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Episode #070, feat. Bethania Palma from Snopes.com

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Bethania Palma

This week’s episode is entirely dedicated to our interview with Snopes.com fact checker and journalist, Bethania Palma. We also talked about March for Science across Europe.

Segments

Intro; Greetings & Feedback; Interview with Bethania Palma; Farewell; Out-takes

Show notes:
00:00:00
INTRO music

00:00:33
Greetings & feedback

Please, visit our ‘Events in Europe’ page to see what’s going on across the continent in skepticism.

00:13:12
Interview with Bethania Palma

00:49:38
Farewell

00:52:51
Outro

00:54:06
Out-takes

Episode #065

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This week we’re back with the regular segments discussing lots of different topics ranging from Chickenpox, SpaceX, Newton and Fake News to what happened #LastNightInSweden after all, how Bild is fighting falsehoods, March for Science across the world, Global Warming denial, Paleo diet, Metro in Sweden, What Doctor’s Don’t Tell You and more.

If you’re interested in the events happening across Europe, please visit our calendar page.

Segments
Intro; Greetings & Feedback; This Week in Skepticism; Skeptical News; Logical Fallacy; Really Wrong; Quote

Show notes:
00:00:00
INTRO music

00:00:26
Greetings & feedback

00:16:01
This Week in Skepticism
Sir Isaac Newton English mathematician, astronomer and physicist

00:24:15
Skeptical News

  1. Bild opens up a new front in the war against fake news and bad journalism
  2. NRK, Norwegian Public Service, tries new system to get quality on-line comments
  3. Climate denier amends Dutch Liberals election programme
  4. “What Doctors Don’t Tell You” now available in Hungarian
  5. Metro Sweden publishes “the Little Viral Monitor” for schools

00:45:32
Logical Fallacy
Subjectivist Fallacy

00:47:30
Really Wrong
Archbishop Michael Neary of Tuam, Ireland

00:56:14
Radio Spots

00:57:43
Quote
“It is my deliberate opinion that the one essential requisite of human welfare in all ways is scientific knowledge of human nature.”

/Harriet Martineau-English scholar, writer and translator who was a friend of Charles Darwin./

00:58:37
Outro

00:59:52
Out-takes