Spontaneous Emissions: Wed, Nov. 2, Sunnyvale

It’s the Bay Area Sci­ence Fes­ti­val!  Get your geek on!  From the lighter side of heli­um to the dark­er side of the moon, join sci­ence come­di­an Bri­an Mal­ow on a rock­et ride through the humor­verse.  Bri­an will dis­pel myths & mis­con­cep­tions about sci­ence, explore the sci­ence in sci­ence fic­tion films, and exer­cise your brain as well as your fun­ny bone.  Also, appear­ing:  spe­cial guest Norm Gold­blatt.

For all audi­ences!  Music is not just for musi­cians. Art is not just for artists. And sci­ence is not just for sci­en­tists.

8pm, Wednes­day, Novem­ber 2, 2011
Roost­er T. Feather’s Com­e­dy Club
157 W. El Camino Real
Sun­ny­vale, CA 94087

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 “It’s as much about expand­ing the mind as it is tick­ling the fun­ny bone.”
– The Wash­ing­ton Times

Bri­an Mal­ow is Earth’s Pre­mier Sci­ence Come­di­an (avail­able for off-world appear­ances if trans­porta­tion is pro­vid­ed). Based in San Fran­cis­co, Bri­an has appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Fer­gu­son,” and per­formed for NASA, JPL, NIST, OSA, ACS, and oth­er acronyms. He also makes sci­ence videos for Time Magazine’s web­site, and is a con­trib­u­tor to Neil de Grasse Tyson’s radio show.  Bri­an has been fea­tured in the Wash­ing­ton Post, New York Times, San Fran­cis­co Chron­i­cle, and San Jose Mer­cury News.

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