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Hosts Dylan and Brent dig into the unusual, unorthodox, and downright unsettling beliefs found at the depths of the Internet and the heights of paranoia.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 42 Ratings

Hosts Dylan and Brent dig into the unusual, unorthodox, and downright unsettling beliefs found at the depths of the Internet and the heights of paranoia.

    Falun Gong

    Falun Gong

    This episode covers the cult behind the Trump-obsessed newspaper The Epoch Times, Falun Gong. Started in China in the 90's by Li Hongzhi, they have all sorts of good ideas on politics, morality, science, medicine, and the cosmos. Oh, an spiritual laxatives.

    • 35 min
    Bonus Episode 41: Brent's Christian High School Science Textbook Part 3 - Species Vs. Kinds, Transitional Forms, and the Evolution of Humankind (SAMPLE)

    Bonus Episode 41: Brent's Christian High School Science Textbook Part 3 - Species Vs. Kinds, Transitional Forms, and the Evolution of Humankind (SAMPLE)

    This episode concludes our series on the science textbook Brent used in his 9th grade science class: Science of the Physical Creation in Christian Perspective by DeWitt Steele and Gregory Parker. We cover the totally legitimate distinction between species and kinds, how there totally aren't any transitional forms, and how human evolution is a mere belief. 

    • 11 min
    Brent's Christian High School Science Textbook Part 2 - Geology, the Fossil Record, and Noah's Ark

    Brent's Christian High School Science Textbook Part 2 - Geology, the Fossil Record, and Noah's Ark

    This episode continues our series on the science textbook Brent used in his 9th grade science class: Science of the Physical Creation in Christian Perspective by DeWitt Steele and Gregory Parker. We cover Christian disagreements over Pangaea and plate tectonics, the real explanation for the fossil record, the elongated earth theory of mountains and oceans, and just how Noah managed to get so many animals on the ark.

    • 45 min
    Bonus Episode 40: Dr. Chaim Eshed and the Galactic Federation (SAMPLE)

    Bonus Episode 40: Dr. Chaim Eshed and the Galactic Federation (SAMPLE)

    This bonus episode covers the December 2020 news story about Dr. Chaim Eshed, the former head of Israel's space program, supposedly revealing to the world that humanity was working together with aliens who formed a "Galactic Federation" and hid an underground base on Mars. We reveal that the real story is the shoddy journalism and translation errors that led to UFO clickbait obscuring a book about this fascinating man's life.

    • 9 min
    Episode 89: Brent's Christian High School Science Textbook Part 1 - The Ozone Layer, Global Warming, Thermodynamics, and Evolution

    Episode 89: Brent's Christian High School Science Textbook Part 1 - The Ozone Layer, Global Warming, Thermodynamics, and Evolution

    This episode begins a series on the science textbook Brent used in his 9th grade science class: Science of the Physical Creation in Christian Perspective by DeWitt Steele and Gregory Parker. After discussing the publisher of the textbook, A Beka Books, we dive into the chapters most touched by this "Christian" perspective.

    • 42 min
    State of the Podcast 2021

    State of the Podcast 2021

    In our yearly podcast address we take a walk down memory lane and discuss our favorite episodes of 2020. We also discuss the results from our first ever Patreon survey and let you know what we have planned for the (hopefully not hellacious) 2021.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

Laureleliza ,

I had wrong assumptions

When I started listening I thought I wouldn’t be able to stand the banter style they have, but a few episodes in I found myself absolutely falling in love with this podcast. What I thought would age obnoxiously actually became super lovable. Favorite pod

james bowie ,

Science

They seemed to have no clue about reading or understanding science and basic research.

Nance Schultz ,

Chitter chatter

A few facts that are accurate but a few not linked together with silliness and an occasional snark. I found the podcast during the Rona bored out of my mind. It will grow on you after you get used to the humour. Not for the snowflakes.

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