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The Origins Project Foundation announces their rescheduled second travel opportunity -- a voyage to explore Iceland’s mountainous Vestfjords and Greenland’s remote northeast coast, home to the world’s largest fjord system and the second largest body of ice, now melting at an unprecedented rate. 


Origins’ President Lawrence Krauss and Nobel Laureate Barry Barish will each give special lectures for our Origins Expedition Travelers on the wonders of the universe, including the nature of the Northern Lights. They will also discuss climate change and the scientific issues that will drive the future of society in the 21st century and beyond. As a bonus, Special Guest Richard Dawkins will be joining us, and will participate in at least one onboard Q&A on science and science and society issues.

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