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Pseudoscientists interview

It’s been a while since I’ve posted but rest assured the club is still going strong. An incredibly hectic school term plus a new baby in my life has limited my blogging time.

About two weeks ago, on the last day of term, Ted Janet came to McKinnon to conduct an interview with Liz Riaikkenen and me. Liz had just spoken for the Vic Skeptics and Ted was keen to spend a little more time listening to what she had to say.

The interview is available on the Young Australian Skeptics website but here is the direct link:

Interview with Ted Janet

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Proud teacher moment

As loathe as I am to promote somebody else’s blog (it’s a competition, right?) I have to send you over to The Young Australian Skeptics for three reasons:

1) A fantastic site redesign

2) An edge-of-your-seat exciting interview with yours truly by the wonderful Ted Janet.

3) A fabulous dinner party survival guide written by one of my very own students, Liz Riaikkenen. She attended the National Convention just recently and was a smash hit. Scoring hugs from Richard Saunders, Rebecca Watson and James Randi she hasn’t looked back and has dived right into the sceptical lifestyle. Here’s hoping she sticks with it and doesn’t become swayed by the appeal of unicorns on the other side.

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