invisible? Not like air or germs that are invisible to our own eyes. I’m talking about matter that is completely undetectable. Scientists call it “dark matter”. Sounds spooky, isn’t it?