Sorry listeners, you may have noticed there hasn’t been a new episode for a while. Things got a little…. complicated. We had a terrific time at Surfcoast Skepticamp, where as is now becoming tradition we…
The funny, interesting or just weird bits from 2016 that didn’t make the final show!
Stephen Hawking trolls the end of the universe, the only known swimming dinosaur, how the gut microbiome affects the immune system, and sex positions for bad backs.
The uncommon Common Octopus, why coffee has caffeine, smart-phones and ‘internet naturalists’, and the tough and hardy electronic fabric.
Wind turbines, hurricanes, ancient whale bones and a sock for your heart!
Warm vaccines, the oldest crystal, counting whales, dogs in fMRI and sex-crazed marsupials!
Recorded live at Surfcoast Skepticamp at Airey’s Inlet, we talk donuts on Mars, tracking dogs with GPS devices, shark culls, shark extinctions and memory loss.
Rosetta comet-chaser awakens, new hypothesis for lactose persistence, moths and sloths, and the rise of Chinese cloning.
Extreme weather and climate change, time travel, dolphin druggies and Toothless the dragon!
Pulitzer prize winning film critic Roger Ebert died today at the age of 70, according to his long-time employer, The Chicago Sun-Times. While Ebert will be most well known for his prolific and engaging film reviews it is worth noting he also wrote many articles extolling science and skepticism.