This Week’s Panel:
Eve Siebert — Editor and blogger at Skeptical Humanities
Bob Blaskiewicz — Committee for Skeptical Inquiry’s Conspiracy Guy web columnist, JREF Swift Blog contributor, and blogger for Skeptical Humanities
Sharon Hill — Editor of Doubtful News and author of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry’s Sounds Sciencey web column
Tim Farley — JREF Fellow, creator of whatstheharm.net and skeptools.com
Brian Gregory – Host
Phil Senter and Pondanesa D. Wilkins, “Late-surviving pterosaur?” Palaeontologia Electronica.
New Scientist: The Dragon that Evolved into a Pterosaur
John Goertzen, The Rhamphorhynchoid Pterosaur Scaphognathus crassirostris: A “Living Fossil” Until the 17th Century
Oppose Naturopathic Licensing is a new site along the lines of what Tim talked about last week.
Sara Mayhew was on the front page of Wikipedia in “Did You Know” – the work of Susan Gerbic’s Guerrilla Skeptics
There’s a new editing interface on Lanyrd that supports LinkedIn.
The Ockham Awards nominations end on Friday. Hint, hint.
Info on TAM 2013 will be posted on Monday, February 18.
Sharon wrote A Media Guide to Skepticism which is currently open for public comment, revisions are being made and a finished version will be available in March.
Eve has a segment on Bigfoot and Leif Erickson on the new episode of Skepticality.
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