Trolling With Logic

Weekly Skeptical Podcast.

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#060 –“Consumed” Movie Review


Consumed – Movie Review Are we too old for all this GMO shit? Microblogganism and Cal certainly aren’t as they look at the 2016 anti-gmo drama “Consumed”. Intended as an examination of concerns over GMO’s, the film instead plays like one woman’s descen...


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 10 February 2018  1h0m
 
 

#059 – Why People Reject Evidence, According to Matthew Facciani


Why People Reject Evidence, According to Matthew Facciani What are some of the social and psychological factors which lead people to reject evidence that conflicts with their worldview? Joining us to tackle this and related questions is Matthew Faccian...


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 03 February 2018  1h0m
 
 

#058 – Bad Christian Movie Tropes With Marissa Alexa McCool


Marissa Alexa McCool   Why are Christian movies – that distinct but ever-growing genre of filmmaking made by and for Christians – so universally bad. And why do non-believers, especially atheists, find them so entertaining? In this episode,


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 30 January 2018  45m
 
 

#057 – Pseudoscience vs Justice with Kavin Senapathy


What are the science and public-policy benefits of widespread use of biotechnology in food and medicine that naysayers are not accounting for? And in what ways does embracing science and calling out fear-based myths impact justice and democracy?


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 13 January 2018  1h0m
 
 

#056 – Zombie Apocalypse! with Steven Schlozman


The Science & Fiction of Zombies with Steven Schlozman We are after your braaaiiinnnsss in this episode of Trolling with Logic, in which the crew interview Dr. Steven Schlozman, a Harvard psychiatrist, horror fiction aficionado,


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 01 December 2017  56m
 
 

#055 – Is Race Even Real with Guy P Harrison


What is race? Where did the concept of biological races come from, and does it make any logical or scientific sense? What does the history of human migration, invention, and conquest really teach us about the role of race in shaping human civilization?...


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 11 November 2017  1h10m
 
 

#054 – The Hormone Myth with Robyn Stein DeLuca


The Hormone Myth – How many times have you heard a woman be dismissed as “hormonal”, or her rationality be questioned, because of assumed endocrine imbalance? Chances are you’ve heard the phrases “on the rag” or “PMSing” used to put someone down,


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 04 November 2017  55m
 
 

#053 – Science of Doctor of Who


The Science of Doctor Who – What can a reincarnating Time Lord who gallivants across time and space in a 1950s-era police box whilst battling evil robots and aliens teach us about real-world science? To answer this question, Nathan, Jenn,


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 28 October 2017  1h7m
 
 

#052 – Mister Kent Hovind


In this episode of Trolling with Logic, the crew takes a hard look at the magical world of young-earth creationism, as envisioned by everyone’s favorite creationist Kent Hovind. Before spending the last decade in federal prison for tax fraud and evasio...


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 21 October 2017  59m
 
 

#051 – Prometheus Review


Prometheus In this episode, the Trolling with Logic crew reviews the 2012 sci-fi travesty Prometheus , aka “Erich von Däniken’s Wet Dream.” It’s the prequel to the classic sci-fi horror “Alien” franchise, but this time it’s not a wonderful Lovecraftian...


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 14 October 2017  47m