Sunday, June 19, 2011

Energy (and Other) Events - June 19, 2011

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My notes from the FuturICT presentation at


Climate Change Adaptation Workshop

Consensus Building Institute
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions
The Trustees of Reservations' Putnam Conservation Institute present

Local Communities Adapting to Climate Change: Managing Risk in Decision Making
Monday, June 20, 2011
Leominster, MA

This one-day course will introduce municipal and community leaders, and planning professionals to the tools they need to better assess and manage the risks associated with climate change. Our approach helps community leaders to consider how they can alter everyday decision making to better prepare for the risks that may lie ahead. This course is tailored specifically for the needs of suburban and rural communities. The key concepts introduced will be "scenario planning" and collaborative approaches to decision-making.


Patrick Field
is Managing Director of North American Programs at the Consensus Building Institute and Associate Director of the MIT-Harvard Public Disputes Program. Patrick has helped thousands of stakeholders reach agreement on natural resource, land use, water, and air issues across the United States and Canada.

Steve Aldrich
is the founder and President of Bio Economic Research Associates LLC, an independent research and consulting firm specializing in complex issue analysis at the intersection of our emerging knowledge of biology and the economy. Steve studied evolutionary biology and has more than 25 years of experience working in various industries, including energy planning.

Workshop Fee: $45*

For More Information or to Register:
Pre-register online
Or contact
Miriam Scagnetti
978.840.4446 x1935

* Members of The Trustees of Reservations or the MA Association of Conservation Commissions may register for this workshop for $30 - New members welcome!


Monday, June 20, 2011
MIT Webinar -- Designing Systems for People
Speaker: Todd Reily, Human Factors Engineer, MITRE, and SDM Fellow
Time: 12:00p–1:00p
Location: Virtual -- see link below
Designing Systems for People
MIT SDM Systems Thinking Webinar Series
Todd Reily, Lead Human Factors Engineer, The MITRE Corporation

About the Presentation
Today's consumer technology market has evolved in complexity and interconnectedness at an ever-increasing rate. As these products and services become increasingly intertwined, the opportunity for overwhelming the people that use them has heightened tremendously. As a result of this situation, the importance of "user experience" design has risen in the eyes of most organizations. However, many of these same organizations continue to produce poorly designed products or complicated service experiences because they fail to understand that great experience design does not come from an isolated design stage, but from a fully integrated design and engineering process that elevates user experience. The difference is subtle but significant. The difference is systems thinking. This webinar presents a systems-based, design-centric framework for producing great product or service experiences. It will demonstrate the importance of this type of approach for understanding markets, developing concepts, providing vision, managing uncertainty, crafting requirements, creating prototypes, and testing new markets.

Web site:
Open to: the general public
Cost: Free
Sponsor(s): Engineering Systems Division, MIT System Design and Management Program
For more information, contact:
Lois Slavin


Taking Risks: The Journey from Blackjack to Big Blue - a talk with Yuchun Lee
Monday, June 20, 2011 from 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM (ET)

IBM Center for Social Software
1 Rogers Street
Cambridge, MA 02142;utm_source=eb_email&utm_media=email&utm_compaign=invitenew&utm_term=readmore


Boston Society of Architects/AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE)
Sustainability Education Committee
Webinar screening: Climate adaptation and the built environment

June 21, NOON
The Architects Building
52 Broad Street, Boston

COTE AND THE SUSTAINABILITY EDUCATION COMMITTEE , with the Massachusetts chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), co-host a webinar screening on climate adaptation and the built environment on June 21 at noon at The Architects Building. The webinar, developed by the USGBC research department and expert panelists, addresses the application of practical green building and urban design strategies to prepare for changing climate conditions.

Meetings are free and open to all. Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP to by June 20 with “Webinar 6/21” in the subject line.

Continuing-education credit is offered at many BSA programs.
Visit for details.


Bots, Mobs, Geeks: The new separation of powers / Top Secret, XXX, Private, All Rights ReservedGlenn Otis Brown
Tuesday, June 21, 12:30 pm
Berkman Center, 23 Everett Street, second floor
RSVP required for those attending in person to Amar Ashar (
This event will be webcast ( live at 12:30 pm ET and archived on our site shortly after.

