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Don’t Panic! Unless You’ve Forgotten Your Towel

…and why you shouldn’t need to be told. Yes, don’t panic, it’s just towel day, the yearly celebration in which the world recognizes the genius of Douglas Adams and his hilarious series of books. Yes, that series of books.

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Speak Your Mind: Mad Science

There are some kick ass opportunities for teens to do some serious science, online and at local museums, labs, and other organizations near you. You can check some of them out on our Resources page. Some of the deadlines for signing up are this month, so get on over there …

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Amazing Skepckicks will be at The Amaz!ng Meeting!

In case you missed it, registration for The Amaz!ng Meeting opens today. If you’re unfamiliar with the event, it’s a celebration of science and skepticism held every year in Las Vegas. It’s  hosted by the James Randi Educational Foundation. I know! It sounds pretty sweet, right? But wait! There’s more! …

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TS Tidbits – Darwin Day Edition

Happy Darwin Day everyone!  I hope you all have some celebratory plans.  My college is showing The Genius of Charles Darwin, presented by Richard Dawkins, so I’ll be watching that.  Here are some Darwin related tidbits: If you are still looking for some Darwin Day plans, DarwinDay.org has a list …

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World Science Festival 2009

Today I got an email announcing the dates of World Science Festival 2009! I attended the festival last year and it was FANTASTIC. I don’t think I’ve ever learned so much and had so much fun in 4 days. Some of my favorite scientists (and skeptics) were there, including Lawrence …

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Event: Alien Life: The Science and the Hype (Does Denver Need an Extra-Terrestrial Affairs Commission?)

Just in case some of you readers out there will be in the general area of Denver, Colorado this Thursday, I’m announcing the following event: Date: Thursday, October 23rd Time: 3:00pm-5:00pm Location: Auraria Campus, North Classroom Building (the lecture hall in the atrium, map of campus) Street: 9000 Auraria Parkway …

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Secularism and Science Education

As seen on Meetup.com and RichardDawkins.net and now Teen Skepchick, I am now anouncing an event of epic proportions… The Pre-Election Rally for Separation of Church and State in Denver, Colorado!

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