Cellar Door Skeptics #94: Amazon Welfare and Thermodynamics

This is the remainder of episode 93 that was not recorded Tuesday due to the length of the discussion on the Charlottesville Terrorist Attack.

But this episode comes back strong talking about how Amazon is getting corporate welfare and tax breaks. The show will end on their science segment talking about an article that discusses whether new experiments into the 2nd law of thermodynamics hold the key to the origins of life.

#AmazonWelfare #thermodynamics #Creation #OriginsofLife #Evolution #CorporateWelfare

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One Reply to “Cellar Door Skeptics #94: Amazon Welfare and Thermodynamics”

  1. Reblogged this on Deafilosophy and commented:

    Seriously thinking about cancelling #Prime on this one. I get investing in the market but why do super rich corporations needs help when my little machine shop get taxed almost into oblivion. Screw big lobby/corporate.


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