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  1. Jordan King

    Well my day is ruined. Basically just said Santa Claus isnt real!

  2. Janine a

    nuclearism is fascism how is that for scientific  shallow proof of decades that forces the world to ingest their isotopes , these plants all sucking the life from our most gifted  water ways , how is that for proof , did not matter a bit when they forced  this technology world wide , free and oppressed alike , no one could stop them

  3. Dean Lett

    The whole way the skeptical scientific community is handling the claims put forward by Christopher Dunn about twenty years ago in his , The Giza Power Plant book should have been setting off all kinds of major alarms for baloney detection against Shermer and his ilk. Dunn is a lead engineer at an aeronautics firm with advanced expertise in laser technology, machining, and tooling technology. When I say Dunn has many years of experience we are talking about someone who has been doing this since before he became an American citizen from England in the year 1969! The first thing you should notice is that none of the critics calling him various names like pyramidiot , critics that Shermer and his ilk would agree with by the way, have nowhere near his technical knowledge or expertise. In other words his critics are not engineers, or scientist, and they probably dont have anywhere near his technical knowledge, and they are trying to debunk a theory based on the knowledge that he has gained through many years of engineering experience. That should already set off alarm bells that something is wrong here. But no not with Shermer and his ilk, their minds have already gone to sleep because Dunns critics are authoritarian scholars and Shermer and his ilk are too afraid to challenge their authority and so in essence Shermer turned his back on scientific and engineering expertise in favor of ignorance. Dunns critics are basically scholars who dont have the relevant technical experience to know what they or Dunn is talking about. And please dont get me wrong, by all means challenge Dunns theories, but at least get people who have something approaching his expertise to float various alternative explanations so that Dunn doesnt have to waste a lot of time trying to educate ignorant but extremely arrogant scholars about why their cherished beliefs about how the ancients did things could not possibly account for all the details Dunn sees when he looks at the evidence before him. Get over yourselves scholars you are an embarrassment to critical thinking here.

    Another key detail that should set off major alarm bells is the utter lack of scientific curiosity on display by Dunns critics including people like Shermer. The whole book is a lead up to a power plant even more advanced than anything we have today. Are his critics even remotely interested in the question of whether or not such a power plant could actually work, that Dunn could be reverse engineering a system we could use and benefit from today as a future source of clean renewable energy? Nope. We can look high and low over their various criticisms and we dont find any one of his critics trying to answer that question. Probably most of them dont feel qualified to answer that question because they are not engineers or scientist after all–but then maybe they should have disqualified themselves on the same basis from their general criticisms from the very beginning. No with Dunns critics the major point seems to be that Dunn challenged the orthodox view of things and should be punished and ridiculed accordingly, whether or not such a system could actually work seems rather besides the point for them. Amazing!

    What do engineers and scientist who are much more qualified to pass judgments on this system think? That is a good question one Ive been trying to ask for quite sometime now. Invariably one is met with a wall of silence should they seek to answer this question. Before they can pass judgment most of them would actually have to read his work and become acquainted with the theory. Most of them probably havent because why would they? When seemingly level headed people like Shermer and his ilk call Dunn a pyramidiot and suggest he is a woo engineer most of them are are probably not even going to bother reading what Dunn has to say, so most of them dont even know his energy theory. Of the few remaining who do read his work and have some kind of relevant scientific background one wonders if they did agree with Dunn that it could work would they have the courage to stand by that conviction if it meant being called a pyramidiot and ridiculed and dismissed by academia? Probably not! Certainly I dont think Shermer has that kind courage even if he did have the relevant background.

    So for someone like me who maybe interested in exploring these ideas as a possible energy source for the future how do I overcome all the silence? At one point I even tried to get General Electric interested in building a power plant that worked on the principles that Dunn outlined in his work. Nope we are not interested in doing it was their answer. Why not? Silence! They never got back to me!

    The problem with silence is you cant debate silence, you cant reason with silence so that is a very big foe that someone like me has to fight, and Im working on it. Right now Im trying to convince a French team of filmmakers who are interested in Dunns work to create a documentary that focuses on his energy theory. My hope is that maybe such a work can gather enough publicity so that more scientist and engineers will feel they must weigh in on the technical questions that are currently being ignored.

    To give some of you some idea of how advanced Dunns system would be if we could replicate it today let me say this. Dunns theory posited that the great pyramid worked as a coupled oscillator, yes but to what? It worked on the principle of resonance and made use of Helmholtz type resonators long before Helmholtz himself existed. Yes but what was the source that it amplified through resonance? The Earths hum, or at least this is what the clues Dunn uncovered led him to speculate. What is the Earths hum? Sounds like a woo concept some of you might be thinking. The Earths hum is a purely mechanical vibration produced by the Earth on a continuous basis even though you cant feel it because it operates in a Hertz range beyond what you can feel. You might be forgiven in thinking this is a woo concept at the time Dunn postulated this in his book Dunn had no way of proving that this hum even existed, much less what Hertz range it operated in.

    However, the interesting thing that I recently discovered by corresponding with Dunn, is that a little after he published his book, but in the same year it just so happens that a Japanese team, of scientist, totally independent of Dunns work, was able to confirm that this hum actually existed, and the precise Hertz range it operated in, and they were able to publish their findings! So we are talking about an energy system that would be sustained on a perpetual basis by an energy source produced by the Earth we didnt even know existed as recently as as twenty years ago, that uses a resonance process of amplification that is well known to science!! So just maybe Dunn is not so woo after all! I have learned through correspondence that Dunn is working on updating this and many other things that have come to light since he published his book in a new, revised edition.

