Pseudoscientist Podcast! #IFLSOz Show In Sydney Soon! More Shows On The Way!

I’m currently teaching this:

While enjoying breakfasts before class here:

…and wondering who owns the My Little Pony mug at the spoon stand.

This unfortunately leaves me with little time to do much else – particularly considering that I have an illness that has dragged onto over a week. Thankfully people have been patient about it, but I have used what little energy I have left to get the following shows done – and hoping to get more on the way!

The Pseudoscientists Episode 94 — Komodo Dragon Bites, Bacterial DNA, Hunger And Conspiracy Theories, With Kylie Sturgess - this was a lot of fun and the gang were incredibly kind to let me natter away about ScienceRewired and how brilliant it was and essentially make a nusiance of myself.

It does, however, make me miss hanging out with them in Melbourne, so I hope to do that one day in the future again. DO subscribe to their show, they have a #100 episode coming up soon!!

In addition – some news along with the Interview with Elise Andrews over on the Token Skeptic podcast:

ScienceAlert & Powerhouse Museum present IFLS Live!
An evening celebrating science – 500 Harris St, Ultimo, Sydney – 6pm, 12 August 2013
General admission: $35, Concession and Powerhouse members: $30 (Tickets include one free drink).
For this episode, Kylie Sturgess chats to Elise about how IFLS began, some of the challenges of having such a popular page, what does it mean for science communication (and just how effective is outreach-by-Facebook?) and how very excited we are for IFLS Live in Australia. NB: This episode comes with a language warning!

And now? Another week or so of classes, tomorrow another episode with about a great musical called Quitters and hopefully more content on the Curiouser and Curiouser column… and perhaps this blog? Once I get some decent sleep, I’m sure.

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About Kylie Sturgess

Kylie Sturgess is a Philosophy teacher, media and psychology student, blogger at Patheos and podcaster at Token Skeptic. She has conducted over a hundred interviews including artists, scientists, politicians and activists, worldwide.
She’s the author of the ‘Curiouser and Curiouser‘ column at the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry website and travels internationally lecturing on feminism, skepticism, and science.


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