May 12, 2004 - The Evolution of the Ecliptic Calendar

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by Stephen Courtin

For more than twenty years Stephen has explored the graphic potential of showing the world his view of the cosmos. He sees it as the big picture and uses it as the base map for seeing the Earth's perspective from a singular point of view. With the movements of the Sun, Moon, and Planets, he has followed the marvels of human discovery and the expanding visual realms of our Universe. Stephen sees the Ecliptic Calendar as a bridge to knowledge through this common point of reference and by mapping of the solar systems movements find the key to unlock his own grand unified theory.

Stephen will provide a chronology of visual arts as a starting point for his talk, and discuss the future directions in the art of science.

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