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Episode Eighty-Four – On Being Very Superstitious – Dragon*Con Panel 2011

From the 2011 Skeptrack at Dragon*Con, this is one of six panels that I took part in and it’s one I was proud to moderate!

This is Very Superstitious – psychology, belief, weird things – what does the research show and when is superstition not the way? Features Kylie Sturgess, Barbara Drescher, Stephen King, Robert Blaskiewicz and Dr Steve Novella.

Many, MANY thanks to the Skeptrack –Derek Colanduno of Skepticality.com and Mark Ditzler at Abrupt Media.

Quick shout-outs at the beginning of the podcast – Max Barry booklaunch – “Machine Man” on Saturday 29th October, 3pm at Embiggen Books in Melbourne – head to www.embiggenbooks.com.

New SkeptiCamps happening in Australia – SurfCoast Summer Skepticamp on Saturday 21st January and a forthcoming one in Perth. Go to http://skepticampaustralia.org to find out more.

Curiouser and Curiouser column on the CSICOP Website can be found at www.csicop.org. Will feature a transcript of the interview I conducted with Hayley Stevens, for episode #79 of the Token Skeptic podcast, on The Barnum Project.

The Token Skeptic Blog – now on FreeThought Blogs, one of the most popular online Atheist blogging networks, started by Ed Brayton and PZ Myers. http://freethoughtblogs.com/tokenskeptic.

This show is available on Zune, mp3 via Libsyn or iTunes. Visit www.tokenskeptic.org – and I’d love to get your feedback at tokenskeptic@gmail.com. Theme songs are “P&P” by Derek K Miller of www.penmachine.com and “Leap Second” by Milton Mermikides, of  www.miltonmermikides.com. Please considering supporting the show via visiting Tokenskeptic.

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