InKredulous: Episode #035

Episode 35 of our satirical comedy podcast.

Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society and co-organiser of QED conference.

Appearing this time are:

  • Eli Bosnick of The Scathing Atheist podcast and leader of the Magnets, a secretive and sinister magic group based in New York (@elibosnick)
  • Michael Marshall from Skeptics with a K, Be Reasonable and The Good Thinking Society (@MrMMarsh)
  • Dr*T former blogger at the Thinking is Dangerous blog and fine guest on many podcasts (@Dr_star_T)

As ever, thanks for listening and for all the lovely comments.

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Be Reasonable: Episode #031 – Greg Caton

Joining Marsh this month on be reasonable is Greg Caton. Greg is an alternative health advocate and supplement promoter, who was imprisoned in 2004 for violating FDA regulations, and in 2009 was listed by Interpol as an international fugitive.

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Skeptics in the Pub: QUIZ

3556012779_ecfda0e592_oWhen:  Thursday, July 30th, 2015, 8.00 – 11.00 PM
Where: The Vines, 81 Lime St, Liverpool

We’re hosting a Pub Quiz!

On this rare 5th “Phantom” Thursday in July we’re organising a general knowledge, science and rational thought themed pub quiz. Come and be tested and enjoy a drink with us in The Vines! It’ll be fun..

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Skeptics with a K: Episode #152

Flat Earthers, soy beans, arsenic soup, and kettles. Plus Anne of Cleves, vaccines, ten pin bowling, and Mike’s t-shirt.

Last chance to donate to the Merseyside Skeptics charity walk.

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Skeptics with a K: Episode #151

Skinny jeans, trampolining, hair DNA, and allergies. Plus Belgium, fleas, drinking, and the family dog. Ridiculously hot (that’s a temperature-based comment, not conceit) it’s Skeptics with a K.

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Be Reasonable: Episode #030 – Susan Kennard

Joining Marsh this month is Harley Street EFT practitioner Susan Kennard. Susan came to the attention of skeptics when she appeared on BBC2’s “Inside Harley Street” explaining her use of Emotional Freedom Technique, also known as ‘tapping therapy’.

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