Science is cool. It's a fact. Just accept it.
I just found this via Fraser Cain and have to say, if you've got kids you have to show them this. Also, if you believe that humanity has any special place in the 'verse you need to see this.
Click through for the video...
my question is about organic food versus the food in general supermarkets/shops.
(forenote: I have only been to 2 skeptics in wgtn meetups in last year/s due to my difficult situation/condition.)
in the last skeptics meetup i went to (the planning activism one) i remember someone mentioning organic food as one of their skeptical "woos".
years and years ago i was skeptical of organic food considering it grown in body waste products.
Just wondering what peoples thoughts are on posting events on Meetup to other organisations events?
Nerdnite here in Welly gets a good turnout and I'm just about to post one for the Humanist Society. Thought this would be a good time to gauge peoples thoughts on this.
I'm heading along to this tonight in case anyone else was interested...
Do we want to have a theme for the first meetup? This could influence other aspects of the gathering. Speaker, quiz etc.
Just looking at the calendar, could I suggest a Friday meetup for the first event? The trip there and back is quite a way so managing one during the week would be impractical for me.
I liked this a lot..
(warning not suitable for post modernists or shrinking violets..)
Information is Beautiful does some amazingly cool things.
Cheers to Derek Colanduno for the link.