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Jim and Mark use the insane ramblings of a tiny-handed narcissist to explain logical fallacies. Each episode we focus on a single logical fallacy and, using examples from Trump, UK politics and pop culture, explore how and why it fools people, how to avoid committing it yourself, and how to counter it in an argument.
 
The Counterflow Podcast is a weekly show featuring discussions and interviews with people who are outside of and critical toward mainstream liberal and conservative politics. Counterflow challenges the conventional right/left binary and is concerned with the more important distinction of free vs unfree. The show features thinkers from all backgrounds, who do not fit into the narrow framework of fashionable opinion. The show addresses cultural and lifestyle issues as well as philosophy and po ...
 
"Logical Anarchy Today" is a weekday (Mon through Fri) half hour podcast hosted by jon that tackles the fallacies in statism through current events. Learn more about anarchy and Jon by going to his website: www.logical-anarchy.comYou can support the show by entering Amazon through our link or on patreon as well.Hear more at www.logical-anarchy.com
 
I am a student of language and literature. I have been reading, writing, and studying for most of my life. I received a B.A. in English from Fresno State and then went on to receive an M.A. and Ph.D. in English at Indiana University. I am interested in literature, philosophy, history and gardening. For the last 16 years, I have been a teacher at Peninsula College and, when not working, reading, or writing, spend much of my time in my garden. Note-Content belongs to Wes Cecil, this podcast mi ...
 
It's like a critical thinking course for politics. Zero partisanship, zero bias, zero irrationality. The only agenda is a pursuit of facts, logic, objectivity, and some laughs. Adam turns’ the firehose of critical inquiry on the dumpster fire of modern American politics and no one is safe. Least of all the media, government, politicians, and partisans. It's a podcast about politics for people who still care about objectivity, logic, and rational discourse. Make no mistake, this podcast is no ...
 
This is a crash course, meant to catapult you into a world where you start to see things how they really are, not how you think they are. The focus of this course is on logical fallacies, which loosely defined, are simply errors in reasoning. As you complete each lesson, you can make significant improvements in the way you reason and make decisions. Your ability to recognize bad arguments will be enhanced as well as your ability to articulate why an argument is bad. This is the audio version ...
 
The Loosely Coupled Show is where James Hickey and Derek Comartin share their strongly held opinions about topics relating to software architecture and design: HTTP REST design, asynchronous messaging patterns, distributed systems, microservices, SOA, Domain-driven design, etc. From time-to-time, we chat with industry experts who have specific specializations within the field of software development & design.
 
Kevin Bartelt and Yusong Liu, the producers of Hollywood Handbook and Doughboys, join forces to create their own instantly forgettable podcast. Each week features heart to heart discussions, groundbreaking interviews (of each other), captivating character studies (themselves), original short stories and even live music. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maybedont/support
 
From three trips to the point of rock bottom - physically, mentally, and finally spiritually to building a life and business worth talking about, my name is Isaac Wilkins, and I'm a student of fitness and performance training, mental toughness, and finding your purpose in this life. I share everything I learn about fitness, nutrition, higher purpose, mental toughness, and overcoming adversity so you can break free of your rut and win. This show is for former athletes, warriors, and those who ...
 
Made for audiophiles and nature lovers alike, Future Ecologies is a podcast about the many ways we relate to our living planet. Every episode weaves together narrative storytelling, informative interviews, and science communication, supported by evocative soundscapes and music. Join us each month for a bold inquiry of how our attitude towards nature shapes every aspect of who we are.
 
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Distribution of genetically engineered crops to developing countries proves that "colonialism in science is still alive and well," alleges one Slate contributor. Is there any evidence to support such an allegation? CRISPR-edited eggs could spare billions of male chicks a gruesome death. First came plant-based meat, and now Adidas is turning fungi i…
 
With the 'virus' having changed the world as we knew it, we discuss how we are adjusting our schedules and balancing our lives. We also share with you some statistics that are likely to surprise you! 🎙️ Can You Manage Time Or Does Time Manage You? 🎙️ Time Management Vs Task Management 🎙️ Can Time Be Spent and Saved? 🎙️ Important or Urgent? 🎙️ Not A…
 
