Saturday 31st 10:30am in the IT room @ Winchester Discovery Centre
Take a look at this! Tie in with The Ancestor’s Trail
Richard Dawkins ‘Give the under surface to Mr Wallace, but yield the upper surface to Mr Darwin’.
Peter Raby ‘Wallace the Nomad’.
Jon Copley ‘No longer in the dark: exploring islands of life on the ocean floor’
Mark Thomas ‘The Evolutionary History of Homo sapiens’.
Plus Andrew Copson, Johnny Berliner and Theatr na nÓg
Details and tickets http://www.entangled-bank.co.uk/dawkins-in-bristol.html
The first SkepTeaCafe meeting is at the Winchester Discovery Centre tomorrow morning! Coffee and Chat with fellow Skeptics on any subject you care to raise. 10:30 in the IT room.
Well this is something great, Kev was asked on to another episode of BBC’s The Big Questions.
If you want to watch the programme on the iPlayer you can click this : BBC The Big Questions, Series 6, Episode 22 Or watch it below.
Firstly let me express my sincere thanks to Professor Jim Al-Khalili who has, at extremely short notice indeed, kindly agreed to speak at Winchester Skeptics in the Pub on the 2nd of May.
However we can find out what Professor Jim has been up to recently. He has a new book out called Paradox – The 9 Greatest Enigmas in Science that you can get from Amazon if you click the link. He’s also been having some interesting conversations with assorted homeopaths who think that quantum mechanics is they key to how homeopathy ‘works’.
Whilst at the moment we don’t know what Jim’s talk will be about you can be certain that it’s going to be enlightening and entertaining. So make sure you’re there to give Jim the welcome he deserves and to find out the latest from one of the UK’s foremost physicists and the newly minted President of the British Humanist Association.
Thanks again to Jim Al-Khalili and we’ll see you a week on Thursday !