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Since 2006, the weekly Skeptoid podcast has been taking on all the most popular myths and revealing the true science, true history, and true lessons we can learn from each. The Internet stream has 213,000 weekly listeners, plus many more on syndicated radio. The web site and podcast are nonprofit and listener supported. Learn more

 

Colony Collapse Disorder: Science and Pseudoscience
Episode 524, June 21, 2016
So you think you know what's making honey bees die off?

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Recent Programs

How Do Homing Pigeons Navigate?
Episode 523, June 14, 2016
The latest and greatest research reveals that we still have no clue how birds accomplish this amazing feat.

Dark Watchers
Episode 522, June 7, 2016
The true origins of the Dark Watchers, said to go all the way back to Chumash Indian stories.

The New Flat Earthers
Episode 521, May 31, 2016
The reinvented Flat Earth fad is less about geology and more about conspiracy mongering.

Solving the Haunted Hoia-Baciu Forest
Episode 520, May 24, 2016
It is said to be the world's most haunted forest. Can we solve the mystery of what lies within?

Alien Implants
Episode 519, May 17, 2016
Some of those who believe they've been abducted by aliens also think they were left with a souvenir.

Listener Feedback: Denial and Aliens
Episode 518, May 10, 2016
Skeptoid answers some feedback sent in by listeners.

Antibiotics and Hormones in Beef
Episode 517, May 3, 2016
One of pop food woo's favorite claims is that drugs given to beef cattle pose a danger to humans.

Demythologizing the Shaolin Monks
Episode 516, April 26, 2016
Myth and pseudohistory plague this ancient Chinese school. Is there any truth left?

All About Absinthe
Episode 515, April 19, 2016
This mysterious alcoholic drink is the subject of more urban legends than any other liquor.

Your Thoughts on Making Skepticism Commercial
Episode 514, April 12, 2016
What can be done to make skeptical programming more attractive to a larger audience?

Why Musical Aliens Probably Use the Same Scale We Do
Episode 513, April 5, 2016
Reliance on universal mathematical principles may mean alien music is similar to our own.

Decrypting Mother Teresa
Episode 512, March 29, 2016
Is popular criticism of Mother Teresa directed at the right person?

Firestorm in Waco
Episode 511, March 22, 2016
How much truth is there to the conspiracy theories that the FBI deliberately killed the Branch Davidians?

Student Questions: Multiple Intelligences and the Gender Pay Gap
Episode 510, March 15, 2016
Skeptoid answers another round of questions sent in by students all around the world.

Ninjas Unmasked
Episode 509, March 8, 2016
These superheroes of martial arts lore may not be exactly what you thought they were.

Demythologizing the Knights Templar
Episode 508, March 1, 2016
More pseudohistory than fact surrounds this ancient order's depictions in pop culture.

No, Hitler Did Not Escape
Episode 507, February 23, 2016
There is no truth to the popular myth that Hitler escaped Berlin and went to Argentina.

Bad Skepticism: Why You Should Challenge Popular Assumptions
Episode 506, February 16, 2016
From swamp gas and waterspouts to alternative medicine, the harm of not challenging popular assumptions.

You've Got to Be Wrong to Be Right
Episode 505, February 9, 2016
Skeptoid corrects another round of errors from past episodes.

Growing Skeptical of Hair Restoration
Episode 504, February 2, 2016
As long as people lose their hair, the market will remain flooded with sham remedies.

Bad Science on PBS
Episode 503, January 26, 2016
Does PBS bother to distance itself from the pseudoscience informercials aired during pledge drives?

Listener Feedback: Killing the Comments
Episode 502, January 19, 2016
Your comments on our decision to remove the comments from Skeptoid episode transcript pages.

Schrodinger's Cat and the Bomb Detector
Episode 501, January 12, 2016
Whatever you think you know about Schrödinger's famous cat is probably wrong.

A Little Curiosity
Episode 500, January 5, 2016
Have you found your curiosity in the first 500 episodes of Skeptoid?

 

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