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Mystery of the Cosmological Constants
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Mystery of the Cosmological Constants

The Mystery of the Cosmological Constants: Evidence for the Existence of God?" ASA Fellows lead the discussion: Yes: Walter Bradley No: Randy Isaac

When: Friday Oct 2, 2015
Where: MIT Thirsty Ear
235 Albany St
Cambridge, Massachusetts 
United States
Presenter: Walter Bradley and Randy Isaac
Contact: Randy Isaac

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The first ASA chapter meeting of the fall season will be held on Friday, October 2, 2015, at the Thirsty Ear pub at MIT, 235 Albany St, Cambridge, MA. We have a special feature that will complete a trilogy of presentations. Our meeting will feature a discussion of "The Mystery of the Cosmological Constants: Evidence for the Existence of God?" with ASA Fellows Walter Bradley taking the Yes position and Randy Isaac taking the No position. The same discussion will be held at two invitation-only events at the Cambridge Roundtable dinner at the Harvard Faculty Club on September 30 and at Brown University on October 1. We could call this the rubber match?

Donations are appreciated to cover the cost of renting the facility. Complimentary soft drinks and snacks will be available as well as attractively priced beer. Doors will open at 7PM and the discussion will begin at 7:30pm.

Bring your friends! Print out the attached poster and put it on your bulletin board at work or at church or send it around electronically. All who are 21 years old or older are welcome. ID is required.