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How Outlandish: Time Travel Panel at the Sac Public Library

A Message from Stephanie Borelli of the Sac Public Library:

"You are not going to want to miss next Sunday’s How Outlandish<>; program. Your friends won’t want to miss it either, so be sure to pass this on to the science fiction and science buffs in your life.

Chris Taylor, a professor of physics and astronomy at Sac State, will be here to talk about how time travel
might work; about changing the future and the Grandfather Paradox. He’ll talk about how the use of time travel in Outlander compares to its use in other fiction and will even suggest what to put in a time-traveler's survival bag.

Will that include a Jessica Gutenberg original and a stash of penicillin, I wonder?

For more information about How Outlandish and links to past programs check out the web page<>;."

And that is all. Over and out.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Interesting. Count me in!

    September 16, 2013

  • Steven Rose, J.

    I myself will probably not be able to make it; I will probably be at Super Sac Con. Unless I get done there early. But it sounds like it will be a really neat talk.

    September 15, 2013

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