Ken & Kevin are back again. This episode they talk about a game that has convinced global warming deniers that climate change is real. They go off the rails almost immediately by wondering if someone who believes that Earth is flat can also believe in global warming. Would this article have benefited from actually showing how the game functions? How do you take the partisanship out of this topic? One way to help global warming is to ride a bike. How fast was Denise Mueller-Korenek going when she set the land speed record for bicycling in the Utah Bonneville Salt Flats? How is this goal accomplished? How is the bicycle different from a normal bike? When was the first record set for bicycling speed? Ken & Kevin move on to a record of another kind, the oldest art in the world. How much older than the cave paintings are these new markings? How did the discoverer’s realize it was art? Will we ever know what this art meant? The guys end up by talking about dog walking companies like Rover.com and Wag.com. Would either of your hosts trust such a company? Is this another tale of a small amount of problems overwhelming a majority of good work by these companies? What were the Bell Time Beers of choice? Find out by clicking the link below.