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A Rational Future: Skeptical Talk in Pub | SF

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Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Kells Irish Bar | 530 Jackson St., San Francisco, CA

Skeptical Speaker Series in a Pub | SF

kells-irish-restaurant-and-pubReason4Reason.org presents a skeptical speaker series in association with the SF Center for Inquiry. They meet monthly at Kells Irish Pub and the talk commences at 8 pm.

Reason4Reason is a group of rational thinking activists in the San Francisco Bay Area working to grow the modern skeptical movement and attempt to hamper Northern California pseudoscience from exporting irrational thinking around the world.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Skeptical Speaker Series in a Pub | SF

julia galefJulia Galef, from the popular “Rationally Speaking” podcast, talks about useful techniques and challenges in training smart people to be rational decision-makers in an often irrational world.

Julia Galef is the president and co-founder of the Center for Applied Rationality, an organization teaching math- and cognitive science-based techniques for effective decision making. Julia has written about science and rationality for publications including Science, Scientific American, Popular Science, The Philosopher’s Magazine, 3 Quarks Daily, and her personal blog, Measure of Doubt.

In her spare time, she co-hosts the Rationally Speaking Podcast, and gives talks about rationality at universities, organizations, and conferences. Julia received her B.A. in Statistics from Columbia University in 2005.

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