Episode: The Skeptics Guide #692 - Oct 13 2018


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The Skeptics Guide #692 - Oct 13 2018
What's the Word: Epistocracy; News Items: Ultrafaint Dwarf Galaxies, Monkeys and Wolves, WHO and TCM, Iron Age Sword, HPV Vaccine Update; Most Desirable Artifact; Science or Fiction

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