Feb 25, 2010
Yep, that\\\\\\\'s why I like to balance that out with Skeptics Guide to the Universe. Actually I only ever do MU as a magazine program, and to be fair the main reason for listening is that the show is damn well put together. They could talk about trains and I\\\\\\\'d listen... well maybe not but you get the point. ;o)
Dave, I\'ve been a fan of SGU for a couple of years now, I also listen to Skeptoid and The Skeptic Zone. As you said, it makes a good balance, topped off with The Ozone Nightmare of course.
Ah yes, the super-soldier with dolphin DNA. Listened to that one last night. Pissed myself. Fucking hilarious. Two words: \"Project-Camelot\". Joke. Fact.
Funny though you bring up Grundy, i\'ve really been enjoying MU 2.0 and Aaron Wright has really stepped up brought a new angle into that \'cast. I say interview Aaron, but that\'s because I\'m a science geek, and also because when I woke at 3:30am today my salt lamp was still alight.
Re: JFK. Len Osanic\'s Black Op Radio is a stunning piece of podcastery. Feet firmly in the \"pro\" camp it puts out some very compelling evidence. You might want to listen to how \"Inside the Target Car\" was a \"Sack of Shit\".
I grew up watching Leonard Nimoy\'s \"Great Mysteries of the World\". I wanted all of it to be real, bigfoot, flying saucers, aliens, you get the drift. Then I grew up. I still listen to MU, but mainly for the entertainment value. I think Aaron is a great addition, but they still come out with some shit. I still think some of it would be really cool, if it was true, but I don\'t think so. But being a committed skeptic, I am keeping an open mind, if I see proof, my opinion will change. The problem with a lot of these fringe knuckle heads, even if they get absolute proof that their particular theory is false, they won\'t alter their beliefs, the evidence must have been falsified, someone\'s pulling the wool over their eyes, \"they\" don\'t want the truth to get out.
If you can\'t accept new evidence, and adapt your view of the world, you\'re probably on a downward spiral into paranoia.
Enough ranting, if the \"seagate\" opened under the Gulf of Aden, wouldn\'t the ocean rush in and drain the gulf?
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