Did you know that there exists a massive nebula 58 quadrillion miles away filled with enough alcohol to serve the people of this Earth about 300,000 pints a day for one billion years? Neither did astronomers until 1995. In a realm expanding as much as our universe, it is a given that scientists will perpetually have their minds blown and hypotheses debunked, one theory at a time.
You may not be able to access this stellar cloud of drunken proportions, but you can head over to National Mechanics on April 24 of our solar calendar. Science on Tap Un-Tapped will begin at 6 p.m. for some Monday malarkey, the 2-hour long event will unmask the myths that science once wore as reality.
Bust the blunders with a bevy of buffs who will be speaking–Jeffrey Womack, the PhD with the history knowledge of all things tech and med; Jennifer Vess, Drexel’s museum collector and master inspector with an ancient, atypical archive to share; Sharrona Pearl, assistant professor at U Penn who will make you do an about-face about faces as a communicative medium.
Is the Earth really flat? Was there life on the moon? Did aliens crack the Liberty Bell? Guests will have a chance to hear and rate the most shocking, outlandish stories while enjoying a glass filled with ethyl alcohol, clouding reality as it is known. So many mysteries, and so little time! No reservation is required, and guests can learn about the wonders of the world free of charge.
Science on Tap Un-tapped: Scientific Malarkey
@ National Mechanics, 22 South 3rd Street
Monday, April 24; 6:00 p.m. to 8 p.m.
No Reservation Required, Free Entry