Second Physics special event at SL8B on 1st July 2011


Second Physics, founded by Talete Flanagan, is an Italian italian non-profit group for the popularization of science in Second Life. On Friday 1st July they will hosting a special event at their exhibit in SL8B Magnificent starting at 1:30pm SLT. Sounds interesting and worth attending to check it out.

Since 2009 Second Physics has organized Scienza on the Road, in collaboration with Immersiva.2life, Italian group for the popularization of culture and art. Scienza on the Road brings science in the Italian lands, and also into the English-speaking ones starting from this year. Physicists, teachers and experts hold conversations on a number of scientific subjects, with the use of captivating interactive tools – sculptures, fractals, atomic models, optical illusions, and the active participation of the audience. Thanks to its touring structure, the project can reach a varied audience in the lands where they usually hang out and a greater number of people, in comparison to any other residential activity. A number of disciplines have been dealt with so far: Sub-nuclear physics, High Energy Physics, Mathematics, Acoustics, Optics, Astronomy, the History of Electricity, Neurology, Medicine, Age Setting of Cultural Goods, Emotional Economy, Science and scientific fiction, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Cyberscience, Computer Science, Music and Mathematics, Molecular Biology… to be continued…
The conversations are in Italian voice and English text chat.

The SL8B sims will be closed on 2nd July 2011 (11:59pm). Last week for exploring and snapshots of SL8B. Linden Lab will be releasing the SL8B statistics in the first week of July 2011. Yay!

If you know of any other special events at SL8B this week, feel free to contact me. 🙂

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