Greetings, internet. I’ve got a few posts in the queue on the potential dangers of colliding with a star in your warp drive and such like, but I wanted to give update on a couple of really exciting interviews this coming week.
- Wednesday, January 22, 9pm EST at Virtually Speaking Online Radio
Jennifer Ouellette will be interviewing me about my writing, physics, and symmetry in the universe. The interview will be “live” in Second Life, but will be downloadable as a podcast after. If this announcement seems familiar, it’s because we had to reschedule.
- Friday, January 24, 11am EST on WHYY’s Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane
NPR’s Jeff Brady will be doing the interview. We’ll focus on my book, The Universe in the Rearview Mirror. Perhaps I’ve mentioned it once or twice before.
Last week was pretty exciting, too. On Monday, I did a “Science on Tap” talk at National Mechanics. The turnout was nuts:
Next month promises to be even better. On February 10th, my pal Ken Lacovara will be talking about “Next Generation Paleontology.”
On Tuesday, I gave a really fun double-header talk with Max Tegmark at the Free Library. If you couldn’t come out in the rain, don’t fret. The good folks at the library have made the talks (or at least the audio content) available online.
That’s all for now, but I’ve been getting a lot of fun quickie questions lately that will likely turn into blog posts. As always, feel free to send me more.