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Skeptoid #277: Student Questions: A Few Good Myths
Skeptoid answers another round of questions sent in by students all around the world.
Skeptoid #578: Student Questions: Bitters, Gas, and Diet Woo
Skeptoid answers another round of questions sent in by students all around the world.
Skeptoid #243: Student Questions: Orbo, EVPs, and Shakespeare
Skeptoid answers another round of questions sent in by students all around the world.
Skeptoid #268: Student Questions: Energy Shots and Sunscreen
Skeptoid answers another round of questions sent in by students.
Skeptoid #333: Student Questions: Dancing Plague and the Cinnamon Challenge
Skeptoid answers another round of student questions sent in from all around the world.

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But You Should Question Some Things... - Skeptoid
Podcast Companion Email Private Discord Channel Sponsor an episode Teachers Toolkit Answering Student Questions Help with Skeptoid Research. Live Shows. Calendar Information . SKEPTOID BLOG: But You Should Question Some Things... by Richard Gant January 27, 2017

A Fun Quiz About Chemicals: The Answers! - Skeptoid
A Fun Quiz About Chemicals: The Answers! Last week's Skeptoid post took a look at the maxim of "if you can't pronounce it, don't eat it" and found it to be silly and simplistic. Judging a chemical (or anything, for that matter) to be "bad" because it has a long and hard-to-say name is chemphobic and displays a lack of basic understanding about ...

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Skeptoid: Student Questions
A Fun Quiz About Chemicals: The Answers! Last week's Skeptoid post took a look at the maxim of "if you can't pronounce it, don't eat it" and found it to be silly and simplistic. Judging a chemical (or anything, for that matter) to be "bad" because it has a long and hard-to-say name is chemphobic and displays a lack of basic understanding about ...

Student Questions: Fish Oil, Charities, and Rumors
A Fun Quiz About Chemicals: The Answers! Last week's Skeptoid post took a look at the maxim of "if you can't pronounce it, don't eat it" and found it to be silly and simplistic. Judging a chemical (or anything, for that matter) to be "bad" because it has a long and hard-to-say name is chemphobic and displays a lack of basic understanding about ...

Student Questions: Swine Flu and Depleted Uranium
A Fun Quiz About Chemicals: The Answers! Last week's Skeptoid post took a look at the maxim of "if you can't pronounce it, don't eat it" and found it to be silly and simplistic. Judging a chemical (or anything, for that matter) to be "bad" because it has a long and hard-to-say name is chemphobic and displays a lack of basic understanding about ...

Student survey questions that will provide valuable feedback
A Fun Quiz About Chemicals: The Answers! Last week's Skeptoid post took a look at the maxim of "if you can't pronounce it, don't eat it" and found it to be silly and simplistic. Judging a chemical (or anything, for that matter) to be "bad" because it has a long and hard-to-say name is chemphobic and displays a lack of basic understanding about ...

Questioning for Student Engagement – Mentor Teaching Program
A Fun Quiz About Chemicals: The Answers! Last week's Skeptoid post took a look at the maxim of "if you can't pronounce it, don't eat it" and found it to be silly and simplistic. Judging a chemical (or anything, for that matter) to be "bad" because it has a long and hard-to-say name is chemphobic and displays a lack of basic understanding about ...