Virtual Skeptics webcast #5 – September 12, 2012
September 12, 2012 Leave a comment
The third episode of Virtual Skeptics was recorded on Sepbember 12, 2012. You can watch it below.
- Brian Gregory – Host and creator of Virtual Drinking Skeptically
- Eve Siebert – Instructor at U of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and blogger for Skeptical Humanities
- Bob Blaskiewicz – Committee for Skeptical Inquiry’s Conspiracy Guy web columnist and blogger for Skeptical Humanities
- Sharon Hill – Editor of Doubtful News and author of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry’s Sounds Sciencey web column
- Tim Farley – yours truly, proprietor of this blog.
New episodes webcast live every Wednesday with the recorded version available immediately thereafter.
Links mentioned in the show after the jump…
- Mike Adam’s article on CDC preparedness
- Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse
- See Mike Adams rock the mic. He makes Vanilla Ice look straight out of Compton
- Adams blaming the victim
- Fun CDC blog about the apocalypse
- DaVinci Reincarnated – I Agree It Sounds Absurd
- Cult Cures on Medicare
- New Age Medicine of Serge Benhayon Leaves Trail of Broken Families
- Universal Medicine website
- Inside Universal Medicine
- A sharp difference: Study of sham vs real acupuncture appear good or bad depending on how you view it
- Respectful Insolence response (Orac)
- ScienceBased Medicine response (Steve Novella)
- Poking Holes into the safety of acupuncture
- Bem’s psi findings disputed
- How to Monitor the Reputation of Your Website, my blog post from Monday, was most of what I discussed.
- Truth Market was also mentioned, see my blog post from yesterday about that.
- SkeptiCamp DC is September 22 at University of Maryland.
- Sharon will be speaking at CSICON October 25-28 in Nashville.
- The Amaz!ng Meeting 2013 will be July 11-14, 2013.
- Congratulations to Richard Saunders the new President of Australian Skeptics.
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We welcome comments and suggestions, especially of stories to cover or guest panelists to invite on.