Hosted by an Archaeologist/Comedian, a Stand-Up Comedian, and a different Guest Scientist every week, Science Faction is a blue comedic review of the week's published scientific articles.
The guys discuss the newly discovered origins of the Black Death, how to cure HIV with a single injection, and the worst of Be a Arthur's secrets.
The guys discuss shocking news about silent mutations, how we just completely overturned most of what we knew about how chickens were domesticated, and the MLK speech you probably forgot about.
The guys discuss some recent (and exciting) news about a new treatment option for Dark Triad personalities, why drastically low black suicide rates may be an artificial statistic, and how an imposter has decided to sully Robert Timothy's good name.
This week we are releasing last week's Patreon episode on the main feed! Enjoy!
The guys discuss a mysterious series of childhood hepatitis cases causing serious damage to children around the world, the first physical evidence of Denisovans in Southeast Asia, and the relative size scale of Alex Jones.
The guys discuss a new discovery that may solve humanity's greatest problem, the complex history of Europe, and how to get Alex Jones to join your cult.
The guys discuss how a drug you probably have in your cabinet could permanently damage your organs (even when taking the recommended dosage), how one man died from a virus that cannot infect humans, and what happens to a pumped-up martial-arts rhino when the drugs finally wear off.
The guys discuss some misleading science headlines, whether or not the Universe expansion is slowing to a stop, and if a Hobbit has been secretly living alongside humans this whole time.
The 'lost' Patreon episode from early April has been found and edited and since we debut a whole new dimension to the game of "I Call BS" in this episode, we decided to share it with the main feed!
The guys discuss a hot new discovery that may change the future of power generation, how having a cat as a child may make you psychotic as an adult, and the biggest problem with having young men in your house.
The guys discuss their brief break, how Covid can kill you with rattlesnake venom, and how we might soon be able to actually cure HIV infections in humans.
Since we've been radio silent for a week, we decided to release a Patreon episode from earlier this year on the regular feed. Back to normal later this week!
-Thanks Patreons for sponsoring this episode!
The guys discuss the mysterious and surprising origins of some of history's craziest horse people, why earthworms might be worse for your garden than you think, and how to get the best revenge (and then blame it on a cat).
The guys discuss a new, Terminator-like way to do archaeology, a possible cure for Parkinson's disease, and how to properly ride a bike.
The guys discuss a new discovery that indicates all living things produce methane, how leaded gas created a nation of idiots, and how to get into the US Army, even if you've been deemed "too stupid".
The guys discuss a recent peanut allergy cure that is almost completely free, an ancient form of artwork with a mysterious surprise, and the one pill that addicts will not be crushing and snorting anytime soon.
Enjoy another "I Call BS" freebie and if you like it, remember we release an "I Call BS" every week on Patreon. Search 'Robert Timothy' on Patreon.
The guys discuss how the largest family tree ever produced will change the future, how a gene involved in touch gets hijacked for smell, and why Africa between 50,000 and 20,000 years ago was an unexpectedly crazy place.
The guys discuss how to generate hydrogen using aluminum, why sleep may be the best preventative for Alzheimer's disease, and the horrible secret of radio's Grossest host.
Once again we are treating our regular feed with last year's Patreon episodes. If you want to catch all these "I Call BS' episodes, as they are published, search "Robert Timothy" on Patreon.
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