Quick Update – Next Episode Imminent! I Hope…

Welcome to a future catching-up episode of Token Skeptic – why catching up? Well, I have these things next to me on the table. You can’t tell, but they’re examination papers, like the ones being done in the picture. When I’m not doing everything else that I’m doing, I’m grading …

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Re-Release of Ayaan Hirsi Ali Interview – Episode Thirty-Two

http://traffic.libsyn.com/tokenskeptic/Token_Skeptic_32__On_Infidels_And_Nomads_-_An_Interview_With_Ayaan_Hirsi_Ali_Conducted_By_Reverend_Canon_Frank_Sheehan_ReRelease.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (45.1MB) | EmbedFinally got the bandwidth issues sorted! My first priority upon doing that ? Getting this re-released, after tinkering with the sound and hopefully making it clearer for listeners. Since I’m now on school holidays, and have access to software, I thought …

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The Placebo Effect

http://traffic.libsyn.com/tokenskeptic/The_Placebo_Effect_-_Token_Skeptic.m4vPodcast: Play in new window | Download (33.1MB) | EmbedThis is a short film, thanks to Daniel Keogh! He played it during his touring show ‘The Stupid Species: Why Everyone (Except You) Is An Idiot’ for Science Week. You can follow him on Twitter as ‘Professor Funk’ and hear him …

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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-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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