Atheist Nomads Episode 16 – Teaching Critical Thinking with the Token Skeptic’s Kylie Sturgess


0:01:40 FEEDBACK

  • WWII and related stuff
  • How to deal with theistic family members

0:15:21 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – December 13



0:50:19 MUSIC – Apocalyptic Love Song by Shelley Segal (Used by permission)

0:53:20 Plug for the Northwest Freethought Alliance Conference April 5-7, 2013

0:54:14 INTERVIEW – Kylie Sturgess of Token Skeptic

Kylie Sturgess is the host of the Token Skeptic podcast, blogs at Token Skeptic on Freethought Blogs and regularly writes editorials for numerous publications and CSICOP’s Curiouser and Curiouser online column. She was the co-host for the Global Atheist Convention in 2010 and 2012. An award-winning Philosophy teacher, Kylie has lectured on teaching critical thinking and anomalistic beliefs worldwide. In 2011 she was presented with the Secular Student Alliance Best Individual Activist Award for her activism independent of a university student group and was the Australian coordinator of the 2011 10:23 Campaign. In addition, Kylie is a member of the James Randi Educational Foundation Education Advisory Panel.

1:59:06 BLOOPERS

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  1. Did you guys purposefully not mix the channels? It’s very disorienting. edit: for instance i have to listen with one earphone in at work – and I can only hear half the conversation.

  2. No, i just missed one step. I have it fixed and up shortly.

  3. thanks! I’m past that part now, but glad you can fix it.

  4. I’m sorry about the mix up, but now I see why some of the more seasoned podcasters do that final “mix and render” prior to encoding. The updated MP3 has been posted and the Ogg is uploading now.

  5. Awesome… Mono sounds great to me =) Thanks, D

    • Kylie S on December 29, 2012 at 9:13 am

    I use Levelator, if that’s any use?

    1. It looks promising, I’ll check it out.

      Thanks for the tip.

      1. Since the Linux version hasn’t been supported for quite a few years, I tried the Windows version in a Virtual Machine and in the test I ran, it didn’t do much.

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