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Time and geological space 10.01.19 (czwartek), godz. 18.00, Beautiful Tube, wstęp bezpłatny (Thursday), 6.00 pm, Beautiful Tube, free admission

Time is the most important commodity and a universally known concept. The geological time began with Earth’s creation, about 4.5 billion years ago. All the caesuras, events and the age of earthly phenomena refer to this moment…

The geological space refers solely to Earth as a planet. Its boundaries are determined by an irregular sphere-like body, known as the geoid.

During the lecture, we will think whether and how the properties of the geological space affect the aesthetic, cultural and material properties of nature and people. We will also try to answer the question of how these properties are influenced by natural events.
Jurand Wojewoda, PhD, is a geologist who has graduated from the University of Wroclaw and the Humboldt scholarship holder. Author of over 250 articles in the field of geology as well as monographs and lectures in the field of Earth sciences.

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