G’DAY WORLD #230 – The Importance Of Skepticism

I’m often criticized by those who know me best as being an incurable skeptic. So it’s my pleasure today to have as my guest Barry Williams, an Executive Officer with the Australian Skeptics and editor of their quarterly journal. Barry and I talk about the WHY and HOW of being a good skeptic. You can subscribe to their journal, The Skeptic, here for $44 a year.

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3 thoughts on “G’DAY WORLD #230 – The Importance Of Skepticism

  1. I just about choked on my drink when you were talking about being illegitimate heirs to the British throne and suchlike because my grandmother’s great grandfather on one side was the illegitimate son of George I and on the other side was the Duke of Cumberland who was the son of another one of the Georges.

    Its one of the things she’s proudest of in the world.

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