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That's Not How Science Works

That's Not How Science Works

About the podcast That's Not How Science Works

Join hosts Caitlin and Nicole as they snark about science in media and discuss why it's good, bad, or just plain ridiculous. TNHSW is using the CW TV show The Flash as a case study for bad science in media, and Caitlin and Nicole are skewering, I mean critiquing, the science in The Flash two episodes at a time. (Nicole would like to take this moment to offer to show the writing team of The Flash how to use Google should they stumble upon this podcast.) However, in between Caitlin suffering/Nicole schadenfreuding through The Flash, TNHSW also covers a variety of media genres, from movies to non-Flash TV shows to books. When Caitlin and Nicole can con them into it, TNHSW also features special guests who provide their real-life science and engineering expertise to the podcast. Basically, TNHSW is like a TED talk, if the presenters were unfiltered and had an unhealthy obsession with Barry Allen. Come for the sarcasm, stay for the cool science facts.

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About the podcast That's Not How Science Works

Join hosts Caitlin and Nicole as they snark about science in media and discuss why it's good, bad, or just plain ridiculous. TNHSW is using the CW TV show The Flash as a case study for bad science in media, and Caitlin and Nicole are skewering, I mean critiquing, the science in The Flash two episodes at a time. (Nicole would like to take this moment to offer to show the writing team of The Flash how to use Google should they stumble upon this podcast.) However, in between Caitlin suffering/Nicole schadenfreuding through The Flash, TNHSW also covers a variety of media genres, from movies to non-Flash TV shows to books. When Caitlin and Nicole can con them into it, TNHSW also features special guests who provide their real-life science and engineering expertise to the podcast. Basically, TNHSW is like a TED talk, if the presenters were unfiltered and had an unhealthy obsession with Barry Allen. Come for the sarcasm, stay for the cool science facts.

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