Past Shows, Talks, Events

Hiroshima-Nagasaki Rememberance, August 6th, 2011, 6pm, UH Maui College


Nuclear Radiation Truth Exposed: No Safe Dose In light of the recent Fukushima nuclear plant disaster, physics educator and science-literacy activist Lynda Williams exposes the truth about the dangers of the nuclear energy industry and what the public needs to know about American and global reactor safety. More info (pdf)

Nuclear Radiation Workshops: Demystifying the Science and Exposing the Lies

In remembrance of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the dozens of nuclear tests in the Pacific and in light of the recent Fukushima nuclear disaster and discovery of depleted uranium on O'ahu and Hawai'i island, learn to protect yourself from the effects of nuclear radiation and the lies perpetuated by the nuclear industry with the power of knowledge. Join physics educator and peace activist Lynda Williams in a friendly workshop covering basic atomic physics and the health effects of nuclear power and ionizing radiation. No prior scientific knowledge required. Free, accessible and welcome to all.

August 3rd: Honolulu Friends Meeting House, 6-9pm More info (pdf)

August 8th, Kea’au Community Center, Big Island, 6-9pm More info (pdf)

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Cosmic Cabaret: Planetarium Benefit Shows


Join The Physics Chanteuse in a live science multimedia-musical-theater show under the stars in the SRJC Planetarium. Blending science, song and personal narrative into a sassy exploration of life aboard Spaceship Earth, these benefit performances will feature Lynda's greatest science hits and tales of adventure on the international science stage. Four nights only.

Saturday Nights, April 9, 16, 23, 30 @ 8pm
$10 general/$5 Students (+$4 parking)
Tickets in advance at: Brown Paper Tickets

More Information Here.

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Starship Earth Shows

Starship Earth Shows are live multimedia-musical-theater one-woman-show starring Lynda Williams in which she blends science, song and personal narrative into a provocative exploration of past and future evolution of life aboard Starship Earth and beyond. Her smart and sassy critical analysis of the state of the Universe includes (but is not limited to) such diverse hot topics as climate change, astrobiology, space ecology, complexity theory, quantum entanglement, extraterrestrials, spirituality, philosophy, string theory, entropy, nuclear weapons, drugs, sex, love, violence and politics. Recommended for mature audiences due to adult language and content.

For booking information, contact Lynda at lwilliams (at) santarosa (dot) edu.

"Starship Earth: Future Evolution"

University of Arizona
Tuesday March 25, 2008
UA Show Info:http://scienceandreligion.arizona.edu/calendar.html

Starship Earth Planetarium Show

Lynda produced an original planetarium show on Astrobiology with support from the Templeton project at the University of Arizona, Astrobiology & The Sacred:

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Political Science Tour Summer 2009

June 27: Nuclear Berkeley?
featuring Helen Caldicott (more info) (poster)

July 4th: Independence from America at the US Base at Menwithhill, UK (more info) (poster)

July 6th: Headingley Café Scientifique, Leeds, UK (poster) (press info)

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The End of Life and The Universe

The Physics Chanteuse opens for Astronomer Chris Impey, from the University of Arizona, Tucson, who will speak about Cosmic Endings, Saturday, January 30th, 7pm, at the SRJC Petaluma Campus. Free More Info
Check out Chris teaching cosmology to Tibetan Monks

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Freaky Wave Featured in Concert

with the National Symphany Orchestra Ensemble Concert: Connections: MORE Science and Music, Jan 10, 2010, Washington, DC. More Info

Tbe performance will be broadcast Mar 4th from 11am to noon, eastern time, on select NPR stations nationwide. Locate stations here.

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