    In the meantime while these things are in the works I hope my words can inspire those with the relevant scientific background to learn the theory and break the silence. Even if it is just to criticize the work by all means do so. However if you find that it might work I hope you have the courage to stand up to any authority and fight for something that can benefit mankind in the future. There might be other fears you might have to overcome along the way. Many of you are hardened atheist who just know how religions began. At this point you might have to face the notion that maybe there were people who lived in ancient times whose technological understanding was so advanced they appeared as Gods to others, and this is how religions began.

    Well where is the evidence of things that used this power system in the ruins? This might be a valid question, however one might ask where is the capstone that sat on top of the pyramid? If that was taken, why? to where? Maybe other things have been taken as well. Why? I dont know why this may have been done, but perhaps there is an ominous reason behind it all. After all what sits in front of the great Pyramid as guard? The Sphinx! What does the word Sphinx literally mean? It literally translates into, The father of terrors. When something with such an ominous title literally stands guard in front of the thing you are trying to explore it just might be a warning that what you may discover may shock you to the core! What are we talking about? I have no idea but for the greater good I hope we have the courage to face whatever it might be.

  4. Whitney

    I really need this. The last time I ordered a sandwich, I got baloney sandwich instead of a pastrami sandwich. But the idiot at the counter insisted it was pastrami, when it was CLEARLY baloney. I KNOW WHAT PASTRAMI LOOKS LIKE!! Anyways, if I had a detection kit I would have had scientific evidence of the fake pastrami.

  5. Christo Bobbo

    I thought it was spelled bolagna

  6. Roman T

    Looks somewhat like Kevin Spaceys brother

    1. patmcq

      I think he looks more like Lieutenant Gerard from the original The Fugitive series.

  7. Hamma Lammadingdong

    I heard that if we inject the Antarctic nazi penguins that guard the flat earth borders with vaccines they will turn into atlantean CIA assassin yetis that will resurrect Elvis and Jesus (in that order).
    But what is baloney? :^/

  8. Zachary Prete

    I was believing the baloney detection kit idea until he said that alternative ideas to the pyramids being made is bogus.

  9. Bruce Vue

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  10. Forged Not Cast

    Shermer believes that a four legged mammal wandered into the ocean and became a whale. Why isnt he sceptical about that BS. Shermer is a joke.

  11. avenuePad

    Michael Shermer is lecturing about BS detection? This guy is/was a climate change denier, is/was a libertarian, believes that the free market has a brain and can solve all our problems. He does regular interviews with dum dums like Dave Rubin and weirdos like Stefan Molyneux.

    His Skeptic Magazine is nothing more than an outlet for his insane right wing conservatism. He even defends Charles Murray and his race realism bullshit.

    Shermer is a clown.

  12. 80s Child

    Im collecting money to purchase baloney detection kits for all Christians.

  13. Robert Light

    Wonderful video. It is so clear and practical too. Well done!

  14. honeysucklecat

    I usually look for an Oscar Meyer label when seeking baloney.

  15. NEM “North Eagle Media”

    One of the most common equivocations is the word theory.
    In science, theory means a logically coherent model well supported by evidence.
    In popular usage, the definition of theory is closer to conjecture or opinion.
    Do not confuse the two!

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    2. Jabbra

      @Christos Tziouftsis Im pretty sure he was just being humerous.

    3. Christos Tziouftsis

      Joshua Nicholls gravity is a theory too
      But I don’t think you are gonna jump from your balcony screaming it

    4. ZangelDemon

      Agreed. Thats why its important to ask people for their definitions. What do you mean by theory? See if their definition matches the scientific definition. Ask them to explain to you how they understand science works, and how they know this is true. Where did they learn it from? Is that source reliable? They may end up exposing that their understanding of science isnt as thought out as they first thought. They may discover spots where they dont know, or find themselves circling around, trying to rationalize. Once they realize it may not work the way they thought it did…

      Will they accept the difference in definitions? Are they curious why the discrepancy exists? Would they be willing to revise their definition to match the scientific definition when talking about science? No? Theyd much rather prefer to believe that science is a matter of opinion?

      Then theyre doxastically closed and not open to belief revision. You can choose to continue to talk with them to see if theyre open to reason, or save yourself time and energy and move on to someone else who is less closed.

  16. t Mann

    What about wishful theory ? Were some people wish what their disturbed minds have come up with is fact.

  17. Steven Dennis

    Has this guy not seen what happens when scientists are paid to report certain things.  Doesnt anyone remember when we were told by doctors that smoking was good for our health?

    1. 0509killer

      +Steven Dennis And you obviously havent seen the documentary Merchants of Doubt that he makes an appearance in. go watch it.

    2. Steelmage99

      @Steven Dennis Point 3: Have the claims been verified by somebody else?

      How do we now know that smoking is actually not good for your health? 
      Somebody else checked the data and found positive indications of Baloney.

  18. Aloys Fleischmann

    Was it really necessary to show an old clip of Indigenous people acting “primitive”? That’s one of the reasons people distrust positivists. Colonial domination and “reason” go hand in hand. There are plenty of contemporary examples of religious mumbo-jumbo out there, or are western churches too close to home? And while I’m at it, do you even know what that ceremony was about? I’m guessing not.

  19. Bee Foreal

    The pyramids are just a pile of rocks. He should start replicating them. Theres plenty of room in the California deserts and I bet he could get a federal grant to do it. He would not only be the worlds most famous scientist to ever exist but also engineer and architect. He could even use modern day equipment to do it to save money, time and man power. He could make money off of it becoming a tourist attraction before its even completed.

