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Jan 11 2013

Digitally Appearing in Winnipeg

Nighttime skyline of the beautiful city of WinnipegIf you’re in or near Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada), you probably already know, but just in case not: tomorrow I’ll be doing a live Q&A via FaceTime and/or Skype for the Humanist Association of Manitoba, after they do a viewing of my latest Skepticon talk, Miracles and Historical Method. I’ve offered to field questions on all topics, though, not just that, although the organizers I’m sure will prioritize questions in line with the event.

This will take place at Canad Inns Polo Park (1405 St. Matthews Avenue) on Saturday 12 January (2013), from 4pm to 8:30pm, although I believe they handle organization business first before getting to the viewing and then the Q&A, so I might not be on screen until around 6 pm (local time), give or take. See the announcement and event details in the Winnipeg Free Press and HAM’s website.

 

 

 

 

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  1. 1
    A Hermit

    Wear your digital parka…it’s January in Winnipeg…http://media.winnipegfreepress.com/images/70654495_596054.jpg

  2. 2
    s

    if a self replicate robot that made from dna need a designer, so do a cat, that is more complex

    1. 2.1
      Richard Carrier

      Not true. Evolution by natural selection can do the same thing when it is given millions of years (as in the case of the cat, it was).

      Not sure why you are posting this comment here, though. It seems wildly unrelated!

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    dianagoods

    Thanks for your enjoyable video appearance with us. We’ve passed on the word about using this format to connect with you to some other Canadian freethought groups and they were intrigued. You might be hearing from them. It would be great to have you up in person some time in the future. Once the snow clears, we have a short mosquito free window of about 3 weeks, usually in June. That’s a nice time to visit.

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