Future Episode Ideas

Currently Working on

  • Myles Reviews – Official Stories
  • Nega Myles
  • March Against Monsanto

Currently Researching

  • Chemtrails

Possible Future Episodes

  • Aspartame
  • High fructose corn syrup
  • Fluoride in water
  • The British government selling chemical weapons to Syria (NaF)
  • Fukushima and radiation
  • Abiogenesis
  • Crazy comments left on YouTube
  • Chiropractic medicine
  • Fracking
  • Oil pulling
  • Cannabis oil
  • Miracle Mineral Solution
  • Myles Reviews – Bad Science

Possible Future Experiment Episodes

  • Measuring the speed of light
  • Rattle Back


If you have a suggestion for a future episode let me know it belew.


10 Comments on Future Episode Ideas

  1. realisticatavistic // January 15, 2014 at 7:08 pm // Reply

    Seeds of Death please. That god awful documentary is thrown around constantly.

    Also, anything on the anti-vacc crowd is appreciated.


  2. defiantly not Kevin Johnson. // March 29, 2014 at 9:28 am // Reply

    i know it would be a large undertaking but seeing how it is the largest conspiracy out there i would like to see something about the Illuminati.


  3. laughingfish13 // April 14, 2014 at 9:31 pm // Reply

    Please, please do a debunking on Anti-vaxxer claims. I and my autistic friends will thank you greatly for this, considering not enough people realize that the paper all these anti-vaxx claims come from has been soundly dropped by the scientific community at large, and by anyone else with half a brain.

    I agree with Kevin Johnson, an episode on the actual history of the Illuminati (the actual thing that died out in the 1800’s, not the supposed New World Order group) would be interesting.


  4. A video on Rachel Parent. She is a 14 year old anti-GMO activist. Because she is a still a child no one want to take her on and she is allowed to spread her lies and misinformation.


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  6. Hi, I’ve just found your name in the comments of “house of numbers” on youtube and was very glad to look through your debunk. I’m tired of conspiracy theorist and it’s nice to have something well built to oppose to them.
    9/11 comes back regularly in the discussions, and I’m looking forward to watching your version of these.

    On the list of ideas you could investigate, I’m thinking about “the Egyptians received help from Alien technology to build the pyramids” : I saw that in french documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFrGNB5mf1s (the hidden secret of pyramids).

    Ah, and I’m also curious to hear about shale gas extraction, is it an environmental disaster which systematically contaminates underground waters? Or have the industrial people found ways to prove they can actually safely extract that gas? Why is it allowed in the US and not in EU?


  7. Shahab Sarshar Fard // November 8, 2014 at 3:08 pm // Reply

    I have been wondering about this idea, that natural is good and artificial is bad. You cover it in some of the episodes on the league of Nerds, but never a specific video on youtube or in an article on this website and I wondered if its a subject matter worth discussing in isolation.
    I also have this problem (somewhat personally), that when discussing science, I believe to do it similar to you, as you state in one of your videos, you tend to look for high regarded,… leaders in their specific fields and educate yourself from them. This is also what I do in all brances of science (be it politics or the use of nuclear energy) I always have the problem that people seem to think, because they present “evidence” that portrays the counter argument to mine, they cancel me out. For example here is the European Academies Science Advisory Council with oppinion X. The counterarguement, is: A video from some guy on tedx… loosely connected to the subject matter. Maybe a crash course video on how to do research “well”? how to decide who one can trust, who should be disregarded.. what to look for, what to avoid? That kind of thing?

    Shahab Sarshar Fard


  8. Shahab Sarshar Fard // March 24, 2015 at 6:55 pm // Reply

    You usually take on documentaries/books videos etc that go against the scientific consensus and who get the science wrong. How about approaching it the other way round. I am currently aiming to find “Pandoras Promise” by Mark Lynas (about Nuclear Energy), who holds a degree in history and politics (so he can get the science wrong), but you could also talk about what he gets right. This way the conversation could be more like: I like how they portrayed x y z.

    Shahab Sarshar Fard


  9. Aaron Brooker // April 10, 2015 at 6:33 am // Reply

    Neonicotinoids effects on honey bee populations.


  10. Some good ideas up there, I was thinking Foodbabe needs to be taken down a notch. I think people are waking up to her ridiculous nonsense which is actually getting some play in the media. I wanted to punch my computer screen when I read about her promoting raw cow’s milk for infants. It’s also beginning to be clear to people that she doesn’t even believe what she promotes and is a charlatan as her website sells products that contain ingredients that she warns against. Her ridiculous rule to not eat anything containing an ingredient an 8 year old can’t pronounce is just asinine.

    I think she should have her own show but maybe an idea for a TLON episode would be the general appeal of the public for people like Vani, and not just specific to GMO. People like Rachel Parent who someone else mentioned, Alex Jones (oh please more Alex Jones, I know he’s an easy target but it makes me belly laugh), Mark Dice, David Icke, Mike Adams, Jeff Smith, organizations like the Center for Food Safety, AE911, the AAAS, Greenpeace, Consumers Union etc.. I know it’s more sociology and psychology than biochemistry and physics like you generally focus on for TLONs but I think it’s important to understand why people appeal to and believe this nonsense as it gives insight into how to change their generally unchangeable minds.


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