SkeptiCamp Winnipeg: Fake It Till You Make It: Overcoming Low Self-Esteem

Until now, several of the talks presented at SkeptiCamp Winnipeg 2013 have been missing from our SkeptiCamp archives. Audio of the talks presented by Gem Newman and Ashlyn Noble in 2013 will be made available here on our blog over the next week.

Embedded below is Scott Carnegie’s talk from SkeptiCamp Winnipeg 2013. Scott Carnegie is filmmaker and media specialist that has been involved in the skeptical community for several years. After spending most of his adult life as a Mormon, he later de-converted and applied critical thinking and the scientific process to all areas of his life. He is the father to 4 awesome children that are also learning about the wonderful world of science.

SkeptiCamp Winnipeg is a conference for the sharing of ideas. It is free and open to the public: anyone can attend and participate! Presentations and discussions focus on science and free inquiry, and the audience is encouraged to challenge presenters to defend their ideas. You can visit our SkeptiCamp page for information about upcoming events and links to past SkeptiCamp talks.

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SkeptiCamp Winnipeg 2012: The Good Ship Self-Esteem

On Saturday, 29 September 2012, the Winnipeg Skeptics held their third annual SkeptiCamp event. SkeptiCamp Winnipeg is a conference for the sharing of ideas. It is free and open to the public: anyone can attend and participate! Presentations and discussions focus on science and free inquiry, and the audience is encouraged to challenge presenters to defend their ideas.

Donna Harris is the vice president of the Humanists, Atheists, and Agnostics of Manitoba. She discovered skepticism in Las Vegas several years ago, and it has changed her live for the better.

SkeptiCamp is an open conference celebrating science and critical thinking. For more information please visit SkeptiCamp.org.