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Saturday, October 3 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Science Of Time Travel

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Physics suggests faster than light travel may be possible under limited circumstances. Could this be a gateway to time travel? If we get time travel, will nature somehow contrive to preserve causality? Panelists will discuss these and other “timely” issues.


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avatar for Gillian Clinton

Gillian Clinton

Information Specialist, Clinton Research
Gillian Clinton started out as an aerospace engineer and worked in the Canadian aviation industry until, while doing a History degree at night school “for fun”, she was laid off.  Thus began her adventures as an Information Researcher which included a Masters degree in Information Studies and the opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects for some very strange clients.  As an interdisciplinary engineer, information researcher... Read More →
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Jaymie Matthews

Jaymie Matthews is a UBC astrophysics professor who searches for planets beyond the Solar System and probes the hidden interiors of distant stars, using space telescopes as large as minivans and as small as car batteries. Jaymie is heavily involved in astronomy education and outreach, winning the 2016 Qilak Award for those efforts. (Qilak is the Inuit word for the sky overhead.) In a parallel universe, Jaymie would be a filmmaker, and he does a... Read More →


Saturday October 3, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Richmond D

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