What we're about

So how do we know that?
Come join people who are curious, thoughtful, and use evidence-based thinking to better understand the world around us and ourselves. We will explore this through the wide spectrum of books or videos chosen. These discussions will be guided by the monthly topic and they will be engaging and far-ranging to encourage participation from all attending.

Upcoming events (4+)

Superior: The Return of Race Science by Angela Saini

Irondequoit Public Library

Join us for an engaging & lively discussion on the history of race. Where did the concept come from? How has it affected medicine and other sciences? What is the reality of race?
Great interviews with the author on YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwtkYR8zpjc

Plagues and People by William H. McNeill 1977

Irondequoit Public Library

Join us for an engaging & lively discussion! We evolved with, and despite of, plagues. How has this affect us - personally, politically, demographically? What can we learn from history to cope with COVID and the next pandemic?

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Irondequoit Public Library

Join us for an engaging & lively discussion! Neuroscience on how brains learn and work. What can we learn?

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Irondequoit Public Library

Join us for an interesting and lively discussion on neuroscience findings on how the brain works. How can we improve our lives with the new findings?

Past events (5)

Project Hail Mary by Andrew Weil, 2021

Irondequoit Public Library

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