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The Skeptic Zone

Jun 8, 2019

Show Notes



Richard Saunders


Bigfoot and the FBI

We catch up with famed skeptical investigator Ben Radford for his opinion on the latest news regarding Bigfoot in the FBI.


Britt Hermes successful in defamation lawsuit 

Britt Hermes has been successful in the defamation law suit brought against by US naturopath Colleen Huber. 

On May 24, 2019, the District Court (Landgericht) of Kiel, Germany ruled against Huber in the lawsuit that Huber brought against Hermes in September 2017.


Cold Feet over Cold Fusion with Ian Bryce

Long time skeptical investigator from Australia Skeptics Ian Bryce has been published in the Skeptical Inquirer regarding a claim of cold fusion.


Where to look online for reliable, skeptical information

We head to Sydney Skeptics in the Pub to ask pubbers where they prefer to look online to get their skeptical news and information. 



Sad day for Embiggen 

As you might have heard, Embiggen Books is closing down on June 22. Embiggen has been a perennial presence on skeptical bookshelves and at Skeptics conventions from their beginnings on Queensland's Sunshine Coast to their more recent presence in Melbourne. Refusing to stock pseudoscience, they have promoted science and skepticism relentlessly, but the trials of the book trade and publishing in general have finally caught up. So, send Embiggen off with pride and at least a little cash in the pocket - go down to 197 Lt Lonsdale Street in the middle of Melbourne and buy a boxload.


Skepticon 2019 

Social Canberra Skeptics