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Auction: T-Rex in Birdcage Pendant; Custom Culinary Science Post

Cross-posted with Skepchick. This week we have two very different but equally awesome items up for auction to raise money for science education and outreach at SkepchickCon. Daniela, the managing editor of Escéptica, has donated an adorable, beautifully handmade pendant, a tiny little T-Rex in a sterling silver cage. Anne Sauer, who writes about the

Event: FtBConscience 2

This coming weekend, from Friday, January 31 through Sunday, February 2 the second Freethought Blog on-line conference will be happening. The full schedule is available at Lanyrd. You can also subscribe to the schedule in the calendar of your choice here. The official con page is here at FtBCon.org. You can follow along on Twitter

Skepchick Auctions: Choose-Your-Own Surly

Cross-posted with Skepchick. This week, as a part of our SkepchickCon fundraising, we are auctioning a Surlyramics necklace or earrings set, donated by the one and only Surly Amy. All proceeds go toward supplies and informational materials for science and art education and outreach as well as travel expenses for the experts we're bringing to

Chicago, IL: Skepticamp

The Chicago Skeptics are pleased to announce that they will be hosting their third Skepticamp on April 5, 2014. Held at the Irish American Heritage Center, located at 4626 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, IL 60630. Doors will open at 10:30 am and will run from 11 am to 6 pm. Skepticamps are informal gatherings that

MA: Skeptics in the Pub

Join the Boston Skeptics for an early SitP and enjoy an evening with singer/songwriter Dan Hart. There will also be a traditional Boston Skeptics Yankee Swap! So bring a small, geeky, nerdy, scientific, blasphemous, cheap (under $10), wrapped gift and join in the fun! Monday evening, December 16 at 7:30 PM at Tommy Doyle’s in

EVENT: Comet ISON Live Video Chat

On Novemeber 28th, aka Thanksgiving, the comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) will pass the surface of the Sun. No one is quite sure what will happen... nothing, breaking apart, love at first site? You can join Phil Platt of Bad Astronomy and NASA scientists live via Google Hangout during ISON's journey towards the sun. The event

Washington DC: Improve Everywhere

So, I've never heard of this group before, Improve Everywhere, but this Matrix scene inside an NYC Macy's is freaking hilarious! On November 30, the group is planning an MP3 Experiment. Follow the link here for instructions. It sounds like a lot of fun. Here's a collection of previous experiments. Image via Wikicommons Image: ©