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Skeptiko – Science at the Tipping Point

By Alex Tsakiris

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Description

Follow the data wherever it leads. Explore the possibility that the dominant scientific paradigm (i.e. Materialism) might be at a tipping point. Engage the top thinkers in pointed discussions about the questions that matter most.

Customer Reviews

Garbage

It's totally dishonest to describe this as a "skeptical" podcast. Listen to the Michael Shermer episode for a prime example. The questions posed to Dr Shermer range from the barely cogent to the utterly non-sensical. By the end of the interview, Shermer can barely contain his irritation at the ridiculous questions. Avoid wasting your time on this credulous junk!

Not skeptical at all

This show claims to be a "skeptical", but it is no more than psuedo science supporters who throw in the odd bit of token skepticism. The show is nothing more than psuedo scientific thinkers trying to give their beliefs some creditability and is in no way skeptical or uses good critical thinking.

Closed Minds Welcome

Initially I liked this podcast. However, it didn't take long to see it for what it is - another outlet for true believers. The name of the podcast suggests that the host is a skeptic - open minded and willing to hear evidence from both science and paranormal directions. However, after 30 episodes the pattern that emerges is that the host only believes in the paranormal, in the absence of any evidence, and the scientific guests that he interviews are simply there in an attempt to attract some kind of credibility to implausable claims. Scientific methods and explainations that his guests present of conveniently ignored as if they never existed, and unlike the scientific approach to research, the host's views and knowledge are in no way open to re-evaluation. Its a true believers' podcast, nothing more, nothing less, and having interviews with respected scientists and skeptics does nothing except expose this to everyone who's mind is truely open.

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