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The Gralien Report with Micah Hanks is a weekly live show and podcast, airing Mondays from 6 to 8 PM ET, where we seek to better our understanding of science and the mysteries of this world, and explore new possibilities pertaining to our existence. Listen live during any show by clicking the live streaming player at the top of this page.
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About Micah Hanks
Micah Hanks is a writer, podcaster, and researcher whose interests cover a variety of subjects. His areas of focus include history, science, philosophy, current events, cultural studies, technology, unexplained phenomena, and ways the future of humankind may be influenced by science and innovation in the coming decades.
“I think my primary goal is to help people as much as possible,” Micah says, “and learn as much about our world, and the universe, as I can. I think that sums up my primary goals in life.”
Podcasting became a hobby for Micah in early 2011 after a six-year stint working in radio as a producer and on-air talent. Since then, he has continued to pursue his passion for information-driven talk programming through a variety of podcasts, including The Micah Hanks Program and The Gralien Report, a science and unexplained mysteries show, as well as an “unfiltered” current events podcast called Middle Theory, cohosted with his long-time friend and fellow commentator Christopher “McNonymous” McCollum.
Hanks is comfortable with being called a skeptical thinker, in the traditional philosophical sense that when the data is incomplete, we cannot know the answer to a given issue with certainty. Despite this fundamental truism, more often in this world we see that journalists, pundits, bloggers and commentators leap not just to conclusions, but to extremities that are based on their own worldview; whether based in blind faith and dogmatism, or in unreasonable skepticism that borders a “denialist” mentality.
If you have news tips, comments, or questions about the show, you can contact Micah via email at email@example.com.