The Intersection

My Last OZ Talk: Sydney


I’ve had a wonderful time in Australia; as will be shown in my forthcoming Seed column, the experience has also been very eye opening in a lot of ways. It’s winding down, though: I do one last talk here in Sydney, and then it’s off back to the states on that ridiculously long plane ride.

Tim Lambert (who I’ll get to meet for the first time soon enough) has already blogged the talk, but here are the details:

Tuesday, April 24

6:30 PM-8:00 PM

Berkelouw Books–Leichhardt

70 Norton Street

Sydney, Australia NSW 2040

And then, when I get back to the states, it will be time for some talks on “framing”–followed by hurricane season…..


  1. #1 Douglas Coker
    April 23, 2007

    I’d be interested in your thoughts and observations on the Australian drought or “BIG DRY”.

    Douglas Coker

  2. #2 gerald spezio
    April 23, 2007

    Chris, if you persist in this assinine flap about the non-problem of framing, you have an excellent chance of turning your blog into an innocuous literary salon – largely devoid of genuine scientific input.

  3. #3 Chris Mooney
    April 23, 2007

    Well, Gerald, for the record, I plan on persisting. The many knee jerk responses that I’ve received only increase my conviction that we need innovative new thinking about science communication strategies.

    You’re free to stop visiting any time.

  4. #4 gerald spezio
    April 24, 2007

    Chris, as W.C. Fields would suggest, anybody who writes a terrific book such as TRWS can’t be all bad. I just finished plowing through most all of what is posted about all this entropic waste of brain cells at Mixing Memory. There are plenty of real enemies out there. Larry Moran is not one of them.

  5. #5 Benny
    April 28, 2007

    nice pic.

  6. #6 mark santos
    November 29, 2007

    The most beautiful City the World is not Sydney, not San Francisco, not Cape-Town. First City of the World, with special beautiful natural Place is the Rio de Janeiro!!!

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