- The Physics of Baseball — Sept.24 Spring is no longer in the air, and the grass is worn down. But excitement is building as the boys of summer become the play-off boys of October — with the end of the Major League Baseball season. Please join two veteran physics teachers as they explain — and demonstrate — the physical nuances of the game: how a curve ball curves…
- Top Tourist Sights of the Solar System — Oct 25 “Not too hot, not too cold” reads the prescription for a world that’s just right for life as we know it. Finding evidence of life beyond Earth is one of the primary goals of science agencies in the United States and abroad. The goal looms closer as a result of discoveries made by NASA’s Kepler Mission.
- Are We Alone in the Cosmos? — Oct 27 When science fiction portrays the galaxy as an arena of interstellar commerce and, occasionally, of star wars, could it be accurate? We now know that billions of hospitable, Earth-like planets are sprinkled throughout our Milky Way Galaxy. Yet billions of short-term searches for ET have turned up nothing. Where is everybody?!
- The Physics of Baseball — Sept.24
- Top Tourist Sights of the Solar System — Oct 25
- Are We Alone in the Cosmos? — Oct 27
- Science, Baseball, and Cosmic Purpose Posted on: Sep 15th, 2014
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