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What we'll do
Ian Bryce will be talking about Stephen Hawking - His Life and Physics.
The world has lost possibly the best known and most inspiring scientist ever. He illuminated the origins of the universe, and shone at communicating his understanding to the world. Despite a condition which would leave most in despair, he led a controversial private life, deeply affecting those around him.
What events shaped his life, and what will be his legacy?
Ian Bryce BSc (Physics), BE (Hons) is our resident rocket scientist and is the Challenge Co-ordinator of Australian Skeptics Inc. He lectures at WEA in a series called Physics and the Big Questions.
On the first Thursday of each month, Australian Skeptics and friends get together for Skeptics in the Pub.
People generally start arriving at around 6pm after work. The talk begins at 7pm and lasts for about 30 minutes. The night finishes when the last person leaves.
Enjoy a meal and a drink accompanied by lively discussion, free spoon bending lessons and the company of other sceptics, as we cover a variety of interesting topics.
There is no need to belong to Australian Skeptics - all are welcome. Bring friends too.
Parking is available nearby at:
The Queen Victoria Building, 111 York Street
The 383 Kent Street Car Park, 383 Kent Street
The 321 Kent Street Car Park, 86 Sussex Street (entry in Sussex Street)
Please take a moment to read our Code of Conduct (https://www.skeptics.com.au/about/code-of-conduct-at-events/)