To listen offline, right-click or long-press here to download, or visit our pages on iTunes or Google Play Music. In this episode, we being a series of deep dives into chiropractic therapy and its myths, origins, and efficacy. We also take a moment to discuss the late Stephen Hawking, and provide a deep take. SHOW […]Read More #24: Chiropractic Therapy, Pt. 1
To listen offline, right-click or long-press here to download, or visit our pages on iTunes or Google Play Music. It’s the end of the month, so we break down news articles, name our Skeptical Hero of the Month, and of course, we give Astrology another chance to prove itself. SHOW NOTES Crisis Actor conspiracy theories. […]Read More #23: Gun control.
Right-click or long-press and download to listen offline, or find Being Skeptical on iTunes and Google Play. In this episode, we take a hard look at the alleged dangers of offgassing, and whether or not your furniture is trying to kill you. We also have a very stupid person to discuss, in case you were […]Read More Episode 20: The global furniture murder plot EXPOSED!
Right-click or long-press to download and listen offline, or listen on iTunes or Google Play. Our final episode of the year! Unfortunately the holidays were crazy for both of us, so the episode is a few days late. As we wrap up our year, we look back on some of our more prominent news articles […]Read More Episode 19: Year-end Wrap Up
Right-click or long-press to download and listen offline. In this episode, Mark and Jody discuss Food Evolution. Yeah, okay, it’s not exactly new, but we’re hoping it can gain more traction against such nonsense as What The Health, which is a steaming pile garbage. Your Monthly Dose of Stupid is 2 scoops of crazy with Roy Moore. Ugh.Read More Episode #16 Food Evolution Review
Right-Click or Long Press and download to listen offline. SHOW NOTES: Study finds no evidence of publication bias in over 1,000 climate science papers. Catholic priest blesses hotel room of Las Vegas shooter. Because reasons? 30,000 studies could be wrong due to contaminated cell lines. Researching why people believe conspiracy theories. Google’s new AI surpasses […]Read More #15: Bless This Mess!