Token Skeptic Podcast – Videos Of Dragon*Con

http://foundationbeyondbelief.org/fbbpodcast/episodes/PodcastBeyondBelief_20100905.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (24.3MB) | EmbedThis was the third year that I worked at the ‘SkepTrack’ at Dragon*Con – lectures / panels I presented included: Skeptically Speaking: Skeptically Speaking, the talk radio show that asks you to call in and question everything, will be airing live …

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Episode Thirty-Five – On Science At Home – An Interview With Deb Hodgkin

I hope everyone enjoyed Australia’s Science Week! Hello to all the new subscribers and I hope you enjoy earlier episodes as well – all available at Token Skeptic and on iTunes! This episode features Deb Hodgkin of Science-at-home.org! Deb studied Human Biology and Archaeology in her Bachelor of Science, then …

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Episode Thirty-Four – On Saving Your Breath For Running Ponies – An Interview With Bec Crew For Science Week

It is a great honor to celebrate Australia’s National Science Week for 2010, by interviewing science blogger Bec Crew, who writes the informative and hilarious Save Your Breath For Running Ponies! She’s a twenty-six year old Archeology graduate and journalist, who won the Big Blog Theory Competition by popular vote, …

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Episode Thirty-Three – On Coral Reefs And Climate Change – An Interview With Craig Reid Conducted By Warren Bonett

A very special episode for number thirty-three – this is thanks to Warren Bonett of the Embiggen Books bookstore! Over the past ten years, Craig Reid has been working on coral reefs as a diver, educator, researcher and underwater photographer. Coral Reefs and Climate Change, his first publication as principle …

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Episode Thirty-Two – On Infidels And Nomads – An Interview With Ayaan Hirsi Ali Conducted By Reverend Canon Frank Sheehan

http://traffic.libsyn.com/tokenskeptic/._Token_Skeptic_32__On_Infidels_And_Nomads_-_An_Interview_With_Ayaan_Hirsi_Ali_Conducted_By_Reverend_Canon_Frank_Sheehan.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | Download (0.1KB) | EmbedMp3 Download Here – or via Token Skeptic iTunes. This episode would not be possible if it were not for the opportunity given to me by Christ Church Grammar School – particularly the Centre for Ethics and Reverend Canon Frank Sheehan …

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Episode Thirty-One – On Science Communication – An Interview With Dr Jesse Shore

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (17.8MB)SORRY FOR THE DELAY – Libsyn upload was completely unhelpful and I did a ‘work-around’. MP3 of the episode is here! Welcome to Episode Thirty-One! This week, after attending a workshop on evaluation, I had the chance to talk to the President of …

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Last Chance – To Vote For Best Australian Science Blog!

Daniel Keogh, who was interviewed in Token Skeptic episode #30, gives some suggestions as to what makes a good science blogger! Oh – and vote vote vote – head to Science Week’s The Big Blog Theory, found at this link – notice that there’s a microblogging category as well as …

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Libsyn 3 And ‘Where Did All These Episodes Come From??’

Multiple eps on iTunes explained! I‘ve upgraded to Libsyn 3 and the same thing happened to the Geologic podcast and Skeptic Zone – suddenly there’s a whole bunch of older eps that you’ll find in your podcatcher! :/ I think the only thing that can be done is just delete …

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Episode Thirty – On Science Communication, Hungry Beasts And Professor Funk – An Interview With Daniel Keogh

This is episode thirty! Work starts for me again this week, so to save some time, I’m putting this episode online a little earlier than usual. Since this interview focuses on a favourite topic of mine, Science Communication – I thought I’d plug an event by a fellow podcaster who …

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Episode Twenty-Nine – On The Invisible Gorilla – An Interview With Daniel Simons And Christopher Chabris

Direct link to mp3 here! For many listening to this podcast – the phrase ‘Did you see the gorilla?’ might remind you of a group of people throwing a basketball to each other. For those who have no idea – before you go any further, check out the award-winning video …

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