By: Press Release
By: Press Release

(SHERMAN, Texas) May 29, 2013 —The Sherman Museum today announced that its DINO DAYS 2013 Lecture Series will conclude Friday, July 26, 2013, with a noon-time lecture by Professor David Baker. Professor Baker will speak on the subject, “Extreme Change: What Killed the Dinosaurs?”. The event will begin at noon and last until 1:00 p.m. The event is free to the public; however, admission to the museum’s DINO DAYS exhibition requires a fee.

David Baker, chair of the Austin College Department of Physics,
takes teaching to extremes—extreme places that is. The physicist
and his colleague Todd Ratcliff, planetary geophysicist at NASA’s
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, have written The 50 Most Extreme
Places in Our Solar System. “I love exploring extreme things on
Earth and other planets. From intense local thunderstorms to the
wildest reaches of our Solar System, I strive to remain objective to
the science and simultaneously allow myself to be awe-struck by
the phenomena. What can I say -- I find extreme stuff fun and
exciting to study!”

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