Exhibits on everything from mapping UFO sightings to attempts at breeding giant spiders will be on display, and speakers will present findings on cattle mutilations in the San Luis Valley, the latest in phantom-cat research, ghost-hunting and more. The keynote will be given by Claude Swanson, an MIT-trained physicist and author of The Synchronized Universe, which Cordova describes as a "mad science handbook" that presents a unified theory of the paranormal. And just for fun, Kronda Seibert and the Colorado Steampunks group will be on hand to show off their own version of Victorian-flavored mad science.
The entire fair is free. Learn more about the Metro State Crypto Science Society at www.mscd.edu/~crypto.
Fri., May 21, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., 2010