1) Bots, Mobs, Geeks: The new separation of powers

Are we be ruled by robots? The mob? Technocrats? Yes, yes, and yes. The question is not if, but how -- and how we should prevent any one of the three from taking over.

2) Top Secret, XXX, Private, All Rights Reserved

Confidentiality, content regulation, privacy, and copyright are all asking the same question: Who should have access to what kind of expression, and when? Why, then, do we continue talk about them as separate subjects? And what would happen if we approached them as part of a single, unified set of rules? Should organizations like Creative Commons move into offering "privacy licenses"? What can the music industry teach governments about Wikileaks? What can the CIA learn from YouTube?

About Glenn
Glenn is Director of Business Development for Twitter in New York. Before that, he was Head of Music Partnerships at YouTube. Glenn has worked as a products counsel at Google, where he worked on YouTube, Google Image Search, Blogger, Google Talk, the Google WiFi initiative, and Google Sitemaps, among many other projects. He was Executive Director of Creative Commons from summer 2002 through spring 2005 and currently serves on the Creative Commons Board of Directors. In 2003-2004, Glenn was a lecturer at Stanford Law School, where he co-taught a class on copyright licensing with Lawrence Lessig. He clerked for the Honorable Stanley Marcus on the Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, in Miami, where he worked on the Wind Done Gone copyright appeal and Bush v. Gore, among other cases. Glenn has also worked stints at The Economist’s Washington D.C. bureau, reporting on general U.S. news during the 2000 elections, and at “Digital Age,” a New York public TV show hosted by Andrew Shapiro, where he was assistant producer for a season. Glenn graduated from the University of Texas at Austin (B.A.) and Harvard Law School (JD). Glenn was a member of the Harvard Law Review and worked at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, where he organized the first Signal or Noise conference and concert in cooperation with the Electronic Frontier Foundation.


Panel Discussion

swissnex Boston
420 Broadway

June 21, 2011
6 - 9 pm

If you would like to attend this event, we kindly ask you to
RSVP here.
Please feel free to forward this invitation to friends and colleagues who are interested in this topic.

One of the major challenges of the 21st century will be to create an economy that can at the same time provide livelihoods for an increasing number of people and not degrade natural resources or spur climate change. This is also one of the major challenges that the Biovision Foundation encounters in its pilot projects in East Africa and its political work within the Rio+20 process.

A “Green Economy” in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication is one of the main themes of the upcoming 2012 UNCSD Earth summit in Rio de Janeiro. Within the preparatory process the question what green economy actually is and what it should look like is a heatedly debated issue. UNEP’s roadmap to Rio + 20, the Green Economy Report (published February 2011) sees the challenge of agriculture in feeding the world’s growing population without damaging ecosystems and human health and without undermining the sector’s natural resource base. Drawing upon UNEP’s Green Economy Report, experts will debate on what sustainable agriculture could look like and how it could fit within the new Green Economy framework.

Speakers and panelists:
Hans Herren, President Millenium Institute and Biovision Foundation, Author of the Agriculture chapter of the UNEP's Green Economy Report
Katherine Di Matteo, President of the Board of IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements)
Eric Chivian, Founder and Director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School.

Samuel Fromartz, Journalist, Washington D.C.

• Date: 6/23/2011
• Location: Microsoft New England R&D Center, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142
• Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
• Audience: general public
• Description: This event hosted by the MFC (Micro Finance Club) of Boston will focus on the influence technology has recently had on micro finance organizations including Grameen, KIVA, WOKAI, and ACCION. Technology has played an important role in shaping micro finance in developing countries in a variety of ways. Technology has allowed farmers in rural areas better access to information about agriculture and through technology pregnant women have been able to receive medical updates without leaving their villages. This informative presentation will aim to bring together people in the community to discuss the future of technology and ways in which individuals can help locally, whether that be donating old cellphones or volunteering their time.


Boston Startup Event: Social Entrepreneurs Doing Good Business

Tuesday, June 21, 2011
6:00 PM
711 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02111

Check out these inspiring startups and how they make a profitable business by creating a positive environment through the web. Meet CEOs and successful entrepreneurs.


