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  1. Debate on "Fossil fuels: are they a risk to the planet or do they improve it? Thoughts? I'm interested to see how Alex will handle someone at this level... I've seen him debate people from OWS - but most of those people were complete door knobs. Here's the article which triggered this whole thing (referred to in the video) Global Warming's Terrifying New Math Alex's original challenge video: For anyone who's interested you can get DVDs, T-shirts, background info, etc here: McKibben vs Epstein Campaign
  2. Calling everyone interested in Objectivist student activism! Staff members from The Undercurrent will be at Quinn's Bar on Thursday at 9PM to discuss our plans for the next academic year. If you're interested in communicating Objectivist ideas — either in print or in video — or starting/strengthening a campus club on your campus, join us! We're dedicated to promoting the Objectivist student movement. The event will be held at Quinn's Bar on the first floor of the Marina Tower of the Sheraton San Diego Hotel during OCON 2012. You can RSVP for the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/400008730034786/ Please feel free to e-mail us with any questions about The Undercurrent or the event at [email protected]
  3. As a student, I often find myself arguing with socialists. I have organised many debates with socialists, and am holding conferences in Austrian economics. Doing everything I can with my knowledge, in order to persuade socialists to understand economics, capitalism and rights... I am still young however, so I'm sure there are better methods than I have used to convince people. (i.e. YouTube videos of Friedman, Sowell and Rand) Which tools and methodology (i.e praxeology, natural rights &etc) would you recommend to undertake this task? Thanks for all suggestions, Samuel Marks
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