In the paper and online, The Almanac had incorrect information on the date and time of this event. Go to http://www.cafescipa.org/ for correct information.
Physics Professor Richard Muller of UC Berkeley will give a talk Tuesday, Sept. 9, in Menlo Park on the physics — from nukes to global warming — that future presidents will need to understand.
The talk, part of the Cafe Scientifique forum series, will start at 6 p.m. at the SRI International dining room in the International Center off Middlefield Road at Ringwood Avenue.
"Physics for Future Presidents" will cover the physics of terrorism, energy, nuclear weapons, space and global warming.
Dr. Muller, who has won a MacArthur "genius" prize, has taught a course in "Physics for Future Presidents" that was recently voted the "Best Class at Berkeley" by undergraduates. He will sign his book of the same name at the Cafe Scientifique event.