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Long Now Exhibit & Talk at University of St. Thomas in St. Paul Minnesota

by Andrew Warner on October 27th, 02015

University of St. Thomas in St. Paul Minnesota is hosting a new exhibit Designed to Last: A Look at the Projects of the Long Now Foundation through December 18th 02015. The exhibit features a Rosetta Disk, limestone core samples from The Clock site, and the prototype of the Solar Synchonizer of The 10,000 Year. . .   Read More

Live audio stream for Andy Weir at The Interval on October 27, 02015

by Mikl Em on October 24th, 02015

Long Now members can tune in for a live audio simulcast of this sold out event starting at 7:15 PT, October 27

Andy Weir author of The Martian speaks in Long Now’s “Conversations at The Interval” series this Tuesday. Andy will talk about the real science of a Mars colonization mission. What would. . .   Read More

Member Discount for “Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art”

by Andrew Warner on October 23rd, 02015

Long Now is proud to be a co-partner with YBCA in showing “Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art”. The film will be shown at 7:30 PM on Thursday October 29 and 2:00 PM on Sunday November 1 at YBCA’s Screening Room. Troublemakers unearths the history of land art, featuring a cadre of renegades who sought […]

James Fallows, “Infrastructure Investment Tricks”

by Andrew Warner on October 20th, 02015

This lecture was presented as part of The Long Now Foundation’s monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking.

Civilization’s Infrastructure
Tuesday, October 6 02015 – San Francisco

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Infrastructure investment tricks – a summary. . .   Read More

Saul Griffith, “Green Infrastructure”

by Andrew Warner on October 3rd, 02015

This lecture was presented as part of The Long Now Foundation’s monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking.

Infrastructure & Climate Change
Monday September 21, 02015 – San Francisco

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Green infrastructure – a summary. . .   Read More

Clock of the Long Now on Display at Deutsches Museum in Munich

by Charlotte Hajer on September 15th, 02015

For the next twelve months, the first prototype of the Clock of the Long Now will be on display at the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany. It forms part of their Welcome to the Anthropocene exhibit – an interactive and multidisciplinary museum experience meant to prompt reflection and discussion about the notion of a ‘human […]

Long Now’s Laura Welcher Speaks in London on September 25, 02015

by Andrew Warner on September 11th, 02015

Long Now London Meetup Friday, September 25, 02015 7:00 PM at Newspeak House 133-135 Bethnal Green Road, E2 7DG, London Languages are works of art, great libraries, how-to guides for living on planet Earth, windows into our minds and inalienable human rights. The Rosetta Project is The Long Now Foundation’s first exploration into very long-term archiving. […]

SALT Summaries Kindle Book Update Available

by Andrew Warner on September 3rd, 02015

Since their inception in 02003, the Seminars About Long-term Thinking have featured over 100 speakers from a wide range of disciplines. Curated by Stewart Brand, each of these Seminars address some aspect of long-term thinking. From the ideas presented and discussed in the live event, he crafts a summary which captures and elucidates these ideas. […]

Sara Seager, “To Find Living Exoplanets”

by Andrew Warner on September 1st, 02015

This lecture was presented as part of The Long Now Foundation’s monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking.

Other Earths. Other Life.
Monday August 10, 02015 – San Francisco

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To find living exoplanets. . .   Read More

Alexander Rose speaking in Portland September 17th

by Andrew Warner on August 31st, 02015

On Thursday, September 17th, Alexander Rose (Executive Director of Long Now) will give a talk on how to design for 10,000 years, including how he approached many of the unique design challenges of The Clock. Thursday, September 17th 5:30 – 7:30 pm Lincoln Recital Hall (PSU) 1620 SW Park Avenue General Admission: $10 Tickets available […]

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