What we're about

Meet other fans of Darwin and the Amateur Astronomers Association, to discuss the basic principles or latest insights, on evolution and science trending topics.

Evolution is one of the most beautiful and profound insights into the universe our species has, and it is to be joyously celebrated and observed: "Wonderful Life", as Steven Jay Gould said. The panoply of life, is as a wondrous a thing to observe for itself--rather than indulging in cosmic egocentrism--as the gas pillars in the Eagle Nebula.

We are interested in the subject of evolution, as a fact and the multivariate ways it influences and is manifested in our universe... scientifically, artistically, historically, philosophically, politically.

re: this group. Meetings suggested by members, can be discussed through the meetup message system. just click on organizer's profile.

Upcoming events (4+)

weekly astronomy / physics, see details section for RSVP info, sometimes cancels

Weekly astronomy class. Sometimes this event gets cancelled, so please RSVP here to use meetup just as a reminder, and ask the instructor for the location, his email is: [masked]

Immediately below is a description of his event, and at the bottom is information about another science group, unrelated, but it occasionally has astronomy:

Taught by Laird W. Ph.D. and here's how he describes it: “Astronomy is about EVERYTHING. Or at least that's why I became interested in it in 2nd grade. Now, 40 years post Ph.D. in Astronomy. Astronomy, and indeed all of science is still my passion. My advisor was Carl Sagan.”

First class is free. Ongoing, astronomy class at the Senior Center. You don't have to be a senior to join, but you should pay the Senior Center $2.50 (or $5 for every other meeting), you attend, (exact change is appreciated). Note regarding emails: Make sure the word MEETUP does NOT appear anywhere in the email.

Below, is a link to another unrelated science group that has various events, sometimes about astronomy:
https://www.simonsfoundation.org
and click on events

weekly astronomy / physics, see details section for RSVP info, sometimes cancels

Weekly astronomy class. Sometimes this event gets cancelled, so please RSVP here to use meetup just as a reminder, and ask the instructor for the location, his email is: [masked]

Immediately below is a description of his event, and at the bottom is information about another science group, unrelated, but it occasionally has astronomy:

Taught by Laird W. Ph.D. and here's how he describes it: “Astronomy is about EVERYTHING. Or at least that's why I became interested in it in 2nd grade. Now, 40 years post Ph.D. in Astronomy. Astronomy, and indeed all of science is still my passion. My advisor was Carl Sagan.”

First class is free. Ongoing, astronomy class at the Senior Center. You don't have to be a senior to join, but you should pay the Senior Center $2.50 (or $5 for every other meeting), you attend, (exact change is appreciated). Note regarding emails: Make sure the word MEETUP does NOT appear anywhere in the email.

Below, is a link to another unrelated science group that has various events, sometimes about astronomy:
https://www.simonsfoundation.org
and click on events

weekly astronomy / physics, see details section for RSVP info, sometimes cancels

Weekly astronomy class. Sometimes this event gets cancelled, so please RSVP here to use meetup just as a reminder, and ask the instructor for the location, his email is: [masked]

Immediately below is a description of his event, and at the bottom is information about another science group, unrelated, but it occasionally has astronomy:

Taught by Laird W. Ph.D. and here's how he describes it: “Astronomy is about EVERYTHING. Or at least that's why I became interested in it in 2nd grade. Now, 40 years post Ph.D. in Astronomy. Astronomy, and indeed all of science is still my passion. My advisor was Carl Sagan.”

First class is free. Ongoing, astronomy class at the Senior Center. You don't have to be a senior to join, but you should pay the Senior Center $2.50 (or $5 for every other meeting), you attend, (exact change is appreciated). Note regarding emails: Make sure the word MEETUP does NOT appear anywhere in the email.

Below, is a link to another unrelated science group that has various events, sometimes about astronomy:
https://www.simonsfoundation.org
and click on events

weekly astronomy / physics, see details section for RSVP info, sometimes cancels

Weekly astronomy class. Sometimes this event gets cancelled, so please RSVP here to use meetup just as a reminder, and ask the instructor for the location, his email is: [masked]

Immediately below is a description of his event, and at the bottom is information about another science group, unrelated, but it occasionally has astronomy:

Taught by Laird W. Ph.D. and here's how he describes it: “Astronomy is about EVERYTHING. Or at least that's why I became interested in it in 2nd grade. Now, 40 years post Ph.D. in Astronomy. Astronomy, and indeed all of science is still my passion. My advisor was Carl Sagan.”

First class is free. Ongoing, astronomy class at the Senior Center. You don't have to be a senior to join, but you should pay the Senior Center $2.50 (or $5 for every other meeting), you attend, (exact change is appreciated). Note regarding emails: Make sure the word MEETUP does NOT appear anywhere in the email.

Below, is a link to another unrelated science group that has various events, sometimes about astronomy:
https://www.simonsfoundation.org
and click on events

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