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Scriberia Ltd 22 Oct 17
It's been a week since . Here is some more of our live scribing from the event to help you remember a great weekend.
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Scriberia Ltd 22 Oct 17
For anyone who was at but missed Skepticamp, here's a quick summary of the excellent short presentations from Friday
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Hayley is a Ghost 7 Feb 19
8 years ago today, I was on this paranormal research panel with and Trystan Swale at 📸 by Richard Cooper.
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Dermot Bolton 15 Oct 17
The ‘enigmatic’ shows his machine. (See what I did there?) Real too, very cool!
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Jonathan Jarry 14 Oct 18
Skepticism Under the Microscope, as rendered by , featuring & me.
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Jonathan Jarry 18 Oct 18
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Suzanne Whelan 14 Oct 17
That's me that is! On the tram, nervous & sleep deprived!!! Thanks for the support peeps!! 👍
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Pixie Turner 13 Oct 18
Wow the response to my talk today at has been incredible, thank you so much for all your wonderfully kind words and interest in what I have to say!
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Ian Foote 14 Oct 17
Instant standing ovation for Phil Scraton's incredibly moving talk on the Hillsborough disaster, cover-up and justice movement.
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Kempy 👾 16 Dec 18
Here are all of the illustrations for . I hope a) that this wide file works for twitter and b) that you find it fun to revisit everything all in one file. Huge thanks to organisers, speakers and guests (DM me if you want me to send you a high res jpeg)
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Helen Czerski 14 Oct 18
The team deserve a round of applause for working so hard to keep unnecessary single-use plastics out of this year. It *is* possible & we need more of it. Now we just need venues to have water fountains & jugs, so there's no excuse for glass bottled water either.
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Rhys Morgan 14 Oct 18
I can’t believe I’ve been able to turn one of the cursed, CURSED memes on my phone into something relevant to
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Andy Lewis 13 Oct 18
Well done . You are a great example that scepticism is nothing without activism. Sneering, pointing-and-laughing & arguing with strangers is for nothing unless you DO SOMETHING. Everyone. Off your backsides!
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Sarah Clement 13 Oct 18
Take heart: Dr Steve Novella assures us some things get better with age, like the complexity of our neural connections and ability to think in complex, nuanced ways.
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Kris Noble 14 Oct 18
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Helen Campbell 14 Oct 17
'We can reduce cognitive dissonance by separating convictions and mistakes from self identity.' Excellent advice from Carol Tavris
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Eggman Waffler 14 Oct 18
So... As if I wasn't already nervous enough doing my first ever live podcast, Jay Novella from troops up and joins us. Bonus content ;-)
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Sarah Ryan 14 Oct 18
This year's take-home nugget of wisdom from was from : rather than debating with religious missionaries, maybe just telling them you're an atheist then showing them you're a good person with your actions is enough. Changing your beliefs is a slow burner!
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Steve Chaloner 15 Oct 18
Fortune cookies, style
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Mike Hall 15 Oct 18
For those who saw me darting around like someone doing a Hitman speedrun: my Apple Watch tells me that I walked 52.5 kilometres (~36½ miles) over the course of .
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