    1. Bee Foreal

      @***** Yes, it is amazing. You would find that the Zohar was written way before the Jesuit priest made the announcement. I should not have gone so fast with this but I guess the damage is already done.
      God isnt going to force you to believe in Him. Its a personal choice for everyone. I have all the evidence I need that He exists. You could too but you wont give Him a chance. Hopefully you will sometime.

    2. Bee Foreal

      @***** I cannot apologize to you enough but now I have to bother you again. You must be talking about Georges Lemaitre who lived from July 17, 1894 until June 20, 1966. Are you proposing that the satanic kabbalah originated after these dates? I dont think so.
      ………..
      I must thank you for the information. That just makes things even more interesting. I believe that religion can be as corrupt as anything else. After all, religion is man-made and isnt going to save anyone (its way more personal than that). The fact that the big bang theory originated from a false religion plus someone in a false religion and now resonates   throughout the scientific world just makes my beliefs all the more justifiable to me. 

    3. Bee Foreal

      @***** Hi, I wont bother you again but I just thought you might find it interesting that the big bang theory comes straight out of Jewish mysticism / kabbalah. You can look it up sometime. … Bye.

    4. Bee Foreal

      @***** LOL … I dont know how something  becomes close to becoming a theory. Talking to other atheists I gather that it means scientists almost have all the info they need for it to become scientific theory.
      ………………
      There is no such thing as facts based on assumption. Theres a third thing we can agree on and weve just started talking.
      ………………
      There is nobody who has explained to me in a logical manner how radiometric dating is not based on assumptions in the first place. In other words, how do scientists know that nothing ever happened to speed up the decay process? How do they know the original amount of mother and daughter elements that were present in the first place? How do they know there was no contamination? I have questions about many things that seem to be based on assumption that turn into scientific theory.

    5. Bee Foreal

      @***** Im not twisting words. Even though Dawkins says directed panspermia is highly unlikely, I have never heard him compare it to fairy tales and theres a difference. And just to clear things up, I did not say that Dawkins didnt say it was highly unlikely as you suggested and if you go back and read what I wrote or what you pasted that I wrote you will see that.
      ……………………..
      You would be the first atheist Ive actually had a conversation with that doesnt think abiogenesis is close to becoming theory. At least youve cleared that up for me because I was beginning to think they all did.
      ………………………
      Historical science has not shown me that they have compelling evidence for what they claim as fact. Facts based on assumption sounds just as illogical to me as what my beliefs would sound to you.

  20. Ronnie D

    How do we know that this science detection kit isnt faulty itself?

    1. Steven Harold Orr

      Test it out for yourself!

  21. Dean Baird

    Instructors: for a nice lesson in skepticism/critical thinking created specifically for this video, consider using this question set.

  22. Amber Harrison

    Very interesting video. I lean more towards the science side as well. A bit off topic, but whats the explanation for Déjà vu?

    1. Bill Keon

      +Amber Harrison brain chemistry, actually if you google shermer or sam harris or ramachandran you might find the best explanation for this. My recollection is V.S. Ramachandran. Very entertaining speaker too

    2. Bill Keon

      +Amber Harrison brain chemistry, actually if you google shermer or sam harris or ramachandran you might find the best explanation for this. My recollection is V.S. Ramachandran. Very entertaining speaker too

    3. Evhan

      As far as Im aware, there are many hypotheses, but none have been firmly established yet.

  23. John Q. Public

    Move along! Nothing to see here! I guess this bozo has never heard of Climate Gate?

    1. wingedarr0w

      @John Q. Public
      Read it yourself, pick me one email that you think is shows what you claim. Also, the email that contains the phrase Mikes trick to hide the decline is not talking about the temperature, find something else.

    2. Mark Scott

      @JohnQPublic11 Youre delusional.

    3. John Q. Public

      @Mark Scott Thats pure unadulterated comedy! What was the general inspecting National Lampoon or Black Hearted Press? He certainly couldnt have been reading the black and white evidence! The evidence proves the extent and enormity of the fraud, lies and deception beyond all doubt!  

      By the way! Isnt The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science an oxymoron?

    4. Mark Scott

      @JohnQPublic11 The Inspector General’s report states specifically:

      “We found no evidence in the CRU emails that NOAA inappropriately manipulated data comprising the [Global Historical Climatology Network – monthly] GHCN-M dataset.” (Page 11) 

      “We found no evidence in the CRU emails to suggest that NOAA failed to adhere to its peer review procedures prior to its dissemination of information.” (Page 11) 

      “We found no evidence in the CRU emails to suggest that NOAA violated its obligations under the IQA.” (Page 12) 

      “We found no evidence in the CRU emails to suggest that NOAA violated its obligations under the Shelby Amendment.” (Page 16) 

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  24. Christian Alfredsson

    The alarms should go off on Egyptology with bells and whistles.

  25. Billie Piper’s Teeth

    I have something better. Its called a bullshit detection kit.

  26. TeddyLeppard

    The problem with the global warming issue is not that the planet is evidently warming and becoming more extreme in the weather shifts, its that the prescription is political and there are clearly people benefitting by these politically prescribed solutions. Its right to question the remedies coming from people and organizations which are connected financially.

  27. theconkernator

    He kind of just rips off Carl Sagan…

    1. Steven Harold Orr

      Scientists are fine with ripping off their predecessors. Science wouldnt work otherwise.

