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I just heard about the IRVA meeting. Is there a cover charge or do I have to call somewhere and buy tickets to attend? I'm very interested in going. TY.

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The confrence is 3 days long and costs $235. Here's a link to all of the information... http://irvaconference.org/Registration.html I'll see you there :D


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I'll be putting an announcement up in the section for that in a few days, but my presentation at the IRVA conference will be "Searching, Finding, Locating - The Shotgun Wedding Between Dowsing and Remote Viewing." I think you'll find it very interesting.

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That does sound like a very interesting topic, Paul !!! Perfect for people like us !

When I went last year, you could also pick and choose specific topics at a "pay per topic" rate, as well as special "day rates" -- you didn't have to pay for everything just to go to one thing. It was alot of fun and I met a whole lot of cool people !

Picked up a bunch of really cool books not available elsewhere, got to meet many of the authors who were incredibly kind and generous with their time. (can anybody say "Ingo"?). Although my brain did hurt when quantum science got going. Which is a good thing. Brains *should* hurt from time to time. Creates new neurons ! :lol:

The hotel is especially nice too because there's none of that "strip"ness.

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The hotel is especially nice too because there's none of that "strip"ness.

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It's close to the strip though right? What's the point of going to Vegas if... well you know :-)

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It is walkable if you're fit, have comfortable shoes. I've done it in the middle of the day with the sun scorching down in 110 degrees and it was tough.

Mind you, the Hofbrauhaus is practically across the street and with the (sausage!, beers!, girls!, bands!, eidelweiss!) - and the Hard Rock on the other corner (gambling!)-- there's really NO need to spend much time at all on the strip other than a bus ride down and back just to see what the fuss is all about.

Also keep in mind, I live and work here - so Strip Traffic by car can be a huge challenge - even approaching ridiculous at times.

Taxi ! That's the way to go.

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Excellent. Sounds exciting. Thank you.

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Corsetconvict !,

You really do paint a pretty picture, for those of us not living
in Las Vegas ! :(

I would love to be there, but alas I will be in London at that date.
Please be my proxy and take notes when you go ! :lol:
Better still a video camera would be better.

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Corsetconvict I would love to be there, but alas I will be in London at that date. Please be my proxy and take notes when you go ! :lol: Better still a video camera would be better.
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Unfortunately I don't have a video camera, and since the folks at IRVA make professional DVD's available to the public afterward (or at least they did last year), I doubt they would permit me doing so.

I'll be attending Sunday - and will fill you in personally as bestest I can. :lol:

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Wish I could be there - will have to check out the DVDs afterward.

This year Jacques Vallee is talking (the guy that Spielberg based the French character on in Close Encounters). I had no idea the guy was involved in RV, but apparently he was there as a civillian in the early days. He hasn't spoken publicly in years as far as I know.

I will definitely get Maj. Smith's DVD if they make it available.


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