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Events:Seattle Weird Sciences Salon

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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 - Bill Beaty's site - 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


$3.00 to $5.00 donation suggested.


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).


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

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.


William J. Beaty


Seattle, Washington, USA

Seattle Museum of the Mysteries


623 Broadway Ave. E.

Seattle, WA 98102

See also

Current events - main index of events

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