In the sixty-sixth episode we explore Promised Proof, starting out with Trump promising proof for rain in France and Mexico sending their criminals to the US, and a Trump supporter promising proof of Antifa attacking the Capitol. In Mark's British Politics Corner we look at Boris Johnson promising that he has seen evidence that Dominic Cummings did…
 
Do you have regrets in life? If you're someone who believes in having no regrets, then this episode will make you mad. You're going to want to fight me. In this episode, I rip apart 3 common reasons that are faulty in the "no regret" ideology. You'll also listen to brave souls vulnerable enough to share their stories of regret. I'll also share a re…
 
There’s been an ongoing tussle on whether policies like immigration, technological advancement and protectionism spell trouble for the economy. These policies make workers’ hackles rise because they assume that jobs in the economy are fixed so any wave of change would render them jobless.But is the size of the economic pie really fixed? Should we s…
 
Sometimes it feels like we're all living in a garbageosphere – an ecosystem of trash and detritus. But despite the extent of anthropogenic impacts, life is resilient and infinitely creative. Hyper-ecologies, novel ecosystems, freakosystems – different names for the same thing: never-before-seen assemblies of lifeforms, born of human disturbance. Th…
 
Welcome to Episode 36 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe discuss Tom Helm's contract extension with Middlesex, explore the impacts of bowling coach Steve Kirby's departure from Derbyshire and also take an in-depth look into the weird and wonderful world of one of county cricket's most intriguing institutions; the …
 
Analytics expert Josh Ketter is back by popular demand. Josh has been analyzing the COVID-19 data for months now, and he is here to explain exactly what data regarding COVID-19, masks, lockdowns, and the like is relevant and why. He discusses the red flags to watch out for regarding media reports on anything involving COVID-19. You may have noticed…
 
We are back again with the fourth (and final) episode in our series on debunking vaccine myths. In this week's episode, we focus specifically on the two COVID-19 vaccines (from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna). We kick things off with a discussion of the vaccine development timeline and address concerns that the vaccines were rushed; we break down the …
 
The last few episodes have been tough to produce. This episode is meant to help create a buffer so that I can catch up. In this episode, you'll learn about How to ask a question or suggest a topic Potential interview type episodes A new audio course I'm working on for you If you're a new listener, feel free to listen to any of the past episodes. To…
 
In this episode, I first wanted to issue a correction on a previous episode, in which I said slaves could vote in the south, when it should have been that slaves counted toward representation in the south. Next, I wanted to read and comment on this FEE article, by Robert P Murphy, about how "Extreme Poverty Rates Plummet Under Capitalism". https://…
 
This week, I am happy to have Mises Institute President, Jeff Deist back on the show. Jeff and I discuss a number of topics including: the state of libertarianism, the Old Right, paleo-libertarianism, secession, post persuasion America, and more. Jeff Deist pulls no punches and is always a wonderful guest. I know he will make you think. Here are li…
 
This episode is a celebration! We recorded it LIVE at the conclusion of an online game day where we raised awareness and funds for Tabletop Alliance. What better way to live up how we end every episode with "go make a positive impact on the world." Bruce and Josh are joined in the beginning by some others who participated in the game day, then ther…
 
This week on the pod we discuss something we hear about all the time: the alkaline diet and alkaline water. Promised to prevent cancer and other ailments, this diet claims to be able to alter the pH of your body. First we set the stage with a primer on what the pH scale is and how it relates to acidity or alkalinity of substances. We discuss the co…
 
Welcome to Episode 42 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by Sussex and former Surrey speedster Stuart Meaker to discuss his early cricketing journey in South Africa, look back on his favourite moments from his time at Surrey and also touch upon his future aspirations with Sussex. If you enjoyed the epis…
 
This week, we're hearing 2 stories from sweet home Alabama! First up is the silly tale of a rural "monster," and second is the more sinister story of Phenix City's checkered past. Here's what we're drinking this week: Tocobaga Red India Pale Ale - 7/10 Chipper Jones' Sweet Tea Moonshine - 10/10 Did we get anything wrong? Want to tell us about a per…
 
They say 'opinions are like ASS HOLES... everyone has one'! But how do we get ours across (opinions, that is 😜) in the proper manner? In this age of social media, it's easier than ever to find controversy and people from both sides of the fence, on any subject matter under the sun! 🎙️ Does arguing with a fool only prove there are two? 🎙️ Is the bes…
 
