SGU Episode 319
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|SGU Episode 319|
|August 24th 2011|
|SGU 318||SGU 320|
|S: Steven Novella|
|R: Rebecca Watson|
|B: Bob Novella|
|J: Jay Novella|
|E: Evan Bernstein|
|Quote of the Week|
|'Science is like a blabbermouth that ruins the end of a movie. Well I say there are things we don't want the answers to. Important things.'|
You're listening to the Skeptics' Guide to the Universe, your escape to reality.
This Day in Skepticism ()
- August 27, 2003: The world's biggest battery was connected to provide emergency power to Fairbanks, Alaska's second-largest city.
News Items ()
Earthquake in Virginia ()
Brand Loyalty ()
Who's That Noisy ()
- Answer to last week: the video game Archon
Questions and Emails ()
Question #1 - Tin Foil and Credit Cards ()
atomsk359 christopher short got handed a creditcard after the woman unwraped it from tinfoil, stops people from reading it she said, plausible or nosible
Swindler's List ()
Science or Fiction ()
Item #1: Planetary scientists have produced a computer model that suggests that the early earth had two moons. Item #2: Scientists discover antibodies that may explain chronic symptoms that persist following Lyme disease. Item #3: New research supports the claims that some bacteria can feed off arsenic instead of phosphorous.
Skeptical Quote of the Week ()
'Science is like a blabbermouth that ruins the end of a movie. Well I say there are things we don't want the answers to. Important things.' Ned Flanders
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