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Scientific Skepticism

Scientific Skepticism



This week Kyle, Matthew and Producer Natalie sit down with comedian Luke Jensen (from the “What Did We Learn?” podcast) to discuss scientific skepticism? or do they? Luke talks about growing up Lutheran and how becoming a skeptic led to his current path in comedy. They discuss the importance of having a skeptical mind and debunking falsities through science, as learned from the Amazing James Randi? as well as the insufferable nature of skeptics. Other topics include the dangers of confirmation bias, body image (because tangents), and Matt reminisces about once “helping” his friend with a jellyfish sting at the beach.

Weekly Rads: How sanitary is it to wash a handkerchief?, The Cadillac Tramps, Yogurtland’s new fruit purees

Raddendums: The Amazing James Randi, Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, Adam Ruins Everything, Harry Houdini, Uri Geller, An Honest Liar, Skepticon, The Amazing Meeting, The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe, Michio Kaku, Penn Jillette, Skeptic magazine, Carl Sagan’s “The Demon-Haunted World,” James Randi’s “Flim-Flam! Psychics, ESP, Unicorns, and Other Delusions”

Check out this episode!