SkeptiCamp NYC 2009: Share the apple of knowledge

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Photo Gallery 2009

This gallery is a work in progress! You can contribute to it! Please send us some of your favorite SkeptiCamp NYC photos, along with your name, so you can receive credit. Or, provide a link to your own gallery: mitchlampert@optonline.net

(Apologies to Jeff Corey and Tim Farley. We don't have any good photos of you, yet. But, we are working on it! Mitch doesn't even have good photos of himself, yet.)

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If anyone wants Mitchell's original, full-size photos, from his camera, please e-mail your request to him. The originals are about 2 MB each.

Scott Stafiej talks about the community
Scott Stafiej talks about the community
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
The audience is enraptured
The audience is enraptured
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
Michael De Dora Jr. helps us deal with atheism as part of skepticism
Michael De Dora Jr. helps us deal with atheism as part of skepticism
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
Michael De Dora Jr. speaks to the crowd
Michael De Dora Jr. speaks to the crowd
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
Joshie Berger's rants were so energetic, it was difficult to get a shot of him that wasn't blurry.
Joshie Berger's rants were so energetic, it was difficult to get a shot of him that wasn't blurry.
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
Michael Rosch wants Jenny to stop being so dangerously inaccurate about autism.
Michael Rosch wants Jenny to stop being so dangerously inaccurate about autism.
Photo By: Craig Sachs
Tony Leotta is skeptical of personal genomics firms.
Tony Leotta is skeptical of personal genomics firms.
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
Lisa Bauer promotes the possible provability of P values.
Lisa Bauer promotes the possible provability of P values.
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
Gegory Lopez introduces his stupid Bayesian tricks.
Gegory Lopez introduces his stupid Bayesian tricks.
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
Page Van Meter piles the journal-reading tips higher and deeper
Page Van Meter piles the journal-reading tips higher and deeper
Photo By: Mitch Lampert
SkeptiCamp NYC 2009 attendees got to take home a T-shirt, program guide, left over NECSS pads, and a free issue of Skeptical Inquirer, among other things.
SkeptiCamp NYC 2009 attendees got to take home a T-shirt, program guide, left over NECSS pads, and a free issue of Skeptical Inquirer, among other things.
Photo By: Mitch Lampert

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