Table of contents for Dyson, Shermer, The Skeptic and the Paranormal
- Shameless Self-promotion
- Annoucement of non-forthcoming publication
- Finally, it will see the light…
- The Curious Case of Freeman Dyson and the Paranormal
- The Time Has Come (or: Publication Been and Gone)
- Conference Aftermath
- The Conference Presentation
- The Dentith Files – Skeptics Conference Review
Well, that is, I would almost say, that about the Paranormal paper, except the conference version is likely going into the local Skeptic ‘zine, so its story is not yet (completely) told. Still, nice bit of radio; I’m especially pleased with the talk of Primes and Cephalapods; now there’s a Conspiracy Theory for me.
Next time (probably): Anti-semiticism, RadioLive and Conspiracy Theories.
The Dentith Files
Matthew’s just come from hanging out with skeptics, the New Zealand Skeptics, that is.
He presented a paper at their conference and from what he says it didn’t go down too well. In fact he was accused of “letting in the paranormal.”
Matthew runs through what happened and reports on the conference itself.
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Part of his presentation as played on the show a couple of weeks ago.
An unofficial Richard Feynman website with links to a whole bunch of stuff.
Richard Feynman playing bongos