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Pint of Science Australia runs events to bring researchers across all fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine to share their recent discoveries with the local community. You don't need any science background to attend a #PintAU19 event. It's an opportunity to find out how research today is impacting our lives tomorrow, ask questions, and to meet some really inspiring people.
A chat with Tom and Jirana, the National directors for Pint of Science Australia.
Do you remember a few years back when a rich and famous actor decided to bring his beloved pets to Australia on a holiday, but instead of doing it the legal way, by putting them through quarantine first, he decided to just smuggle them in and not tell anyone....
We look at 30 years of the Mind Body Spirit festival in Australia.
An interview with Tim Mendham editor of 'The Skeptic
Magazine' from Australian Skeptics.
So-called 'Psychic Detectives' sensing nothing
There's a reason police don't work with psychics. Psychics don't
work. Which is a bit of an issue in the results-orientated realms
in which police and search-and-rescue personnel operate. With the
best will in the otherworld, not one example of face-scrunched, chest-tightening,
I-feel-such-a-chill emoting has yet solved a single New Zealand murder
or resolved a search.
Kate Carter, Director of Community Science Education at NCSE. Kate
joined NCSE in 2018, after lecturing in biology and working in curriculum
development and informal education. She holds a Ph.D. in human evolutionary
biology from Harvard University.
Something does smell right in New Zealand Schools. An Auckland primary
school has pulled therapeutic diffusers from the classroom after a
high court threat from a parent who said the essential oils could
trigger asthma attacks.
Heidi looks into Essential Oils. What are they, what of the claims
and do they live up to them?
Thursday, November 16, 1989, was an auspicious day for the New Age
in Australia. It marked the opening of the four-day Festival for Mind,
Body, Spirit, what is surely the largest gathering so far of New Age
marketing yet held in this country.
A interview with Dr Eugenie Scott about what she
thinks Charles Darwin would have to say to today's 'Young Earth Creationists'.
Measles Outbreak Emergency
New York county declares Measles outbreak emergency. Rockland County,
north of New York City, has barred unvaccinated children from public
spaces after 153 cases were confirmed. Also Measles fear in the Bay
We head to Millbrae Skeptics in the Pub, near SFO Airport, to enjoy
a Guinness, a meal and good company. We ask the big question, 'should
you argue with somebody who is wrong on the Internet?' With Greg Dorais,
Leonard Tramiel and more.
Australian Skeptics looking for 'psychic detectives'
Many self-professed psychics claim to have assisted police by providing
"insights" into the whereabouts of missing persons, finding evidence,
etc. The newspaper headline "Psychic helps in huntforwoman" is commonplace,
but rarely do we hear of any follow-up on how useful the psychic's
advice (or the newspapers) would lead one to believe.
Join the cast of the Skeptic Zone Podcast, and host of
special guests, in their first audio adventure as they board the
Australian Space Ship Solar Flare to fight
the forces of woo thoughout the galaxy!
Invented, Folded and Photographed
by Richard Saunders
The Skeptic Zone Podcast
is an independent production by Richard Saunders and the team of reporters.
The views and opinions expressed on the Skeptics Zone Podcast are not
necessarily those Australian Skeptics Inc. or any other skeptical organisation.