We are a podcast dedicated to the study of of the physical and social sciences in Pokemon and having a whole ton of fun along the way.
United States
25 episodes
since Sept. 20, 2017


On this episode of The Science of Pokemon, with Gen 8 on the way the whole crew is hyped up and ready to tackle it. Professor Collins has some theories as to what our new fire starter would be, but to explain it we had to go back to every fire starter and discuss where they each came from. Why are salamanders tied closely to fire? How has one Chinese story impacted the world? How terrible is Veteran Lucas's English accent? Let's fire up the hype train and learn about the types that literally started our journeys! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PokeScience-154569195131952/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pokemonscience Email: [email protected] Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCovdLdBuKnk1OQ4RuLQRuXQ/videos
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