SGU Episode 155
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|SGU Episode 155|
|July 9th 2008|
|SGU 154||SGU 156|
|S: Steven Novella|
|R: Rebecca Watson|
|B: Bob Novella|
|J: Jay Novella|
|E: Evan Bernstein|
|Quote of the Week|
|“When did ignorance become a point of view?”|
You're listening to the Skeptics' Guide to the Universe, your escape to reality.
News Items ()
Einstein Passes Another Test ()
Conservapedia Denies Evolution ()
Controversial Autism Chelation Study ()
Special Report ()
- Roswell - 61 Years Later
Interview with James Randi ()
- James Randi is the director of the James Randi Educational Foundation - JREF: www.randi.org
The author of numerous books, including the Faith Healers and the Mask of Nostradamus. He is a tireless investigator of paranormal claims and exposer of frauds and charlatans.
Science or Fiction ()
Question #1: A new study finds that men vaccinated in the morning produce a better antibody response then those vaccinated in the afternoon. Question #2: A new fossil analysis suggests that relatively large brain size evolved independently in New World and Old World monkeys and is not a shared trait, as was previously thought. Question #3: Researchers have found that the pied flycatcher uses a primitive form of echolocation to help catch insects in flight.
Skeptical Quote of the Week ()
“When did ignorance become a point of view?” - Scott Adams
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