New York Space Society

Chapter of The National Space Society Presents

 

 

 

A Journey Inward

with Steven Wolfe

 

 

Saturday, December 11, 2004, 1:30 to 4:00 PM

 

New York University, 32 Waverly Place, NYC, Room # 804

 

 

Steven Wolfe returns to NSS NY to follow-up his provocative May lecture, "Space Settlement: The Journey Inward." In this program Wolfe will facilitate an open dialogue that will explore the inner source of the human desire for space.

 

Through this guided communication, attendees will seek to understand the subtle regions from which the passion for space exploration and settlement arises. Wolfe contends that the more space advocates sincerely engaged in this kind of inquiry, the more they will be able to tap into a creative energy that can guide their actions, as well as give them the strength of resolve to pursue and ultimately achieve their goals in space. This will be a relaxed lively discussion where no one will be required to speak up unless they choose to do so. This will be an exceptional discussion that will attempt to get to the root of the big "why space?" question we all contemplate from time to time. To prepare for this session, read this article by Steven Wolfe that appeared in the Ad Astra earlier this year: http://www.arc-space.org/Ad%20Astra%20Article.htm

 

Refreshments served compliments of NSSNYC from 1:30 to 2:00 PM, Lecture begins at 2:00 PM

 

 ** Please bring a photo ID with you to show to the Guard at the door**

 

For more information go to http://www.nsschapters.org/ny/nyc or call Candace Pankanin, NSSNYC President at 201-638-9342