Date: 6/21/2011
Location: Microsoft New England R&D Center, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Description: The cloud computing space (IAAS, PAAS and SAAS) has been growing at a frenetic pace over the course of the last few years. It has been estimated that Amazon's IAAS cloud will generate anywhere from $500-700M in 2011 and will eventually outgrow their retail business.

Large companies and small startups are using the cloud to address the challenges facing IT and realize significant benefits of cloud computing. Our panelists will describe a multi-year vision for the cloud, provide insights into relevant standards and trends in the space.

Join us to network and learn more about the future of cloud computing from a group of visionary panelists in the cloud computing space. The event will also include a panel moderated by Simeon Simeonov, CEO Fast Ignite and Executive in Residence at General Catalyst.



GreenPort Forum

Film and Discussion: The Economics of Happiness
Tuesday, June 21 at 7:00pm
Cambridgeport Baptist Church, 459 Putnam Ave

A powerful new film by Helena Norberg-Hodge, Steven Gorelick & John Page

'Going local' is a powerful strategy to help repair our fractured world – our ecosystems, our societies and our selves. Far from the old institutions of power, people are starting to forge a very different future. The thinkers and activists interviewed for the film come from every continent, and represent the interests of the great majority of people on the planet today. Their message is unambiguous: in order to respect and revitalize diversity, both cultural and biological, we need to localize economic activity.

Featuring voices from six continents, including: Vandana Shiva, Bill McKibben, David Korten, Michael Shuman, Juliet Schor, Richard Heinberg, Rob Hopkins, Andrew Simms, Zac Goldsmith, Samdhong Rinpoche


Tuesday, June 21 at 7pm
Cambridgeport Baptist Church
459 Putnam Av, Cambridge
(corner of Magazine St. and Putnam Ave)

GreenPort envisions and encourages a just and sustainable Cambridgeport neighborhood

For more information, contact Steve Wineman at


Food Literacy Project Film Series: Kings of Pastry
WHEN Fri., June 24, 2011, 12 – 1 p.m.
WHERE Dana Palmer House, Room 102, 16 Quincy Street
NOTE Bring your lunch. Drinks and snacks provided.



This presentation is part of the ongoing series Let's Talk About Food.
Saturday, June 25, 2011
10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Let's Talk About Food Festival Website:

Experience an outdoor celebration of food, health, cooking, and science. Demonstrations, tastings, Q&A with experts, and a varied menu of activities spark conversations about some of the hottest topics in the world of food.

Highlights include:
> Main Stage and Sub-Zero and Wolf Demo KitchenJoin Boston's top chefs and food experts for presentations and cooking demonstrations.
> The Endless Table Break bread, discuss our food system, and find out how what we eat affects our bodies, our planet, our economy, and our future.
Food Truck Food Court Grab a gourmet bite! A pop-up food court offers a selection of cuisines.
Activity Booths and Exhibitor Tents Participate in hands-on activities and explore new products and tastes.

The event takes place at the Cambridge Parkway (on the Cambridge-side banks of the Charles River behind the Royal Sonesta and adjacent to the Museum of Science.) Rain date is Sunday, June 26.
Fee: Free

Supporting partners include Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, the City of Boston, the City of Cambridge, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, and Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston.


Saturday, Jun 25th
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Solar Cooker Picnic
at The Somerville Growing Center, 22 Vinal Avenue, Somerville, MA, just outside of Union Square

Learn about clean energy options for solar for home, school, or business; share information on your solar projects. Demonstrations of renewable solar technology, including The Growing Center’s PVC system, sculpture, solar cookers demonstrate sumptuous dishes. Sponsored by Boston Area Solar Energy Association and Somerville Climate Action.

