Two skeptics meetings in Europe this fall (and one in the US)

Two skeptics meetings in Europe this fall (and one in the US)

Two skeptics meetings in Europe this fall (and one in the US)

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May 27 2010 10:39 AM

Two skeptics meetings in Europe this fall (and one in the US)

If you happen to find yourself in The Old World this autumn, then you may want to attend one or both of these conferences...

1) TAM London 2010 will be October 16 - 17 in (duh) London. The speakers list is every bit as impressive as last year's! The highlight, no doubt, will be the premier of Tim Minchin's animated short film "Storm", which is destined to become a skeptical classic -- watch the trailer here.

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Before you ask, I won't be at TAM London this year; the point is to make it Eurocentric, so American speakers are kept to a minimum. But of course, TAM 8 will be in Las Vegas this year from July 8 - 11. I'll very much be there!

2) The 14th annual European Skeptics Conference will be from September 17 - 19 in Budapest, Hungary. That's run by the European Council of Skeptical Organisations. I've heard Budapest is lovely, and someday I hope to get there.

If you've never been to a critical thinking conference, then you really should attend. And if you want to go to TAM, you'd better be ready to buy tickets when they become available; last year they sold out in less than an hour. There was a reason for that: it was awesome.