Final talks of 2010
Over the next few months a few BARsoc members will be delivering talks up and down the UK about a range of topics, it’s worth popping along if one of the talks is in your are.
Hayley Stevens will be talking at Oxford Skeptics in the Pub on November 9th with a lecture called “I’m a ghost hunter; get me out of here!” that looks at ghost research through the eyes of a skeptic from the inside of the research field.The venue is to be confirmed at the moment but check here for details.
Trystan Swale will also be delivering a talk on November 9th for the Nottingham Skeptics in the Pub called ‘Breaking the crop circle’ that offers an insight into the bad science, poor reasoning and denialism of those who still choose to believe. The talk will take place from 7:30pm at Fellows Morton and Clayton, Canal Street in Nottingham.
On November 21st Ashley Pryce will be deliverying his talk “An Introduction to Skepticism” for ‘part of Glasgow Skeptics in the Tron (formerly Skeptics in the Palace). You can read more about it here.
On December 16th Hayley Stevens will be delivering her “I’m a Ghost hunter; get me out of here!” talk again, but this time to the Merseryside Skeptics in the Pub. The talk will take place at The Vines on Lime Street in Liverpool from 7:30pm.
On December 20th Peter Harrison will be delivering a talk for the Cardiff Skeptics in the Pub called ‘The science of Lucid Dreaming’. This talk covers the reality of lucid dreaming, the scientific evidence and experiments in this interesting field, and the abundant myths and misunderstandings. You will also be shown how you too can take control of your dreamscape. The talk will take place at The Promised Land, Windsor Place, Cardiff from 7:30pm.
Finally, on December 21st Ashley Pryce will be talking at Leicester Skeptics in the Pub on ‘How to be a Psychic Conman’. You can find more details on this talk here.
We hope you can attend some of these talks. There are more talks lined up for 2011 so be sure to check back for more information in the new year.