Contact: Henry (617) 354-6952 or Maureen at lucyneptune at hotmail dot com or


*Recess for Justice - Saturday, June 25 - 11am-1pm*
Southwest Corridor across from Stony Brook T station in JP
Bring your favorite outdoor game or check out the assortment of fun we'll have on hand: Frisbees, kickball & chalk (for 4-square!), jump rope, basketball, softball (bring a glove) and whatever other randomness we can think of. If it's hot we can run through the fountain sprinkler to cool off. Around 1pm, we'll likely get out of the heat by going to Ula Cafe for lunch. So look no further if you want to cross-promote your events and campaigns while perfecting your Frisbee forehand, you're seeking like-minded progressives to hang out with in Boston, or are new to the area and looking for groups to get involved in.
*RSVP:* *Newcomers always welcomed!*


Home Energy Efficiency Team (HEET)
June 25 Barnraising

1000 watt light bulbs!?!
Join us Saturday, June 25th from 12:30 to 5 pm at St. Bartholomew's Church, 239 Harvard St.

There will be lots of great skills to learn including caulking, replacing bulbs, lowering water bills with faucet aerators and toilet banks, correctly program a thermostat and more.

It is also a great opportunity to see something you may never have witnessed before: 1,000 watt light bulbs. That's not a decimal error, these bulbs use 1,000 watts.

Find out how adding insulation helped this church reduce its heating bill by $8,000 per year.

RSVP by signing up here:



JUNE 25, 1-8PM
(And discuss non-violent action plans 3-5:30pm)

Sponsored by: Wendell Conservation Commission
Co-sponsors: Clamshell Legacy and Antinuclear Mobilization (
Citizens Awareness Network (, Safe & Green (
Green Mtn. Post Films (; W. MA AFSC (;

Traprock Center for Peace and Justice (; Solar Rollers

More information, contact


Fundraiser for Water for Niger, Africa
When: Sunday, June 25 from 8 pm to 11 pm
Where: 239 Arlington Street, Acton MA 01720
What: African drummers will perform and afterwards a dance party.
Why: To raise funds to help build wells for villages that have been put at risk by the many droughts in the region.
Donation: We are asking people to make reservations with a $25 donation.

Make checks payable to Bokai Inc, 239 Arlington Street, Acton. MA 01720

Bokai Inc: Established by a former Peace Corps volnteer with a direct relationship with town officials in Guidan Roumji. It is a 501 C-3 charitable organization. The towns of Action and Guidan Roumji have become Sister Cities. High School students have exchanged letters. Money has been sent for business micro-loans, farming and tree planting. All money will go towards the well building project.

For more details, contact Michael Klinger #978 263-7925,




Patterns of Energy Demand are Shifting: What will Happen to the World's Energy System?
June 28, 2011 - 4:30am
Contact Name: Tom Blackwood
Virtual - use your own computer to connect!
The economic and political circumstances surrounding energy use are in flux. What implications does this have for the world's energy system?

In the first event of its kind, on June 28th 2011 at 09.30 BST (GMT+1) the world can join us to debate the future of energy in a live online discussion.

15 Energy experts will meet simultaneously in London, Shanghai and Singapore in a virtual roundtable using the latest telepresence technology. They will be joined in discussion by global experts, academics, corporates, media - anyone with an interest in the future of energy. We hope you can join the conversation...

View the event through a live video feed
Help shape the debate by asking questions directly to the panel or to the entire online audience
Join in an online conversation through an integrated social media feed that links to your facebook and twitter accounts (or you can create your own account)
Filter the feeds to only see views from certain groups of experts, or audience group
Express your opinion through 'on the fly' polls.
Interested? Join the Global Energy Conversation as our guest. Visit the Global Energy Conversationsite to learn more.

To follow news from The Global Energy Conversation on Twitter, find us at or join the conversation at!/search/global_energy.


We cordially invite you and your family to our annual Strawberry Fete!

A fundraiser to benefit Boston Area Gleaners at historic Gore Place in Waltham, MA

Thursday, June 30, 201, 6-9 pm Rain or Shine

Where: Gore Place, Carriage House

52 Gore Street

Waltham, MA 02453

Please join us for a relaxed summer evening of faun at the Gore Place Carriage House for Local Treats

Local Strawberries

Shortcake and Refreshments

Cheese Tasting

Shelburne Farms (VT) Cheddat

And short film "Sun to Cheese"

with the producer, Catie Camp

Historic Gore Garden Tour

with Estate Manager Scott Clarke

Live music

Old Time Country with the Whitford Franzosa Trio

Art Show

Sculpture and Paintings by local artist Dave Tree

Open Space

Enjoy the evening, throw a frisbee, wall the grounds

Please register at

Please consider making a donation at even if you are unable to attend.
Tickets are $25 per adult, $10 students, under 13 free

This fundraiser will effectively kick-off the 2011 gleaning season and your contribution will help us get the extras to those who need it most.

