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Daily Archives: 2015/07/20

Town Hall Work Experiences

Four future Future Schoolians decide to interview people working in Town Hall about their work. Warning… this interview will waste 5 minutes of your life. Now you have wasted another 20 seconds reading this…

Comments: 0 Date: 20 Jul 2015

About Master Plan by ACI

Tomorrow at 4.30 to 6.30 pm at SAIIER Conference Hall The Auroville Campus Initiative (ACI) is presenting 3rd installment of Joy of Learning series – the Auroville learning forum from Aurovilians for Aurovilians.. And tomorrow topic will be The Auroville Master Plan Demystified .

On Thursday, 23rd of July at 7:30 pm Sri Aurobindo Auditorium – Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of India, International Zone we can see an energetic performance ‘Narayani Namostute’ of Aavishkar Academy.

Thursday 23rd at CRIPA The Italian Pavilion warmly invite everybody for the concert Four Centuries of Music by Classical Guitar performed by Italian Duo BartoliI-Fodera. Music by Boccherini, Scarlatti, Rossini, Mangore’, De Vecchi, Gangi, Assad, Morricone.

Lord, we are upon earth to accomplish Thy work of transformation. It is our sole will, our sole preoccupation. Grant that it may be also our sole occupation and that all our actions may help us towards this single goal.
– ‘Words of The Mother, Vol. 13

Comments: 0 Date: 20 Jul 2015

Astrophysicien Conference-

Alone in the immensity of the cosmos? Conference par Le Pavillon de France

Since that day of August 1995 when a team of the Observatory of Haute-Provence, France, discovered the first extra solar planet near the star 51 Pegasus, the long quest of the astrophysicists found its completion. Today, we know several thousand of extra-solar planets. These discoveries found much echo among a large public as it is a subject that is touching many of us, which is about our place in the Universe. Admittedly, for the moment, many big « warm Jupiter » have been detected, but we are now able to observe planets similar to ours, and furthermore to start answering the fundamental question, maybe one of the biggest challenge of present science : Are we alone in the Universe?
Alain Doressoundiram is an Astrophysicist at the Observatory of Paris.
(The recording ends during the Q&A session)

Comments: 0 Date: 20 Jul 2015
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