Evan Bernstein has been an active participant in the skeptical movement since 1996, he is most commonly know for being a member of the Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe podcast. He has a particular interest for history and greets his listeners in a different language every episode before saying what has happened that day in the history of science and skepticism. More
The New England Skeptical Society (NESS) is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1996 to promote science and reason More
Posted by Gabriel Aponte / / Categories: Connecticut, Groups, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont / Tags: Evan Bernstein, Jay Novella, Mike Lacelle, NESS, Perry DeAngelis, Robert Novella, Skeptics Guide To The Universe, Steven Novella
Many skeptical podcasts have been around for several years and feature hundreds of episodes. We understand that it can be hard jumping into a show with such a history, so we have created 10 To Start, a running series in which we pick 10 past episodes we feel would give the newcomer a good footing and understanding of the show.
Since it’s launch on May 4, 2005 the Skeptics’ Guide To The Universe has not only been one of the most popular skeptical podcasts but also one of the most popular general science podcasts on iTunes. The show is very accessible to the skeptical newcomer, while still teaching new ideas and giving fresh insight on the latest news for even the most expert of skeptics. More
Posted by Eric Weiss / / Categories: 10 To Start, SotN Blog / Tags: Adam Savage, Andrew Wakefield, Jay Novella, Jon Ronson, Mehmet Oz, Perry DeAngelis, Rebecca Watson, Robert Novella, Simon Singh, Steven Novella
The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe is dedicated to promoting critical thinking, reason, and the public understanding of science through online and other media. More