Sunday, July 12, 2009

FLATUS Show 192 - It's in the stars ***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Halo olketa! Flatus Show listeners. This week I have a Brenda Starr and an American History segment! I sing some songs and I read a poem. I talk about skepticism, evolution and beneficial bacteria. For new listeners, don't judge me on one episode, if you want to know me better and get a full understanding of what I am about, listen to several episodes. If you have any questions, or comments leave them on the blog or call me at 206-984-3617. Enjoy and thanks so much for listening.
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1 comment:

Larken said...

Kentie. You can't judge all skeptics from a single podcast just like you can't judge all gay people from from one gay person. Check out some other skeptic podcasts. I enjoy "The Skeptics Guide to the Universe", "Skepticality", "The Skeptic Zone" and "The Geologic Podcast". I think you would really enjoy the last one. It's created by George Hrab who is also a singer and it has nothing to do with geology. In his latest episode (124)he spends quite a bit of time talking about music.

I'm not sure where you heard that skeptics don't believe in herbal medicine. Many of the common medicines used today come from plants. My understanding of the problem with using herbs directly is inability to control how much of the active ingredient you are getting. The amount varies greatly depending on how the plant where and how the plant was grown. Also herbs are not regulated by the FDA and the manufacture can make any claims they want regarding the product with out and double blind studies. I hope your not refereeing to homeopathy which is the practice of highly diluting the drug.

I hope you where joking about not taking scientific process serious. The whole world we live in today was created by it.

Keep up the great shows.