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Join 60 Rossmoor Atheists to Hear Peter Hess, Ph.D. on Climate Change Deniers

Peter M. J. Hess, Ph.D. serves as Director of Outreach to Religious Communities with the National Center for Science Education, helping to promote dialogue at the interface between science and religion.

Note: Rossmoor is a gated community off Tice Valley Blvd. in Walnut Creek. Tell the gate man you are attending a club meeting.

Directions: After the gate - turn next right onto Golden Rain Road  Go 0.5 mile.  Turn left onto LOWER Golden Rain Road.  Go 0.4 mile. Entrance for parking is on the left.

We will be in the Las Trampas Room.

 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I saw his presentation last week at the Humanists and it's not worth listening to. His reasoning - Koch Brothers bad - therefore the solution to global warming is a carbon tax. First of all any global warming solution that doesn't include population control as a central feature isn't serious. His presentation is more about hating right wingers, which we all agree on, and has nothing to do with science.

    I think that offering false solutions to global warming does more harm than good and that he is doing a disservice to those of us who take the issue seriously. I could have a little more respect if he advocated using the money raised for scientific research but he doesn't. His carbon tax solution is just moving money around and has nothing to do with global warming.

    May 15, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'd love to carpool if folks from SF are interested in going. Lecture sounds very interesting as do most but public transportation is a bit difficult given the location.

    May 10, 2013

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