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Atlanta events this month

Just a quick one to say I’ll be at a few events this month – come out and play, Atlantans!

Wednesday, Sept. 10 – Gwinnett: Understanding Secular Truths meetup.  We’ll be celebrating the world not ending and discussing the topic of Non-Theistic Morality. More Fun, Challenge and Fulfillment?  Details and RSVP on Meetup.

Saturday, Sept. 13- Skeptics in the Pub returns and will feature Tim Farley of What’s the Harm as a speaker.

Saturday, Sept. 27 – Atlanta Science Tavern – dinner and drinks followed by a group discussion about the science of dinosaur evolution led by Emory University’s Dr. Anthony Martin.

See you all there!

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Maria Walters (a.k.a. Masala Skeptic) has spent a lot of time in ‘furrin parts,’ including Hong Kong, Trinidad, and Pittsburgh. Although her passport is from India, she’s spent most of her adult life in the United States. She currently lives in Atlanta and has an unhealthy affection for science fiction, Neil Gaiman and all things Muppet.

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  1. There will also be a number of lovely ladies at Skeptics in the Pub.

    Since witnessing it’s power, I’m officially using the “lovely ladies agrument” whenever applicable.

    By “lovely ladies” I do not mean hookers. Just in case there is any confusion.

  2. OK, I’m just gonig to ask it once and for all … Why is there a disproportionate number of skeptics in Georgia? … I mean look at the “Upcoming Events” calendar on any given day! … With all due respect, I live in the Phoenix and we have suburbs that are larger than Atlanta (e.g., Mesa), and it’s a desert out here.

  3. Hey, hey, hey!! My *daughter*’s in there! ;) Just kidding… Ain’t it great that we have a big and growing community? As a(n old,) skeptic native Southerner, I certainly never thought I’d see it, but it warms the cockles of my brain!

    WHUT!? A heart ain’t got no cockles! ;)

  4. @TheSkepticalMale:

    OK, I’m just gonig to ask it once and for all … Why is there a disproportionate number of skeptics in Georgia? … I mean look at the “Upcoming Events” calendar on any given day!

    There’s a very simple reason for this, actually. I manage the Events calendar and I am subscribed to most of the skeptical event meetup announcements in the area. For other areas, I depend on readers like you to send information to [email protected] so I can add it to the calendar.

    You’re not entirely wrong though. I have noticed a large number of skeptical groups showing up in the past few months in Georgia. I’m not sure why but I’m loving it!

    ATL folks – see you Saturday!

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