– Date – June 18th, 2013
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Skeptical Humanities [1:35]
– Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells, eds. Shakespeare beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy.
– Edmondson and Wells. Shakespeare Bites Back: Not So Anonymous. FREE E-BOOK!
– 60 Minutes with Shakespeare.
– Blogging Shakespeare.
– Find more informat at the website: Skeptical Humanities.
The Odds Must Be Crazy [12:10]
– The Odds Must Be Crazy.
– This week's featured story is, "The Experimental, Coincidental, Accidental Lunch Shirt".
– Please visit the story link for a more detailed analysis and to add your comments.
– Inspiration for article comes to us via Ross Blocher of Oh No, Ross and Carrie!.
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Interview: Geoff Desmoulin [17:56]
– Hear Derek's friend, John Nowakowski play past outro music at the end of past episodes.
– President GTD Engineering.
– From Vancouver, Canada.
– Got his start as firefighter while being a professional biathlon competitor.
– His middle name is 'Thor' [it is a family name].
– His education is in Biomedical Engineering.
– He has a focus on the non-dubious Kinesiology (human kinetics). [NOT Applied kinesiology]
– A biomechanists from Simon Fraser University.
– Accident recreation for injury discovery and treatment for court reports.
– Has done a lot of research assistant work for medical devices.
– Most known for the SPIKE TV show he worked on and was a producer/writer for "Deadliest Warrior".
– Was a lot like Mythbusters in terms of complicated reconstructions of ideas during experiments.
– You can check out the episodes of 'Deadliest Warrior' in many places online:
– YouTube Clips
– Spike TV Archives
Outro Music [45:22]
– Outro music donated by Trent Brusky of Dropfox.