Meet The Skeptics!

Richard Saunders is the host and producer of the weekly The Skeptic Zone podcast

Podcaster, Vodcaster and TV Skeptic as seen on'THE ONE', Richard is also Vice President of Australian Skeptics NSW. In his free time (free time?) he is also part of the Mystery Investigators show for schools.

Richard is also an origami expert and author of 30 books for children. He travels often to the USA to speak at conventions and meetings.

Richard founded Sydney Skeptics in the Pub. Details here.

Follow me on Twitter @MeetTheSkeptics.

Direct download: MTS-Meet_Richard_Saunders.m4a
Category:Science and Skepticism -- posted at: 12:00am EST

Tim Farley hosts the website www.whatstheharm.net. He's well known in skeptical circles both for this website and for his regular daily updates on Skeptic History.

You can hear Tim's updates on The Skepticality podcast, or follow him on Twitter @Krelnik.

Don't forget to follow Meet The Skeptics on Twitter as well @MeetTheSkeptics.

Direct download: MTS-Meet_Tim_Farley.m4a
Category:Science and Skepticism -- posted at: 12:00am EST

 

Travis Roy is the founder and President of Granite State Skeptics. He is possibly one of the most active organizers, having travelled all the way to Australia for TAM Oz to give a workshop on Grassroots Skepticism. 

Most recently, Travis was named as an official member of the Skeptic Zone! He has some great stories of his work putting together Granite State Skeptics, some good advice for other local organizers, and some funny and interesting stories, one involving an irate mall kiosk salesman.

Enjoy!

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Direct download: MTS_Episode_14_-_Meet_Travis_Roy.m4a
Category:Science and Skepticism -- posted at: 9:55pm EST

David Orr is a science blogger who piqued my interest with his blog “Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs.” I’ve always been a fan of dinosaurs, even having a pretty impressive collection of dinosaur models as a kid. Now, my own sons have taken a similar interest, so I relished the opportunity to speak with David and find out more about where modern science has come as it pertains to these prehistoric beasts.

 

David and I met on the Skeptalk Mailing list. Turns out, there are quite a few cool folks hanging out and debating with vigor over the various topics of the day.

Direct download: Meet_David_Orr.m4a
Category:Science and Skepticism -- posted at: 10:00am EST

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