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KU Natural History Museum: A Science on Tap Event, Fossils, Stocks, and Stars: An Evolutionary Perspective

Description: The life forms that have evolved the most rapidly have gone extinct. The universe has become a more stable and boring place. And investing in risky stocks is a losing proposition. Each of these phenomena have one thing in common: volatility. Over the long term, volatile entities — whether they are stocks, species, or stars — don’t survive. At our next Science on Tap, Professor Bruce S. Lieberman will talk about volatility and why it matters for our understanding of evolution and the universe, and maybe your investment portfolio, too. Submitted by: Joy KU Natural History Museum


Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 19:30


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