Episode 23 of our satirical comedy podcast.
Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society and director and co-organiser of QED conference.
Appearing this time are:
- Carrie Poppy of the Oh No Ross and Carrie podcast – @CarriePoppyYES
- Kate Smurthwaite – Comedian and activist at www.katesmurthwaite.co.uk – @Cruella1
- Michael ‘Marsh’ Marshall of Merseyside Skeptics Society, Skeptics with a K, Be Reasonable and director and co-organiser of QED conference – @MrMMarsh
Thanks for listening.
Flowers, travel sickness, food banks and the European Union. Plus Julius Caesar, the abolition of Income Tax and the return of Question of the Week! Though Mike is still in Texas, it is Skeptics with a K.
Question of the Week
On the assumption that donating to a food bank is a Good Thing, should we donate to Christian food banks in the absence of a secular alternative? Is it okay for the church to use donating products as a tool to proselytise? What about corporate food banks? Answer in the comments below.
This month on Be Reasonable we speak to American UFO researcher Michael Horn. Michael is one of the most vocal and prolific supporters of Billy Meier – the Swiss septuagenarian who claims to have been visited by aliens regularly throughout his life, and claims to have concrete evidence of their existence.
Wedding cake, Barcelona, attics and UFOs. Plus airports, reflections, designer jeans and an English Professor. Rethinking out philosophy, it’s Skeptics with a K.
Hey baby, I love the way your heart beats at night in my dreams,
It’s like a grenade in my jeep at the back door of my motel,
So let’s make a mix tape and smash a pelican.
This month on Be Reasonable we speak to American Cryptozoologist Jonathan Whitcomb. Best known for his research into living Pterosaurs, Whitcomb authored a book in 2006 called ‘Searching for Ropens‘ about his research to date, in which he also criticises the standard model of universal and ancient pterosaur extinction.