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21/28 September
South Kesteven District Council... presents the Gravity Fields Festival

Presents the Gravity Fields Festival

Supported by the Arts Council
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12.15pm: Thursday 27 September

Isaac Newton and the Sensorium of God

Dr Stuart Clark

Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society

Astronomy Consultant to New Scientist magazine, Visiting Fellow of the University of Hertfordshire


Venue: Angel and Royal

Tickets: £4.00 talk only

Tickets: £9.00 with a sandwich lunch

Duration: One hour plus optional lunch afterwards

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About this Event

Isaac Newton: quintessential scientist – also alchemist, maverick theologian, and arch-heretic.  Dr Stuart Clark explores how this complicated man’s unscientific traits were essential in shaping the scientific revolution.  Just what did Newton mean when he called the Universe: The Sensorium of God?
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The Royal Astronomical Society Website
New Scientist Magazine
University of Hertfordshire Website
The Angel and Royal Hotel, Grantham