NOTE: Show contains a reverb effect we can’t remove, but the interview guest sounds great. We’re sorry about that. We are dumping the Garageband software in favor of Audacity going forward. Thanks for your patience.
–Viral Twitter airplane feud hoax from Thanksgiving Day fools both journalists and skeptics alike.
–Ghost hunters break into historic mansion, start drinking and smoking marijuana, and attempt to summon ghosts. When none appear, they burn the place down.
—Deepak Chopra gets upset at being called a pseudoscientist by evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne, so he crafts a logically fallacious “argument from authority” to justify himself.
–A new study published by the New England Journal of Medicine estimates that vaccines have been responsible for preventing a minimum of 103 million cases of infectious disease.
–Canadian mother facing charges of negligence for treating her sick child with homeopathy instead of doctors and medicine which may very well have saved his life.
–Author Patricia Cornwell is back with more Jack the Ripper speculation; now positing her main suspect was part of an elaborate conspiracy involving the royal family.
In Hour 2 we spoke with Benjamin Radford about the “best case” for Crop Circles – the 1996 Stonehenge Surprise – as he wrote about in the October 2013 issue of Fortean Times.
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