You know how on the internet you’re never quite sure whether HotGirl23 is really HotGirl23? Likewise, how can you ever be sure that your friendly neighborhood physicist is really a physicist? Or friendly? Well, there’s one way to find out! Come to a talk. Also, you could take my classes. Or stalk me. But I wouldn’t recommend the last.
I’ve a couple of event lined up in the next little while:
- Saturday, November 20, 2010, 2:00pm – Philadelphia Association for Critical Thinking. Talks are held in C2-28 Lecture Room (in the Center for Business and Industry) at the Community College of Philadelphia, and are open to the public. I will be talking about Crackpots and Cosmology (with particular emphasis on what I’ve learned from my “Ask a Physicist” column).
- Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 7:00pm – Rittenhouse Astronomical Society. The meetings held at the Franklin Institute are open to the public, and include an astronomy lesson (by someone in the society), my lecture, and (weather permitting) observing! I will be talking about “The Dark Side of the Universe.”
Don’t forget to bring lots of good questions.