Thread: Time "Talks"
05-17-2017, 03:15 PM #1
COLUMBIA, PA: Mysteries abound at the National Watch & Clock Museum: How does the mouse get up the clock? Does the grandfather clock really talk? But mathematical mysteries too?
On Saturday, May 20, from 11 a.m. to noon, NAWCC WatchNews editor Keith Lehman will present “Mathematical Mysteries behind the Cosmic Calendar.” Keith will give insights into the Buddhist cosmic calendar and its Hindu, Babylonian, and most important of all, human origins.
“During this first Timetalk, I’ll be taking a more comprehensive and explorative look into how early mathematicians, astronomers, and mystics developed their system, reasons for its success, and its spread from Arabia into Europe, India, and Asia, influencing religious beliefs along the way,” shares Lehman.
TIMEtalks is a complimentary educational program that will continue every other month.
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