Bad Ideas From The Past Sometimes even the smartest people get things wrong. In this game, contestants answer questions about things that some of history's supposedly great minds once thought were true.
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Bad Ideas From The Past

Bad Ideas From The Past

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Ophira Eisenberg performs on stage on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. Nickolai Hammer/NPR hide caption

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Sometimes even the smartest people get things wrong. In this game, contestants answer questions about things that some of history's supposedly great minds once thought were true.

Heard on Michael C. Hall and Ronny Chieng: More Fun Than A Carrot.