This is the last (currently) of some articles I intended as a connected series. If you have the time, you may appreciate visiting the others first (assuming you haven’t already):
- We are a way for the Cosmos to know itself
- Asking the right questions
- Total solar eclipse: coincidence?
- The Antikythera mechanism
This is part 5: When life began there were no Baily’s beads.
I suggested recently that the total solar eclipse may have been responsible for instigating intelligent life on our planet , but, at the time, I hadn’t looked that closely at the numbers.
The window in which a ‘total solar eclipse’ can be seen from the Earth is about 100…
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