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Rockin' Thursday Night!

Posted by Cat / January 25, 2007

Boy oh boy oh boy, folks, are you gonna have a good time tonight! Why? Because you are a bunch of thinkers who aren't above shakin' the ol' hips from time to time. First, take yourself down to the Leacock Building of McGill University to contemplate your place in the universe at the second annual Lorne Trottier Public Science Symposium.

Four giants of physics and astronomy will bring the fascinating and controversial Anthropic Principle to the public as they debate "A cosmic coincidence: Why is the universe just right for life?" The symposium will conclude with an open question period. All are welcome. RSVP not necessary, but limited seating.

In need of a little more "string theory"? Following the lecture boot it on over to Casa del Popolo where the magical Katie Moore, accompanied by good friend and great musician Warren Spicer, will open for "famous Dave MacLeod". Sup on that beer, continue the contemplative thread, and let the music bring home the REAL reason as to why the universe is just right for life. (Stay tuned for an interview with Katie Moore!)

Trottier lecture

Where:
Stephen Leacock Building #132, 855 Sherbrooke Street West
When:
Thursday, January 25th, 5:00-7:00 PM

Katie Moore and David MacLeod
Where:
Casa del Popolo, 4873 boul. St-Laurent
When:
Thursday, January 25th, 8 PM

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