Are We Lost In The Cosmos?

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

There have been dramatic changes in our scientific understanding of the universe in the last hundred years. It used to be thought that the universe was eternal; now it is thought that it came into being in the ’Big Bang‘. So what does this say about the trustworthiness of science? What are the implications of the Big Bang for our understanding of ourselves? Is the universe meaningless? or is there some way of developing a ‘big picture’ of reality that helps us decide our place and purpose in the universe.

No reservations are required for this lecture. It will be run on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
Doors will open 30 minutes before the start of the lecture.

Cost: Free of Charge


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13:00 13:00 Europe/London Are We Lost In The Cosmos? Is the universe meaningless? or is there some way of developing a ‘big picture’ of reality that helps us decide our place and purpose in the universe. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/03/27/are-we-lost-in-the-cosmos-159091 Museum of London,150 London Wall, London,London,London

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