Thursday, December 6, 2018

ISO 317: Inclusive Air Quotes

This week, we escape to the high seas for a hunt...in the sea. I know, I know, I'm just as confused as you are. They use a $3 million sub to conduct an "experiment". The "experiment" that they are running is not a good, rigorous experiment. I know, shocking.


Thursday, November 29, 2018

ISO 316: Trolling For Treasure

What mysterious treasure lies under the old oak tree on Oak Island off the coast of Nova Scotia? Well, according to our own DocPinko, none. This is the ultimate troll job and a perfect example of the gambler's fallacy.


Thursday, November 22, 2018

ISO 315: It Got Woo-ier

This week we are reading the mind of dog. And cat. And probably a gerbil or two. There is even an experiment that leaves much to be desired. So gather the pets and join us for this not-so-special Thanksgiving episode (it's not a holiday episode).


Thursday, November 15, 2018

ISO 314: ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

What happens when we dream? What amazing secrets are unlocked in our minds while we sleep? This episode will probably put you to sleep. We meet a woman who thinks her husband (or ex-husband) is a skunk. Also...BOWL OF KEYS PARTY!!! Good night.



Thursday, November 8, 2018

ISO 313: Spark Up Another Heater

Vikings settled in Greenland, but when the church came along...350 YEARS LATER!...they were long gone. What happened to the vikings? What happened to the church's money? Did all of it make to Canada and intermarry with the natives? Who knows?


Thursday, November 1, 2018

ISO 312: Victorian Cosplay With Francis Hitching

This week, we look into the mysterious world of a fictional character...Sherlock Holmes. Did Sir Arthur Conan Doyle base his character on himself? Was he secretly a detective? No, he believed in fairies, but people wanted him to investigate their cases. Also...FRANCIS HITCHING!!!



Thursday, October 25, 2018

ISO 311: We Missed the Combover

This week's episode brings us the tale of Native American Astronomers, but since it's the 1970's, they refer to them as Indians, because of course they do. There is apparently a woodhenge in the US that is (was) more accurate than Stonehenge. Naturally, all that ancient people do is make calendars.