SGU Episode 271

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Introduction

You're listening to the Skeptics' Guide to the Universe, your escape to reality.

This Day in Skepticism ()

News Items

Losing Your Religion ()

Neurologica: The Long Awaited CDC Trial on Thimerosal and Autism
Penn State universuty news: Losing your religion deemed unhealthy

The Man Who Fell to Earth ()

MSNBC: Witnesses: Person falls from sky, then vanishes

Dirty Electricity ()

ScienceBasedMedicine: CFLs, Dirty Electricity and Bad Science

Origins of Moons ()

BBC: Massive blast 'created Mars moon'

Halfalogue ()

Assoc. for Psychological Science: ‘Halfalogue’: Overheard Cell-Phone Conversations Are Not Only Annoying but Reduce Our Attention

Who's That Noisy? ()

Interview with Simon Singh ()

www.simonsingh.net

Science or Fiction ()

  • Item number 1: 'An engineer recently became the first person to achieve sustained human-powered flight with an ornithopter.'
  • Item number 2: 'A new study indicates that commonly used sunless tanning products directly increase the risk of developing basal cell carcinoma.'
  • Item number 3: 'Recent satellite images demonstrate Mercury's long gaseous comet-like tail.'

Skeptical Quote of the Week ()

The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits.

Albert Einstein


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