    2. Jabbra

      Its just continuing in his teaching, skeptical thinking isnt something Carl sagan came up with, he probably ripped off the big names in skeptisism that came before him.

    3. theconkernator

      Ya but what he claims as his own idea is basically the same…

  28. Bbarfo

    How about the Climate Change scientists that disagree with the alarmists? They are out there.

  29. C.P.

    The apostle Pauls letter to Timothy:

    Second Timothy

    1. This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.

    2. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,

    3. Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good,

    4. Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;

    5. Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.

    6. For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts,

    7. Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.

    8. Now as Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses, so do these also resist the truth: men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith.

    9. But they shall proceed no further: for their folly shall be manifest unto all men, as theirs also was.

    10. But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of life, purpose, faith, longsuffering, charity, patience,

    11. Persecutions, afflictions, which came unto me at Antioch, at Iconium, at Lystra; what persecutions I endured: but out of them all the Lord delivered me.

    12. Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.

    13. But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.

    14. But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them;

    15. And that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.

    16. All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:

    17. That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.

  30. V Ling

    Perfect for 9/11 Truthers and other conspiracy theorists.

  31. heavy meddle

    When it comes to seeking and finding patterns one big thing must be that for 100.000s years nobody died from running away from shadows in the trees that looked like a predator and those who didnt see patterns… Well they more often became a meal

  32. Emberwilde Productions

    Everyone sharing Plandemic needs to come back here and watch this video first…

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  33. MR BACKHAND

    yeah this is simple.. your all just looking for the axioms.. thats it really

  34. tallwill38

    My Bullshit detector is going off really strongly while listening to this ass clown.Fact is that our solar system has taken 5 Billion years to cool down to present levels and the trend will continue until in approximately 5 Billion more years our Sun will swell up and and most likely consume the Earth at which time Global Warming will be a hell of a lot more than the 2 Degree temperature change that the current narrow minded ass clowns are trying to convince you is a catastrophe.Another fact is the earth has Ice ages that come in 100,000 year cycles with smaller mini Ice ages that come around every 10-13,000 years or so all of this has occurred throughout history well before we had began to use fossil fuels or even had electricity dont believe everything you hear this guy has an agenda and he is hiding it behind the vale of science.

    1. tallwill38

      Another fact is that the highest temperature ever recorded in the US was in Death Valley in the year 1913 that temperature was 134 degrees F.Lets see the first mass produced automobile was the Ford model T in 1908. My point is climate change is real as hell but it is not mainly attributed to mans activity although I do agree that we should all be the best stewards of the Earth that we can be.Watch out for politically and financially motivated people who want to use climate change as a lever for power and control over you.The Governments want to make you feel like the earth has feelings and your hurting them(false) be aware that the Governments and the Corporations are polluting in one second more than your entire life time consumption will be.If people are serious about changing something then park the Jumbo jets, the fighters, Aircraft carriers,Nuclear power plants,Submarines,nuclear weapons,quit deforestation and start to reforest,stop planned obsolescence I.E. cell phone waste E waste, automobile waste,Bust open all the Dams, Fuck it bring on the dark ages.My point is they dont want to do shit about the real problems they just want to control your consumption, your use of a gas powered lawn mower or charcoal grill these are minute contributors to the problem but thats what these ass clowns want is more control, more power and MORE MONEY and who is it they are going to get this from YOU the next generation and the one after that too and …. who knows if it will ever be enough to satisfy their greed for money, power and destruction.

  35. Amber Maykut

    Was hoping this Baloney Detection Kit video was going to show how to detect deli meats. Very disappointed.

    1. Mr J

      Hahahahahaha excellent comment..

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    3. CommercialVehicle

      but if it the video sunk in, you will have superior life skills…and deli meats will be a simple issue….

    4. teo delfuego

      Belatedly, I appreciate your humor

  36. Cyber Hermit

    Shermer the squirmer…. he is a proven liar. David Cole recorded him admitting revisionists are right.

  37. manaohar samtani

    Biggest baloney is the christian religion. They claim a prophet to be a GOD.

  38. territorial piss

    He probably made this for Deepak Chopra 😂😂

  39. Arthur Müller

    Science is not just the best method for understanding the natural world. It is the ONLY method that can reliably furnish us with true information about the universe. Science is a special kind of truth-seeking, namely the conjecture-criticism combination, applied to the physical universe. It is the only way of producing good explanations for the phenomena we see.

    I recommend David Deutschs The Beginning of Infinity, and of course Karl Poppers The Logic of Scientific Discovery

  40. Hossain Pezeshki

    Measurement errors do not necessarily cancel each other out.

  41. The Best of Shitposts

    Epic video by Michael Shermer

  42. rccrashburn

    Have claims been verified by somebody else?
    Means: Have the claims withstood extreme tests by the scientific community?
    (virtually ALL of the worlds religions have TOTALLY failed such tests)

  43. Keith Purtell

    Is there any particular reason that footage of Native Americans (or white people dressed up that way) was used to illustrate foolish superstition?

    1. ZangelDemon

      That was an example of a rain dance? If thats the case, I guess that clears it up. I wish it had been explained better. Perhaps it was the fault of the editor and not the speaker.

    2. 613

      You seriously think those were white people? Have you ever seen a native american? Look at their faces.

  44. zazen108

    This guy has a good understanding of science but no understanding of psychology. You are not going to change a flat earther or a trump believer through reason.

  45. Cove

    The straw manning in this video gave me cancer.

