Guest: Ruth McLeod, many others
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Music: A Himitsu – Adventures (unedited, used under Creative Commons License)
Editor: Jesse Gilbertson
One hundred years ago today the greatest and most violent struggle the world had known was brought to its end. More has happened in the last one hundred years then in any other century of human activity and this titanic struggle between the world’s most powerful forces determined the course it would take.
Join us as we pause and reflect and try to learn from our past. We encourage you to learn on your own, or join us by watching The Great War, a documentary on PBS.org. It’s a great documentary, too, we give it unqualified recommendations.
Note: The Great War is a six hour documentary, served up on PBS.org in three 1-hour segments. This episode of the Secular Hubcast is drawn on our experience of Part 1 of the documentary only. We will be watching the remainder of the documentary and continuing this discussion in future podcast episodes.
Listen to “I Didn’t Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier” in full in all it’s popping, scratching glory
To learn more about the life and service of Wilfred Owen, the amazing poet whose work we listened to, try Poets. org. They have tons of biographical and other information and more poetry!
At least that’s how her website, SciBabe.com, describes her. We here in Denver know her a little better than all that.
Yvette D’Entremont, better known as SciBabe, recently visited us here in the Secular Hub to share her thoughts and strategies for parsing true information from BS, SciBabe’s Guide to BS Detection. This was, of course, after the VIP dinner with select Hub members as well as talking with us for the HubCast.
She took the time to speak with and share in the Secular Hub community and helped make all of us better media and information consumers. She did this by demonstrating her brainpower and wit by putting on a great show.