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SciFi Panel Discussion 11-08-02 Washington, DC

From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul>
Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2002 12:17:26 -0500
Archived: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 10:27:53 -0400
Subject: SciFi Panel Discussion 11-08-02 Washington, DC

I'm not sure if this was posted previously, but thought some
might find it of interest.

A Free UFO Symposium at George Washington University

Interstellar Travel and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

At this unique symposium eminent scientists and aviation experts
will explore the potential for interstellar travel and the
evidence of unidentified aerial phenomena, sometimes referred to
as UFOs.  Hosted by The George Washington University and
sponsored by SCI FI Channel, this symposium will provide
attendees with a scientific understanding of how interstellar
travel might be possible and highlight the need for a thorough
scientific investigation of unidentified aerial phenomena.

Moderator -
Ray Suarez, Senior Correspondent, The News Hour with Jim Lehrer

Participants -
Dr. Michio Kaku, professor of theoretical physics at the City
College at the City University of New York,

Dr. Richard Henry, professor of astrophysics at Johns Hopkins

Dr. Peter Sturrock, emeritus professor of applied physics at

Dr. Jacques Vallee, astrophysicist and computer scientist,

Dr. Bernard Haisch, Director for the California Institute for
Physics and Astrophysics,

Ted Roe, Executive Director of the National Aviation Reporting
Center for Anomalous Phenomena,

John Callahan, former Division Chief of Accidents and
Investigations for the FAA

When and Where -
The George Washington University's Marvin Center -- Continental
Ballroom. 800 21st Street. November 8, 2002, from 9:00 AM to
1:00 PM Call Cynthia Determan at (202) 879-9309.

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