In the age of the Internet, anyone can make their voice heard. Any while that can be great for skeptical outreach and introducing people to the idea of skepticism, there is also a darker, less rational side to the Internet.
Last year we screened a selection of funny and informative skeptical video from YouTube, as suggested by the audience. This year we’ll be doing something similar but with non-skeptical, anti-science, or pro-pseudoscience videos. Alongside the viewing we’ll be holding a discussion on the videos, and YouTube in general.
Come down to Smoke and Mirrors bar from 20:30 to join in the discussion and watch some videos on the big screen.
The whole evening will be based around submissions from the audience and anyone who wants to share a video they think others would like to watch.
You can submit videos by:
Venue: Smoke and Mirrors