What we're about

We're just average folks who like to discuss topics that range from the cause of gravity to applications of modern physics -- in the best traditions of Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Linus Pauling. We wish to create a fellowship of physics enthusiasts who enjoy learning how to make successful predictions. You don't have to be an official physicist to join us.

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Monthly meetings are currently scheduled at 7:00 p.m. on Thursdays 6Feb2020, 26Mar2020, 23Apr2020, 28May2020, 25Jun2020, 23Jul2020, 6Aug2020, ??Sep2020, 1-Oct2020, ??Nov2020, and 3Dec2020 in the meeting room of the Howson branch of the Austin Public Library located at 2500 Exposition Blvd, Austin, Texas 78703. ( See https://library.austintexas.gov/rooms-calendar/aho (https://library.austintexas.gov/rooms-calendar/aho)) .) Discussions usually continue at a restaurant after the library closes.

Meetings at other times and locations, typically restaurants, may be scheduled according to interest. Suggestions are welcome.

Past events (141)

The Black Hole War: Does Information Disappear?

Howson branch, Austin Public Library

Comparison of Einstein's theories with Mercury's orbit

Howson branch, Austin Public Library

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