  46. TheMonkey424

    Shermer is lying about cold fusion. Cold fusion should more accurately be called low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) and positive results using the method of Pons and Fleishman HAVE been replicated by others. See “COLD FUSION: An Objective Assessment” by Dr Edmund Storms (2002). One such individual who achieved positive results is Dr John Bockris, a pioneer of electrochemistry who was initially accused of fraud but later exonerated following three formal investigations.

    1. B Miller

      And yet, no front page news, no powering the world with the bullshit that was cold fusions biggest 5 minutes of fame (so far).

  47. Ani D

    Point three seems wrong to me. What if something that happens to someone is deeply personal, if it cant be replicated by others, or lets assume cant be replicated by the same person at another time too. Why does something have to wrong with that? (PS Im not talking about religious revelation, only pointing out the dogma of science (yes it exists 🙂 which might lead us away from the truth.)

    1. 2fast2block

      If youre taking this dumbass seriously, then thats your problem.

  48. Hugh M. Bean

    I was listening with interest until he started ignoring the evidence of Dr Rupert Sheldrake, Dean Radin and the like. Hes doing what he says you shouldnt do, seems hypocritical to me.

    Maybe I shouldnt react like that though.

    Can someone tell me why were ignoring evidence that suggests a weak telepathic effect between people who are close to each other?

    I do believe a certain amount of skepticism is very important, thats why Im skeptical about skeptics. Why are skeptically replicated studies on this being ignored?

    1. Hugh M. Bean

      Can we do this with any scientist we like now? Is that what science is? We dont like experimental data and we just claim its bullshit? Is this the height of intellectual argument?

      Can you provide your evidence that Rupert Sheldrakes work has been roundly rejected by the scientific community? What I have seen contradicts your opinion.

      Part of the scientific community, sceptical and those who accept his results have had a lot success replicating his results. Particularly around some of the core concepts like telephone telepathy.

      Stuart Hameroff is using ideas that Dean Radins work and Rupert Sheldrakes work tap in to in order to explore ideas of consciousness and quantum computation within specific neurones within the brain. Theres a lot of really exciting, genuine, scientific work going on in this area.

      More than this, youre also by extension claiming that all cultures that embrace the idea of degrees of telepathic communication are backwards and well full of and Ill use your word bullshit. That is incredibly condescending and arrogant.

      Bullshit is also quite an emotional word. Why do you feel the need to be so aggressive? Does this scientific research upset your belief system? Have you asked yourself that question?

      Ill be honest with you, I dont expect you to be reasonable about what Im saying, that might be my own character flaw and I might be being a dick about that. If you are willing to chat about it seriously, Im sorry for assuming the worst from you, genuinely.

      What I think is important is that when curious, open minded people read our conversation that we both represent ourselves well and provide an interesting argument, rather than looking like teenagers flaming things.

      Ive got some links below that provide intellectual back up to the position Im putting forward:

    2. Rupert Pupkin

      Rupert Sheldrake? Youre joking, right? Sheldrake peddles bullshit that has been roundly rejected by the scientific community.

  49. 613

    9:25 Id like to inform you, Mr. Shermer, that there are actually 30+ million bipedal hominids running around in Canada. 🙂

  50. Audrey Shotland

    Who else is watching this in science class for distance learning 🙋‍♀️

    1. RM apCynan

      It makes me wonder what Im spending money on my university tuition for, when I can probably learn it all on youtube…

    2. Markus Müller

      @Goddess Redina (Mistress Red) Now I guess Ive done your homework, right? Be aware: I quite often messed up with teachers – so please stick to your own opinion 😉 Have fun!

    3. Markus Müller

      @Goddess Redina (Mistress Red) Thanks for your question!
      I watched the video and read the introduction. – And I think that the baloney detection kit is at least incomplete or even worse. Imagine: Somebody did invented or discovered something new, e.g. x-rays, the function of the atomic bomb or worp speed, a black hole … 😉 Lets go back in mind and answer the ten questions:
      1. How reliable is the source of the claim? We dont know about this guy – She might have profound knowledge, But we never heard before about her.
      2.Does the source make similar claims? No, e.g. the function of the atomic bomb has been totally new.
      3. Have the claims been verified by somebody else? Not yet.
      4. Does this fit with the way the world works? Its something new. We have no experience.
      5. Has anyone tried to disprove the claim? Yes
      6. Where does the preponderance of evidence point? There is only one person who has come to this realization.
      7. Is the claimant playing by the rules of science? The person claims, that he has discovered so far unknown rules.
      8. Is the claimant providing positive evidence? Yes. But in theory only.
      9. Does the new theory account for as many phenomena as the old theory? The new theory goes beyond the old theory.
      10. Are personal beliefs driving the claim? Yes, always. Money, prestige, intention to change something …
      I prefer to trust in logic and plausibility. And thats nothing new: 32 Whoever speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the one to come.
      One of my hobbies is to unmask agitators, hypocrites and false flags

    4. Goddess Redina (Mistress Red)

      @Markus Müller I get the feeling you havent watched the Baloney Detection Kit video yet, have you? You know, the one youre commenting on right now.

    5. Markus Müller

      @Goddess Redina (Mistress Red) Try the baloney detection kit at first two playlists! One playlist contains valuable information – the other reveals nonsense. Two highlights:

  51. Howard Liang

    What if… just what if… we feed the kit to it self? Will it ever halt 😉

  52. Menatoorus

    Four years ago, watching this presentation has radically changed my perception of the world.

