PLEASE ARRIVE AT PROMPTLY AT 7 PM.
If you are unable to attend, please change your RSVP PRIOR to the day of the event. Cancellations after 12pm, May 9th will constitute a "no show."
***A "no show" or last minute cancellation may impede your ability to attend future IM events.***
Conspiracy theories have been a part of humanity for ages.
From the more far-fetched (the Moon landing was a hoax) to the very widely believed (JFK’s assassination was a conspiracy) to ones of middling popularity (world events are controlled by small families of bankers, etc.), these narratives inform much of how many of us see the world, and our actions which follow from that.
And they remain entrenched, only giving way gradually when their error becomes irrefutable, and often to some of us, not even then.
They hold and have held enormous sway over entire communities, even nations.
What gives them so much power? What are the consequences of believing in erroneous ones? And how can we learn to better see the world as it actually is, and not as how very compelling but highly flawed narratives tell us it is?
Bring your open mind, bring your candor, and if you want to, bring your favorite conspiracy theory :)
And let’s all learn together...E