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Unformatted text preview: ISP209s8 Lecture 26-1- Today • Announcements: – The last homework assignment, #11, is due by Wednesday April 16 at 8:00 am – Final extra Credit Project – “What was interesting” will be due Wednesday April 23 at 8:00 am – Exam #3 is next Thursday, April 24th • How much can we know? • Mystics, Astrology, etc. ISP209s8 Lecture 26-2- Are there things beyond science? • Consciousness? • Astrology • ESP • Ghosts • Religion – Can we prove or disprove the existence of God (s)? ISP209s8 Lecture 26-3- Electrotelepathy • Demonstration • There will be plenty of things we don’t understand that will seem like magic. ISP209s8 Lecture 26-4- Astrology • The study of the influence of the stars goes back to at least 4000 B.C. • There are Hindu, Egyptian, Chinese and Babylonian versions • We are most familiar with the Babylonian/Greek version based on a sun sign and location of the moon and planets at the time of a person birth. • Individual horoscopes older than 400 B.C. have not been found. • The sky is divided into 12 regions. These correspond to the signs of the zodiac. ISP209s8 Lecture 26-5- Clicker Questions My opinion of astrology is: A). I believe in it and have use it to help make at least one decision in my life. B). I believe in it but mostly use it for entertainment. C). I am skeptical but think it has some validity. D). I don’t believe in it at all. ISP209s8 Lecture 26-6- Sun Sign (e.g. Taurus) I know what my sign is: A). True B). False C). I don’t know if I know ISP209s8 Lecture 26-7- Sun Signs – Zodiac ISP209s8 Lecture 26-8- The Disk of Chevroches ISP209s8 Lecture 26-9- A Reading Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio Sagittarius Capricorn Aquarius Pisces Earth Zodiac 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ISP209s8 Lecture 26-10- Influences ISP209s8 Lecture 26-11- Tropical Zodiac vs Sidereal Zodiac Dates Sidereal Sun Sign 15-Apr to 15-May Aries (Mesham) 16-May to 15-Jun Taurus (Vrishabham) 16-Jun to 15-Jul Gemini (Mithunam) 16-Jul to 15-Aug Cancer (Karkatakam) 16-Aug to 15-Sep Leo (Simham)...
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