The Odds Must Be Crazy: Figures Are Stranger Than Fiction

A session at Skeptrack 2012

Sunday 2nd September, 2012

7:00pm to 8:00pm

Coincidences are common experiences that lead to supernatural beliefs. Grassroots skeptics have a strategy to explain probability & defeat superstition.

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Barbara Drescher

cognitive psychologist, blogger, skeptic, former educator (at CSU Northridge), educational programs consultant for @JREF [opinions expressed here are my own] bio from Twitter

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Wendy Hughes

Grassroots skeptic; skepticink.com. Semi-retired, but busy. For a good time, visit www.theoddsmustbecrazy.com

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Jarrett Kaufman

Actor, atheist, skeptic, fascinated. Steering Member of Independent Investigations Group, co-creater of The Odds Must Be Crazy, Timmy on Mr. Deity. bio from Twitter

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Time 7:00pm8:00pm EST

Date Sun 2nd September 2012


Hilton Rooms 205 - 207, Hilton Atlanta

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