Archive for September, 2012

Skeptics with a K: Episode #081

Deaf gerbils, global consciousness and human chess. Plus more sports bracelets, hidden mormons and how not to argue. Oh, and all the latest news on QED (tickets now on sale http://qedcon.org). Making broad and over-reaching claims, it’s Skeptics with a K.

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InKredulous: Episode #015

Episode 15 of our satirical comedy podcast. With questions on skeptical topics, and three guests answering them.

Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society and and Director and Co-Organiser of QED Conference, April 13th and 14th 2013.

Appearing this time are:

Tom and Cecil of the Cognitive Diossonance Podcast (@dissonance_pod)
Dean Burnett (@garwboy) stand up comedian, neurologist and writer at The Guardian Brainflapping Blog.

You can contact the show at andy@inkredulous.org, follow us on twitter @InKredulosi or NEW join our facebook page. As always, thanks for listening.

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Skeptics with a K: Episode #080

Nano-vibrations, short-wave radio, level-crossings and clumped blood. Plus shoes, smokers, sinus arrhythmia and the Godfather. Running over unicorns, it’s Skeptics with a K.

Oh, and QED is back! http://qedcon.org/.

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The Shuzi Bracelet – Sports Technology or Expensive Fad?

Is the clumpiness of your blood affecting your athletic performance? Do your blood cells suffer from poor communication? Might your blood be travelling through your capillaries at sub-optimal speed? These are questions few people have ever asked themselves, and with very good reason. They’re also questions posed to consumers by Shuzi Qi – the sports performance technology manufacturers whose Nano Vibrational Technology claims to relieve the detrimental effects of your sluggish, uncommunicative, clumpy blood.
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