Squaring the Strange #122: Plant Folklore

by | May 31, 2020 | Benjamin Radford, Conspiracy theories, Folklore, Media Literacy, Podcasts, Skepticism, Squaring the Strange | 0 comments

If you need a break from the cornucopia of bad news, the new episode of Squaring the Strange is out. We chat about the passing of a physicist who explored popular sports illusions, and attempting to get answers from the “Plandemic” filmmaker. Then we cover a veritable salad of flora folklore. From very old tales to modern misconceptions, we touch on the ancient Greek dryads and related myths, how to safely dig up a mandrake root, and whether or not houseplants purify the air. Check it out HERE!



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