Myles and James are back in glorious full he colour vision for a review of the Anti vaccination film Shots in the Dark. This fill is terrible on number of fronts. Boring, badly paced and with no real substance.
This is the first in a series of videos in which Myles is going to review bad science in movies, tv shows, podcasts, etc. In this video, Myles points his skeptical eye at Jeremy Seifert’s 2013 anti-GMO documentary ‘GMO OMG’.
Myles and James did a live show to celebrate passing a 1000s subscribers and the one year anniversary of the podcast.
This week Myles and James talk about the quite funny conspiracy that the world is indeed flat. Showing that even when we live in a world with global travel people will make crazy mistakes.
This week Myles and James are joined by Buck for a discussion of the movie GMO OMG. Aside from the sound track this movie suffers from the typical anti GMO movie of having no substance.
Edited by Peter I have previously written articles critical of Sue Mallender and Tracey Lloyd, who gave speeches at the March Against Monsanto protest in Nottingham earlier this year. As well as being factually incorrect and misleading, their speeches were about as interesting as a wet fart. There was no passion behind anything these women said;…
Myles and James are once again joined by Gaz from Leicester Skeptics in the Pub. This week we ask “Is Greenpeace good for the environment?’
So I have been on the internet for 4 years now………..that is all
Rob Schneider might not be a stapler but he is a douchebag. Myles and James are joined by Ross Exton for a chat about a video that is doing the rounds again thanks to the not so hidden CDC data linking African American children getting vaccines and autism.
In this video Myles talks about his 23andme results and how gene chips work.
Believe it or not I actually enjoyed reading the last few chapters of Liam Scheff’s book Official Stories. I would even go as far as to say that I recommend the book to others because it is an anomaly in the modern age. Quite frankly, it is fascinating. Never before have I seen someone who…