About This Show
A weekly podcast that explains burning issues that you should know, to help you appear smarter than you are, to an audience that knows no less ;-)
So basically, we take topics and attempt to deconstruct them - using a bit of humour and analogies and quotes from Yes, Prime Minister.
Chuck aka Deepak Gopalakrishnan: A guy who makes Powerpoints in an ad agency for a living, and does some random stuff on the side, including cartooning, BSchool-oriented comedy, teaching (!) and cycling. His Twitter handle is @chuck_gopal.
Naren aka Narendra Shenoy: An industrial mogul (maybe) who is one of the funniest bloggers in the country (yes!). Well-traveled, well-read, well-opinionated, well-of-course is the sagacious Naren. Follow him at @shenoyn.
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Most Recent Episode
Ep. 99: How Many Calories Do We Burn Staying Alive?
6 days ago
A surprising amount of energy is spent just keeping the engine of life inside you going. And a fair bit of that is used up just digesting food. Your Simblifiers go into how our body spends this energy, how other creatures spend it, and whether we can have negative calorie foods - that is foods that will use up more energy being digested than they contribute after being digested. NEW TO SIMBLIFIED? It's an Indian podcast - probably the best to come from Malad West - that takes things that happen around us, and deconstructs them in language you can understand, often surmounting several puns and PG Wodehouse references along the way. We aim to make you appear smarter during parties, job interviews and dates. Your hosts (and Twitter / Instagram handles) are Chuck (@chuck_gopal / @chuckofalltrades), Srikeit (@srikeit, @srikeit) and Naren (@shenoyn, @shenoynv). We are part of the IVM Podcast network, who, till this day, wonder why they signed us on. For more awesome IVM podcasts,find us at: Website: Indusvox.com Facebook: facebook.com/ivmpodcasts Twitter: twitter.com/ivmpodcasts Instagram: instagram.com/ivmpodcastsRead more »