Skeptics Society Conference

Attended by members of 9/11 Truth Outreach and ANETA

May 29-31-2015
Cal Tech Beckman Auditorium
Pasadena, California


Tim of 911TruthOutreach.org and ANETA.org


Esther Dyson (Astronaut), Rizo (ANETA), Carol Travis PhD


http://www.skeptic.com/lectures/conferences/in-the-year-2525/

Saturday Conference

All day lectures and panel discussions with Q&A in Beckman Auditorium at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, includes catered continental breakfast, lunch

Dinner and evening entertainment. Evening entertainment by Frankie Moreno and his band and Mathemagician Art Benjamin.

Saturday Conference
$225 nonmembers/general public (includes 1-year Skeptics Society membership/Skeptic subscription)
$199 Skeptics Society members (i.e. those with active print subscriptions)
$99 full-time students.

SATURDAY MAY 30, 2015
7:008:30: Registration, continental breakfast, book table
8:309:00: Donald Prothero, on the Future of Life on Earth
9:009:30: Ian Morris, on the Future of War & Human Values
9:3010:00: Jared Diamond, on Mistakes Made by People and Nations that Hurt Their Futures
10:0010:30: Coffee Break
10:3011:00: Carol Tavris, on the Future of Gender, Race & Human Nature
11:0011:30: John McWhorter, on the Future of Language & Culture
11:3012:00: Panel discussion with morning speakers
12:0012:30: Audience Q&A with morning speakers
12:301:30: Lunch (catered at Caltech), book signing with speakers
1:302:15: Richard Dawkins & Michael Shermer in Conversation: The Future of Religion & Morality
2:152:45: Esther Dyson, on the Future of Human Health & Longevity
2:453:15: Lawrence Krauss, on the Future of Fundamental Science & the Long Term Future of Life
3:153:45: Coffee break
3:454:15: David Brin, on the Future of Privacy, Security & Liberty
4:154:45: Gregory Benford, on the Future of Space Travel & Colonization
4:455:15: Panel discussion with afternoon speakers
5:155:45: Mathemagics with Art Benjamin and the Future of Math
5:456:15: Audience Q&A with afternoon speakers
6:158:00: Dinner (catered at Caltech), book signing with speakers
8:009:30: Musical entertainment with Frankie Moreno


TO CALTECH: Off the 210 Freeway in Pasadena, exit Lake Ave and go south. Left on Del Mar, right on Michigan, which terminates at Caltech. Park in the faculty parking lot to the left, or in the student parking lots to the right. Beckman Auditorium is the large white round building at the south end of the faculty parking lot. Off the 110 Freeway, follow to the end and continue north on Arroyo Parkway, right on Del Mar, right on Michigan, follow parking instructions above.


Article by Wayne Coste and Tim Michel