“What Can It Be?” is a game devised by the presenter that is designed to stimulate the imagination of the players. One of the players starts the game by imagining an object and naming one characteristic of that object. Each player, in turn, must imagine an object having the characteristics previously mentioned and name an additional characteristic. The complete rules of the game will be explained in the session, after which the attendees will be invited to play the game. A prize will be awarded to the winner.
Stanley Korn received a B.S. in physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and did graduate work in physics and mathematics at the University of Maryland. He was employed by the Defense Department as a physicist, operations research analyst, and computer specialist; he has since retired. He is the former coordinator of the Metropolitan Washington Mensa Parapsychology SIG, a psychic reader, and an investigator of the paranormal. He is the author of three books, an inventor with four issued patents, and a Fellow of the ISPE, membership in which requires an IQ in the top 0.1%. Stanley has given presentations on a wide variety of subjects, all of which have incorporated his original ideas.