On this episode, you’ll find news, events and interesting topics, including Nessie, Bayer buying Monsanto, the European Skeptics Congress Facebook page launched, as well as Paul VI’s legacy, the Good Thinking Society pushing the Charity Commission, a surgeon attempting to perform a head transplant, the UN calling for transparency of clinical trials, an atheistic campaign that hit Denmarks national church, the false hope of the Hufeland Klinik, a Swedish ghost hunting TV show in violation of regulations and ear candling promoted by a UK quack.
Intro; Greetings & Feedback; On this day; What’s on in Europe?; What’s hot in Europe?; Logical Fallacies; Really Wrong; Announcements; Quote
- QED – Question. Explore. Discover. tickets on sale until 2nd Oct
- New photo of “Nessie” discussed on Doubtful News (They’re back!)
- Biotech giant Bayer buys Monsanto
- Susan Gerbic (Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia) and George Hrab (Geologic Podcast) talking about us on the latest episode of Skepticality
- Sergio López Borgonoz, treasurer of ARP-SAPC dies in a tragic car accident
Pope Paul VI (Born 26th Sept 1897)
- Check out our “Events in Europe” calendar!
- Facebook page of the 17th European Skeptics Congress
- Charity Commission of the UK to review alternative health charities as a result of the Good Thinking Society filing complaints
- Italian doctor to perform first head transplant?
- AllTrials: UN calls for global action on clinical trial transparency
- Atheistic Campaign hits Danish national church
- Dagen: Atheist campaign is hard on the Danish church (in Swedish)
- Doubtful News: The false hope of the Hufeland Klinik
- Swedish ghost hunting TV show repeatedly in violation of broadcasting regulations
“Evidence matters” – call for questions and relevant stories