April 3, 2020
The guys get together (remotely) to discuss how to supercharge a vaccine for old people, when it's super healthy to eat way too much salt, and a mystery in Antarctic geography.
March 29, 2020
The guys continue their Coronavirus quarantine with the one piece of super important Coronavirus news you somehow haven't heard, how your gut bacteria might be giving you cancer, and how basset hounds have stepped up to the front lines of the fight against the virus.
March 27, 2020
The guys get together (figuratively) to discuss mammoth bones, narwal tusks, nuclear war, and why we should stop young boys from getting HPV.
March 23, 2020
The guys discuss the continuing locust disaster in Africa and Asia, a new blood test for cancer, and how to get a really effective HR department.
March 19, 2020
The guys welcome back Ian to discuss some non-coronavirus related science news. If that doesn't interest you intensely right now, you must be reading this long after it was originally poste
March 15, 2020
In what will undoubtedly be almost instantly out-of-date information, the guys welcome Ian to discuss why washing your hands and not touching your face is great to do but doing so won't stop the vast majority of infections, what the next few months will look like, and how to properly freak out.
March 12, 2020
The guys welcome back Bill to discuss how to hack someone's phone in a crowded coffee shop without any kind of electronic connection, how to get rid of plastic waste, and why your screenplays still suck after all these years.
March 8, 2020
The guys welcome back Bill to do an in-depth analysis of the data behind Covid19 and to figure out if recent reports of Dino DNA are trustworthy.
March 6, 2020
The guys welcome back Dr. Troy Sandberg to talk about the largest explosion in the Universe, how we still can't improve one element of technology since 1959, and how to lie to an entire country.
March 2, 2020
The guys welcome back Dr Troy Sandberg to discuss how a recent discovery may redefine the animal kingdom and why black holes are weirder than you thought.