In this episode, we explore the psychology of subcultures — more specifically, that of bronies and furries and what it means to find acceptance among peers.
In this episode, we take a look at the psychology of climate change denial, the science of climate change, and bust a few myths along the way. Our recording software glitched out toward the end of the episode, so we apologize for any loss in sound quality.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Roswell UFO incident, episode 21 delves into what may or may not have happened, the greater UFO conspiracy, Project Mogul, string and M-Theory, and more.
In this episode, we take a look at the Akashic Records, so-called prophets and seers, and cosmic consciousness. We also take few jabs at Deepak Chopra.
In our first ever listener submission, we address the utterly bizarre Trump time travel conspiracy theory, social media, and the impact of capitalism on society.
In episode 18, we examine the flat Earth worldview, the propagation of bad ideas, and the importance of critical thinking and education in the post-truth era.
In this episode. we examine some of the more popular secret societies, their origins and practices, and whether they remain relevant in modern society.
In the second part of our ghost hunters episode, we continue our discussion on the topic of the paranormal, the scientific method, the psychology of ghosts, and more.
In 1998, Andrew Wakefield published a fraudulent study claiming a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. No such link exists. In this episode, we tackle the anti-vaxxer movement, science communication, and the difficulty of dismantling deeply-held beliefs.