July 1, 2015 : Life is a Cosmic Phenomenon – Dedication

Dedication of Art Piece at Churchill College, Cambridge

July 1, 2015 10:00 am Churchill College, Cambridge University

Life is a Cosmic Phenomenon (The Salish Sea)
By North American First Nations “Coast Salish” Artist Chris Paul
Dedicated on Canada Day, July 1st, 2015 to the visionary collaboration of Sir Fred Hoyle (on this his 100th Centenary) and Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe (2015/16 Visiting By-Fellow of Churchill College)
The Salish Sea
“New ideas, fragile as spring flowers, easily bruised by the tread of the multitude, may yet be cherished by the solitary wanderer”,
Sir Fred Hoyle, The Black Cloud , 1957 , p142

“There’s something going on in time and space, and beyond time and space, which, whether we like it or not, spells duty”,
Winston Churchill.

“Amongst a myriad stars
I stand alone
And wonder
How much life and love
Is there tonight ……. ?”
Chandra Wickramasinghe, as a young man in Sri Lanka.

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July 1st, 2015 (Canada Day)

P.S. I am not a scientist. I don’t get this. What does it mean?

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