Evangelion: 1.11 You Are [Not] Alone
Tokyo-3 still stands after most of civilization was decimated in the Second Impact. Now the city endures the ceaseless onslaught of the deadly Angels, bizarre creatures bent on eradicating the human race. To combat this strange and ruthless enemy, the government agency NERV constructs a fleet of towering humanoid machines – the Evas – and Shinji Ikari is called into action, reluctantly taking his place at the controls of Eva Unit 01.
Living a life of loneliness and questioning his existence, Shinji struggles to accept responsibility for mankind’s battle for survival in this visually striking rebuild of one of the most important anime of all time. Shinji will fight the Angels alongside the only person who might understand his plight – Rei Ayanami, the elusive and frail pilot of Eva Unit 00. In this film experience not to be missed, Shinji and Rei will struggle to learn a simple truth: when carrying the burden of humanity’s survival on your shoulders, you are not alone.
Duration: 100 mins. | Rating: NR (Recommended 14 and older) | Presented in Japanese with English subtitles
Evangelion: 2.22 You Can [Not] Advance
Brutal mechanized action explodes on a grand scale as towering cyborg gladiators – the Eva Units – fight for the fate of the world.
In the earliest battles against the monstrous Angels, young Eva pilots Shinji and Rei were forced to carry humanity’s hopes on their shoulders. Now, with the deadly onslaught of the Angels escalating and the apocalyptic Third Impact looming, Shinji and Rei find their burden shared by two new Eva pilots, the fiery Asuka and the mysterious Mari. Maneuvering their enormous Eva machines into combat, the four young souls fight desperately to save mankind from the heavens – but will they be able to save themselves?
Duration: 112 mins. | Rating: NR (Recommended 14 and older) | Presented in Japanese with English subtitles
Evangelion: 3.33 You Can [Not] Redo
Fourteen years after the Third Impact, the Earth is a post-apocalyptic wasteland, human civilization is in ruins, and the people Shinji knows are almost unrecognizable. The people he once protected treat him like a prisoner and threaten to kill him if he pilots another Eva.
At NERV headquarters, Shinji meets pianist Kaworu Nagisa, who offers him warmth and insight into the state of Nerv's war with the Angels. As the boys bond, the organization’s true mission comes into focus, and Shinji finds that his enemies are no longer Angels but former comrades. In this bitter confrontation to determine the future of the world, Shinji will learn first-hand that the past truly cannot be undone.
Duration: 95 mins. | Rating: NR (Recommended 14 and older) | Presented in Japanese with English subtitles
The Boy and the Beast
When Kyuta, a young orphan living on the streets of Shibuya, stumbles into a fantastic world of beasts, he’s taken in by Kumatetsu, a gruff, rough-around-the-edges warrior beast who’s been searching for the perfect apprentice. Despite their constant bickering, Kyuta and Kumatetsu begin training together and slowly form a bond as surrogate father and son. But when a deep darkness threatens to throw the human and beast worlds into chaos, the strong bond between this unlikely pair will be put to the ultimate test—a final showdown that will only be won if the two can finally work together using all of their combined strength and courage.
The Boy and the Beast is the latest feature film from award-winning Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda. His directorial credits include The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars, and Wolf Children, all three of which received the Japan Academy Prize for Best Animated Film.
Duration: 120 mins. | Rating: PG-13 | Presented in English dubbed version
One of the best-known examples of contemporary Japanese animation, this cyberpunk adventure takes place in the post-apocalyptic city of Neo-Tokyo. A teen-age boy is exposed to a mysterious energy source and develops telekinetic powers that place him at the center of a conflict that may destroy the world.
Directed by Katsuhiro Otomo and based on his graphic comic of the same name, Akira is widely considered one of the best animated features of all time ranking number 5 on the Total Film Top 50 Animated Films list and number 16 on Time Out's top 50 animated movie list.
Duration: 124 mins. | Rating: R
Presented in Japanese with English subtitles.
Become an Astrogeologist
Travel the solar system with OMSI educators and compare the geologic features on Earth to our cosmic neighbors. Investigate planets, moons and meteors through hands-on and small group activities. Create impact craters in flour and lava patterns in cake batter. Allergy note: activities use flour.
Recommended for ages 8 and up with an adult, 14 and up without. General Admission is not included in the price of the ticket.
Psycho-Pass: The Movie
n a futuristic Japan, the Sibyl System is charged with keeping the peace. Using extensive surveillance and biological monitoring to gauge the likelihood that individuals will commit a crime, the police are able to use weapons called Dominators to remove potential criminals from the population before they become a problem. Confident with the success of the System within their own borders, the Japanese government has begun to export the technology to other countries, planning to ultimately spread the System across the globe.
