Saturday 18th November 2pm-6pm
Metropolitan Tabernacle, London
Free admission (all ages welcome)
How We Date Everything
Professor Steve Taylor
University of Liverpool
How do we know whether something is 6000 years old or 4.5 billion years old? What do modern telescopes and observations from stars millions of light years away tell us? And how about radiometric dating, fossils and archaeological material? This talk presents a layman’s review of the various dating methods, and their limitations.
In the Beginning..was Information!
Professor Werner Gitt
German Federal Institute of Physics
and Technology, Braunschweig
The origin of life from the viewpoint of information. All living organisms require information to function. It is the cornerstone of life, yet often overlooked. In order to understand the origin of life, we first have to explain what information is and how it came about.
Those Who Overlook Their Creator
Answers in Genesis UK/Europe
Atheistic evolutionists or sceptics often argue that belief in supernatural creation of the world and incidents such as Noah’s global Flood is “extremism”, “fundamentalist”, “anti-intellectual”, and “literalist”. Are these valid views of biblical faith, or are they caricatures? Could biblical faith in fact be relevant – even essential – for our scientific materialist age and society?
Extraterrestrial Life and the Multiverse
Professor Stuart Burgess
University of Bristol
An overview of the different ways of searching for extra-terrestrial life (ETL). Why has searching for ETL become so important in our day? And why all the recent popularisation of the multiverse by certain groups of astrophysicists and Hollywood?
Deaf friends welcome
All sessions feature BSL interpretation.
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