The Vienna Circle was a group of early twentieth-century philosophers who sought to reconceptualize empiricism by means of their interpretation of then recent advances in the physical and formal sciences. Their theories were constantly changing. In spite (or perhaps because) of this, they helped to provide the blueprint for analytical philosophy of science as meta-theory.
This current incarnation is made up of neither philosophers nor physicists, but offers forth, nonetheless, an equally empirical stance. Truth or falsity can only be determined by observation or experimentation. A visual and audible blend of truth and lies, you are emplored to disregard impression, opinion, review, or preconception, and rather, formulate your own resolve based on personal experience. See and hear for yourself.