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Description : "Weird science guy" Bill Beaty hosts a monthly geek gathering in Seattle devoted to various quirky science topics, usually having to do with alternative energy and Nikola Tesla. A weekly meeting is held each wednesday night.

Not from Seattle? : Consider commencing something like this where you live.

Websites

http://amasci.com/freenrg/seameet.html - Bill Beaty's site

http://www.seattlechatclub.org/museum.html - Seatle Chat Club Museum of the Mysteries

Location: Museum of the Mysteries

Museum of the Mysteries 623 Broadway Ave. East, Seattle

Directions : Capitol Hill next to the Deluxe Bar and Grill, Aoki Sushi Restaurant and around the corner from Harvard Exit Theater

Cost

$3.00 to $5.00 donation suggested.

Weekly

NOTE: every Wednesday, 7:30PM till 10PM, there's a mini-meeting of Weird Science types at the Capitol Hill UFO museum (Museum of the Mysteries 623 Broadway Ave. East).

Monthly

First Friday of each month at Museum of the Mysteries. 7-midnight, for all ages. Public welcome. Bring a wierd food potluck if you would like.

Jan. 29, 2005, 7-9 pm

http://www.seattlechatclub.org/Tesla.jpeg

Mysteries of Nikola Tesla - "Weird science guy" Bill Beaty hosts a geek gathering in Seattle devoted to the pioneering electrical engineer who developed the famous "Tesla coil." See notice in Seattle Weekly.

Contact

William J. Beaty

206-789-0775

Seattle, Washington, USA

Seattle Museum of the Mysteries

206-328-6499

623 Broadway Ave. E.

Seattle, WA 98102

See also

Current events - main index of events

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