Big Ideas presents Sean M. Carroll of CalTech discussing how the direction of the arrow of time was defined by the Big Bang. He also speculates about what might have come before the Big Bang. The lecture is entitled The Origin of the Universe & the Arrow of Time. The evidence that the universe emerged 14 billion years ago from an event called ‘the big bang’ is overwhelming. Yet the cause of this event remains deeply mysterious. In the conventional picture, the ‘initial singularity’ is unexplained. It is simply assumed that the universe somehow sprang into existence full of ‘inflationary’ energy, blowing up the universe into the large, smooth state we observe today.
WE proudly acknowledges another of our co-finalists for the Chamber of Commerce of Southwestern Indiana's 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year Award, the Sholar Center for Aesthetic Surgery and Age Rejuvenation's Dr. Alina Sholar.
WatchEvansville congratulates our co-finalist for the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana "Entrepreneur of the Year" award 2011, Collins Pest Management!
Aquatech Scuba Center on Morgan Ave. in Evansville offers classes, certifications, trips, and accessories for snorkeling and scuba diving. Local, regional and international group trips are a great way to enjoy the sport and appreciate the beauty of nature. Fun for the whole family! Owner and Certified Master Diver Larry Babcock leads us through a tour of the store. http://www.aquatechdivecenter.com 4313 Morgan Ave., Suite A Evansville, IN 47715 812-479-5764 Store Hours Monday - Friday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am to 3
Seek and Find Consignments was honored to be among the vendors on display at the 2009 Idea Home in Newburgh. This video of their room, the Man Cave, showcases just one of the many ways you can incorporate Consigned items into your home. Be sure to visit any one of their 3 locations: Oak Hill, Morgan, and Englebrecht Center. Or you can visit them anytime online at: www.seekandfindconsignments.com
It's exactly what the name implies. It's a club for students with IDEAS. Specifically, it's a club for students who have IDEAS about how to start new businesses or how to find new and better solutions to problems -- big ones and small ones. It's a club for students who want to explore the world of IDEAS and learn from people who have created successful businesses and maybe made a positive contribution to the place where we live. It's a club for students who want to share and develop and test their ideas. If you've ever had an idea, a really good idea, and you want to see where it might lead, Idea Club is for you. Idea Club will meet once a week on Wednesdays from 3:30 - 5:00 at Innovation Pointe in downtown Evansville. The Idea Club is sponsored by and receives support from several business/innovation/entrepreneurial/educational organizations who want to help young people pursue their dreams right here in Evansville. Organizations like WIRED (Workforce Innovation and Regional Economic Development), Innovation Pointe, GAGE (Growth Alliance of Greater Evansville), The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana and the S.W. Indiana Small Business Development Center are all helping to make this club happen.
A quick look at the 2009 Evansville Living Idea Home, open to the public through Sunday September 20, with ticket proceeds to The Junior League of Evansville. Thanks to Tucker Publishing and Evansville Living Magazine for the tour!