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The Skeptic Zone

Sep 24, 2017

Richard Saunders

Susan Gerbic
All roads lead to Europe and the European Skeptics Congress. We catch up with Susan Gerbic as she travels from country to country, making her way to the main event.

Bent Spoon nominations for 2017
The nominations for the 2017 Australian Skeptics’ Bent Spoon award have been published, featuring an array of potential winners and dis-honourees.
The Spoon is awarded to the most preposterous piece of paranormal or pseudoscientific piffle of the year, and is one of the least sought-after awards on the woo calendar. Past winners include Paleo Pete Evans, Homeopathy Plus, the Lutec free energy generator, a whole range of universities, and a psychic dentist.

Brew Ha Ha: Science in less time than it takes to order a coffee
With Kelly Wong
History became HERstory when researchers used genomics to confirm that a Viking warrior was, in fact female - not male as anthropologists and historians had assumed.

A Piece of his Mind - With Professor Paul Willis
No Time for Heroes
Heroes on the big screen are all very well, but should we be looking to more realistic answers to the problems of the world?

Media Engagement Services

Anti-vaccination GP John Piesse - Update
Dr John Piesse suspended from practice - Children in peril due to his actions - What he really thinks about vaccination.

Mitcham anti-vax doctor John Piesse suspended by medical board

Kinder Kids - Herald Sun

A Grain of Salt with Eran Segev
This week Eran chats Yoav Landsman about his work with Space IL and the $30M Google Lunar XPRIZE to get to the moon.


Richard Saunders and Tim Medham - late night radio segment

Maynard and Bunga Bunga
CSI Con - Las Vagas
QED - Manchester
QED - Skepticamp Manchester

SITP Organiser Survey -

Skepticon Sydney