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The Amazing Meeting

WELCOME TO TAM AUSTRALIA

TAM, the Amaz!ng Meeting, is the biggest get-together in the Skeptical universe, and in November 2010, TAM comes to Australia. TAM features the best and most interesting, humorous and controversial Skeptics from around the world, and TAM Australia will be the largest event of its kind ever held here.


TAM Australia will be held from November 26-28 at the Sydney Masonic Centre in Sydney, Australia.

The line-up includes James Randi, Simon Singh, the entire cast of The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe, Brian Dunning from Skeptoid, Krissy Wilson, Eugenie Scott, George Hrab from the Geologic Podcast, Dr Karl, Fred Watson, Rachael Dunlop and a host of other local and overseas skeptics and freethinkers. TAM Australia offers a variety of divertissements, from education and entertainment to the camaraderie and shared experiences you can only get at Skeptical meetings.

TAM is the absolute must-attend event of the year, and we look forward to seeing you there in November.

RELATED LINKS

    •    www.skeptics.com.au
    •    www.randi.org
    •    www.theskepticsguide.org
    •    www.tamlondon.org

    BECOMING A MEMBER OF AUSTRALIAN SKEPTICS OR THE JAMES RANDI EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

    To become a member of Australian Skeptics, subscribe to The Skeptic magazine. Go to the Australian Skeptics shop and choose your preferred subscription option. Printed copy subscriptions start from A$44 for one year and digital subscriptions start from A$22 for one year.

    To become a member of the James Randi Educational Foundation, go to the JREF store and choose your preferred membership option. Memberships start from US$50 for an introductory membership (US$25 for students).

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