Next Up:   November 17th - This week’s Science and Philosophy Seminar is: “Concorde SST:  Faster Than the Sun.” Janet Rochester and Terry Malarkey will describe the Concorde SuperSonic Transport from start to finish, and share their personal relationships with the program. Malarkey and Rochester, both British, have retired to the Shore.


Oct. 13 - Terry Malarkey - A London Suburb and WW2

Oct. 20 - Tony Picardi - Can I Eat That?  Fungi of ESVA

Oct. 27 - John Brandt - Keeping It Clean: History of the VA Dept. Environmental Quality

Nov. 3 - Bill Stilwagen - Heartache: Enduring War's Legacy and Overcoming It

Nov. 10 - Mark Nuckols - Travels with Franz Ferdinand:  Or how WWI kicked off.

Nov. 17 - Janet Rochester & Terry Malarkey -  Concorde SST:  Faster Than the Sun

Nov. 24 - No Program

Dec. 1 - Roy Lock - Just Another Assassination in Africa

Dec. 8 - James McDaniel - Title Pending

Dec. 15 - Josh Hall - How We Almost Got Flying Cars in the 1930s


Jan 12 -  Gerald Boyd - History of Racist Ideas

Jan 19 - Jay Ford - Legal and Scientific Advances Regarding Poultry Farms

Jan. 26 - Tom Horton - 45 Years of Saving the Chesapeake Bay

March 9 - P.G. Ross - Eastern Shore Decoy Traditions

Apr 13 - Charlie Misuna - The Perils of Drug Diversion.

Note:        All SciPhi Seminars start at 12:30 pm on Fridays and run until 2:00 pm, unless otherwise noted.

Seminars are occasionally rescheduled or postponed on short notice. Prospective attendees are encouraged to check this web site shortly before a scheduled seminar.