An Evening With Richard Dawkins

Thanks to Member Robyn Baxendale for sharing this awesome experience with us. An Evening with Richard Dawkins (aka the best night of my life!) by Robyn Baxendale It all started with some random guy handing me his parking pass, score! My daughter Lindsay and I then proceeded to walk along Pearl Street Mall in Boulder …

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DURANGO SKEPTICS AND ATHEIST NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2017

  Next general meeting: WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 Meetings are at Irish Embassy, 900 Main St. Durango Dinner, for those interested, from 5:30PM. Discussion starts at 6:30   The discussion topic for this month: AI (Artificial Intelligence) Computerized ‘personal assistants’, androids, machines that learn to play chess and Go, IBM’s Watson, Microsoft’s Tay, self-driving cars and …

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Skeptics and Atheists of Durango NOVEMBER 2016 NEWSLETTER

  Next general meeting: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 Meetings are at Irish Embassy, 900 Main Street Durango Dinner, for those interested, from 5:30PM. Discussion starts at 6:30   The discussion topic for this month: Group Co-Founder Kathleen O’Conner will make a presentation regarding the First Amendment and the separation of church and state…when it’s followed and …

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Happy Reason Rally Day 2012

Today is a special day for Atheists, Agnostics,  and Freethinkers. For the first time, non-believers are descending upon the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to let our leaders know that we are here and we want representation. Additionally, this day celebrates living a fulfilled life without  beliefs  in supernatural beings. It celebrates reality and the …

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Way to go, Jessica!

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion". Most of you are probably  familiar with the story of Jessica Ahlquist, a high school junior in  Cranston, Rhode Island who filed a suit against her school after they refused to remove a mural with  christian religous references contained therein.  The case went to trial and the …

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