Unfortunately due to some computer problems James’ audio this week got scrambled and we had to use the G+ recording. Sorry, but instead of chucking the episode we decided to release it as a mid week surprise. Myles and James were joined by one of their favourite scientist, C0nc0rdance to talk about the film Vaxxed. Vaxxed is a poor attempt at cashing in on the pain and suffering antivax peddlers have caused. The film centres on the CDC whistle blower and the now retracted study that followed. Needless to say the paper is found wanting on many many levels from crap use of stats to a tiny number of test subjects, almost like the author went out of their way to present a conclusion based on a lie…
Where to start with this film… an incomprehensible dive into flat earth/religious/hologram theories. The sky isn’t real, we are living in a holographic flat earth in which a deity has replaced the Sun with a Black Sun that is wearing a mask. Oh and light doesn’t exist… Enjoy!
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Consumed is a 2015 film that details the descending mental state of the main protagonist Sophie. Sophie comes to believe that she is being targeted by Big-Agro as she is slowly putting together the pieces that her sons mystery illness is the result of GMO foods. The Nerds are joined by Kitch from Trolling with Logic to review this fine attempt at propaganda.
God’s not dead, he’s just a dick! A 2014 movie set in a 3rd rate university where philosophy is the study of isn’t about the nature of the universe and how to make an effective and logical argument, instead it seems to revolve around a douche professor and an ill equipped christian. This movie is a great example of how some Christians see themselves as persecuted and how through struggle and pain God loves them.
Turns out that if you stalk, call them cowards, and lie to them, Astronauts will punch you in the face. That is exactly what Bart Sibrel found out while making ‘Astronauts gone wild’. The film isa series of interviews with clear deceptive edits in which our ‘brilliant’ film maker stalks down several astronauts and accuses them of a satanic lie. All the things bought up by Bart can be easily explained however his smug level is turned up to 11 repelling all facts and apparently decency.
The nerds watched the 2011 film Thrive, something of a clip show for long time listeners as this film touches almost ever single topic covered on TLoNS in the past. Thrive is a terrible film, not because of what is says or promotes its biggest sin is that it is beyond dull.
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The Nerds put on their critic hats once again to take a long… long look at the 2014 film I Origins. A film which the director stated they went to crazy lengths to get the science right. Making such a bold statement has opened the doors for arseholes like us to step in and point out the mistakes.
Myles is left alone with Buck this week while James dies of the flu. Left to their own devices they decided to watch a goat snuff film. Noah’s Ark found? is a documentary tracing the ‘discovery’ of Noah’s Ark by Ron E. Wyatt a real life Indiana Jones wannabe. Contains Star Wars spoilers some how… watch the documentary here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7iycpe16V0&feature=youtu.be
CHEMICALS! Run, run as far as you can you can’t get away from chemicals. Myles, James and the Irish wonderlad Buck watched ‘The Human experiment’ a 2010 documentary trying to expose the evils of chemicals. This movie is not aimed at people with a sense about chemistry or what chemicals actually are. Swinging between consumer rights to out and out moral justice warrior the documentary has really very little substance.
Myles James and the one they call Buck sat down and subjected themselves to the 2014 Creationist ‘film’ Gilmore Girls find Jebus or officially know as ‘A Matter of Faith’. The film centres around a young woman’s attempted enlightenment at university all the while her family and fellow christians try to brain wash her out of reason. Will she get back in the game and work out which came first chicken or egg, this and other exciting questions will not be answered.