I’ve been invited to deliver the 2013 Summerhays Lecture (on science and religion) for BYU’s College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
It will be in the auditorium of the Joseph Smith Building, toward the southern end of the BYU campus, at 7 PM.
I have two worries, beyond concern about the lecture itself. (I have a title — “Hearing Cosmic Harmony Again” — and I know what I want to say. It’s just a matter of getting the time to do it, and to do it as well as I want to do it.)
My first worry is parking. There’s precious little of it at the south end of campus. So, if you plan to come, please arrive early and allow time for a pleasant autumn evening stroll.
My second worry is that you might not be planning to come. The JSB auditorium is a pretty cavernous space, and I don’t want to be all alone in it. So please come. And drag along as many others as you can. They don’t have to listen or be interested; I only care about their bodies.