What does a scientist do every day? How does one become a scientist? How does science happen? Find out in this weeks episode, kicking off the multi part feature on fake diseases, weird cures, and medical quackery!
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Quantum mechanics has become the go to scientific like argument for paranormal stuff. But what is quantum mechanics? How does it work, and how did it develop? And what are the sorts of arguments that people use to try and fix it towards paranormal stuff? What is the Uncertainty Principle? Is the cat alive or dead?! Find out in this weeks episode!
I am in San Francisco for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers conference this week, and so will be postponing the next episode! However, I may try to make it a double long one for the Thanksgiving Holiday! As always, any questions or concerns you can reach me through here or on gmail at email@example.com. Thank you for your patience, and for listening to the show!
What is the history of actually "mad scientists", as opposed to a grad students that puts out a podcast? Where do we draw the line between a moral and immoral scientific test or question, and what about todays questionable scientific questions? And besides mad scientists, what about those that seem to be truly evil?
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Zombies are such a big horror movie staple now that I've almost grown to resent them. Can't they leave us alone for a few minutes, while we look for food and try to rebuild society? Does it make sense that a virus could spread without anyone noticing, until its too late? What about zombies scare us, and what sort of stuff do the horror movies miss out on? Find out in this week's episode!