Friday 15th August, 2014
7:50pm to 8:50pm
It’s easy to think of pseudoscience existing in a glass case at a museum – something to be examined and critiqued from a safe distance, but not something to touch and to play with.
Using examples taken from his own personal experiences in skepticism, Michael Marshall will show what happens when you begin to crack the surface of the pseudosciences that surround us – revealing the surprising, sometimes-shocking and often-comic adventures that lie beneath.
Vice President of the Merseyside Skeptics Society and Project Director of the Good Thinking Society
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