Time and the Shape of History (Yale University Press, 2007)
Penelope Corfield is one of those rare people: a British Historian who supports the study of Big History. Her book, Time & the Shape of History, published by Yale University Press in 2007, explores the relationship between time and history … Continue reading →
In a new article Can a collapse of global civilization be avoided? published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich of Stanford University address the likelihood that we are facing a global collapse now, and … Continue reading →
Over the past 150 years the exacting process of scientific enquiry has revealed a new, exhilarating Creation Story. Greg Morter has been fascinated and this story for many years. Eager to communicate his passion to others, he led the first ‘Walk … Continue reading →
Come with us to walk the story of the Universe, from the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago, through the creation of the stars, galaxies and planet Earth; tracing the evolution of life on our planet through to today. We … Continue reading →
The Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) was established by Anglia Ruskin University in 2011 as part of our commitment to sustainability. The University-wide institute spans a broad portfolio of sustainability related research areas and interests. Delivering sustainability requires an integrated view … Continue reading →
Metanexus fosters a growing international network of individuals and groups exploring the dynamic interface between cosmos, nature and culture. Membership is open to all. More about Metanexus.
Astronomers have discovered what appears to be a large asteroid belt around the star Vega, the second brightest star in northern night skies. The scientists used data from NASAs Spitzer Space Telescope and the European Space Agencys Herschel Space Observatory, … Continue reading →