  53. HeyAshantee

    ummm when he said, its just rocks for the Egyptians building pyramids was disgusting… its really sad because he really made it seem like they didnt work hard because they had nothing to do… Egyptian slaves use to get beat on too and were forced to build those pyramids by their king and queens…honestly, that was his white privilege speaking because he never experiences his ancestors building for free and cheap labor while being a slave…

  54. shawarmageddonit

    Can we somehow make everyone in the world watch and understand this?

  55. leeskirs

    I wish early education focused more on teaching children the scientific method.

  56. Antonio Rocha

    I lost all respect to this video, even though it has good points, when the video shows a group of Native Americans dancing when the
    obnoxious scientist said the word superstition. That was a below the belt move in regards to a group of people whose believe system is connected to the earth and preserves the natural word for generations to come.
    Science has done a lot of good, but it is not because something cannot be proven in a lab that it is false. It just means scientists cannot not explain it.

  57. Novo

    For anyone whos wondering, point 10 and 2 are NOT ad hominems as the validity of the claim is deal with first, then possible reasons (particularly psychological ones) can be discussed for why a person ends up at their faulty decision, not as an actual refutation of the point itself.

    Baloney is great with pickles but can also completely mess up your life.

  58. streglof

    this is my shortlist for whether or not to believe some claim someone made:

    1: magic doesnt exist.
    2: miracles dont exist.
    3: paranormal phenomena dont exist.
    4: god doesnt exist.
    5: science is real.

  59. Chitaranjan Khoirom

    The trouble for me is that, are we to understand science as from a scientific realism point or as scientific pragmatism or constructive empiricism? And also what about ceteris paribus laws” in science? I’m just confused that’s all.

  60. Akira Mishtokaru

    2:46 Brilliant! Excelent idea! This needs to be understood by everyone.

  61. missthunderstormable

    haha you gotta love this guy! even though i m Christian and he is an atheist 🙁

  62. NKM Atớpycide

    Not even wrong != Rational-Wiki – This video is great stuff.

  63. GMPLAS7

    He is the Sceptic of Sceptics … a monthly columnist in Scientific American. Head of one of America´s leading sceptics organisations. Yeah. He also in that Scientific American column revealed himself to be THIS MAN – the man who chooses to speak on why people believe in unusual things and ´The Threat of Pseudoscience´

    …and then read what happened to Michael Shermer – the editor of Skeptic magazine and arch Skeptic himself – on his wedding day in 2014.

  64. Jiefu Li

    Therefore, God doesnt exist.

  65. IamRangers

    I am not going to lie, this was a terrific vid. Really challenged my view process.

    1. Shadow

      Leighton Anderson You sound incredibly ignorant, do us all a favor and shut up. You constantly bring up other’s ages; Do you really think that age strictly correlates to coherence? If you were an adult at the time you made those comments, then clearly not.

    2. Mr. Racea

      @Leighton Anderson why is it important when you made the argument? Does it matter if it was 5 yrs ago or 5 min?
      Could you explain or you just like talking?
      Thanks, i already have a life, but if you can give me an additional one, why not?!

    3. Leighton Anderson

      @Mr. Racea Hilarious. Five years ago, I made a comment, so you decide now to tell me what I was thinking. Boy, thats amazing. Actually, my original comment was apt. But you know if you disagree, thats cool too. Get a life?

    4. Mr. Racea

      @Leighton Anderson i think you just dont like the guy (or could be that you realized that if you apply what he said you may need to change your opinions on some issues, and you didnt like that?), as you kinda dance around and really dont say what exactly is wrong/shallow with the video.
      it could be shallow, of course, if you compare it to some academic research paper. but it was not intended to be smth specific. it was just a guide for a bs detection kit. a guide, like some questions to think of, you get it?

    5. Mr. Racea

      @Leighton Anderson i think you should rewatch the video, it really seems you missed the whole point 🙂

  66. Peter White

    Oh dear Ive just read the comments further below and its all kicking off with verbal aggression and violent threats. shame

  67. Damian Murray

    yes Michael, scientific corroboration is very important. otherwise you could jeopardise public safety. your hypocrisy is stomach turning since you helped to keep the NIST World Trade Center building 7 fraudulent simulation classified, so that it can not be open to scientific scrutiny

    1. 0509killer

      +Damian Murray You werent watching the video. The non-release of (insert your government research document here) is called Negative Evidence. By the way, here is the document you want: . now what?

    2. Russell Greenlee

      +Damian Murray I now understand why people wont try to argue with you.

      Have a great day!

    3. Damian Murray

      +Russell Greenlee Patrick David Gallagher
        

      the official explanation for WTC 7s collapse is that it was brought down by regular office fires. the minor, scattered, asymmetrical office fires caused a single column (column 79 13th floor) failure, initiating a progressive collapse of the entire structure, symmetrically at free fall acceleration into its own footprint. if terrorists want to attack they are going to find a way. it makes no sense for the scientific community to compromise and remain ignorant of this potentially catastrophic event. if NIST is correct and this 47 story steel framed building came down as a result of regular office fires, then it is absolutely vital that all building professionals study this collapse to account for this possibility. unyet most building professionals know absolutely nothing about one of the worst structural failures of modern steel frame buildings. you are obviously a measured and intelligent person unyet it seems you know nothing about this 3rd tower that fell at 5:20pm 9/11/01 in NY

    4. Russell Greenlee

      +Damian Murray I am not aware of the lack of release of this information.

      Can you please cite the source?

      For now, I will respond to your speculation with more speculation:

      One would think that if there is a common vulnerability in building structure, we wouldnt want every potential terrorist to know about these vulnerabilities. To fix these vulnerabilities, it may not be practical without dismantling them all. Therefore, there is little to be gained, but a lot to be lost by releasing such information.

