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We also host monthly Skeptics in the Pub and social events.
Our events are open to everyone, whether you consider yourself to be a skeptic or not. If the subject matter is of interest, please come along and join the debate.
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Skeptics In The Pub Network
Cambridge Skeptics is part of the international Skeptics in the Pub Network.
Skeptics in the Pub was founded in London by Dr. Scott Campbell in 1999 who arranged lectures in pubs for anyone who was interested in science, history, psychology, philosophy or how to examine extraordinary claims of all sorts. The format was very popular after many groups adopted the format and title, the network was officially formed by Sid Rodrigues.
You can find out more about Skeptics in the Pub and the locations of all the branches at www.skepticsinthepub.org
The Good Thinking Society
The society aims to raise awareness of and fund sceptical projects.
The goal of the society is 'to encourage curiosity and promote rational thinking'. In partnership with its advisory board, consisting of several friends of Cambridge Skeptics (including Professor Richard Wiseman and Professor Edzard Ernst), the organisation has run several successful campaigns promoting public awareness of such issues. To find out more about The Good Thinking Society, please visit www.goodthinkingsociety.org