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World-famous magician and skeptic Jamy Ian Swiss shares his passionate vision for the scope of modern scientific skepticism, live from the stage at TAM 2012. With a special musical introduction by TAM emcee George Hrab.
Social psychologist Carol Tavris, Ph.D. explores the funny, disconcerting, and dangerous implications of poorly-applied neuroscience research. Live on stage at TAM 2012.
Linguist, investigator, and JREF fellow Dr. Karen Stollznow uses her expertise in language to explain psychics, mediums, channelers, and other peddlers of the paranormal. Live on stage from TAM 2012. With a special musical introduction by TAM [...]
Astronomer and educator Dr. Pamela Gay calls on skeptics to be proactive in creating a kinder, more rational, and welcoming society for both themselves and others. Live on stage at TAM 2012. With a special musical introduction by TAM emcee George [...]
JREF research fellow Tim Farley, creator of WhatsTheHarm.net, details how skeptics are using the vast resources of the internet to educate the public about pseudoscience and the paranormal, and how skeptics on the web are holding peddlers of [...]
Expert doctors Steven Novella, Harriet Hall, David Gorski, and Rachel Dunlop discuss so-called “alternative” medicine. What kinds of treatments does that term include? Are these treatments effective or even ethical? How can practitioners [...]
Carrie Poppy, Director of Communications at the James Randi Educational Foundation and co-host of the popular “Oh No, Ross and Carrie!” podcast, discusses the importance of using inclusive language while doing outreach. Combining [...]
Randi extends his invitation to set sail with him and an exciting lineup of skeptical speakers on the Amaz!ng Adventure 2012, a cruise of the beautiful Mayan Riviera. Join Randi, Ben Radford, Jennifer Michael Hecht, Toni Van Pelt, and the JREF [...]
The Randi Show is a biweekly video podcast produced by the James Randi Educational Foundation. James Randi himself discusses news from the world of science, pseudoscience, and the paranormal. Plus, he shares some stories from his amazing life. [...]
MythBusters’ Adam Savage on applying skepticism to his work on one of the most popular and beloved science shows of all time. Plus, Q&A from the audience at the James Randi Educational Foundation’s TAM London conference in 2009.