    5. Damian Murray

      @Russell Greenlee what is your opinion on the National Institute for Standards & Technology (NIST) not releasing their WTC 7 building collapse model data to Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth and the scientific world? NIST stated that making the information on the 3rd worst structural failure in modern steel frame buildings would jeopardise public safety.

  68. Robert

    I tried this test while in college on every religion that I could find… not a single one passed.
    No supernatural belief system can stand up to scientific scrutiny.
    That is why, to this day, I am an anti-theist (which is different from an atheist – google it).

  69. Thomas Herzog

    i fail to comply number one since litteraly EVERY german newsstation some time ago made the same mistake in their report about the caucasus.they all called the country the riots 2010 did happen kirgistan because thats the english word for it and everyone blindly copied one another without checking. in german we always have called the state kirgisistan not much difference, but it showed me that most, if not all newspapers didnt verify anything and just copy the source. so even if any reliable outlet prints something, i dont beliefe it until i checked with different mediaforms and known sceptics on every possible side of interrest.

  70. Noah Singer

    13:46 the computer says searchy haha

  71. UNDFTDGordon

    This is essential viewing.

  72. earthpet

    Okay, Baloney Detection used on Patterson-Gimlin footage of unusual hominid filmed 1967.

    1. How reliable is the source of the claim?
    A. Film footage evidence. No claim needed.
    2. Does the source make similar claims?
    A. There is no claim made.
    3. Have the claims been made by someone else?
    A. There is no claim made.
    4. Does this fit the way the world works?
    A. It is film evidence of a hominid-like creature. If true then it is simply another species of hominid or a human with verifiably bizarre proportions closer to a Neanderthal.
    5. Has anyone tried to disprove the claim?
    A. Yes, many have tried, but the footage has never been credibly duplicated with historical accuracy. An alternate explanation requires an elaborate and dubious conspiracy theory.
    6. Where does the preponderance of evidence point?
    A. Either a new species of hominid or a human with verifiably bizarre proportions closer to a Neanderthal.
    7. Is the claimant playing by the rules of science?
    A. There is no claim made.
    8. Is the claimant providing positive evidence?
    A. There is only evidence, no claim is made.
    9. Does the new theory account for as many phenomena as the old theory?
    A. Yes. There is already established evidence that other species of hominid have existed.
    10. Are personal beliefs driving the claim?
    A. There is no claim made.

    In 2017 a new species of orangutan was recognized by science. The reason it took so long is because they were in the mountains near the other two species of orangutan and it was difficult for scientists to get to them. Orangutans are slow moving primates who tend to stay around the same general vicinity. They also have a familiar behavior profile.

    The subject in the Patterson-Gimlin footage is clearly MUCH faster than an orangutan and seems to be moving quickly through a wooded area much less accessible than a Sumatran rain forest. Also, there is no stigma in pursuing the study of orangutans whereas a study of this as yet unrecognized species of hominid is a risk to a scientists credibility and is heavily stigmatized. All that is needed is a scientific investigation led by someone willing to risk ridicule and possibly jeopardize their career, the resources to follow and observe a fast moving hominid-like animal which may have a level of intelligence on par with humans, and said scientist would also be risking their life as the creature in question appears as large or larger than humans and may be hostile.

    Basically, a scientist would be risking their career, possibly their life, and they would need a lot of resources. Gosh, why isnt the evidence piled up to the ceiling? Why dont more people kill something that looks similar to a human? Where are all of the brave scientists with deep financial resources who can pursue a stigmatized subject? Its much easier to simply dismiss it and hope some evidence emerges that can be studied while drinking coffee and pursuing the life of a bureaucrat.

  73. 2fast2block

    Mr. Shermer, I do check things out myself. Did you ever wonder how we got all this? Did you ever examine how creation could have happened naturally? I have. There is NO science to support it. Science fiction does not trump established science. You dont believe in a supernatural creator. Youre so full of baloney that you cant detect it. From the very start you ignored creation and that set your pattern to ignore so many other things that cannot happen by natural means. You think in HUGE gloss-overs ignoring the details. Youre a disgusting dumbass who cant reason your way out of a wet paper bag and yet you love pretending to yourself and others that you care about thinking. Those that think see those that pretend to think.

  74. Shemaiah Gaza

    Nigeria in the mud once again☹

  75. Destry Welch

    I would love to know who pays this guy? Mainly because my baloney detection kit says he is full of it.

  76. B Miller

    We need to get this topic into mandatory education. Hitting everyone with it twice: once in Middle School, and again in High School.

    Its our best attack against Facebook, bullshit and Fake News (ahem, NOT the Trump version).

    1. B Miller

      And yet, we have good evidence. What have you got?

  77. Peter White

    I think you ares misunderstanding scientific method Robert. No theory is %100 correct, If there is some evidence which proves evolution is no correct then scientists would acknowledge the new evidence and go from there. The theory would have to be changed or even completely scrapped, and a new better one developed. You need to get a better understanding of science. Is it that you just dont like science / Shermer / sceptics and the like. Perhaps you prefer knowledge from faith claims?

  78. Steve Humanist

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    I tagged all of you guys, because I thought this would be a good video for you all. Share with your friends and be free from your pseudosciences! Lol.

  79. John Q. Public

    Isnt The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science an oxymoron?

    1. bighornbill1

      Science is based exclusively on reason and logical thinking. And Richard Dawkins is indeed a scientist.

    2. NEM “North Eagle Media”

      +John Q. Public
      Moron!

