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12th December 2003, 06:33 PM
"Hear Jim Underdown on the radio this Sunday 7:00 p.m.
Center for Inquiry-West Executive Director James Underdown will be featured along with CSICOP Investigator Joe Nickell on the SETI Institute's nationwide radio show "Are We Alone?" this Sunday at 7pm.
In L.A. the show will air at 7pm on KTIE 590 AM, and at 11 pm on KRLA 870 AM.
See below for more about how to hear the show.
1. Click to Radio America and hear it live on your computer: http://www.radioamerica.org/radioamericaaudiolink.html
2. Click to the SETI Institute's Web site and listen to the archived shows:
3. Listen to a broadcast station that transmits the show near you. Here's a list of affiliated stations from the SETI Institute's Web site: http://seti.org/epo/seti_radio/where_to_hear.php"
Source: uci-skeptics notice
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17th December 2003, 10:40 AM
Hey thanks a lot for the notice. I missed the show but will download it when they put in up on the site.
There are many good shows on this site and they are easily downloadable. Perfect for listening to on my MP3 player on that long flight to Vegas for TAM II. :D
17th December 2003, 03:36 PM
Pick up one of Joe Nickells books for the flight too! His handbook on how to be a psychic investigator is great for the layperson. Especially his chapter on how NOT to get your butt sued...
5th January 2004, 12:06 PM
The December show is now archived on the Seti Institute's 'Are We Alone?' radio programme web site, here (http://www.seti.org/epo/seti_radio/Welcome.html).
Blurb: 'Skeptical Sunday is back – we talk to CSICOP paranormal investigator Joe Nickell and learn how he goes undercover to test the abilities of a mentalist who claims psychic powers. Then James Underdown from the Center for Inquiry West offers $10,000 to anyone who demonstrates extrasensory perception. It’s a show about critical thinking. Don’t believe us? Well, that’s a start…'
And hey, the next skeptical show is this coming Sunday, Jan 11 ....
'Skeptical Sunday: Alien Visitors?
Half of all Americans believe that extraterrestrials have come to Earth, usually for nefarious purposes. But how solid is the evidence? "Are We Alone?" talks to those that investigate claims of cosmic company. Find out why they remain skeptical.'
6th March 2004, 04:30 PM
Coming soon ...
Skeptical Sunday: Seeing is Disbelieving
Find out why remote viewing is a long shot. But don't take our word for it...
Feb 22, 2004 (http://www.seti.org/audio/archives/2_22_04_evolution.mp3)
Skeptical Sunday: The Darwin Conspiracy
Imagine a group of evolutionists, sitting in a darkened room, busily plotting how to forge fossils and skew facts so that textbooks tilt in favor of Darwinian evolution.
This conspiratorial scenario might sound far-fetched, but some anti-evolutionists are convinced it's real. Join us with guest Eugenie Scott, a physical anthropologist, CSICOP Fellow, and Executive Director of the National Center for Science Education, and find out the top myths that creationists use to confuse. It's Skeptical Sunday, but don't take our word for it... tune in.
January 11, 2004 (http://www.seti.org/audio/archives/1_11_04edited.mp3)
Skeptical Sunday: Alien Visitors? - Half of all Americans believe that extraterrestrials have come to Earth, usually for nefarious purposes. But how solid is the evidence? Are We Alone? talks to those that investigate claims of cosmic company. Find out why they remain skeptical.
December 14, 2003 (http://www.seti.org/audio/archives/12_14_03.mp3)
Skeptical Sunday: Investigating paranormal claims - Skeptical Sunday is back as we talk to CSICOP paranormal investigator Joe Nickell and learn how he goes undercover to test the abilities of a mentalist who claims psychic powers. Then James Underdown from the Center for Inquiry West offers $10,000 to anyone who demonstrates extrasensory perception. It's a show about critical thinking. Don't believe us? Well, that's a start!
October 26, 2003 (http://www.seti.org/audio/archives/10_26_03.mp3)
You Better Believe It! - CSICOP researchers Kevin Christopher and Benjamin Radford describe a group of mysterious objects videotaped over the skies of Buffalo, NY, and how they concluded these were no more than latex balloons. They also discuss the continuing appeal of crop circles, and why it is that so many people insist on believing that some of these might be of extraterrestrial origin, despite all evidence to the contrary.
October 12, 2003 (http://www.seti.org/audio/archives/10_12_03.mp3)
Life by Design? - As Texas considers rewriting its biology textbooks, we look at the controversy over whether life is a natural process or the result of intelligent design. Guests are William Dembski (Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture) and Massimo Pigliucci (Massimo's Skeptic Web)
The Bad Astronomer
8th March 2004, 12:16 PM
Since this thread started off about "Are We Alone?", I'll mention that I'll be on the show this coming Sunday, March 14. Seth Shostak and I will be talking about Hollywood aliens; what they get right and what they don't. It should be fun!
1st May 2004, 05:53 AM
BA's show is now archived. Click here (http://www.seti-inst.edu/audio/archives/03_14_04.mp3) to listen.
April 25th (http://www.seti-inst.edu/audio/archives/04_25_04.mp3)
Skeptical Sunday: When You Wish Upon a Star... Nothing Happens! The Truth About Astrology
"Nearly everyone has read a horoscope to get insight into their personal lives, and many have consulted astrologers for readings. But is there any reason to think that the positions of the stars and planets have any influence whatsoever on our fates? Listen in as Seth has his personal star chart read by a professional astrologer."
March 21st (http://www.seti-inst.edu/audio/archives/03_21_04.mp3)
Skeptical Sunday: When Seeing is Disbelieving
"Those who claim to have "remote viewing" capabilities say they can tune into distant events. These gifted folk can see a man crossing the street in Botswana while sipping a latte in a Berkeley café. If this is true, why bother with cable? Find out why remote viewing is a long shot. But don't take our word for it."
30th May 2004, 05:55 AM
May 23, 2004 (http://www.seti-inst.edu/audio/archives/05_23_04.mp3)
The Shroud of Turin: Holy Relic or Wholly Hoax?
"Is it the authentic burial cloth of Jesus, or merely a carefully crafted hoax used to scam medieval pilgrims? The Shroud of Turin has been the subject of speculation and considerable scientific inquiry, including carbon dating and DNA analysis. But is there a shroud of doubt? Join us as we talk with the experts about this controversial, tattered tunic."
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