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REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias.

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REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias. Listen live, every Sunday at 8pm, EST, or check out past episodes at:... more

REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias. Listen live, every Sunday at 8pm, EST, or check out past episodes at:... more

The concept of the thermonuclear weapon was first developed and tested in 1951 and wow was that an idea. While, one has never been used in war we have tested a few and they make a huge boom. But how does the thermonuclear... more

REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias. Listen live, every Sunday at 8pm, EST, or check out past episodes at:... more

REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias. Listen live, every Sunday at 8pm, EST, or check out past episodes at:... more

REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias. Listen live, every Sunday at 8pm, EST, or check out past episodes at:... more

REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias. Listen live, every Sunday at 8pm, EST, or check out past episodes at:... more

At 1:23 AM on April 26th, 1986, reactor 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded. Eighteen years later, the radioactive exclusion zone has rendered 21 cities uninhabitable. 21 CITIES. Over 100,000 people were given minutes to... more

Do you ever question things? Have you ever wondered about the validity of particular claim? Ever cried "Bullshit"? Then you may be a skeptic. This week, on REASON Podcast, we will be asking ourselves (skeptically) what that actually... more

In 1813, French Scientist Michel Eugene Chevreul discovered a new fatty acid that he dubbed acide margarique, after the Greek word margarites or "pearly." This is the discovery (or creation) of Margarine. Ever really wondered what... more

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