Simha (שמחה) in Hebrew is happiness or joy, but it can also mean a happy event. How would you say “to make someone happy” in Hebrew? Guy explains all things שמח on this extra joyful episode.
Joined by a special in-studio guest, @KolCambridge take a look back at some Israeli classics and then gears up for Purim celebrations! https://t.co/IN0SGoGpB0
The #Hebrew root מ.ש.כ pulls together seemingly unrelated matters like gravity, ATMs, and the act of stalling for time. Mashach is resourceful & provides plenty of interesting uses & meanings. As always, @Guyshiel provides serious slang insight https://t.co/m3I6Ymnl6m
Prof @orensharman, Chair of the Graduate Program in Science, Technology & Society @ubarilan, discusses his book “Evolutions: Fifteen Myths that Explain Our World” & “Talking about Science in the 21st Century,” a lecture series he directs @VanleerInst https://t.co/rS0O9wE8Ss