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Re: [socratescafe-107] Socrates Cafe Newtown: On Randomness

From: Katherine
Sent on: Thursday, June 10, 2010 4:00 PM
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> Hi all,
>
> Information on the next Socrates Cafe Newtown session is now up on the
> site. The topic will be: on randomness.
>
> What is randomness? Can there be any uncaused events? Would such a truly
> random event challenge our conception of an ordered universe? Or is
> randomness just an illusion?
>
> The talk will be given by Tibor Molnar, who studies philosophy of science,
> quantum mechanics and cognitive neuroscience, and teaches at the
> University of Sydney - Tibor's also a Socrates Cafe regular.
>
> It will be held next Wednesday, 16 June, from 6.30pm at Berkelouw Books in
> Newtown.
>
> Note: this Socrates Cafe will have a $5 door charge, which includes a tea
> or coffee from the cafe.
>
> Hope to see you there!
>
> Tim
>
>
>
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