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The Exhibit
The exhibit includes 95 collapsing A-frame easels with the panels mounted.  They are stored and transported in an 18 foot trailer and pulled by a truck or SUV.  The trailer also contains tools, spare parts and an instruction manual for set-up and take-down.

Three exhibits are available for loan.  One is in the SF Bay Area, the second in the state of Vermont and the third in Switzerland. For more information on the exhibit in Europe contact “

For more information and loan details for the US contact Geoff Ainscow at “”

This is what people say about the exhibit.

Fifteen Billion Years in the Life . . A breathtaking, vibrantly illustrated history of the universe. “A valuable new way to conceive of the immensity of geological time and of organic evolution that has occurred within it. It has broad appeal to the public and will be a useful guide for science educators as well.”–E. O. Wilson.

“My Walk Through Time was an unforgettable experience, awe-inspiring, and humbling…rich in scientific fact and unexpectedly, exquisite humor.”–Jane Goodall.

The Book
A Walk Through Time: From Stardust to Us–The Evolution of Life on Earth by Sidney Liebes, Elisabet Sahtouris and Brian Swimme (Oct 1, 1998)
Purchase at Amazon for $22

direct link to buy the book on

A Walk Through Time is a landmark book, gorgeously illustrating the remarkable drama of the history of the universe, from the furious blast of the Big Bang to the first pulse of life on Earth, and on through the rich pageant of life’s evolution from primordial microbes to the rise of Homo sapiens. Spanning 15 billion years, the story of life’s greatest mysteries emerges here through 130 beautiful four-color illustrations and an absorbing narrative. Combining the knowledge of three expert authors, the text covers the most up-to-date findings, including new understandings about how the universe coalesced into galaxies and planets; how microscopic animals can survive in such super-heated environments as deep-sea vents and inside the Earth’s core, and the possibility that water came to our planet from space in the form of millions of tiny comets. A Walk Through Time gives readers a new perspective on awe-inspiring processes that produced us and our place in the universe.

The Exhibit online
Every panel with text and illustrations is available online at this url 

The iPhone App – A sample of version 1.0 is now available in the Apple App Store.
This version covers the first 500 million years of Earth history and is a free download.

Take a preview of the app by watching the following three short videos.

short demo of the prototype (2.30 minutes)

Mini-Movie Big Bang to 4600 MYA (2 minutes)


Mini-Movie 4500 MYA (2 minutes)


We would like your comments and feedback after using the app.  To complete the app we need your resources, talent, creativity, inspiration and enthusiasm.  If you would like to be part of this adventure contact us, we’d love to hear from you.

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