Your Place in the Cosmos Class One
Introduction to the Cosmos and Our Place In It
Your Place in the Cosmos – Class One Information
Dates, Times, Syllabus, Bibliography
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Class meets in real time on Zoom
Each session will be recorded if you need to miss a session
4 Thursdays | 6:30pm – 8:30pm Pacific | $100
Feb 2022: 2/3, 2/10, 2/17, 2/25
From Galaxy to Cells – Class One Page
Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida has put up a very interesting page on their site. It begins as a view of the Milky Way Galaxy viewed from a distance of 10 million light years and then Zooms in towards Earth in powers of ten. 10 million, to one million,syllabus.html. to 100,000 light years and then it finally reaches the smallest parts of the cells of the leaves of an oak tree.
Sit Back and Imagine How Perfect Our Universe Is!
Once you click on the site, the software does all the work. You can play it forward and backward to be amazed over and over. At the end it says AUTO….click on that and review the process in
Before Class One if Possible:
Intro Video: Please watch this 20 minute introductory video by David LeMaster, RScP before Class One. See button on right to play video.
Thank God for Evolution: Please watch this 32 minute video created May, 2021 with Rev. Micheal Dowd’ ideas about evolution and our place the the cosmos. See button the the right for the link.
Your place the Cosmos Essay by David LeMaster: Please click on the button to the right to download.
You Are Stardust: Please listen to 20 minute audio from a talk, “You Are Stardust” by Rev. Dr. Christina Tillotson. Please note that this talk was given a while ago, so the numbers are not current. See button to right to download.
Optional Resource to Explore:
The View from the Center of the Universe by Joel Primak and Nancy Abrams 12 years ago at NASA
Let’s Work Together!
Universe at Large