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Hey folks, Euan here. Thanks for checking out Blokeology.

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Hop over to the site and you will find all the podcasts there plus loads more posts covering evidence that I hope will help your health, fitness and lifestyle. 

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Sep 27, 2019

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It's just a very quick hello to let you know that I'm taking the rest of the year off! Will be back in 2020 and look forward to getting back into more healthy skepticism then.

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I've moved away from most social media but I realise it is still an important part of many people's lives. If...


Sep 13, 2019

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Dr Alice Howarth is a clinical and molecular pharmacologist who is heavily involved with Merseyside Skeptics Society and is co-host of their excellent Skeptics with a K podcast. She takes us through some of the science around cancer treatments and how the disease actually affects us. It's an emotive time...


Aug 30, 2019

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Next up for Blokeology Three Books is Dr John Richmond. He takes us through three books that can best be themed as 'being human'. What it is to be human, where we came from, where we are going, and, perhaps most importantly, how the hell we get on with each other a bit better. These books cover...


Aug 16, 2019

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I've put together a Blokeology Three Books - A skeptic's toolkit feature for this episode. These are the books I would recommend if you want to develop your understanding of how to tackle evidence. It can be a forbidding subject but these three books will take you from rank beginner to hardcore...


Aug 2, 2019

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Dr Dan Jolley comes on the show to talk about conspiracy theories and the psychology that underlies many of these beliefs. They can include just about any political and social event. Conspiracy theories around the death of Princess Diana and 9/11 seem incredible but there are sound psychological reasons...