Wed., Sept. 26, 6:30-7:30 p.m. 2012
Free admission. This is not a ticketed event. Seats are limited and are available on a first-come first-serve basis.
A voice of reason when the atoms are spinning out of control — Michio Kaku, Ph.D., explains how things work and spells
out how our choices affect us at the molecular level as we move
forward on this dirtball. He’s not just a genius. He’s not just one of the most
widely recognized scientists in the world who’s attempting to complete
Einstein’s unified field theory. He's a wise friend who makes it all make sense, making music of physics gobbledygook.
New York Times
bestselling author visit to give a free, public lecture
at the MOSI auditorium (recently relocated from IMAX Dome). A book signing will follow the event. The lecture is part of
the Frontier Forum lecture series, which is presented by the USF Phi
Beta Kappa Alumni Faculty and sponsored by the University of South
Florida Office of the Provost, USF College of Arts and Sciences and
Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn. Kaku will discuss his latest book, Physics of the Future
. You can enter to win a copy of the book at the USF College of Arts and Sciences Facebook page
. —Julie Garisto