Saturday, May 29, 2010

World Science Fest includes way-out thinking

The World Science Festival is coming up in New York. Its organizers are trying hard to fight the "dork" image and reignite America's interest in science - especially the interest of the younger generation. The Festival's originator is a physicist who suggests string theory opens up the possibility we're all holographic projections of information that exists elsewhere in the multi verse. (As Woody Allen would say, "Then I definitely overpaid for my carpet.") Everyone from honoree Stephen Hawking to composed Philip Glass will be on hand for the kickoff on June 2.
COMMENT: Good luck, and sorry I'll miss the show!

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