This Week at The Science Cafe - Vol 2 No 43

From: Dr. Brian H.
Sent on: Monday, March 19, 2007 6:54 PM
Hello folks,

My name is Brian Hart, astrophysicist, and your host at The Science Cafe.
Welcome to our group.  At the Science Cafe, you are welcome to join us in a
restaurant, bookstore, or coffeehouse where we discuss topics at the
intersection of Science & Life.  We discuss a variety of topics that we hear
about on the news and meet new people at our events.  This newsletter, "This
Week at The Science Caf?," is a place for me to share with you what's new
with The Science Caf? this week.

Join us this week online and by continuing to read this message for the
latest that is going on.

SCIENCE CAFE BUZZ
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JOIN US for our latest upcoming events.  See below for a list.

Did you know...the Science Caf? had 46 events since its founding on April
14, 2005?  We are just a little over a month away from celebrating the 2nd
Anniversary of SoCal Science Caf?!  I am so excited for what's next.

Discuss science online!  As a member, you have the privilege of being one of
the lucky few who can make use of our online Bulletin Board.  Think of it as
a Craigslist for science!  I invite you to post messages and discuss science
there.

Point your browser to: http://tinyurl.co...­

UPCOMING SCIENCE EVENTS
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First, a sampling of notable upcoming events around SoCal from our Science
Calendar:

Mon Mar 19, 5:30 PM  Lou Friedman: Executive Director, Planetary Society  
Tue Mar 20, 5:00 PM  Spring Equinox  
Tue Mar 20, 7:00 PM  Wine, Dinner, and The Origin of Life 7 Yes, 8 Maybe
Wed Mar 21, 2:00 PM  Eban Goodstein: Focus the Nation - Global Warming
Solutions for America  
Wed Mar 21, 7:00 PM  Elizabeth Loftus: The Creation of False Memories 

To find out more, click over to: http://tinyurl.co...­

EXCITING EVENTS I especially want to invite you to:

April Science Caf?: Oil Policy, Alternatives, and Solutions
Saturday, April 7, 3 PM
Barnes & Noble Fashion Island
Newport Beach

It's free and will be 1 hour 45 minutes in duration with a variety of
different activities during the event.  Space is limited so please RSVP
today!

RSVP http://tinyurl.co...­

Join us on March 20 as we put the "Caf?" in "Science Caf?" with two events
centered around food, science, and people.  

Breakfast and Science: Solving Fermat's Last Theorem with Karl Rubin
7:30 AM, Tues, Mar 20
Free Breakfast
1.5 hours

9 yes, 0 maybe

RSVPs are closed.  Come join us anyways if you like!  Drop-ins are welcome.

Wine, Dinner, and the Origin of Life
$25/plate for Beef Tri-Tip and Complimentary Wine Dinner
Speaker: Dr. Fred Johnson on the origins of life in the universe.
2 hours.  Dinner at 7 PM.  Free lecture if you come at 8 PM.  RSVP requested
no matter when you're coming.

7yes, 8maybe

RSVPs Closed.  No drop-ins please.

Don't worry West L.A./Pasadena folks!  We are having an event soon when the
new Barnes & Noble at Pico-Westwood opens up.  We'll keep you posted.

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Well, that's all I have!  I really want to invite you to come join us at the
Science Cafe Energy Forum.  Learn more about energy and what is being done
to keep America running!  Check it out.

Your Host,
Brian Hart



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