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- The dark side of Australia’s cashless society
- I have a foolproof way to identify fake news, I call it the “Dave Test”
- Out of pocket medical costs mean many Australians are opting to stay ill: Experts
- The NSW police selling drugs is indicative of ‘unwinnable’ war
In my dream last night, Lee Harvey Oswald said that he’d tell me everything, on the condition that he gets my wife. How does our brain come up with that junk?
Strap yourself in as Byrne and Wade take a look at the complex scientific issues, from time travel and black holes to the wacky world of animal sex. They wish for your sci-gasm to be a pleasurable one.
In this week’s instalment, we step into the murky subconscious of Byrne, who earnestly shares something that no-one wants to experience. His dream journal. Blergh. In the name of Science they pick apart what dreams actually are, and the theories on why the brain behaves the way it does. So it’s a riddle inside the theory of dreams, within a dream. It’s like Inception, Morty.
Don’t look at us; it’s your brain.
The Sci-gasm podcast promotes scepticism, science and critical thinking, all through the ancient art of dick jokes. Whether it’s climate change or vaccines, or from GMOs to black holes, there’s nothing they’re not willing to discuss.