SkeptiCamp Winnipeg: Did 9/11 Really Change Everything?

Image by Robert via Wikimedia Commons, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.
Image by Robert via Wikimedia Commons, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.
Embedded below is Brendan Curran-Johnson’s talk from SkeptiCamp Winnipeg 2014. This is Brendan’s third time presenting at SkeptiCamp Winnipeg. In keeping with his theme of “no topics he has any formal training or background in” he will be speaking today about the threat of global terrorism. He is a software developer.

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.

Episode 87: A Middle East Primer

In this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Greg Christensen provides a bit of historical context for some of the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East.

Life, the Universe & Everything Else is a program promoting secular humanism and scientific skepticism that is produced by the Winnipeg Skeptics and the Humanists, Atheists & Agnostics of Manitoba.

Links: Bosnian Serbs Honor Assassin Who Triggered WWI (NBC News) | Ottoman Empire (Wikipedia) | Sunni Islam (Wikipedia) | Shia Islam (Wikipedia) | What Is the Difference Between Sunni and Shiite Muslims? (History News Network) | Islamic terrorism (Wikipedia) | Wahhabi movement (Wikipedia) | Israeli–Palestinian peace process (Wikipedia) | Theodor Herzl (Wikipedia) | Zionism (Wikipedia) | Land of Israel (Wikipedia) | From Dan to Beersheba (Wikipedia) | Israel (Wikipedia) | 1948 Arab–Israeli War (Wikipedia) | Christians United for Israel (Wikipedia) | Thousands of Texas Christians rally for Israel ( | Christians to show unity with Israel at Ohio event (Toledo Blade)

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