The Eastern Arizona College Discovery Park Campus is pleased to present “Quantum Mechanics: Einstein and Heisenberg: Creating Uncertainty” which is a six-part lecture series on the incredible world of Quantum Mechanics. The event will take place Saturday, Nov. 17, from 7 – 8 p.m. in the Jupiter Room.
Local historian and Graham County Historical Society research volunteer Harold “Hal” Herbert will discuss how Albert Einstein and Werner Heisenberg developed their first views into the subatomic world.
Join us for this interesting evening of facts and thoughts of our deeply complex world. After the lecture, don’t forget to visit the Graham County Historical Society’s artifacts display and the “History of Astronomy” in the Discovery Park Galleries, and take a ride on the Polaris Shuttle Simulator. The 20” Tinsley Telescope in the Gov Aker Observatory will also be open for viewing the night skies. Everything is free and just minutes from home.
For more information contact the Discovery Park Campus at (928) 428-6260.