GeekSpeak subject for Saturday 5th March at noon SLT: How much of the world is hidden from our senses?
We tend to think these days that we can observe and measure everything but there is a lot going on out there that we are not aware of. There are birds that react to differences in air temperature and others that can detect magnetic fields. There are animals that can see infrared or ultraviolet. Plants can detect and respond to chemicals given off by other plants.
There are ecosystems deep in the ocean or underground that we know nothing about. There are processes in deep space that are too slow for us to sense. And some living processes, like birdsong, are too fast for us.
Join us in GeekSpeak at noon SLT on Saturday and re-learn how to see the world. Let’s imagine how it might look if we had more and better senses. Bring all your eyes and ears!
IM Vulcan Viper, who teaches a meditation class every Wednesday in the GeekSpeak auditorium, if you have ideas for new subjects.