Organised skepticism in the UK is activism, and more importantly community focused, as evidenced by #qedcon. States could learn from us! 🙂
— Tom Williamson (@skepticCanary) October 21, 2016
Indeed, Tom, we surely could. I’ve long been impressed with the community-engagement model of skeptical activism, which is relatively underutilized here in the United States.
American skeptics with automobiles could start by reviewing some of these quality QED podcasts during our grueling morning commutes:
Skeptics with a K: Episode #184 — Live from QED 2016https://t.co/lmPs9TtzsH
Unbalanced minerals, contraceptive pills and tech-savvy kids.
— Merseyside Skeptics (@merseyskeptics) October 21, 2016
Have you grabbed our #qedcon podcast yet? Hear @CDisillusion @sallylepage @stevyncolgan & @NaturoDiaries – iTunes or https://t.co/6ul3zmpzIK
— Edinburgh Skeptics (@edskeptics) October 21, 2016
Ep #045 w @QEDcon interviews feat @soozaphone, @MrMMarsh, @chrisfhiggins, @standupmaths, Steve Malone & @1Veertje https://t.co/FDVZme4CD9
— European SkepticsPod (@espodcast_eu) October 24, 2016
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