Gurmukh Mongia is a computer scientist working in the field of web development. He currently operates a blog and podcast related to critical thinking, The Dumbasses Guide to Knowledge (www.dumbassguide.info).
The Evil Twin Podcast is a loosely structured show involving twins Brad and Thad exploring, as they put it, the strange underbelly of “belief” in American culture and what it means to identify with various beliefs.
Now, in the age of the Internet, Bohler has decided to put his research on these fascinating topics online in the form of a blog and a podcast titled A Skeptic’s Guide to Conspiracy. Since 2011, he’s been putting all his exhaustive and thorough research to good use by providing a valuable resource for anybody looking for skeptical information about conspiracy theories.
Fighting for Equality in the Bible Belt with No Religion Required
Carbon Dating: Humor in a Skeptical Vein
Sunday School for Skeptics
The Skeprechauns: A Skeptical Pot-o-Gold
Confessions from a Secret Bunker of Conspiracy Skepticism
Since July of 2012, Kenny Biddle has been releasing episodes of a video blog titled I Am Kenny Biddle. His videos, which range between six and fifty minutes, feature Mr. Biddle's rants about such topics as paranormal fraud, ghost investigations, orbs, and the ways that people can be fooled.
Amateur Hour with The Amateur Skeptics
Tuning in with John Rael
Exposing Pseudoastronomy with Stuart Robbins
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