Skeptic events in Europe

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July 2017

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  • GLASGOW: Fantastic Failures of Science
  • LONDON (Camden): Is there anybody there?, Allison Meier
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  • KÖLN: Relativer Quantenquark - Dr. Holm Hümmler
  • NOTTINGHAM: Edible Insects: The future of food and farming? , Jenny Josephs
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  • GREENWICH: The Z list dead list, Iszi Lawrence
  • HIGH WYCOMBE: Skeptics in the Pub - Social
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  • TEESIDE: What IS Fracking?, John Cossham
  • BARNSLEY: I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords, Dr Nick Hawes
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  • DELFT: SitP Social
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  • GÖTEBORG: Full moon Pub
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  • AMSTERDAM: Wilmar Taal: Pseudo-history with the Round House Group
  • GLASGOW: Lies, Damn Lies, and MRIs: The search for truth-telling
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  • BOURNEMOUTH: Cults & Skepticism, Lydia Finch
  • NEWCASTLE: Zombie Science, Ian Alexander
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  • WORTHING: The State of Education Today, Simon Warr
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  • STOCKHOLM: Skeptics on the Pub - vacation edition
  • LONDON: Suggestion and the Paranormal - Michael Heap
  • PORTSMOUTH: Skeptics Summer Social
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  • GLASGOW: What Will Death Be Like? Brooke Magnanti
  • MANCHESTER: How Disgust Rules the World - Richard Firth-Godbehere
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  • BEDFORD: 13 Journeys Through Space and Time, Colin Stuart
  • CAMBRIDGE: From Fermat’s Last Theorem to Homer’s Last Theorem, Simon Singh
  • LIVERPOOL: Niamh Nic Daéid: Does Forensic Science have a Future?
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  • SHEFFIELD: Big Data: Does Size Matter?, Timandra Harkness
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  • CAMBRIDGE: Blame The Brain, Gina Rippon
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  • BRISTOL: Jonathan Pearce: How Violent is Islam Really?
  • WINCHESTER: Colin Stuart – “13 Journeys Through Space and Time”
  • BRIGHTON: Conspiracy Theories Are For Losers, Dr. Joseph Uscinski
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  • LIVERPOOL: Liverpool Pride 2017
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  • GLASGOW: Spare Any Change? The Practices and Politics of Begging - Prof. Sarah Johnsen