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.
Bonus Episode 38: The Secret Man by Frank Dux VI (SAMPLE)
In this final episode on our series covering Frank Dux's autobiography, The Secret Man, we learn the truth about Delphi 9 and witness the action-packed final confrontation between Dux and the notorious Fish.
Anti-Sedevacantism Part 2 - Can the Pope be a Heretic?
This episode covers all the issues surrounding the papacy and heresy, including the distinction between the sin of heresy and the crime of heresy, suspicion of heresy, lower-grade non-heresy sins, and how a Pope could actually be deposed for heresy.
Anti-Sedevacantism Part 1 - The Attributes and Marks of the Catholic Church
This episode begins our series covering the book True or False Pope? Refuting Sedevacantism and Other Modern Errors by John Salza and Robert Siscoe. The authors argue that claiming the Holy See is vacant entails that there is no church with the attributes and marks of the true Church, which goes against Mt. 16:18, which states " And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. "
Bonus Episode 34: Three Stories of Measurements Gone Wild (SAMPLE)
This bonus episode covers three stories about the weird and wild world of measurement. The first is the battle between two foots: the U.S. Survey Foot and the International Foot. The second is America's ongoing "height modernization" which will shorten some of our favorite mountains and upset Colorado. Lastly, we cover the retirement of Le Grand K, a sad hunk of metal underneath Paris that used to be the standard kilogram.
Bonus Episode 33: Thomas Jefferson vs. Comte de Buffon on the Greatness of America's Animals (SAMPLE)
This episode covers the degeneracy theory of acclaimed 18th century naturalist Comte de Buffon, who argued that the cold and wet American environment was not conducive to growing giant mammals. His greatest nemesis was none other than Thomas Jefferson, who would stop at nothing, including shipping a decaying moose across the Atlantic, to teach these French snobs that that Mammalian Americans (are) Great Already.
Paul is Dead
This episode covers the conspiracy theory that Paul McCartney of the Beatles died in 1966 and was replaced by William Campell aka Faul McFartney. Not wanting to cause a teenage riot but also wanting to inform their more mature fans, the remaining Beatles hid clues in their albums and on album artwork. Or maybe the Illuminati-run Tavistock Institute killed Paul because he was too groovy. Or maybe none of the Beatles are real!
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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
They seemed to have no clue about reading or understanding science and basic research.
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.