Mobile Observatory Project coming to Sci-Port
YouTube sensation and Mobile Observatory Project founder Ben Davidson will be at Sci-Port Friday December 19th for presentation on connection between earth, sun and climate.
Published Tuesday, December 16, 2014 6:00 am
by Claire Floyd (318) 424-8678

On December 19, The Mobile Observatory Project and Ben Davidson, the creator of the popular YouTube channel Suspicious0bservers, will be at Sci-Port in Shreveport, Louisiana.  Ben gives a daily internet report every morning covering sciences of the sun, space weather, and our planet in a short condensed summary.  Along with the daily reports, Ben has also produced many specialized educational videos covering an array of related scientific subjects.

Ben was classically trained in law and legal research but turned his attention toward the sciences upon receiving his JD. His web site has been a constant source of data dissemination inspiring public interest in a variety of scientific fields, including the electric universe theories.

Sci-Port’s resident astrophysicist Greg Andrews on the Mobile Observatory Project’s visit: “The arrival of the Davidsons and the Mobile Observatory is really exciting. They bring an insider’s perspective into heliophysics and how it relates to Earth. Solar weather has been studied for hundreds of years, yet we know so little. I’m anxious to hear their thoughts on the current solar cycle. The current cycle is weak when compared to other solar cycles and they may know some of the leading theories on why this is the case.”

Ben and his wife, Katherine, will be at Sci-Port from 2-5 p.m. on Friday, December 19. He will discuss the Earth-Sun connection and how it plays a role in our climate.  Admission is free and all ages are welcome.


About Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center

Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center, voted the 2012 Attraction of the Year by the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association, is a 92,000 square-foot science and entertainment center featuring 290 hands-on exhibits, 70 interactive programs and demonstrations, a Space Center and the Space Dome Planetarium. IMAX® Dome Theatre, gift shop and café. Sci-Port is a member of the Association of Science-Technology Centers; a LA Space Consortium member and is recognized by Parents magazine as one of the nation’s ten best science centers. The Center is located at 820 Clyde Fant Parkway on the downtown Shreveport Riverfront. For information regarding hours, IMAX® showings or special programs, call (318) 424-3466, toll free at (877) 724-7678 or visit

About the Mobile Observatory Project

The Mobile Observatory Project is a mission to enhance the news capabilities by retrofitting an RV and traveling across the U.S. and Canada on tour, meeting with supporters, conducting research with contacts, sightseeing with family, as well as presenting at schools, museums and public venues, all while continuing to release the news every day.

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Contact Info

Sci-Port Discovery Center
820 Clyde Fant Parkway
Shreveport, Louisiana 71101


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