If you’re only mildly curious about pseudoscience and wonder why so many of us scientists and rationalists spend our time debunking it, and if you like clever poetry which hits the bullseye in the most efficient way, you are strongly encouraged to go watch a classic argument against pseudoscience called
It is brilliant, funny, and is guaranteed to make you think. The brilliant Tim Minchin has made a career out of forcing people to think more critically using humour and music as his weapons of choice.
If “Storm” was to your liking, be sure to check out “Thank You God” (where he is backed by the toe-tapping Heritage Orchestra) and “You Grew on Me” in which love is compared to malignant melanoma.
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