Sun 2nd December
10:45 am - 12:45 pm
Maths is often seen as a bunch of rules to follow so to find the right answers. But often mathematicians make up new rules and explore new world that emerges from those rules. In our talk this month, Florian Bouyer is going to take us back to the basics and define addition again, but in two new unexpected ways. This introduction to number theory will lead us into the world of cryptography: how do you communicate with your bank on-line with the knowledge no one else can steal your information?
We also have our usual assortment of excitement (songs, readings, trying your best, tea and cake), so come along and join in the fun!
On top of all that, we have some special guests at our December assembly next weekend who would like your help!
Researchers from Coventry University, in collaboration with the University of Oxford, are conducting research on the effects of taking part in Sunday Assemblies on members who attend.
If you would like to take part in this fascinating research, please arrive at the Trinity Centre between 10:30 and 10:45 for the assembly on Sunday 2nd December, so that they have time to explain the study and conduct the pre-Assembly questionnaire!
Our aim at all Sunday Assembly events is to be radically inclusive. That means that really anyone is welcome to any Sunday Assembly in the world. We’ll do our best to not make you feel singled out or treated differently, but we are human so are likely to err, so please feel like you can message us and let us know if we did anything wrong. There’s a good chance you may feel challenged (to be a better person hopefully!).
Kids are always welcome at Sunday Assembly events, and events at the Trinity Centre are wheelchair accessible and we try and make events at other sites accessible too.