Segment 1: Peace Activist Arun Gandhi
Following in his famous grandfather’s footsteps, Arun Gandhi talks about ethical leadership and non-violence to anyone who will listen. An accomplished writer and activist in his own right, Gandhi returns to Salt Lake City this week to discuss how non-violence relates to a greater interfaith dialogue.
- Arun Gandhi
Arun Gandhi will speak Wednesday, Feb. 29 at noon at the Salt Lake Community College Taylorsville/Redwood Campus; and at 7 p.m. in the Main City Library Auditorium, 210 E. 400 S., Salt Lake City.
Segment 2: Physicist Brian Greene
The physicist Brian Greene not only understands the complexities and the math behind string theory and multiverses, but he translates those mysteries for the rest of us. Greene joins us to explain new ideas about space and time and why sharing science stories matters.
- Dr. Brian Greene
Greene’s lecture, “Why Science Matters,” is at Kingsbury Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. All tickets are $10 and are available by visiting www.nhmu.utah.edu/nature.
KCPW has a limited number of complimentary tickets to The Nature of Things Lecture by Dr. Brian Greene for KCPW listeners. For more information, call Susan at 801-359-5279, ext. 224.
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How does Dr. Greene feel about the idea of a plasma/electric universe? That electricity is a stronger force than gravity?
Will the lecture be available as a podcast? We had set up to record it as we had a conflict (but would have loved to come see Dr. Greene speak), and the recording didn’t start for some reason. 🙁