Being Human 2012 is tomorrow. This is likely to be one of the most interesting events with a strong post-rational content. The line-up of speakers and topics is very impressive and truly interdisciplinary. I have to admit I am most excited about David Eagleman, who is one of my favorite post-rational researchers, combining top-notch neuroscience with a deep understanding of the psychological aspects of human thought and the practical implications of being human and living for human goals through a human existence.
It should be a blast, and I recommend it to anyone who can make it. If you can't make it, at least check out the live stream.