With modern life being at a faster pace than ever, and with people seeming to have more on their plate (or shoulders depending on how you carry it), this week we discuss numero uno.... one's self! 🎙️ Self-sacrifice Vs self-care 🎙️ Put yourself first or last? 🎙️ Baby, you should go and love yourself 🎙️ Love yourself or lose yourself 🎙️ Self-mastery …
 
Alabama Liberal will give you one hint as to what “Worst of all Time” is referring to…Then, he does a deep dive into Biden’s victory and impending inauguration, Trump’s shameless attempts to steal the election, if the media will be able to let Trump go, how surprising it is that “evil” tech companies are taking a harder line against extremism than …
 
Push is a win! 2 wins 2 losses last week, we are the Burnley FC of gambling pods. As usual we run through the weekend slate of games, and Nolan brings four prop bets for the big match, Liverpool v Manchester United. Season total: -4.05 units Bet Review: 18:00 Find us on your preferred podcasting platform. Please subscribe and follow us on Twitter, …
 
Welcome to Episode 41 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Joe and Aaron are joined by none other than Dan and Kez from WeCricket to discuss their earliest cricketing memories, the origins behind the creation of the WeCricket YouTube channel and also touch upon their favourite moments from the county circuit from over the years. …
 
This episode is a continuation of last week's episode, which is named "The 'No Regret' Fallacy". Anonymous people from different cities, backgrounds, and experiences share the toughest lesson they've learned in life. I share my toughest lesson too. I also tell you about one of my life goals and how this podcast is part of it. Learn about the toughe…
 
Welcome to Episode 40 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by former Surrey and Derbyshire spin wizard Nayan Doshi to discuss his early journey into the game of cricket, his approach to bowling in the infancy of T20 cricket and also touch upon his thoughts on how county cricket could improve heading into …
 
How do COVID-19 tests work, and are their results reliable? Recent media reports have raised some concerning questions. Amazon's Halo band, one of the latest personal health trackers to hit the market, has received harsh reviews and created privacy concerns about how the company uses its customers' personal health information. One farmer says her c…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 055 looks at keeping a tidy room (and home) by removing one or two items that don’t belong every time you leave; asking someone to explain their conspiracy theory in detail in order for them to see its holes themselves; the difference between excitement from anticipation and your long-term happiness; and …
 
My guest this week is the President of The Texas Nationalist Movement, Daniel Miller. Daniel is here to discuss his organization's mission and how to get it done. That mission would be a peaceful secession from the union for the State of Texas. Many people used to scoff at this notion until our current political climate and secession movements all …
 
After hemorrhaging units throughout the holiday fixtures, we are back to try and stop the bleeding. A small FA cup bounce has us feeling optimistic about the Premier League lines this week, so listen now before it all comes crashing down again. It’s a “lot of coffee on an empty stomach” podcast, and we’re happy to be back! Season total: -4.05 units…
 
On this episode, we discuss whether or not detox diets or juice cleanses have any evidence behind their claims. We start off with a summary of what is considered a detox or cleanse, and compare it with what is actually classified as medical detoxification. We discuss the differences between the appearance of efficacy and actual efficacy of these di…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 054 looks at two Stoic topics: the first from Seneca who wrote, “Nothing can satisfy greed, but even a small measure satisfies nature. So it is that the poverty of an exile brings no misfortune, for no place of exile is so barren as not to produce ample support for a person.”; and the second from r/Stoici…
 
Welcome to Episode 39 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by prodigious Warwickshire batsman Dan Mousley to discuss his early journey into cricket, look back on his favourite moments in a Bears shirt so far and also touch upon the immense impact that the legendary Ian Bell has had in shaping his career u…
 
Welcome to Episode 38 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Joe and Aaron are joined by Lancashire all-rounder Josh Bohannon to discuss his early cricketing memories, his favourite moments from his time at Old Trafford so far and also touch upon his blossoming bromance with the magnificent Glenn Maxwell. If you enjoyed the episode…
 
Eddie (atheist) tries some Street Epistemology on Robert. Let's see how it goes. Eddie is a popular YouTuber who posts his Street Epistemology discussions on his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtftwuFFsiXLkzmpWPncd5w --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-rlw-show/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-rlw-sh…
 
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