Rocky Mountain Skeptics


The Rocky Mountain Skeptics hold a monthly breakfast meeting in Boulder (usually the third Saturday of each month, occasionally the fourth or the second). The meetings feature guest speakers and lively discussions on a number of topics of interest to the skeptical community.

Those interested in attending the meetings, which are open to the public, should make reservations by calling Bela Scheiber at 303-444-7537 or sending him E-mail. When registering by email, please include your name (it's sometimes hard to identify people just from an email address and "I'll be there") and how many people will be coming with you. All sessions include a breakfast buffet.

The room we use holds only 35 people, so make your reservations quickly to ensure yourself a spot.

The next meeting of the Rocky Mountain Skeptics will be Saturday, April 13, starting at 10 AM. It will be held at the usual place--the University Club on the University of Colorado (Boulder) campus--and the price is $12 per person, which includes the breakfast buffet. Reservations must be made by April 8 at noon. Bela will provide directions if you don't know how to get there.

Meeting: "When will we hear from the aliens? If we do hear from them, what would it mean? And what happens next?"

Speaker: Seth Shostak

Seth Shostak comes to Boulder from the SETI Institute (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) in California, where he is an astronomer engaged in this search. While he has spent the majority of his life studying galaxies, he now occupies his days with efforts to eavesdrop on alien radio broadcasts. He is the author of hundreds of popular articles on astronomy, film, technology, and sundry other topics. His recent book, Sharing the Universe, describes his current endeavor to prove that we are not alone. He is also a lecturer at the California Academy of Sciences and a frequent sound-bite artist on TV and radio.

Last updated: 04/05/02

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