7-1-2004: 7-8 PM telecast on Channel 48
in Philadelphia, PA.
6-7-2004: Webcast of Lost
in Space: What is the future for NASA?
4-8-2004: The WFS will present Education in 2010 and Beyond at 7 to 9
at the Rittenhouse Square Barnes and Noble Bookstore located here in
10-16-2003: PHILADELPHIA AREA
SPACE ALLIANCE EVENT
Mitchell Gordon of
PASA, and Robin Pinnel of Joseph Henry Press,
announce a scheduled talk
on October 16th
by Robert Zimmerman, author
of Leaving Earth: Space Stations, Rival Superpowers, and theQuest
for Interplanetary travel.
The event takes place at Barnes & Noble,
18th and Walnut Street, in Center City, Philadelphia at 7 p.m.
Arthur C. Clarke says in his review: "So many hundreds of books
have been written about the space programme that one may reasonably
ask: do we need another? The answer in this case is definitely
yes." Members of the Phila. Area
Space Alliance, the World Future Society of Phila., and the Phila.
Science Fiction Society are encouraged to attend. The book (528 pages) will be available for
purchase ($27.95). A discussion on space travel in a downtown
bookstore is long overdue in our
region, so please tell your friends, and
make plans to welcome the author to our city. as
World Future Society Meeting on Wed., 11-20-2002, at 7 p.m.
****FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE****
The World Future Society
discusses The Future of Medicine on Wed., Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. at the
Phila. Ethical Society, 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square. Free. 215-625-0670. What
cures, body enhancements, and hi-tech diagnostics lie ahead? What are the
effects of integrative
medicine and the design of hospitals? We will discuss how medicine could or
should be in the future. Your
input is needed; please join us for an interesting discussion. Our guest
MD will be Ashwini Sharan, Dr. of Neurosurgery, Thomas Jefferson University.
Joining him will be Joyce Bedoian, MSN, RN, FNP, Clinical Asst. Professor of
College of Nursing & Health Professions. Writer and futurist Mitchell Gordon
Future Society of Philadelphia is the local chapter of an international
organization that studies
forecasts, trends, and ideas about the future. The organization is nonprofit,
nonpartisan, educational and scientific, and is headquartered in Bethesda , MD.
For further information,
contact www.wfs.org or Mitchell Gordon (email@example.com).
NSS Region 7 Governor nominee (Pat Bahn)
to attend PASA meeting (January 19, 2002; 1-3 p.m.) at Liberty One food