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I'm the Vancouver skeptical webmaster, I suppose.
Home page: http://www.holycow.com/joe/
Posts by Joe Fulgham
Need more skepticism? Check out some groups and activities available to Vancouver Skeptics:
- Vancouver Skeptics in the Pub
- CFI Vancouver
- SFU Skeptics
- UBC Freethinkers
- BC Humanists
- Cafe Scientifique
- Reason Vancouver
- Caustic Soda: The Podcast
This great program will automatically warm your monitor’s color later in the day: http://stereopsis.com/flux/
Interested in an atheist women’s meetup in Vancouver? Email Natalie Nikolaeva!
Physics, General Relativity, Curvature, etc. additional information by Jim Richardson
Salman Khan’s TED talk about new educational techniques at Khan Academy.
10:00 AM Doors Open
Orientation and Intros – Joe Fulgham/Fred Bremmer
Infallible IQ Test – Carrie Chapman
Friendships, Skepticism and Social Media- Kerry Hassan
Psychological and Rhetorical Pitfalls in Oppositional Dialogues - Mavaddat Javid
Martial Arts and Magical Thinking – Lisa Gemino
Mormonism from a Skeptic’s Perspective – Ginny Landry
Why You Should Support CFI - Jamie Williams
Green Washing and Bogus Health Claims in the Lighting Industry – Marilee Welch and Douglas Welch
Back from lunch announcements – Joe Fulgham
Physics, General Relativity, Curvature, etc. – Jim Richardson
The Psychology of Religious Extremism – Simon Pratt
Mind/Body Dualism - Veronika Dikoun
Colour Science: Colour Only Exists in Your Brain – Ray Maxwell
Infallible IQ Test Results – Carrie
“Mr. Nice Guy”: How to be an Interfaith Ambassador - Jakob Liljenwall
Mexican Government’s Use of GT200 to Detect Drugs – Lino Coria Mendoza
Applying Science to Science Education – Sonia Milbradt
A Mythology of Skepticism? - Rob Tarzwell
Mystery Topic - Miranda Boire
The Evolution-Creation Debate – Greg Bole
Invisible Monsters, Fatal Vaginal Infections and Skeptical Thinking - Jennifer Adamson
Vancouver skeptical artist Gary Lyons created an amazing poster for the upcoming Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe & George Hrab – Live in Vancouver event on November 20th, 2010.
We loved it so much we asked for larger-sized artwork to upload as desktop wallpaper and he graciously complied. It’s been extended and sized it to fit on both 4×3 and 16:10 (widescreen) displays.
Right-click to save the larger size.
NEW: Cinemadisplay (2560×1440)