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We’re back from QED! This week, Alice talks about the home hormone and fertility-testing service Hertility, and Marsh is surprised when a group of anti-vaxxers come to see him speak in Glasgow. Meanwhile, Mike moves into an AirBNB. Mixed and edited by Morgan ClarkeMike
 
Coming to you live from QED 2022, Marsh talks about the best-selling book ‘Greatest Forgiveness: Bring Joy and Peace to Your Life with the Power of Unconditional Forgiveness’ by Qigong Master Zhi Gang Sha, Mike looks at the Heatfiniti portable heater (which can heat a 500 square foot room for just a dime), and Alice runs down her top five pseudosci…
 
In the final episode of Skeptics with a K before the return of QED, Mike talks about claims that one episode of Doctor Who was stolen from a ten year old, while Marsh investigates Biofield patches, the new quantum technology that uses beneficial frequencies and titanium to tell your body what to do. If you want to donate to Emma’s efforts to raise …
 
Alice is back from holiday, to talk about how to read a scientific paper, and Mike talks about how the prison system disproportionately impacts autistic people. Meanwhile, the whole team goes to see Brian Cox and Robin Ince live in Liverpool – with unexpected results! Tickets for QED are still available, priced just £120 (£80 for students and under…
 
With Alice away on holiday, Mike and Marsh are joined by Mark Horne to talk about the ancient aliens conference in Blackpool, and anti-aging claims of wave genetics. Meanwhile, Mike has been to Scotland. Tickets for QED 2022 are still available, grab yours now at qedcon.org. Mixed and edited by Morgan Clarke.…
 
Marsh talks about what a new Monarch and a new Prime Minister means for skepticism, and Mike discusses scientific models and when we should break with them. Meanwhile, Alice has been to the European Skeptics Congress. Mixed and edited by Morgan Clarke.Mike
 
Alice takes a look into the facts behind the painkiller fentanyl and the reported dangers of accidental exposure, while Mike talks about autistic-coded characters in fiction and how their treatment impacts autistic people. Plus Emma takes Mike to see Hamilton live in London. Tickets for QED are still available, priced £120 or £80 for students and u…
 
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