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Blog 2016-10-22T13:27:19+00:00
412, 2017

The Truth on Modern Energy Use

I can't believe this was posted in 2013 and is still extremely relevant and accurate. Watch as Professor Vaclav Smil explains the energy situation. Everyone should watch this. It will give you a new perspective on energy and everything you buy, everywhere you travel, and everything you do.   https://youtu.be/NxO3s0U5WdY

2709, 2017

Presidential Progress

"If you voted for someone who said he prefers soldiers who don't get captured, who insulted a gold star family, who said he knew more than the generals, who said he always wanted a Purple Heart, who dodged the draft, and who called the US military a disaster, please don't [...]

1403, 2017

The Facts Alone Can’t Change Your Mind

Fantastic podcast episode about confirmation bias. Facts aren't enough to convince someone, you need emotions. Even though many studies have shown there is no link between vaccines and Autism, many people are still compelled to believe there is. You can show a climate change denier compelling scientific evidence that climate [...]

803, 2017

National Women’s Day

Ok, I admit it. I forgot to wear red today. It was an honest mistake, I didn't even realize wearing red was a thing for National Women's Day until I left the house this morning, and to be honest, I don't even know if it's appropriate for me to do [...]

2510, 2016

The truth about vaccinations

When we started this podcast, our goal was to debunk unfair biases we all seem to impose on certain aspects of life and society. We tend to look at things based on our own belief systems regardless of established facts or science. There's no proven correlation between going outside without [...]

2210, 2016

2016 General Election Spectacular!

Invariably, whenever I ask someone who they're voting for in the election, I get answers such as, "Alcohol," or "none of the above," and it's not uncommon to hear someone say that this is the worst election cycle we've ever had, that the candidates are like choosing the lesser of [...]