Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Energy Demand, Climate Issues and Safe Nuclear Power
Our guest speaker: Dr. Alexander Cannara Ph. D.
Suppose someone told you there is a way to generate heat and electric power on an industrial scale without the fossil fuel emissions and nuclear waste we now produce! If you were told that we could do this for the whole world for thousands of years with a cheap, plentiful material - what would you say? Why isn’t this “secret” energy source being utilized? Come hear Dr. Alexander Cannara’s talk to discover the answers!
Dr. Cannara is an electrical engineer, statistician, software/networking consultant, and an environmental educator. He has taught courses in engineering, statistics, programming and networking at: Stanford, USF, International Technological U, and Golden Gate and Silicon Valley Universities. Alex has worked with local and national groups on energy and climate issues and on safe nuclear power. Dr. Cannara holds a BSEE from Lehigh U., a Ph.D. from Stanford in Math Methods in Ed. Research and MS degrees in Plasma Physics and Statistics. He is married with three children and resides in Menlo Park, CA