The United States Olympic team should wear American-made uniforms.
Scientists are boring.
Young people should go to college.
People believe these things. But what you know, may not be so.
On our show this week, we separate myths from truths.
Economist Art Carden says that overpopulation isn't bad.
James Altucher gives advice, such as "un-schooling" your kids.
Senator John Barrasso explains how the EPA makes people sick.
And the physicist Michael Brooks says science often learns a lot from anarchy, not meticulous research.
And finally, I show that government may not adopt the best product, like a superior fire retardant. I'll put it on my skin, and stick my hand in flame.