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GeekSpeak – Will the future be a Utopia or a Dystopia? Join the discussion Saturday, Dec 18th @ 12pm SLT

 2021 is almost over and good riddance!  2 more weeks and we can breathe again!Or can we?  What will 2022 bring?  Perhaps it will be a key year in the human journey.  It may be the beginning of the end, with…

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2021 is almost over and good riddance!  2 more weeks and we can breathe again!

Or can we?  What will 2022 bring?  Perhaps it will be a key year in the human journey.  It may be the beginning of the end, with climate disasters, more pandemics, the end of democracy.  Or it may be the start of the next phase of humanity, with friendly AI, nanotech, gene editing, and new sources of energy.

Join us at noon SLT on Saturday and tell us where you think we are going and what has been changed by the-year-that-will-never-be-mentioned-again.  Bring your friends and a helmet!

IM Vulcan Viper, who teaches a meditation class every Wednesday in the GeekSpeak auditorium, if you have ideas for new subjects.

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Announcement: This Saturday at The Science Circle – "Cirque du Mystere"

 “Cirque du Mystere”Saturday December 2510 AM to 11 AMOn Saturday, December 25 at 10 AM & 9 PM PST, we’ll treat you to a compelling murder mystery, facilitated by MadPea (link).To participate you need a HUD of 500 L$, which you will receive fr…

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"Cirque du Mystere"

Saturday December 25

10 AM to 11 AM

On Saturday, December 25 at 10 AM & 9 PM PST, we’ll treat you to a compelling murder mystery, facilitated by MadPea (link).

To participate you need a HUD of 500 L$, which you will receive from The Science Circle.

We enjoyed your presence in 2021 and with this Murder Mystery experience we hope to offer you a fun and challenging end to the year.

Organizer: Chantal Jager 

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"Cirque du Mystere"

Saturday December 25

9 PM to 10 PM

We’ll be treating you all to a compelling murder mystery facilitated by MadPea (link), so bring your magnifying glasses!

To participate you’ll need a 500L$ HUD, which you will receive from the Science Circle.

Thank you for a thrilling 2021, and a great start to the East calendar, we hope to see you again in the new year!

Organizer: Jes Stannard 

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Announcement: This Saturday at The Science Circle – "Fireside Chat Dating Dynamics," "SC Region Tour"

 “Fireside Chat Dating Dynamics”Saturday December 18, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM SL timeFollowing on from “Choking on Red Pills: A Biological Take on Modern Dating Dynamics,” Stephen Gasior holds a Fireside Chat.Hosted by Dr. Stephen Gasior (Xootfly…

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"Fireside Chat Dating Dynamics"

Saturday December 18, 

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM SL time

Following on from “Choking on Red Pills: A Biological Take on Modern Dating Dynamics,” Stephen Gasior holds a Fireside Chat.

Hosted by Dr. Stephen Gasior (Xootfly)

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"Science Circle Region Tour"

Saturday December 18, 

9:00 PM - 10:00 PM SL time


The Science Circle owns a region with more than fourteen beautiful locations. Today we visit them with you, answer your questions and listen to your ideas about regional development.

SC is an alliance of scientists and teachers, who in turn are given regional space to display their work. Some exhibitions are permanent, others are replaced by new acquisitions.

Recently Steven Van Hook, CEO of Educare, left his plot in the region to open a much needed “How to Educate in SL” region. We expect to have a tour in June 2022!

However, Steven’s departure offers his SC colleagues the chance to showcase their project.

During the regional tour we offer you the opportunity to share ideas or projects with us. So that our home base remains attractive, challenging and innovative.

By Jes Stannard & Chantal Jager

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GeekSpeak – Living in a Space Station! Join the discussion on December 11th at 12pm slt

 What is it really like to live in the International Space Station?  Do you envy the people who go there? You have to stay for about 6 months, living with people you don’t really know and maybe don’t like.  And there is no…

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What is it really like to live in the International Space Station?  Do you envy the people who go there? 

You have to stay for about 6 months, living with people you don’t really know and maybe don’t like.  And there is no escape! 

Sometimes you have to shelter from space debris or solar storms and you are separated from sudden death by a very thin wall.  Living without gravity can be dangerous and hygiene is difficult.  And not a chance in hell of getting a Big Mac.

Would you go if you could?  Or would you rather wait for a bigger and safer station, with decent bathrooms?

Join us at noon SLT on Saturday to discuss life at 500 km.  Bring a parachute!

IM Vulcan Viper, who teaches a meditation class every Wednesday in the GeekSpeak auditorium, if you have ideas for new subjects.

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