Schemey Pete's Scenarios
Arguably the most important podcast of our time?

Pete Casale

What happens when you're stuck in a confined space with an overgrown autistic boy for an extended time?

You get posed hypothetical scenarios.

Not just plain everyday scenarios, no. Ridiculous, bizarre and psychologically nauseating scenarios. Scenarios that make you think creatively. Scenarios that get people talking. Scenarios that make you wonder what life decisions you made that lead you to be asked such things.

Graham Turner is an English comedian and story-teller who gets angry if you claim that "nice" is a real word. Today we discuss violence towards ne'er-do-wells, incontinence, and the absurdity of all this podcast nonsense.

Steven Baker is a poor man's Bill Burr, or a rich man's Louie CK. We talk about the dangers of having a minimum wage, the practice effect, and how to capitalise on natural disasters.

Louisa is a mathematics and MMA fanatic. Today we discussed breaking the law, upholding the law, and the outcome of a polar bear versus two reticulated pythons in a mixed martial arts bout.

Jay Strydom is a Christian and a software developer. We discuss the philosophy of morality, justice and organised religion. In other words, this is a long argument about religion, ending with a fierce brawl out of which I come second best.

Becky Turner is a biology enthusiast and part-time sniper. We speculate how Derren Brown did his latest psychological tricks on his new Netflix special "Sacrifice", Epicurus' hedonistic treadmill, and the illusion of self.

Bevan is a maniac. Today we discuss the sexual rewiring of Bruce Jenner and some geese, robotic appendages and handy tips on how to hack time (time machine required).

Brad "Wolf Man" Ramsey is a mixed martial artist and sports scientist. This week we talk about the virtue of Thanos, passionapples, and how to determine whether a person is morally worth of flight.

Bevan Earthling is a bee enthusiast and professional maniac, who spends his free time walking, preferably to a supermarket. Today we argue about Donald Trump, the best kind of cake, and the merits of hiding in a barrel at the bottom of a pit.

Becky Turner is a biology enthusiast. This week we criticize the anti-vax movement, argue about time travel and quantify the qualities of the best dinosaur.

Chris Welch is a high school maths teacher. We talk about how to outsmart a bear (which is a type of gay man), bodily gas-powered Mexican shockwaves and the doom of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Becky Turner is a nuclear weapon engineer, but not really. This week we talk about breaking the laws of physics, invisible colours, kicking Gisby in the balls, what we think God is or isn't, and why chimps never attacked Jane Goodall.

Chris Welch is a high school maths teacher. Today we discuss eating human flesh, fondling dogs and the right fictional character to help defend you from the zombie apocalypse.

Becky Turner is the maniac behind ScienceMe.com and is a passionate eternal student of science. I love her! Today we talked about Pete's brain damage, who is technically one of the operators in this conversation. We also cover the important topics of synesthesia and chicken-driven world domination.

Brad "Wolf Man" Ramsey is a mixed martial arts fighter. In this episode, we discuss the best way to bring down a corporation, develop a designer drug and deal with a zombie apocalypse.

Pete and Beck get into a long argument about the philosophy of teleportation, in this episode of Schemey Pete's Scenarios. Now with fixed audio!

The Trapezoid is a professional wrestler known for being the tallest wrestler in the bantamweight division. Today we talk about simulation theory, philosophy and ears that spin rapidly to enhance hearing.

Becky Turner is the founder of ScienceMe.com and biology enthusiast.

Chris Sutton is a professional massage therapist and nature photographer. Warning: This episode has a couple of brief interruptions by children.

Becky Turner is the founder of ScienceMe.com and biology enthusiast.