You may reply directly to this e-mail for questions, and additional contact info is below.
Laurie "Duck" Caldwell
Oakes Plimpton
Boston Area Gleaners

Editorial Comment: Oakes Plimpton has been a developing local agriculture systems for over thirty years. Boston Area Gleaners is only one recent project among many.


Every year, the International Co-operative Alliance, based in Geneva, and the United Nations co-sponsor the International Day for Co-operatives on the first Saturday in July, which is July 2nd in 2011.

This year, Harvest Cooperatives has agreed to sponsor a Co-op Faire, featuring Boston-area cooperatives and their supporters. We will come together in the parking lot adjacent to Harvest from 10 AM to 2 PM and set up tables / canopies / booths with banners and signs, to pass out flyers to the public, talk with interested potential members, share an afternoon with coop-minded people, and celebrate the joy of building the co-op movement. Add a bit of food for the gatherers to share, maybe some acoustical music, possibly a skit or other performance and a demonstration project or two and we will have a marvelous time supporting co-ops and connecting with co-ops around the world.

History shows that the periods of greatest co-op growth are when the economy is coming out of a recession. As people get back on their feet, they work to organize different ways of building economic organizations that will not replicate the previous business disasters. That time is now. As we come out of the "Great Recession", we are already seeing a boom in co-op organizing and now is the time to point the way to a better future -- co-operatively.

If your co-op or supporting organization would be interested in reserving a table space for the Faire, please contact Wayne Clark at or 603-512-8015 (cell) or 617-467-4113 (home). You can complete the registration form and prepare to participate.

Hopefully, the 2011 International Day for Co-operatives, Mass Bay Co-op Faire will begin an annual event where co-ops in our area can promote the benefits of co-operatives and develop our organizations and their members.

Come share the wisdom in the nearly 200 years of the co-op movement.

I hope to see you there, R. Wayne Archer-Clark (




Free Solar Panels for Houses of Worship

From a recent Mass Interfaith Power & Light ( email
"We've recently been talking with DCS Energy ( who has an unbeatable offer: if your site qualifies, they design and install the panels at no cost, don't charge you for any electricity, and donate the system to your house of worship after five years. Your only costs will be for a building permit, possibly a structural engineer to verify that your roof can support their weight, and any preparatory work such as roof work or tree removal. If solar panels are so expensive how can anyone give them away for free? First, there is a federal grant program that is only available until November that pays for 30% of the cost of the system. Then there is an accelerated depreciation option that gives certain kinds of investors another tax advantage. Finally, the state awards a special allowance called a "Solar Renewal Energy Credit" (SRECs) to owners of solar electricity systems which are sold at auctions to utilities who buy them to meet their requirements under the Massachusetts' renewable portfolio standard. DCS is betting that the price of these SRECs will remain high. Jim Nail, president of MA IP&L, has talked to DCS Energy and is currently having them prepare a proposal for his church, St. Dunstan's Episcopal in Dover. Jim says, "The references I've talked to have been quite positive about the program and the company has been very responsive. "If you think your site might qualify, contact Peter Carli,, with the address of your house of worship and your contact information. He'll take a preliminary look at your site and advise you if it meets their criteria."


From John Bolduc, Environmental Planner, Community Development Department, Cambridge, MA:

"Finally, I wanted to let folks on the list know, if you are interested, that I will be going, on a personal basis, on a study tour of cities in Germany and Holland taking a look at climate change adaptation and mitigation initiatives. The tour is organized by ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability. We will visit Freiburg, Dresden, Bonn, and Rotterdam. We will also participate in the ICLEI Climate Resilient Cities Conference in Bonn. I am leaving today for 2 weeks and I plan to blog along the way as a way to share information. If you are interested, please visit the Energy 2.0 blog hosted by the Cambridge Energy Alliance. You can visit the site at You can also subscribe to the blog to be informed of updates. I plan to post 4 or 5 times with photos. So join me for the trip."


