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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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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

Few historical figures have captured the public's attention as much as our most famous president, John Adams. With bravery in his heart, President Adams took the traditional Scottish pastime of golf, and miniaturized the game by adding... more

The celebration of the overturning of Jesus v. wooden cross by staining eggs, eating chocolate, and having random fertility symbols hide various items around our houses, has come. This year, Easter serves as the capstone of more... 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

On this auspicious day of bar hopping, cabbage, green beer, and not spending even one second pondering whether March 17th is the day of his birth, or the day of his death, we will be taking a closer look at Saint Patrick himself. Here at... more

The immortal God Venus represents sex, beauty, enticement, and seduction. The planet Venus represents a fiery ball with the hottest temperature of any terrestrial planet in the solar system, and a bone crushing atmosphere 92 times as... 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

Newton proved that objects are attracted to each other, and Einstein proved that photons are affected by gravity. These two concepts set the stage for a century worth of research into the question of "what if you had a lot of gravity?" The... more

George Washington, first President, general and commander-in-chief of the colonial armies during the American Revolution, could not tell a lie and had wooden teeth. But was there anything more interesting and deep about our $1... 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

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