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TAM In Memoriam Presentation PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Tim Farley   

For the last few years at The Amaz!ng Meeting there has been a brief presentation to remember people whose lives impacted skepticism in some way. These are people who have died in the last year. This year it ran on both Friday and Saturday in the morning.  For those of you who were not attending TAM, or perhaps were there and missed it, here it is:

 

Thanks to Tim Binga, Sharon Hill, Natalie Jaran, Jim Lippard, Daniel Loxton and Lei Pinter for their help in collecting this information and the photos you see.

 

Tim Farley is a JREF Research Fellow. He is the creator of the website What's the Harm and blogs at Skeptical Software Tools. He researched the dates in JREF's Today in Skeptic History iPhone app and has presented at four TAMs. You can follow him on Twitter here.

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written by krelnik, July 20, 2012
Oh, I should have thanked Martin Robbins too, he called Dharmapala Senaratne to my attention via a public post on Twitter. Thanks, Martin.
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written by live.the.future, July 20, 2012
Thx for including Senaratne btw. (My wife is Sri Lankan and neither of us had heard of a SL Rationalist Assn.)
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