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  • Deep in the back of your mind, you’ve always had the feeling that there’s something strange about reality. There is. Join Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick as they examine neurological quandaries, cosmic mysteries, evolutionary marvels and our transhuman future.
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  • Aug 8 2022

    Once more, it's time for a weekly dose of Stuff to Blow Your Mind and Weirdhouse Cinema listener mail...

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    28 mins
  • Aug 6 2022

    In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss sea turtle mysteries, biology, research and conservation with sea turtle researcher and conservationist Dr. Christine Figgener. (originally published 6/29/2021)

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    1 hr and 7 mins
  • Aug 5 2022

    In this episode of Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe finally discuss a film that almost defies description: “Plan 9 From Outer Space.” Yes, it’s Ed Wood’s 1957 cinematic monolith featuring Bela Lugosi, Tor Johnson, Vampira and the Amazing Criswell!

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    1 hr and 38 mins

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love.

they stay on topic and are super easy to listen to. best podcast ever imo

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Scintillating and Never Disappoints

After having listened to every single episode of this podcast, and many of them repeatedly, I cannot think of any way to limit my compliments and exclamations other than to say if you don't like listening to these guys you are either brain dead or boring and unworthy of their brilliance!!! Seriously though, they'll take any topic and explore the heck out of it in ways you didn't know anyone could or should. For example, the sinister truth about those cute little woodland creatures in your own backyard, the fantastical monsters you never knew you should fear (respectfully so), the funky fun movies you'll be glad you never watched but heard described so well and everything else they explore will make the rest of the world's mind numbing garbage fall away. You'll find yourself clicking refresh on your screen trying to force the next episode to appear because it is THAT addictive. Rob and Joe and Seth make me smile, laugh and sometimes cringe at the interesting facts they bring into my life and I am even willing to labor through the irritatingly, oversaturated IBM sponsorship stuff knowing it keeps them employed. :p I have tried other podcasts but this is my forever favorite and it can be yours too so go head, click on it. You know you want to.....

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Crabby Godness!

Never thought I would be intrigued about crabs myth and facts. These guys are good.

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These guys are amazing

I discovered this podcast at the begining of the year and I love it. Joe and Robert explore science and technology and monsters and movies and books and I am here for it all. They have inspired me go to research some topics in more depth and they have introduced to the Ig Nobel awards and other brilliant sciency concepts and events.
My favorite episodes are probably the halloween themed ones because I have found it fascinating to explore monsters and myths from other cultures and link them to science discoveries or current research. They have actually made monsters fun for someone who isn't very fond of them.
Super recommended, I am like 500 episodes in and they haven't dissapointed me yet.