Be Reasonable: Episode #064 – Paul Connett

This episode, Marsh is joined by Dr Paul Connett, a retired chemist and the head of the anti-fluoridation organisation the Fluoride Action Network.

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Skeptics with a K: Episode #278

Contact tracing, television scams, lockdown sceptics, and race in the UK. “Stay Sceptical, End the Lockdown, Save Lives!”

If you’re interested in more resources on racism, white privilege, and protesting, check out these links:

Books for understanding racism and white privilege (Instagram)
Anti-racism resources (Google Docs)
Scaffolded anti-racist resources (Google Docs)
Podcasts About The Black British Experience (Bustle)
Black Trans Protesters Emergency Fund (Instagram)
A Safety Guide for Protestors (Instagram)

Mixed and edited by Morgan Clarke.

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Skeptics with a K: Episode #277

The Black Death, plasmic support, revitalisation fields, and naming disease. Plus losing balance, sunbathing with social distance, and growing a beard. Effective at an eight metre radius, it’s Skeptics with a K.

Mixed and edited by Morgan Clarke.

Note: this episode contains descriptions of race-based and other abuse.

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Be Reasonable: Episode #063 – Karma Singh

This episode, Marsh is joined by Karma Singh, an author and alternative healer, to discuss the cause of disease and the nature of viruses.

Content note: this interview contains a brief reference to sexual assault, at 34m30s.

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Skeptics with a K: Episode #276

Bill Gates, Black Seed Oil, and global depopulation. Plus thymoquinone, unusable kitchens, and Nigella Lawson. Not virologists, it’s Skeptics with a K.

Mixed and edited by Morgan Clarke

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Skeptics with a K: Episode #275

Treatment compliance, vitamin deficiency, immune support, and unpublished research. Plus Alice’s birthday, green protection, and pretentious breakfasts. Still not winning awards, it’s Skeptics with a K.

Mixed and edited by Morgan Clarke

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