The Pseudoscientists Episode 122: An Important Time in Cosmology
Liz, Joanna and Jack brave apocalyptically-bleak Melbourne weather to delve into news about the efficacy of homeopathy, why a recent Melbourne study into acupuncture might not be so great, and how scientists found water under the surface of one of Saturn’s moons, while Jargonauts gets personally drugged-up with “pharmacogenomics”.
Plus: the movie Noah, helicopters, and confusing geocentrism.
- “Homeopathy is bunk, study says” - The Guardian
- “Acupuncture as effective as drugs in treating pain, trial shows” — The Sydney Morning Herald
- “Saturn’s Enceladus moon hides ‘great lake’ of water” —
- Make sure you buy tickets to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival shows of Ben McKenzie, Simon Taylor and Liam Ryan, all friends of the podcast!
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