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The San Diego Association for Rational Inquiry (SDARI) is an educational and investigative organization which advocates the application of scientific method and open rational inquiry to extraordinary claims of all kinds. The goals of SDARI are discussed on our Purposes page.
New SDARI officers were elected in November. Please see our Contact Information page for the list.
Regular SDARI Meetings
Next meeting: Sunday, April 27, 2014. Topic: Annual Science Fair Meeting.
Regular SDARI meetings are held monthly (except December) at 7:00 pm on the fourth Sunday at the Uptown Community Center in the Hillcrest section of San Diego. Meetings last about 1-1/2 hours, and are free (donation accepted; $5 suggested) and open to the public. Social time beginning at about 6:10 pm precedes the meetings; bring your own food if you wish and join us.
NOTE: During a past meeting one of the attendees had his car towed. Please be sure that you are not parked in a 15 minute or other restricted zone as these are enforced 24/7. The Community Center requests that we park in the underground parking garage in spaces not designated for residents.
See us on MEETUP.COM and FACEBOOK
SDARI has a page on MEETUP.
Your articles and/or essays wanted!
Have you written an article or essay about topics of interest to SDARI members? We would like to post your articles here. Contact for details. A few small photos (best if no larger than 555x416 pixels) may be included if desired.
SDARI E-mail Group
Keep informed about SDARI matters and participate in skeptical discussions by subscribing to the SDARI Group forum. See the directions on our Contact Information page.
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