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Challenging nonsense at the intersection of science communication and consumer protection. Evidence-based reasoning with a compassionate approach.
Alice looks at a new product which sells supplements to enhance esports players, and Marsh looks at the health claims made by Gillian Anderson's G Spot. Meanwhile, Mike has three pizzas.
Episode 54 of our satirical, skeptical comedy podcast recorded live at QED 2023. Appearing alongside host Andy Wilson are Jordan Holmes, Cara Santa Maria, and Michael Marshall.
Marsh is joined by functional medicine doctor Nyjon Eccles to talk about the controversial thermographic cancer screening scans, and why he feels cancer patients would benefit from a functional medicine approach of nutritional support.
From the archives, A.T. Brunt examines the January 1988 reports of UFO sightings over Australia's Nullarbor region.
The post From the archives: The 1988 Nullarbor UFO Mystery – Solved appeared first on The Skeptic.
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