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Every third Monday of the month the Victorian Branch of the Australian Skeptics hosts a talk or event:
Monday June 18
The Clyde Hotel
cnr Elgin & Cardigan Streets
Join us for an informal meal and social chat with like-minded people from 6 pm.
Alternatively, you can turn up at 8 pm for the speaker or event. A $4 entry applies for the talk.
Go to the events tab on this page for more details or check the notice above for upcoming events.
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YAS Blog Anthology
The Young Australian Skeptics Blog Anthology is out now!
This collection features some of the best online skeptical writing of recent years, as nominated by readers.
The book includes contributions from Dr Phil Plait of “Bad Astronomy” Dr Karen Stollznow of the Point of Inquiry Podcast Brian Thompson of The Amateur Scientist podcast
Skepticblog’s Daniel Loxton and Yau-Man Chan
New York City Skeptics’ Lisa Bauer
UK Skeptic Dr Chris French
Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe’s Evan Bernstein ... and many others!
The e-book is available here or visit the Young Australian Skeptics website.