  80. Roman T

    Him saying about the pyramids being just a pile of rocks when they are very precise and they dont know how to even build them today with all the inner passages seems like he is simplifying that one a bit too much even though I do think Egyptians did it on their own. I agree with his other points though.

  81. A.A.-ron

    I think most climate science deniers (nice burn-the-witch language there btw) wouldnt deny clear evidence of a warming trend when presented with it.

    I think they WOULD deny the accuracy of the politically motivated doomsday claims of if we dont destroy the economy and become communists immediately then were all doomed you guuuuys! The world will be torn asunder by (insert random year here)! Be afraid! I know weve said things like this before for centuries but we really mean it this time its totally happening!

    Its a bit much.

    1. A.A.-ron

      @Gavin Gladsjo

      I hear you, yes. Its just that when things become political fashion (with moral blackmail), then they are no longer workable or scientific.

    2. Gavin Gladsjo

      There are many propositions to combat climate change that would not be considered communism by most people.

  82. rikiwakwak

    My detection kit alarm started ringing when i found out Shermer tried to have a book banned because it has a conversation in it that he doesnt want anyone to know about. This guy is a fraud.

    1. jjdecani

      Even if that is true, what bearing does his desire to keep a conversation private have to do with the points he makes in this video?

      Thats right: none whatsoever. You fail the baloney detection test.

    2. Joel Pearson

      Eh, it was a dumb thing to do, but you can see why hed be against a holocaust denier.

    3. Richard Wyant

      @rikiwakwak found it, thanks for pointing me to it

    4. rikiwakwak

      Just search michael shermer and david cole. Its on yt.

  83. Markus Müller

    Corona Virus Info
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    1. Markus Müller

      @Steven Harold Orr Some people know only, what theyve been told …

    2. Steven Harold Orr

      You didnt pay attention in class, Markus!

  84. Bex a Lizard

    Im not impressed. This guy discredited himself in less than a minute when he put in film of a native american dance when he was talking about superstition and things being fake. Go away with your racist crap.

    1. Alex Gordon

      Bex Lizard ……thats not racist…… nothing about showing a film of native Americans while discussing superstition implies racial inferiority or supremacy

      But what your comment reveals about YOU….. is that you associate criticism of the potentially irrational behaviors of ethnicities/races other than your own….. with racism

      Therefore, you think that saying (or even implying) something tangentially critical about someone of a different culture….. is automatically racist…… therefore you wont criticize stupid behavior in another human being if they arent white.

      That knee jerk reaction of yours is called the bigotry of low expectation and its dangerous because you have a lower standard of intellectual expectation just because someone doesnt look like you, or belongs to a different culture….. kinda like having a black co-worker and thinking ya know what, good for them. Im sure they came from a rough neighborhood, and Im happy for them that they have a good job. …..attitudes like that are loaded with false assumptions, double standards, and implicit self-superiority. You have different standards based on race.

      Not only is that racism masquerading as virtue….. but its stupid too…..

      Watch your mouth, and get your judgmental ass off your high horse. You sound like a bigot….. and even worse….. a bigot who doesnt know theyre a bigot.

      Here. Observe an objective fact with me; Native Americans were superstitious, and it lead to scientific ignorance compared to other cultures.

      ……..no racism required…….

    2. Steelmage99

      @Bex Lizard And he was right. Both you and I (and perhaps others) recognized the footage as that of a Native American rain dance – an irrational ineffective ritual performed because the people in question had a problematic view of correlation and causation.

    3. Steelmage99

      Oops. Spoke too soon. Ignore this

    4. DeoMachina

      @Bex Lizard If calling you a racist is a straw man, then arent you guilty of strawmanning Shermer?  Its clear by now you have no concept of what racism is, or you are simply using double standards.

    5. Bex a Lizard

      @Steelmage99 He didnt even mention it, he just counted on the audience to know what he was referencing with the video and the loop track.

  85. PELHAM ONE TWO THREE 1 2 3 (MR. DRUMS HIMSELF)

    9:47

  86. Jorge Rojas

    0:54
    Why does the video show a Native American ritual when he talks about superstition? Judeochristian superstition is much more common.

    1. JFB1111

      Way to nitpick about nothing. congrats.

  87. All-Seeing

    Richard Dawkins is horribly misinformed. Any doubts? Look at my channel.

  88. tomarin tomarin

    In my definition, science is the best understanding of the world among human beings, of course at the given time. So if someone has different belief than science, thats ok, but he has to beat the intelligence of the most intelligent scientists.

  89. Aditya Jain

    What you are teaching is to be dependent on someone for solutions. You are wrong!!

  90. Rebecca Huot

    Why does this video use indigenous people dancing as the illustration for false, superstitious thinking? Inappropriate and disappointing. I cant use this with my students when you send this sort of a message.

  91. David Carnes

    Michael Shermer is feeding us all a baloney sandwich, because he doesnt follow his own rules. Rule No. 1: How reliable is the source of information? At minute 12, Shermer then proceeds to tell us that global warming is apparently caused by human activity. So, why should we trust a psychologist/cultural anthropologist/magazine editor to tell us whether or not human activity is causing global warming? He doesnt mention the name of a single climate change scientist to support his claim (I am neutral on the question of global warming, by the way). He is appealing to his own authority after telling us at the beginning of the video not to believe him.

    His rules are good, though.

  92. Owen K

    Good video bad input of personal bias in a video on some subjects as if the video makes it true though.

  93. larscp

    YES.. Always follow the data, not your believes

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