Come join me for AskScience Live!
by Chad Jones
March 31, 2013
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AskScience is a forum where anyone with a question about science can get an answer from an expert in that field. We have chemists, physicists, mathematicians, biologists, linguists, psychologists, anthropologists, and more. To be a panelist you must have (or be working on) an advanced degree and show that you know how to give answers to questions in that field to a lay audience. It's a forum that usually has some interesting questions and thought provoking discussion.
Some of the panelists for Reddit's AskScience have decided to join together to create AskScience Live, a video podcast of sorts using Google "On Air" Hangouts. We'll be streaming our first episode on Thursday, April 11th @ 6pm EDT. We (the panelists) have done a few "rehearsal" episodes, and I think you'll really enjoy what we have planned. We're going to be answering questions live, but we also have some popular questions we're going to answer and I have prepared a very simple, but cool experiment that you can do at home. I asked Brian for permission to advertise AskScience Live here because, frankly, I really need your help! Here's what you can do to help:
by Chad Jones
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