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by Jennifer Muirhead (subscribe)
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Science, criticial thinking and socialising

The Australian Skeptics National Convention 2022 is happening on the weekend of December 3-4 at the National Library of Australia in Canberra. There will be knowledgeable speakers giving talks on a wide range of weird and wonderful topics, including:

  • Bruce Baer Arnold (Associate Professor at the University of Canberra) on 'Sovereign Citizens' and the law.

  • Pontus Brockman (from the Swedish Skeptics Association) on Sweden's Covid response.

  • Kristine Dunn on superstitions in sport.

  • Annika Harrison (from the European Skeptics Podcast) on skepticism and motherhood.

    And much more!

    In person passes are available from the Australian Skeptics online for $170 for a single day pass, $250 for both days, or $220 concession. If you can't make it in person you can access the live stream for both days for $70.

    So, come along and enjoy fascinating talks and an opportunity to meet fellow skeptics and science enthusiasts!

    There will also be some free social events happening at on the Friday and Sunday nights. If you wish to attend these you can register your interest through the Meetup pages for Friday or Sunday, or email the Canberra Skeptics.
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    Why? To learn, socialise and explore new ideas.
    When: 9am - 4.30pm
    Where: National Library of Australia
    Cost: 2 day pass- $250, Single day - $170, Live stream - $70
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