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Skeptic News: Glasgow Skeptics launch trio of petitions

Glasgow Skeptics is launching a trio of petitions, seeking to open up Glasgow City Council (GCC) to its constituents with the implementation of an e-petition system, to enhance evidence-based healthcare in Scotland, and to promote freedom of religious belief.
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Skeptic News: NHS Greater Glasgow to consider axing homeopathic hospital

Health chiefs are to consider plans to axe funding for referrals to Scotland’s only homeopathic hospital. Glasgow based skeptics might want to get organised and involved in campaigning to ensure money is spent on evidence based water and not magic water.
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BrightClub Social

Bright Club, the thinking person’s variety night, needs you! Come and meet us for a pint and a chat about how you can get involved.
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Paul Braterman at the Galilean Society – Dec 17th

Upcoming talk on the age of the Earth from Paul Braterman at Glasgow’s Galilean Society. Continue reading

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Skepticism in Scotland

It’s a good time to be Scottish and skeptical. Continue reading

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More Events For Scottish Space Fans

New events have been added to the programme of Apollo 15 celebrations coming to Glasgow in May. Continue reading

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The Wedge of Unreason

The agenda of Glasgow’s new “Centre for Intelligent Design” is not yet entirely clear. What is clear, however, is that they are closely aligned with the “Discovery Institute” – an organisation with an explicit agenda for systematically replacing the teaching of evolution with God-centred explanations of human origins.

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