Jason Latimer has spent his entire life wondering about one
question, "What is possible?” This simple childhood question has led to an ongoing education in mathematics, applied physics, chemistry,
psychology and economics. Jason’s live shows, television specials,
keynotes, and exhibits inspire millions worldwide to see beyond the
illusion of knowledge.
As the “Curator of Impossible Science” at the iconic Fleet Science Center in San Diego, CA. Jason's research in applied science include
invisibility with adaptive camouflage, teleportation via quantum
tunneling, levitation with superconductors and quantum “locking”
and various other fields of “Impossible Science.”
By displaying examples of the impossible, Jason
developed a curriculum of “Education Through
Curiosity.” His “Impossible Science Initiative”
featured at the Fleet Science Center unites the
S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering,
Arts, Mathematics) movement with wonder.
Latimer uses the art of magic to
point out the “Illusion of Knowledge”
and to inspire others to see beyond
their answers in the Age of Information.
Jason’s infectious curiosity is uniting
millions around the world to join in
and ask, “what is possible?”
“The only thing that separates the
impossible from the possible is
the individual that is wondering
about the right question...
And that next question
could come from any of us.”
CURATOR OF IMPOSSIBLE SCIENCE
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