When the state of SEAUn brings the Sibyl System in to test its effectiveness, it becomes a haven of peace and safety—for a time. Eventually, terrorists from SEAUn begin appearing in Japan, somehow slipping through the System’s security and attacking from within. Desperate for answers, Inspector Akane Tsunemori is sent overseas to bring the terrorists to justice. But when her investigation forces her into a standoff with an old ally, will she be able to pull the trigger?
Duration: 113 mins. | Rating: R | Presented in Japanese with English subtitles
Edible Cinema: Big Trouble in Little China
Edible Cinema is a unique way to experience a film: through aroma, texture and taste. Perfect for food and film lovers alike, this quarterly series combines good food with the fun of movie night as expert chefs curate a bite-sized tasting menu tailored to specific moments in the film.
6:30PM | Doors open, pick up your tray of numbered boxes and find a seat.
7:00PM | Introduction and event instructions
7:05PM | Movie: Big Trouble in Little China (Duration: 1 hr. 39 mins. | Rating: PG-13)
Tickets are $25pp.
Please Note: No dietary restrictions can be accommodated.
ABOUT THE FILM
An All-American trucker gets dragged into a centuries-old mystical battle in Chinatown.
Release date: July 2 1986 (USA)
Director: John Carpenter
In addition to the bite-sized tasting menu, the Empirical Cafe will be serving burritos, hotdogs, grilled cheese, and movie snacks, plus beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages.
Science Pub Portland: Viking Mars Missions
Viking Mars Missions: The History, Stories and Influence on Mars Exploration
With Rachel Tillman, Founder and Executive Director of The Viking Mars Missions Education & Preservation Project (VMMEPP)
Al Treder, Viking Guidance & Control, Digital Archivist and Technical Consultant at VMMEPP
Pat DeMartine, Viking Lander Command Sequence & Simulation Programming and Science Team Member
Peggy Newcomb, speaking on behalf of John Newcomb, Author and NASA Engineer (John passed away in March)
Doors Open @ 5PM | $5 Suggested Donation
NASA’s Mars Viking program made history and changed the future of space exploration and mankind, influencing engineering, science, arts, and culture. It also marked the opening of the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum in Washington DC and inspired an 11 year-old girl to save a piece of history - the last remaining flight-ready Viking Mars Lander (VL3) from becoming scrap metal to begin the Viking Preservation work. Rachel Tillman would later become the founder and executive director of the Viking Mars Missions Education & Preservation Project (VMMEP) and the VL3 was the first of what has now become the largest and most diverse collection of Viking mission materials in existence. These materials including the original data tapes, microfilm and fische, and oral history interviews conducted by the organization are being preserved to develop exhibits and educational materials to be shared globally.
In this talk, VMMEPP members will share some of the rich topics from Viking mission and the influence it has had on technology and culture worldwide as well as the mission experience from each of their perspectives. Learn about the "Genealogy of Influence" – how Vikings' engineering and science have influenced missions, science, and culture today, and the challenges and importance of preserving mission heritage. Peggy Newcomb, wife of John Newcomb will share John’s and her experience of the mission, and will have books available that cover the Viking and Lunar Orbiter mission from the human experience perspective.
About Rachel Tillman:
Rachel Tillman is the Founder and Executive Director of the 501c3 nonprofit “The Viking Mars Missions Education & Preservation Project” (VMMEPP) and began her path preserving Viking mission history at the young age of 11 when she saved the last remaining flight-ready Viking Mars Lander (VL3) from becoming scrap metal. Her early exposure to the mission came as the daughter of Viking Team Member James E. Tillman who served on the Viking Meteorology Team and eventually became the final Program Manager of the mission for the last extended missions.
About Al Treder
Al Treder is a Viking Alumni that has worked in various aspects of space and missile G&C systems for 49 years, from conceptual design through development and flight. He tested and analyzed designs for Gemini and Apollo avionics early on, launched missiles in the Utah desert, and designed a calibration facility for horizon sensors on a spinning communication satellite before moving to Cal-Tech’s JPL to work on the Viking Mars project as the Orbiter Maneuver Analyst. Following the Viking project, he moved to Boeing, where he invented an attitude matching technique to replace star scanners on the Inertial Upper Stage carried by the Space Shuttle. He has spent the last 18 years of his career as a key player in the specification and development of the GN&C subsystem for the US part of the International Space Station. Mr. Treder is currently an active Volunteer at The Viking Mars Missions Education & Preservation Project, providing his expertise in digital imaging, as Lead Digital Archivist.
