The Pseudoscientists Episode 107: Escherichia unholi

The Pseudoscientists Episode 107: Escherichia unholi

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Tom, Sarah and Jack discuss bacteria acquiring mammoth DNA, beliefs on different sides of the political spectrum, and why memories and fears might be able to be passed to your children. Jargonauts works through “alignment”, and the Question of the Week is all about the public image of the skeptical community.

Episode 107: Escherichia unholi

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Question For Next Week

Is it ethical to teach your children about the existence of something that doesn’t exist (aka. Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, etc.)?

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