Category: Episodes

Episode 19 – Charity, the JW’s, and Black Atheism with Bridget Gaudette

0:00:25 INTRO Wesley was on Just Skeptics Register now for the Northwest Freethought Alliance Conference FEEDBACK – None this time around 0:04:39 THIS DAY IN HISTORY 1908 – Boy Scouts movement begins 1935 – First canned beer goes on sale 1943 – Von Paulus to Hitler: Let us surrender 1965 – Winston Churchill Dies 0:21:23 …

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Episode 18 – God’s Sexually Transmitted Infection with Dr. Darrel Ray

0:00:25 INTRO Northwest Freethought Alliance Conference – Come see us live! Dustin was quoted in the Idaho Statesman 0:09:07 FEEDBACK Regarding the holidays More on “Do No Harm” from Ben Thanks to Paul and Brian for the kind words 0:17:00 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – January 10 1901 – Gusher signals start of U.S. oil …

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Episode 17 – Atheist Music, Morality, and Post-Jewish Life with Shelley Segal

0:00:25 INTRO 0:03:08 FEEDBACK Editing failure – Sorry Thumbs up from someone who would prefer to not be named Voice mail regarding Episode 14 and the discussion on ethics and “Do no harm” 0:17:33 THIS DAY IN HISTORY 1831 – Darwin and the HMS Beagle set out from Plymouth Harbor 1944 – FDR seizes control …

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Episode 16 – Teaching Critical Thinking with the Token Skeptic’s Kylie Sturgess

0:00:25 INTRODUCTION 0:01:40 FEEDBACK WWII and related stuff How to deal with theistic family members 0:15:21 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – December 13 1577 – Francis Drake leaves England to explore and plunder 1915 – Mystery writer Ross Macdonald is born – Mother asks “WHO DUNNIT?” 2000 – Texas seven prison break 2000 – Al …

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Episode 15 – Medicine, Vaccines, and the Land Down Under with Dr. Rachael Dunlop

0:00:25 INTRO Clarification on Mormon underwear from Dustin’s contact Temple recommend questions and official rules on the Mormon underwear 0: 14:27 FEEDBACK – Our first hate mail 0:17:19 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – November 29 1929 – A Byrd flies over the South Pole 1942 – Coffee rationing begins in WW2 1963 – Warren Commission …

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Episode 14 – Living After Faith with Rich and Deanna Joy Lyons

0:0:25 INTRO 0:26:11 FEEDBACK – Dan S 0:38:58 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – November 15 1777 – Articles of Confederation adopted 1864 – Sherman’s March to the Sea 1977 – President Carter hosts Shaw Pahlavi of Iran 1984 – Baby Fae dies 1:13:09 SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY Robot of the day – The farming robot swarm CRS-1 – …

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Episode 13 – Luck has nothing to do with it with Sam Mulvey

0:01:18 INTRO 0:16:11 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – Octber 25th 1881 – Pablo Picasso born 1944 – First Japanese kamikaze attack of the war 1973 – Nixon vetoes war powers resolution 1980 – ACDC first Billboard top 40 hit 1983 – United States invades Grenada 0:40:12 SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY New IBM microscope can view 100x smaller than …

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Episode 12 – Disability and accessibility with Chris Hofstader

0:00:25 INTRO 0:08:13 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – October 11th 1925 – Elmore Leonard is born 1962 – Pope opens Vatican II 1975 – Bill Clinton marries Hillary Rodham 2002 – Jimmy Carter wins Nobel Prize 2008 – Blind driver breaks land-speed record 0:20:55 SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY A possible alluvial fan in Mars’ Gale Crater Snakes on …

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Episode 11 – Balls to the Wall with JT Eberhard

0:00:25 INTRODUCTION 0:12:38 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – SEPTEMBER 27TH 1540 – Jesuit order established 1938 – Franklin Roosevelt appeals to Hitler for peace 1938 – Poland Surrenders 1940 – The Tripartite Pact is signed by Germany, Italy, and Japan 1959 – Khrushchev ends trip to the United States 0:27:55 SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY Users: Apple iOS 6 …

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Episode 10 – The FDA takes on the Woo

0:25 INTRODUCTION A little more on e-cigs, thanks to Skeptics with a K. 6:34 THIS DAY IN HISTORY 1814 – Key pens Star-Spangled Banner 1993 – Israel-Palestine peace accord signed 1996 – Tupac Shakur dies 2004 – Oprah gives away nearly 300 new cars 27:26 SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY Google Listen is dead Curiosity update DARPA’s new 28 …

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