About Pat deMartine
Pat deMartine served on the Viking mission as Lander Sequence and Simulation Programmer as well as Science Team Member. His career and experience in aerospace began while studying physics, and he had his first mission design working for GE doing system integration for a manned orbital laboratory. During his tenure at GE he became involved in programming which led to his role at Martin Marietta on Viking and his current work both architecture and programming systems for a variety of systems. He has worked on numerous project related to aerospace and continues to consult on a broad array of computing projects. Pat deMartine is currently a Principal Software Engineer at Oracle.
About John Newcomb (1939-2016)
Author of A Bunch of Plumbers: How one country boy’s dream led him into two of the most successful space missions of the twentieth century. While attending Virginia Tech, John had many adventures through the Virginia Tech Cooperative Engineering Program, alternately working in the NASA, Langley Research Center’s wind tunnels, laboratories, and at Langley’s rocket launching site, Wallops Island. After graduating from Tech, John joined the Langley Research Center as a young engineer and quickly became involved in two of NASA’s early space missions - the Lunar Orbiter Project and the Viking Project. After Viking, John headed NASA’s Physics and Chemistry Experiments in-Space Program that performed experiments in the free International Space Station. John passed away in March 2016 and his wife, Peggy, will be speaking on his behalf.
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OMSI After Dark: Corklandia
Join us for wonderful wines and fantastic foods at this not-to-be-missed event.
6-10pm General Admission
Tickets go on sale: October 3, 2016.
Due to the popularity of this event, we strongly recommend that you purchase tickets in advance as capacity is limited and may sell out.
OMSI After Dark + Corklandia General Admission: $45/non-members & regular OMSI members and $35/OAD members. Ticket includes OMSI After Dark admission, souvenir wine glass and 10 tasting tokens. Wine glass and tokens are required for tasting.
OMSI After Dark Safe Driver Admission: $15/non-members, $7.50/OMSI members, and FREE for OMSI After Dark Members. Ticket includes OMSI After Dark admission only, tasting not allowed.
Shoot off water rockets, concoct chemical creations, and explore the wonders of OMSI with no kids in sight! Enjoy a glass of wine while learning about robots, tornados, or fossils. Talk to a brewer about the science behind beer, or taste how an extra 10% cacao can make a difference in chocolate.
All that and more with OMSI After Dark, a night at the museum for the 21-and-over crowd filled with food, drink, and science fun!
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While dissecting squid, participants will practice observation skills and making hypotheses about the animal's unique adaptations. NOTE: Squid can cause allergic reactions in those with seafood and shellfish allergies. We will provide gloves and goggles, if needed.
Recommended for ages 8 and up. General Admission is not included in the price of the ticket.
One squid, per ticket. | Maximum two people, per ticket.
Reel Science: Enter the Dragon
With Sam Strickling, Sports Research Manager at Nike and Matthew Chua, Biomechanics Researcher II at Nike Sport Research Lab
6:15PM | Doors Open
6:30PM | Lecture will explore the physics of punching and kicking as well as the reaction and execution times of Bruce Lee.
7:30PM | Movie: Enter the Dragon (Duration: 1 hr. 42 mins. | Rating: R | Year: 1973)
Tickets will be on sale Oct 13.
ABOUT THE FILM
One of the most popular kung fu films ever, and perhaps the peak of the famed Bruce Lee's career, Enter the Dragon achieved success by presenting a series of superbly staged fighting sequences with a minimum of distractions. The story finds Lee as a martial-arts expert determined to help capture the narcotics dealer whose gang was responsible for his sister's death. This evil villain operates from a fortified island manned by a team of crack martial artists, who also host a kung fu competition. Lee uses his skills to enter the contest and then tries to chop, kick, and otherwise fight his way into the dealer's headquarter. The story is, of course, merely an excuse for showdown after showdown, featuring masterly fighting by Lee in a wide variety of martial arts styles. Essential viewing for martial arts fans, the film was also embraced by a larger audience, thanks to a fast pace and higher-than-usual production values.
Watch and learn at The Empirical Theater as OMSI brings the science of your favorite movies to life on the big screen. Perfect for science and film lovers alike, this monthly series combines the best of Science Pub with the fun of movie night, bringing in experts to amplify your movie-watching experience. All ages are welcome.
The Empirical Cafe will be open serving hotdogs, grilled cheese, movie snacks plus beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages.