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“The most exciting thing about being a scientist is not knowing… because that means there’s a lot left to learn.”

Physicist Lawrence Krauss, author of A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing, delivers a “secular sermon” on cosmic connections, theoretical physics, and the meaning of life.

The School of Life is a project by writer and philosopher Alain de Botton, who has argued that education and secular intellectual life have a lot to learn from the storytelling traditions of religion

I love how churches create communities, but hate what religion has done to the masses. This, however, is an excellent idea. The coming together of people on Sundays to hear stories from educators and scientists in an effort to show how we are all connected.

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30 October 2012 ·

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