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NASA computer specialist to give two lectures

A former computer specialist with NASA’s jet propulsion laboratory will give two lectures in Kelowna on Monday, Oct. 29.

David Coppedge (http://crev.info) will speak on the topic of evidence for a young solar system at the UBC Okanagan campus at 11:30 a.m., in room 206 of the arts building. He will return to the lectern that evening, 7 p.m. in the Fipke building, room 204, for another talk about the art and science of “baloney detecting.”

Both events are free admission, sponsored by the UBCO Creation Club and Creation Kelowna.

For more information see creation.ubco@gmail.com

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