A song all about Irrational Nonsense.
Inspired by common sense, critical thinking, rationality, evidence, scientific fact and not believing the quack asking for your money.
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The Periodic Table of Irrational Nonsense: http://bit.ly/kPlwHv
James Randi Educational Foundation: http://www.randi.org
Why we see what isn't there: http://www.paranormalitybook.com/
Lyrics: Ross Exton & Ardie Collins
Video: Ross Exton http://twitter.com/rossexton
Vocals & Guitar: Ardie Collins http://twitter.com/ardiecoll
who also releases videos and songs here: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheCooper365Project
A Brief History of Science: http://youtu.be/KFPg4lUoXvA
Go watch: http://youtube.com/user/kalchikc
Carter's daily vlogs are fantastic, go watch them!
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