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Balance of Power

Cycling’s biggest event, The Tour de France, recently ended on July 25. I am not a cycling enthusiast at all, and besides Lance Armstrong, I could not name another cycler off the top of my head if you held a gun to it. (Although I understand Michael Shermer is quite the bicycle rider.) But I [...]

Balance of Power

Cycling’s biggest event, The Tour de France, recently ended on July 25. I am not a cycling enthusiast at all, and besides Lance Armstrong, I could not name another cycler off the top of my head if you held a gun to it. (Although I understand Michael Shermer is quite the bicycle rider.) But I [...]

Thinking About Stopping The Oil Spill In The Gulf of Mexico? Think Again!

As I commented on my Facebook page over the weekend, I have no idea how we missed this story on this past week’s show.

Carl Fuermann, an employee at the University of Colorado’s registrar’s office, has the solution on how to stop the now infamous Deepwater Horizon oil spill. In his own words:

“The basic [...]

In Dutch

The headline from the article really tells the whole story: “Dutch prisons use psychics to help prisoners contact the dead”

The subject of “prisoner’s rights” is a tremendously broad topic. Prisoner rights vary wildly from country to country, and state to state.

Understanding that there are a variety of questions concerning the rights of prisoners, [...]

Pseudoscience In America Is On The Rise

The Deseret News is an online and print newspaper based out of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. (Salt Lake City is the epicenter of Mormon seismic activity that occurs on our planet.)

In last Thursday’s online newspaper, they published this article in their ‘World and nation’ (sic) section. It reads in full:

The number: 18% [...]