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Children's Book Author Courtney Lynn LIVE on the "Mythicist Milwaukee Show" listen live @ http://www.mythicistmilwaukee.com/listen-live ... See MoreSee Less

October 3rd, 5:45 pm  ·  

One last reminder of the Divided Comedy Show with your's truly and Ty Barnett this Friday 8 & 10pm at Laugh Factory Chicago. Chicago Skeptics get $5 off when they enter DIVIDED on check out! Hope to see you all there! Best, Ian Harris
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Divided Comedy Tour Chicago!

September 25, 2015, 12:00am

Laugh Factory Chicago

Ty Barnett & Ian Harris come to Chicago for 1 night only! Friday September 25th. 2 Shows! 8 & 10. Chicago area friends DO NOT MISS THIS ONE TIME EVENT! What happens when a black guy and a white guy walk into a comedy club and start talking about Race, Religion, Politics, Parenting and all the other bullshit that keeps us "Divided"? well only one way to find out! Come check it out!

September 23rd, 3:00 pm  ·  

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Skeptical Salon: The Madame Curie Complex: The Hidden History of Women in Science by Julie des Jardins

October 29, 2015, 7:30pm

5 E. 14th Place, Chicago IL

This month's Skeptical Salon book is The Madame Curie Complex: The Hidden History of Women in Science by Julie des Jardins. Bring a snack to share and/or a beverage of your choice... we usually have a pretty good spread thanks to everyone bringing goodies, so let's keep it up! Description from amazon.com: Why are the fields of science and technology still considered to be predominantly male professions? The Madame Curie Complex moves beyond the most common explanations—limited access to professional training, lack of resources, exclusion from social networks of men—to give historical context and unexpected revelations about women's contributions to the sciences. Exploring the lives of Jane Goodall, Rosalind Franklin, Rosalyn Yalow, Barbara McClintock, Rachel Carson, and the women of the Manhattan Project, Julie Des Jardins considers their personal and professional stories in relation to their male counterparts—Albert Einstein, Robert Oppenheimer, Enrico Fermi—to demonstrate how the gendered culture of science molds the methods, structure, and experience of the work. With lively anecdotes and vivid detail, The Madame Curie Complex reveals how women scientists have often asked different questions, used different methods, come up with different explanations for phenomena in the natural world, and how they have forever transformed a scientist's role.

September 21st, 12:53 am  ·  

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There Will Be A Meetup This Day!

September 19, 2015, 5:30pm

Yes, we are having a Meetup for September! There's no formal speaker or agenda for this one, so we'll just be hanging out like a plain ol' Skeptics in the Pub. We can talk about Skepticamp or Festivus or potential future speakers...or any interesting skeptical topic we like. See you then!

September 18th, 10:45 am  ·  

Hi everyone! I'm moving to Chicago next week :) ... See MoreSee Less

September 9th, 3:27 pm  ·