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LIfe, the Universe and Hot Dogs 

When: Tue., Nov. 24 2015
Albert A Michelson was The first Professor of Physics at Case School of Applied Science, Albert A Michelson became became the first American to win a Nobel Prize in Science. His six years in Cleveland were marked by robbery, fire, a mental breakdown, institutionalization, a pay cut and a night in jail amidst accusations of adultery. In 1887, he performed an experiment now regarded as the experimental foundation for Einstein's theory of Relativity. At 7:30 tonight at the Happy Dog, Dr Harsh Mathur will recount the life and times of Albert A Michelson in a lecture dubbed Albert A Michelson: Modern Physics, Modern Art and the Birth of Relativity. A Cleveland Story. It's part of the Happy Dog’s Life, Universe and Hot Dogs lecture series. Admission is free. (Niesel)

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