Science of climate change and aliens

Urban and virtual event
18.00 - 19.00
Rosebud Sivullinen
Kaisaniemenkatu 5

The Night of Science in Rosebud Sivullinen is inspired by new books by Terra Cognita and Ursa. The event dives into the fascinating worlds of climate change and astrobiology.

The audience is able to follow the discussions in Sivullinen or on YouTube. Lawrence Krauss and Arik Kershenbaum are participating to the interviews remotely.


18.00-18.30 The scientific basis of climate change and the greenhouse effect

Renowned from his book The Physics of Climate Change physicist Lawrence Krauss (via Zoom) is interviewed by translator and publisher Juha Pietiläinen.

18.30-19.00 What do aliens look like based on the theory of evolution?

The University of Cambridge's zoologist Arik Kershenbaum (via Zoom) discusses with PhD Tuukka Perhoniemi and The University of Helsinki's doc. Suvi Viranta-Kovanen what animals on earth reveal about aliens. 

The recording will be available for viewing on the Rosebud Sivullinen YouTube channel for the time being.

The venue is accessible. The capacity of the venue is 60 people.

The organizers: Terra Cognita and Ursa