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Come to our LIVE show in NYC on 11/11

Monday, November 01, 2010

Butterfly Butterfly (DaveKav/flickr)

On 11/11, Jad and Robert will ponder whether we live in a world that's fundamentally symmetric...or deeply asymmetric...in a LIVE show at the Greene Space in NYC. John Cameron Mitchell (of Hedwig and the Angry Inch fame) will perform as part of a not-to-be-missed night of musical performances, engaging images, and fascinating story-tellilng.

Buy tickets here.

Join us for an exploration of how symmetry tugs on our hearts and guides our lives--from how sub-atomic molecules behave, to how your hair part might affect your likeability.

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tickets.. wow now that "time" has past and now is the best time for wish I was there Jad. Of course every one sees the world in asymmetry because we all are one minded (except the schizophrenics which is another topic in itself) who have multiple parallax. But it is only natural to be in perfect symmetric if not anything else. Since what lives must die, what goes up must come down. Whether we think it is asymmetrical or not.... life is always balanced, human emotion is counter balanced by our own individual EXPERIENCES .

New listener,
Sidwell B.

Dec. 05 2010 03:28 AM
NYCHiker

I have one extra ticket available for $45 (face). You can find me on Twitter @nychiker or post here.

Nov. 10 2010 11:59 AM
Morgan Andrews from Philadelphia

Perhaps the link's been disabled because it's sold out.

Nov. 07 2010 06:28 PM
juliec from 11205

Oops -- 'Buy tickets here.' link is not working.

Maybe this one instead?
http://www.wnyc.org/thegreenespace/events/2010/nov/11/radiolab/

Nov. 03 2010 11:50 AM

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