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Sunday, Jun. 4 @ 10:00am
LuAnn Dahlman will discuss the effect of the change in the political climate on how we address the larger issues of climate change.
Sunday, May. 21 @ 11:00am
Eddie Tabash of the Center for Inquiry will present a discussion of the rise of the religious right and the impact on public policy. Note change in start time to 11:00 AM.
Sunday, May. 7 @ 10:00am
What has the Arizona State Legislature been up to this year? Your religious liberties are on the line. See which bills were stopped and which got through and what you can do to help.
Sunday, Apr. 9 @ 10:00am
Are we genetically wired for morality? If so, how could this have happened in our evolutionary past? Morality defined as those prosocial qualities of normal human behavior which are heritable and which are enhanced and directed through the experiences of normal human development and social interaction.
Sunday, Mar. 5 @ 10:00am
Who Owns Your Brain: How Big Data is Used to Control Your Vote Presented by Andre Salais
Sunday, Feb. 5 @ 10:00am
Asteroids, Ion Propulsion, and NASA’s Dawn Mission to Asteroid Vesta and Dwarf Planet Ceres Presented by Dr. David Williams
Sunday, Jan. 22 @ 10:00am
US and Iran: a look at how we went from former friends to current adversaries Presented by Saman John Golestan
Sunday, Jan. 8 @ 10:00am
The Satanic Temple: Worship through Activism- the fight for the Separation of Church and State. Presented by Michelle Shortt and Stu De Haan
Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 @ 10:00am
What’s really wrong with health care and how to fix it (This talk will surprise you) Presented by Merrill Leffmann
Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016 @ 10:00am
Understanding Consent, Boundaries and Toxic Relationships Presented by James Avery Fuchs
Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016 @ 10:00am
The Big Picture: On the Origins of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself Presented by Video Presentation: Sean Carroll on The Big Picture