We’re talking Heaven, people.
Naturally, the assembled skeptics were a bit disconcerted by this particular venue, as amusingly recounted by Kev:
It was one of the greatest moments of my life. Persuading a bunch of Skeptics’ to affirm their belief in the blood of Jesus in order to attend a conference in Heaven. Admittedly, they didn’t look very happy about it, but it worked. Skeptics’ in Heaven. Marvellous.
Once the assembled Skeptics’ had recovered from the shock of being in a place they didn’t believe existed (I explained that Chaos Theory would probably throw up a new type of science at some unspecified point in time called Paradox Theory in which events like this would be commonplace) we settled down to business.
Honestly, the whole thing reads like Douglass Adams. That is, of course, a compliment.
So join Kev and crew for the 46th Meeting of the Skeptics’ Circle. Maybe there is hope for us after all. For all you know, we may still be up there…or wherever.
Next up is Thursday at Polite Company, who will be hosting the 47th Meeting of the Skeptics’ Circle on November 9. I don’t envy the task of following a trip to Heaven. In order to help, though, bloggers, I encourage you to start getting your skeptical entries started and be ready to submit them to the Circle.
Finally, as always, if you–yes, you!–think you have what it takes to host a meeting of the Circle, if you think you might be a budding Amazing Randi or just want to think if you can be, take a look at the schedule and guidelines for hosting, and then drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.