Tag Archives: pseudoscience

A Washed-Up Atlantis

I’ve started listening to the Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby podcast, which I found on Twitter. I have a lot to catch up on, but I did listen to some of the most recent installments about Atlantis. As the host … Continue reading

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Skeptic Tank

The Apple Dumpling Gang – It seems like I saw advertisements for this one on a bunch of other Disney videos when I was a kid, but I never saw the movie itself. There was also this Paul F. Tompkins … Continue reading

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Pseudo-Science Circus

I’ve been on a few ghost tours, and there always seem to be a few people in the group who are True Believers, and I don’t mean fans of Marvel Comics. There’s definitely a major trend in entertainment toward paranormal … Continue reading

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