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Winchester Skeptics in the Pub – Frank Swain: “A Critique of Skepticism”

Recorded on 28th October at Winchester Skeptics in the Pub, Frank Swain gets skeptical about skepticism, introduced by Crispian Jago. Thanks to James Thomas for recording this.

This was a version of a talk originally given to Westminster Skeptics in the Pub – you can hear the original here.

The blurb:

“Is the skeptic movement trapped in an echo chamber? Science writer Frank Swain asks if the behaviour of skeptics has created an exclusive club that increasingly communicates only to its own troops, and invites suggestions on how better to reach out to the public”