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Here’s the latest podcast from the Imaginary Friends Show with Jake Farr-Wharton, Jerry DeWitt, from RecoveringFromReligion.org, and myself speaking on the possible link between atheism and depression. Causation? Correlation?

It can be streamed from the above link or downloaded here.

I also recently did another ScienceGasm podcast episode with Jake regarding the latest astronomical news in the area of telescopes and exoplanets.

It can be streamed from this link or downloaded here.

Enjoy! Jake’s podcast is the bomb!

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Here’s the latest podcast episode from The Imaginary Friends Show where Jake and I answer a listener’s question regarding the evolution of homosexuality.

Thanks to the listener, David, who wrote in to ask “why doesn’t natural selection explain homosexuality?” We answered your question, we answered the heck out of it. Then we answered it some more. Enjoy.

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Here’s the latest podcast episode of The Imaginary Friends Show that I appeared on. I sit down with Gregg and Jake and speak about the soul, intelligence, e-people, space and the future of humanity.

Episode 77 – I can’t believe he’s not fatter!

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The live Imaginary Friends Show podcast went really well! Cheers to everyone who came. For those who didn’t I’ll chuck up a few photos on here and on FB when Jake throws them up. Hopefully Think Inc. will be good fun tomorrow. Early start at 830am woooo 😀

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The Imaginary Friends Show Podcast is coming to Melbourne and will be doing a fair few things in connection with Think Inc., which is on the 18th of September.

I’m happy to let you all know that the day before on the 17th at Embiggen Books, we will be doing a live show of the podcast for anyone and everyone willing to turn up!

It will start at 6:30 and run until we run out of air or candy. So be sure to come down, have a laugh and bring an interracial couple you’re friends with. All are welcome!

Suss out the Facebook event for more info.

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