Which are the most complex sciences of nowadays? How the Chinook-47D helicopter came out of atmospheric electricity studies? What is the difference between “Type A” and “Type B” geniuses? How mosaics and the finest European porcelains are related to the law of conservation of matter? Whom does Benjamin Franklin meet in the downtown Batavia? Why observation of the Venus’s atmosphere during its transit over Sun’s disc on June 5, 2012 will be as hard as in May 26, 1761 when it was discovered? How many people are needed to reform a grammar, to invent a new type of reflector telescope, to estimate the age of the Earth to be at least 399,000 years on base of scientific evidences, a perform more than 4000 chemical tests in the Russia’s first national laboratory, organize unprecedented Arctic exploration expedition and win a public completion among three best national poets? What is in common between Bob Wilson and Michelangelo Buonarotti? All that and much more in the lecture on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the titanic figure of Russian Enlightenment – Mikhail Lomonosov (1711-1765). You are welcome to attend for a chance in just under 60 minutes to become one of only a few hundred Americans most knowledgeable in the achievements of a true Russian genius.