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IMPORTANT: Invite CFAR to your city.

From: cole m.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 10:18 PM
Please check this out> Links from the Q&A with the president of The Center for Applied Rationality, Julia Galef: Doug Greer & Cole Morgan.

First, please invite CFAR to Kansas City by filling out the survey at this page: Invite CFAR to your City! (  
Here is a direct link to the survey:
Here is a Youtube video that Julia referred to: How to want to change your mind (
Here is a link to CFAR's Rationality Checklist:
Here is a link to part 2 of CFAR's Rationality Checklist Survey:

Here is the book which was recommended by Bill Mulllins during a question he posed to Julia:  Drift into FailureSidney by Sidney Dekker –

Here are links to more related Youtube videos:
Julia Galef, president of CFAR ( has agreed to Skype into a classroom at UMKC. The Center for Applied Rationality aims to use cognitive scientists' "recent scientific understanding of cognitive biases, or systematic thinking errors [as] an exciting opportunity for humanity to become smarter and more effective.". 
Here is a link to the FAQ page:


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