May 17, 7 pm - How Science Works: Science Takes a Twisted Path toward Provisional Understanding
May 17th, 2012, 7:00PM Auditorium
Jim Lindow Ph.D. and Roy Kindell will present an overview of the Scientific Method and report on past errors and how corrections came about.
The James Webb Telescope (Model)
An active discussion will follow detailing the many exciting new (and old) discoveries that have produced a remarkable understanding of the universe we live in. How did the “ Scientific Method” produce these results and who are the people that have worked with such great diligence?
James Lindow, Ph.D.
James is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University in physics. He has patents in fields including radiation detection, laser microcopy and fiber optics communications. As founder and CEO of several Silicon Valley, companies, he has extensive managerial and fund raising experience. He currently serves as Chairman of the Science Advisory Board and as a member of ScienceWorks Board.
Roy is a local public school educator and former board member of the National Center for Science Education. He is a graduate of the New York based Humanist Institute and has served in regional leadership positions with The World Future Society.
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