SciFriday: Giant Swamp Rats, Fleas, and Exploding Whales

February 8, 2019

Los Angeles is dealing with an outbreak of flea-borne typhus, while northern California has been invaded by giant semi-aquatic rodents called nutria. Meanwhile, Hawaii tries to get rid of a whale carcass that’s drawing tiger and great white sharks close to shore.

SciFriday: Robot Love

January 25, 2019

Researchers have noticed a growing trend—people identifying as “digisexual” or “cybersexual.” What does it mean for society when people are trading human contact for love with a cyborg?

SciFriday: Gods and Comics

January 18, 2019

Film director Zack Snyder created a Kabbalah-like graphic that hints at his vision for the DC Comics Batman-Superman story arc, which was sidelined when he had to withdraw from the recent Justice League movie. It is, to say the least, gnostic.

SciFriday: Werewolves

October 5, 2018

We begin our special series for October with a look at the biology, mythology, and theology of the werewolf. Here’s the link to Derek’s article that discusses the “lionlike men of Moab.”

SciFriday: Google’s AI Acid Trip

May 26, 2017

Google continues researching artificial intelligence. Its DeepMind AI team has released a tool called DeepDream that’s transforming images into… well, nightmares.

SciFriday: Bill Nye the Scientism Guy

April 28, 2017

Bill Nye the Science Guy isn’t for kids anymore. His new show is not only rated “R”, he’s openly promoting an unscientific, anti-Christian, globalist agenda.

Time crystals and fake science

February 3, 2017

Josh Peck sits in for Sharon Gilbert to discuss the creation of time crystals, which are not what you think. Plus Josh and Derek create an academic paper during the show.

Zombies and the science of death

December 2, 2016

A pair of news stories this week put zombies back in the news. What is death, and why are so many people convinced we must find a scientific solution for it?

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