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The Bearded Skeptic offers educated & insulated skepticism in a world full of BS. Content and opinions provided by the skeducator, William T. Kendal.

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Overview

The Bearded Skeptic, or skeducator, W.T. Kendal is a designer, educator, but most importantly, an inquirer & skeptic devoted to uncovering the prevailing ignorance in American education. 

The Bearded Skeptic began in late 2013 as a means to both educate others, and also avoid a personal downward spiral towards unavoidable insanity after witnessing a lifetime of BS in public education. 

I bring extensive experience in education, skepticism, philosophy, and design to this space, including over a decade of work for the Library of Congress. Through work with this preeminent institution, I was led to a love for critical thinking, education, design, and skepticism, along with a mess of other dabblings including, cosmology, astro & quantum physics, bio & nanotechnology, and anything else that elicits philosophical revelations and forces a re-imagining of the adjacent possible.  

I graduated in 2005 with a BS (HA!) in Technical Communication and a minor in Interactive Digital Media from Metropolitan State University of Denver, and in 2015 with a MA in Information Learning Technologies from the University of Colorado Denver.  Self-proclaimed futurist, optimist, and technophile with an overdeveloped sense for sniffing out BS.


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Gawk in amazement at the ubiquitous everyday wonders we’re culturally conditioned to ignore.
— Jason Silva
Education is the path from cocky ignorance to miserable uncertainty.
— Mark Twain