In this episode, Adam digs up the dirt on the great outdoors, revealing that Everest is a frozen pile of poop, natural disasters are actually man-made and there’s no such thing as pristine wilderness. Here are his sources.
Don’t let common misconceptions get in your way as you go about your day. Here are the facts behind the everyday ruins that Adam presented on truTV this spring, summer and early fall.
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In this episode, Adam explains why our understanding of the Renaissance is off, including the story of Copernicus, the unsung figure who changed medical science forever and the country that created our most destructive economic forces. Here are his sourc...
Don’t tread on him, but in this episode, Adam sets the record straight on everything incomplete, outdated or even downright wrong about the American Revolution. Here are his sources.
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In this episode, Adam journeys back to the ancient world to uncover the truth about gladiators, the woman who took on the Roman Empire and the warriors of Sparta. Here are his sources.
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In this episode, Adam drops a truth bomb on the history of the Cold War, and the only fallout is knowledge about the Cuban Missile Crisis, the overlooked hero of the McCarthy era and who’s really responsible for the Berlin Wall coming down. Here are his ...
In this episode, Adam digs into misconceptions as old as pumpkin pie about Native Americans, including the truth about the first Thanksgiving, Pocahontas and John Smith and more. Here are his sources.
Here's something to talk about at your July 4th cookout: the facts behind everything we take for granted on Independence Day, as presented during the Adam Ruins Everything "Adam Ruins Americana" marathon that aired on truTV on June 28.