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    I would like to see Alan Alda speak at GAC 2018
    Just stick to the idea that science tests falsifiable hypotheses to destruction.

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    Quote Darwinsbulldog said View Post
    I would like to see Alan Alda speak at GAC 2018


    Now that would be awesome


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    Nearly forgot - Discount/Outlet shopping is UNDERNEATH the nearby Hilton Hotel on South Warf. If you need an additional wooly coat, go there during a tea break. I replaced some socks I forgot to pack last year in under ten mins.
    https://www.dfo.com.au/south-wharf/

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    Quote TokenSkeptic said View Post
    Nearly forgot - Discount/Outlet shopping is UNDERNEATH the nearby Hilton Hotel on South Warf. If you need an additional wooly coat, go there during a tea break. I replaced some socks I forgot to pack last year in under ten mins.
    https://www.dfo.com.au/south-wharf/
    In Feb, the need for fluffies would probably be limited, poddie-cat.
    Just stick to the idea that science tests falsifiable hypotheses to destruction.

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    Quote Darwinsbulldog said View Post
    In Feb, the need for fluffies would probably be limited, poddie-cat.
    Hey, I always bring something warm just in case to a theatre or lecture hall - the venue pumps up the aircon to balance out the number of people, and if you're not comfy in a seat for a few hours, it doubles as a back-cushion.

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    Quote TokenSkeptic said View Post
    Hey, I always bring something warm just in case to a theatre or lecture hall - the venue pumps up the aircon to balance out the number of people, and if you're not comfy in a seat for a few hours, it doubles as a back-cushion.
    Canines have a higher metabolic rate, and besides that, the presence of billions of hominid apes tends to counter-act the cooling effect of the air-cond!

    Besides, puppies need their walkies [friend Praxis took the puppy for a walk last GAC. She needed shoes and I bought a shirt for the dinner. One should not sit for hours anyway.

    Anyway, I am one of the great unwashed [Silver Tickets], so it is easier to slip away at the back if crowds get too much. Or I could bring a bone to distract myself with. Or maybe a tome. Mel-BUN actually still has bookshops.
    Just stick to the idea that science tests falsifiable hypotheses to destruction.

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    If you keep worrying that bone like that you'll go blind.
    ...never eat your own nose...

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    Stop worrying about his bone. I'm sure he has it well in hand. Or something.
    -Geoff Rogers

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    Only just realised it's on and had to hurriedly buy tickets! Obviously I haven't been paying attention!

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    Just bumped the 2012 (oh man, so long ago...) accommodation thread if there's any suggestions. http://www.atheistfoundation.org.au/...016#post597016

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