Revolutions in Time, Culture & the Cosmos with Adam Frank

Thursday, 23 February 2012 - 7:00pm
Format: 
Discussion
Format: 
Lecture
Admission: 
RSVP Required
Region: 
KCTS/Seattle
Location: 
KCTS 9 Studios Click here for Map

Signups closed for this Event

*Update: as of 2/16 at 1:30 pm - This event is full and we are no longer taking RSVPs but encourage you to take part in the live-stream and participate in the discussion during the event.* If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email tsteele@KCTS9.org.
 
Join us for an interactive conversation about our perceptions of and relationships with time, culture and the cosmos with Adam Frank, Ph.D., NPR Commentator and University of Rochester Astrophysicist. Time changes—literally. The human experience of time has changed again and again throughout our evolution. With science poised to move beyond the Big Bang, are radical new ideas in cosmology part of a coming revolution in the human construction of time? 
 
This event is free, open to all ages and no science background is required, but space is limited (updated on 2/16 - this event is now full).Download the flyer (PDF) You can also watch the event streamed live at KCTS9.org/science-cafe and actively participate in the discussion online.
 
This event is presented by KCTS 9 and Pacific Science Center, and is moderated by Hanson Hosein, Director of UW's Master of Communication in Digital Media program and host of UWTV's award-winning series, Four Peaks.
 
Click here to watch Adam Frank's previous Science Cafe discussion, "Before the Big Bang." Questions? Contact science.cafe@pacsci.org.