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Yes, it is finally up. No need to wait any longer, people. Click right here to be taken directly to the place where you can download the first episode of the official podcast of the Young Australian Skeptics, The Pseudo Scientists. Don’t be discouraged that the first episode doesn’t feature me (or the next episode, for that matter), it’s still a good podcast! No, really, it is!
Plus, with the power of the Internet, you can become a fan of The Pseudo Scientists on Facebook here. If you’re into that sort of thing, of course…
I’ve written a new article on Young Australian Skeptics called “Creationist Argument – Mutations cannot increase information”. You can find it here, if you so wish to read it.
Basically, I’m going to be laying out the foundations of various arguments used by creationists in a way that young people can understand, provided they have a basic understanding of genetics. If they don’t know anything about genetics, it’s probably the case that they’re not interested in evolution very much, and so they wouldn’t read my articles.
We’ve also had two guest articles written already (here and here), and plugs on the Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe, the Skeptic Zone, Bad Astronomy and Teen Skepchick. Much love all around, especially to those teen skepchicks. Just about my age, wouldn’t you think?