Hong KongHong Kong
Hometown: San Francisco
April 24, 2012
I have met a few, but then again, far too few to mention. I would love to meet more skeptics, science buffs and people interested in reason, humanism and a reality based perspective on life.
Skepticality; The Skeptics Guide to the Universe; Skeptoid; The History of Rome; The Conspiracy Skeptic; Things You Missed in History Class; BBC4 World of Business; BBC4 In Our Time; Material World; QuackCast; Point of Inquiry; The Economist; Reasonable Doubts; Dan Carlin's Hard Core History; All in the Mind; The Infinite Monkey Cage; Buddhist Geeks; The Brain Science Podcast; and a smattering of film business related shows... Podcasts are your best friends out and about or during the commute, unless you have a friend with you.
Let's talk about cognitive biases. "Mistakes Were Made but not by Me" kind of stuff... It's truly hard to audit oneself unless one spends many years practicing after many years of personal inquiry. It's hard to predict the future and the TOTAL HUMAN impact on our world, nature, culture, etc... What can we do to have some small, positive agency in creating a better future for children? How can we contribute to global literacy and access to quality educational programs? How about organizing a TAM HONG KONG? Let's create our own public speaking group dedicated to critical thinking, positive skepticism, and other important topics of the day with potentially local and global trans formative impact.
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I'm a film/video producer and ad creative from San Francisco: a positive skeptic, autodidact, and raconteur. I've been a big fan of THE SKEPTIC'S GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE since it's inception and have followed the Amazing Randy for decades. Complexity!
We need to cause more trouble. LOL