In which you learn how to support science education to children via songs.
Check out the full program for SkeptOKon 2014 – now online!
Come out to SkeptOKon – the first student-organized conference on skepticism and critical thinking ever in Oklahoma!
In which I discuss trigger warnings in the context of fears, anxiety, and how we treat such, thereby showing some of the problems inherent with TWs.
An upcoming talk of mine examines what makes someone believe or not believe in the paranormal.
In which I discuss Dr. Oz’s congressional grilling, and the resultant comedic skewering of his nonsense.
In which one of my students takes a look at the strategies and tactics used by those espousing the so-called dangers of vaccinations.
In which I review Jacoby’s latest book, focused on the great Robert Green Ingersoll, forgotten icon of American freethought.
The film Unstoppable is the latest installment of Kirk Cameron’s many video and film projects that attempt to appeal to Christian youth and to much broader popular tastes in film. Read on to see the context of what the film is trying to accomplish, and how it falls short.
If you are a frequent reader of the Huffington Post, you are probably quite familiar with TAM speaker Cara Santa Maria. She rose to renown as a science writer for HuffPo, where she produced the well-received series “Talk Nerdy to Me” and held the post of Senior Science Correspondent until she left in April 2013. Since then, Cara has become a host on the Young Turks network as well as co-hosting a series on The Weather Channel called Hacking the Planet. She also runs a very active Twitter account.