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12/10/2016
“Telescope to Microscope: Perspectives on Science and Faith,” Boston, MA

12/10/2016
Vineyard's Men's Breakfast Meeting, San Dimas, CA

1/27/2017
“The Penultimate Curiosity: How science swims in the slipstream of ultimate questions,” Bristol, UK

2/4/2017
“The Big Questions: Richard Dawkins versus C. S. Lewis on the Meaning of Life,” Houston, TX

2/24/2017 » 2/25/2017
AMP Conference, San Dimas, CA

Randy Isaac: “Information and Misinformation in Life’s Origins”
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During his visit to the LA area, Randy Isaac, outgoing Executive Director of the ASA, will be giving a talk at the Azusa Pacific University campus. This talk will briefly summarize the status of research into the origins of life and explore the role of the concept of information. We will consider the implication of this research on our understanding of the Creator.

3/23/2016
When: 3/23/2016
3:00 PM
Where: Room 127, John and Marilyn Duke Academic Complex
701 E. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, California  91702
United States
Presenter: Randy Isaac
Contact: Sarah Richart

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Abstract: When and how did life begin on this earth? We don’t know and may never know for certain but in the last few decades we have learned much about how it might have happened. This talk will briefly summarize the status of research into the origins of life and explore the role of the concept of information. We will consider the implication of this research on our understanding of the Creator.

  

  APU's parking-page (http://www.apu.edu/azusa/visit/parking/) says “guests may park on APU's campus by obtaining a visitor permit from the Information Booth located [see paragraph below] at the entrance to APU's East Campus.  The permit allows them to park on APU’s East and West campuses for the day."


   A map of APU ( http://www.apu.edu/map/#!ct/2286 ) shows, with mouseover-popups, "Duke Academic Complex" in the West Campus, with nearby parking in Lots F or G, or H.  It also shows the "Information Booth" - but it's labeled "Welcome Center" on this map - that's at the south end of Parking Lot A, which is south of the running track & Athletic Stadium.