All Aboard for a Sun-Filled, Intellectually Stimulating Week at Sea! You Won’t Want to Miss Fixing the World: Reason Seminar Cruise 2014!

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Bjorn LomborgTIME Magazine calls him one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and the Guardian says that he’s one of the 50 people who could save the planet—but Bjorn Lomborg is best known as The Skeptical Environmentalist.  As the author of Cool It and How to Spend $75 Billion to Make the World a Better Place, Lomborg is an expert on the unreasonably high cost of current environmental policy and common sense alternatives.

Other speakers on this year’s cruise include author and former Reason Editor in Chief Virginia Postrel, author and historian Johan Norberg, Reason Editor in Chief Matt Welch, Reason TV Editor in Chief Nick Gillespie, Reason Science Correspondent Ron Bailey, and Reason Senior Editor Jacob Sullum.

We’ll be traveling in style on the Celebrity Silhouette, and all-inclusive accommodations start at just $1,650 per person (and range up to deluxe cabins with incredible ocean views and private verandas).

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  • Snark Plissken||

    I think he's dreamy.

  • Lady Bertrum||

    lovely blue eyes.

  • Snark Plissken||

    That match the color of the seas that shall engulf the land thanks to skeptics such as himself.

  • Almanian!||

    I'm lost in the seas of his blue eyes. If the land must disappear because of his views, then let it happen all the more quickly so that...

    WAIT, WHAT???!1

  • Snark Plissken||

    You almost drowned in white privilege. Welcome back comrade.

  • Almanian!||

    White male privilege....even worse.

    Thanks - it's good to be back.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    ...high cost of current environmental policy and common sense alternatives.

    Might the common sense alternatives include not mixing a giant ocean liner's diesel fumes with Gaia's life-giving breath? Why don't you just cast indiscriminate tuna nets to catch some dolphins while you're out there, reason?

    Also, make sure there are enough lifeboats. I don't know if anyone saw the 3D movie Titanic but it was a real eye opener.

  • Snark Plissken||

    There's nothing wrong with catching dolphins, as long as you let them go after explaining to them how rape is bad.

  • gaijin||

    common sense

    hmmm. Where have I heard that policy description before?

  • Almanian!||

    You know who else used marine vessels to promote their ideas...

  • WTF||

    The British?

  • Snark Plissken||


  • WTF||


  • Almanian!||

    Jacques Cousteau?

  • Snark Plissken||

    You can't answer your own Godwin, how jejune.

  • Almanian!||

    I am not constrained by your bourgeois rules and customs, snark

  • ||

    Seaman and Swallow?

  • gaijin||

    hey, if it weren't for hardy seamen none of us would be here to enjoy our freedom!

  • BiMonSciFiCon||

    Horatio Mcallister?

  • ||

    I have a vision of Nick Gillespie in a mankini

  • Snark Plissken||

    Faux leather?

  • Lord Humungus||

    tight, with his bulging man pieces on display?

  • gaijin||

    a tuft of dark hair protruding from the waist band, like some dark, tangled bouquet of hirsute manliness that has outgrown it's once adequate vase.

  • Almanian!||


    (with apologies to barfman)

  • sarcasmic||

    Julian Assange and Gordon Ramsay had a love child?

  • Steve G||

    Get Ekins/Oppenheimer/Kennedy and that new fureign red-head on the boat, and we'll talk...


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