Sunday, December 03, 2006

Pseudoarchaeology Talk in Stockholm on Thursday

If you're in Stockholm and understand Swedish and are prepared to pay 50 kronor to hear a talk about the distinction between archaeology and pseudoarchaeology with illustrated examples of both -- then get thee to ABF, Sveavägen 41, on Thursday evening 7 December, 18:30. I'm the one doing the talking and I like Q&A.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous pablo said...

Sorry, can't make it. Any chance you'll be in Nairobi next weekend. I could make it to that.

04 December, 2006 00:40  
Blogger Martin said...

My existence is a global field of quantum probability. We'll see if I'm in Nairobi when my waveform collapses.

04 December, 2006 10:12  
Anonymous furiku said...

Would love to be there but am otherwise engaged already. What is pseudoarchaeology anyway? :P

06 December, 2006 15:38  
Blogger Martin said...

"Pseudoarchaeology" is a quick way of saying "pseudoscientific archaeology", i.e. interpretations of the archaeological past that are dressed up like science but are in fact just speculation or even fraud.

06 December, 2006 20:02  

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