The Monterey Skepticamp conference on January 2, 2021 where I gave a talk was enjoyable and informative, covering quite a range of topics. All the talks have been posted online. The full program is can be seen here.
The full video for the day’s program is 7 hours 27 minutes long. I give below the starting times for each talk which we were asked to limit to 20 minutes to allow for 10 minutes of Q/A . After the opening welcome remarks by organizer Susan Gerbic and a small quiz by Arlen Grossman, the rest of the talks were as follows:
35 minutes: András Gábor Pintér – Building Bridges – Why we need to organize to bring skepticism forward
1 hour 14 minutes: Janyce Boynton – Facilitated Communication – I Thought That Died in the 1990s!
1 hour 56 minutes: Stuart Vyse – Do Superstitions Work?
2 hours 27minutes: Kelly Burke – Guerrilla Skeptics on Wikipedia
2 hours 54 minutes: Monica Ashly – Guerrilla Skeptics on Wikipedia
4 hours 12 minutes: Richard Saunders (host of Skeptic Zone) – So you want to do a Skeptical Podcast?
4 hours 53 minutes: Adrienne Hill – Tourette Syndrome: Stereotypes and CAM treatments
5 hours 29 minutes: Kyle Polich – Data Skeptic: “I don’t know anyone who has COVID-19”
5 hours 59 minutes: Mano Singham – The Copernican Myths
6 hours 30 minutes: Rob Palmer – Belief in Psychics: What’s the Harm and Who’s to Blame?