We will be meeting in room 090/070 in OSU's 18th Avenue Library.
Date: 11/06/13 - 6:30pm
Topic: Physics and "Doctor Who"
This presentation will explore a number of associations between the TV show "Doctor Who" and concepts in physics and astronomy. Questions dealing with the Tardis, Doctor Who's mode of transportation, and his sonic screwdriver, as well as other issues will be addressed as having a possible basis in physics and astronomy.
About our speaker:
Robert Donelson, Baker College and Oakland Community College
He is presently a part-time instructor at Baker College and Oakland Community College teaching Engineering Physics, College Physics and Astronomy. He is a retired high school physics teacher and worked previously at Wittenberg University. He holds a B.A with a physics major from Wittenberg University, a M.S in Physics from Purdue University, and an Ed. Sp degree from Michigan State University.
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