Not my thing, but it may be yours, so don't let my comment stop you from checking it out. I'm happy that George Hrab is a skeptic and an artist. The world needs more like him. He opens doors to the non-science and non-geologic parts of the world and invites them in to check out our skeptical wares. In that sense, he makes the world a better place.
As for the podcast...well, like I said, it's not my cup of tea, not my slice of cake, not my...not my...not my brand of cookie. It's not chocolate chip. It's not an Oreo. Well...maybe a few of the podcasts are like an Oreo though without the creamy filling and let's face it, that just ain't an Oreo. Unless you happen to like Oreos without the creamy filling in which case you're just eating two chocolaty crackers. A virginal Oreo, if you will, if I may. And come to think of it, are they really chocolaty, those Oreo crackers that bookend the goodness? No no no. I've had chocolate...I mean real chocolate. The kind made by little Swiss girls in pony tails. When it comes down to it, these Oreo...um...endpieces (what else do you call them? Cookie discs?) taste more like the residue at the bottom of a nuclear reactor’s pressure vessel with caffeine additives. Just really really really disgusting. Unless you dunk them in milk. Now that’s what I call good eat’n!
No…this podcast is, for me, more like a Lorna Doone. Or a Ritz.