Big Picture Science: Doomsday live show

Big Picture Science: Doomsday live show

Big Picture Science: Doomsday live show

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Oct. 11 2012 9:00 AM

Big Picture Science: Doomsday live show

My friends at SETI's Big Picture Science podcast - what used to be called the Are We Alone radio show - want to put together a live show for the October 27 Bay Area Science Festival, a huge public gathering of folks where they can learn about science. They plan on holding a lively panel of astronomers, climate scientists, and other experts about the facts behind doomsday theories (such as they are).

But they need help to raise the funds to do this. They need $4000, so they started a Kickstarter fund to help. They're almost there - as I write this they're only $600 away, with a couple of days left to go - though of course with more funds they can do more.

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Phil Plait writes Slate’s Bad Astronomy blog and is an astronomer, public speaker, science evangelizer, and author of Death From the Skies!  

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This is being done by my good friends SETI astronomer Seth Shostak and science journalist Molly Bentley, and I support them. In fact, I've done many a segment of the Big Picture Science podcast: Seth and I do a roughly once per month interview called Brains on Vacation (see Related Posts below). So I know this show does good work, and the live show will be really fun, entertaining, and of course educational. In a good way!

Go check out their Kickstarter and beam them some cash if you can. Thanks!



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