This week, Ben and Pascual are joined by Andrew Torrez of the Opening Arguments podcast! They chat a bit about misconceptions and controversial ideas in the law. Also, Celstia joins in for a talk about the new Doctor Who and what the public thinks about the change.
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This week, Ben and Pascual explore the nuance of the Hans Christian Andersen classic fairy tale “The Emperors New Clothes”. You may think you remember this story, but there are some oft-overlooked twists!
Also in this episode, the boys read a piece of fan mail and Celestia cracks into another fortune cookie!
This week, Ben and Pascual talk about the black metal documentary “Until the Light Takes Us” and the events surrounding that dark story. Also, Ben discusses a strong reaction to rumors on the internet, and Pascual sheds some light on a burning question Ben has about heavy metal bands. Celestia also pops by with another skeptical fortune cookie.
This week, Ben and Pascual explore the mystery of the “Popobawa”, AKA the skeptic-raping demon of Zanzibar. But first, they throw some shade at Alex Jones and try to make sense of a rather serious claim regarding the Manchester attack. Also in this episode, a new segment by our very own producer Celestia Ward titled “Skeptic Fortune Cookie”. You don’t want to miss it!
This week, Ben and Pascual discuss corroboration bias, Boko Haram, and more audio technology!
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This week, Ben and Pascual talk about the history of the infamous Roswell UFO crash of 1947. Ben is skeptical about an online “scare” while Pascual breaks down tattoos and audio science.
This week, Ben and Pascual continue our two-part series on Jamaican folklore with a tale of Ben’s investigation of “duppies” and the most fearsome duppy of all, the Rolling Calf!
Also in this episode, a critical analysis of a couple of current news items and a BONUS for Patreon supporters (while supplies last)!