June 21, 2018
The guys welcome Dr. Allison Gill to discuss a fish with a bird's head, how sour tastes influence your decision-making, and how LSD might help grow a very important part of your brain.
June 17, 2018
The guys welcome back Dr Allison Gill to discuss Oology, how one blind woman was able to see things only if they moved, and we tackle the technology that will change our children's future more than any other.
June 14, 2018
Science Faction welcomes Margot Wohl from the KPBS show Rad Scientist to discuss how drinking booze can be good for your work performance, how kids can shorten your lifespan, and the startling new number of deaths from opiates.
June 11, 2018
The guys welcome a new Scientist-Host to discuss the sudden dramatic drop in male genetic diversity 7,000 years ago, a possible answer to The EM Drive Mystery, and how people are dying from a fake disease.
June 4, 2018
In only the second ever "I Call BS" only episode, Bill joins the guys to discuss a new disease that kills 70% of the people it infects, why you should avoid a specific flavor of vape, and yet another apparent instance of injury claimed by the US Government from a completely fictional weapon.
May 31, 2018
The guys welcome Bill for their first ever "I Call BS" only show. Tune in and see if you can beat either a trained scientist or a sexually deviant comedian in a game of recent science trivia!
May 28, 2018
Bill joins the guys to discuss dendrochronology, the easiest solution ever that will prevent the most common childhood cancer, and how an old mainstay psychology experiment has been proven to be BS.
May 20, 2018
Dr Allison joins the guys to talk about parasites that take over our brains, a huge biological mystery that was just solved which can explain how all life started, and the absolute limits of the human lifespan.
May 14, 2018
Ian joins the guys to discuss a deadly virus described as "HIV's Cousin", how a mom's coffee habit may be responsible for their child's obesity, and why modern-day people may get migraines because their ancestors were too cold.
May 7, 2018
The guys welcome back Bill to discuss how scientists solved a mystery this week regarding the shape of some people's teeth, how Star Trek writers predicted a 2018 neuroscience discovery in 1988, and we tackle the latest Ungoogleable Question.