Loch Ness Monster

  • Quickies

    Skepchick Quickies 8.22

    On August 22nd, 565 CE, the earliest known allegation of a “monster” in the River Ness was reported by St. Columbia. Of course, you all know what happens to that story hundreds of years later. In science history, in 1989 the first ring of Neptune was discovered via Voyager 2. (And now I have the Interplanet Janet song in my…

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  • Afternoon Inquisition

    AI: Don’t Talk About That

    This topic comes up a lot. It’s the things skeptics shouldn’t talk about topic. The logic that is often used on one side of this argument, if followed to the end would surmise that we shouldn’t even be talking about this topic at all. Cue crickets chirping. But nah, screw that. I say we should talk! To be specific, the…

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  • Sea Monsters!

    The Loch Ness Monster, plesiosaurs, dinosaur tracks and Mongolian Death Worms… Yes, you have two episodes of Monster Talk to catch up on! In Episode Three, Ben Radford, Doctor Atlantis and I chat with biologist Glen Kuban about the infamous Zuiyo-maru “plesiosaur” (read: basking shark) captured by a Japanese trawler in 1977.  We also discuss his extensive research into the…

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  • Monster Talk

    Are you a Bigfoot buff? A fan of phantom cats? Whatever your favorite cryptid, I urge you to check out Monster Talk, a new podcast about cryptozoology. Finally, science has a say about the Loch Ness Monster, El Chupacabra and other mysterious beasts. (And maybe even Squatchy, our French Canadian, cross-species molesting  friend!) Monster Talk takes cryptozoology to the lab.…

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