The Medford Farmers Market is looking for organizations, individuals, chefs, nutritionists, educators, musicians, physical activity specialists, gardeners, and other fun people who would like to do educational activities on market days.

We are looking for activities that are interactive and enjoyed by all ages. Demos, how-tos and games are encouraged. Should be somehow related to sustainable living, health, nutrition, farming, gardening, physical activity, sustainability, learning and development, music, art, creativity. Most importantly it should be entertaining for people at the market.

We are looking to fill 1, 2, 3 or 4 hour time slots. The Medford Farmers Market is a great place for you to gain experience and exposure - there are over 20 vendors signed up for the season including local wine, meat, vegetables, honey, bread, art.....Your activity/demo/gig will be well publicized via social media, as well as local newspapers and newsletters sent to hundreds of people.

The market goes from June 16- Oct 13 at the Whole Foods Market Parking Lot, 2151 Mystic Valley Parkway (Rt 16), Medford, MA 02155. Plenty of parking and restrooms are available.

Please contact me if you are interested. Please feel free to forward this e-mail to people who you think may be interested. Thanks so much, have a great weekend!

For more info, please see the following:
twitter: MedfordFarmMkt
Address: Whole Foods Market Parking Lot, 2151 Mystic Valley Parkway (Rt 16)

Editorial Comment: I have taken some of my solar displays to farmers' markets from time to time and have advocated doing so as a way to change US energy attitudes, policies, and realities as the people who go to farmers' markets are a core constituency for renewable energy. More at




Massachusetts Attitudes About Climate Change – An opinion survey of Massachusetts residents conducted by MassINC and sponsored by the Barr Foundation found that 77% of respondents believe that global warming has “probably been happening” and 59% of all respondents see see it as being at least partially caused by human pollution. Only 42% of the state’s residents say global warming will have very serious consequences for Massachusetts if left unaddressed. The 18 to 29 age group is more likely to believe global warming is appearing and caused by humans compared to the 60+ age group. African-American (56%) and Latino residents (69%) are more likely than white residents (40%) to believe global warming will be a very serious problem if left unaddressed. The MassINC report, titled The 80 Percent Challenge: What Massachusetts must do to meet targets and make headway on climate change (, contains many other findings. MassINC will hold a forum about the report on May 19, 5:00 to 6:30 pm at the City Year Headquarters, 287 Columbus Avenue, Boston. To register, click here. [MetroWest Daily News, 4/14/11]


The presentations from the recent Affordable Comfort National Home Performance Conference are available online at

Lots of good information from what some call the best energy conference in the USA on Deep Energy Retrofits to Community Energy Challenges with details on insulation, heat flow, energy metering, ducting, hot water, and many, many other topics. If you are a practical energy wonk, this should make your eyes light up.


Free Monthly Energy Analysis

CarbonSalon is a free service that every month can automatically track your energy use and compare it to your past energy use (while controlling for how cold the weather is). You get a short friendly email that lets you know how you’re doing in your work to save energy.


Boston Food System

"The Boston Food System [listserv] provides a forum to post announcements of events, employment opportunities, internships, programs, lectures, and other activities as well as related articles or other publications of a non-commercial nature covering the area's food system - food, nutrition, farming, education, etc. - that take place or focus on or around Greater Boston (broadly delineated)."

The Boston area is one of the most active nationwide in terms of food system activities - projects, services, and events connected to food, farming, nutrition - and often connected to education, public health, environment, arts, social services and other arenas. Hundreds of organizations and enterprises cover our area, but what is going on week-to-week is not always well publicized.

Hence, the new Boston Food System listserv, as the place to let everyone know about these activities. Specifically:
Use of the BFS list will begin soon, once we get a decent base of subscribers. Clarification of what is appropriate to announce and other posting guidelines will be provided as well.

It's easy to subscribe right now at


Artisan Asylum

Sprout & Co: Community Driven Investigations

Greater Boston Solidarity Economy Mapping Project
a project by Wellesley College students that invites participation, contact


Links to events at 60 colleges and universities at Hubevents

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Fred Hapgood's Selected Lectures on Science and Engineering in the
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