by Steve Paikin Thursday October 22, 2009

Our week at the Perimeter Institute comes to an end tonight, when we mount the last of our five programs as media sponsor at the Q2C, Quantum 2 Cosmos Festival, in Waterloo.

 

So far, we've considered life on Mars, being wired 24/7, unraveling the genome, the robotics revolution, and we finish up tonight with a debate on whether we are well-equipped to make the scientific decisions that will affect the future of humankind?

 

We'll have an all-star group of guests, another full house, online chat with The Fifth Column's Mike Miner hosting, as usual. Mike tells me the quality and quantity of participants has been off the charts this week. If you want to participate, log onto our home page (tvo.org/theagenda), visit the Inside Agenda blog, and away you go.

 

It's been a delightful week, meeting some of the sharpest minds in science, anywhere in the world.

 

Hope you can be with us tonight for the finale. We're on live at 8 pm, repeated at 11 pm.

 

 

 

 

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