The Science behind “Trevor the Time Traveler” (General audience talk). Faculty of Mathematics Public Lectures : University of Waterloo. March 9, 2015

Invited Talk

7:15 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Earth Sciences Museum EIT 1015 Is time travel possible? Are there other universes? Does life exist on other planets? What is Einstein’s Theory of Relativity? How do you count in base 7, and why would anyone do this? These are some of the serious questions which relate to the speaker’s science fiction book “Trevor the Time Traveler” about Trevor and his sister Farrah. We’ll also hand out free “Golden Thank Yous” - the official currency of the Milky Way galaxy - which is based on the Fibonacci sequence. Note: You do not need to have read “Trevor the Time Traveler” to enjoy this lecture. Copies of the book may be purchased at the event. The author will sign copies of the book. Target audience: Ages 8 - 18 and up

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  • March 9, 2015

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  • Faculty of Mathematics Public Lectures : University of Waterloo

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  • University of Waterloo