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Growth of the Walk Through Time

Completed and Committed Appearances

  • 1999 Parliament of World Religions {South Africa}
  • Singapore Science Centre
    Click here to see winners from the Science Centre WTT essay context!
  • Summer Celebration 1999 - Stanford Research Institute (SRI), Menlo Park, California 
  • Presidio Earth Day 1999 Festival, San Francisco, California 
  • Contra Costa Earth Day 1999, Concord, California 
  • Earth Tech 2000, San Jose, California 
  • University of Alaska, Achorage
    Read the article from the Alaska Daily News
  • Stanford University, Palo Alto, California 
  • University of Chicago, IL
  • Illinois Math and Science Academy
  • San Jose Tech Museum of Innovation
  • Pacific Grove, California. The Museum of Natural Science and community of Monterey Peninsula
  • Institute of Noetic Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri 
  • Earth Week Celebration, Palo Alto, California 
  • Trust for the Future Descendents Day {TN}
  • Society of Organizational Learning Practitioners Conference
  • State of the World Forum
  • SRI International, Menlo Park, CA
  • Crystal Springs Uplands School, Hillsborough, CA
  • NASA/Ames Research Center, Mountain View, CA
  • Gordon Research Origin of Life Conference
  • City of Corvallis, OR
  • City of Palo Alto, CA
  • Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA
  • Presidio Trust, San Francisco, CA
  • HP Labs Palo Alto, Bristol, Japan
  • HP, Greeley, CO
  • HP Singapore
  • HP Germany
  • HP Components Group
Inquiries on the Walk
  • 2000 Olympics {Sydney, Australia}
  • Worldís Fair 2000 {Germany}
  • Rotary International Annual Convention
  • Stanford Linear Accelerator
  • City of Belleville, Ontario, Canada
  • International Friendship Festival {CA}
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences {Beijing}
  • American Society of Microbiology Annual Meeting
  • University of Regina, Canada
  • Idaho State Convention of Math and Science Teachers
  • Silicon Valley Commonwealth Club
  • Long Beach Unitarian Church
  • HP sites: Vancouver, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Germany, Scotland
  • Friends of the Foundation for Global Community: Germany, Switzerland
Walk Through Time Book Book
  • The Walk Through Time Book is out!  Published by John Wiley and Sons, the book is now available for only $25 through the HP Company store!

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Additions to the Walk

  • The generous folks in Corvallis, OR donated the easel mounts they custom made when the Walk was featured there.
  • One of the participants at the State of the World Forum added the following panel text after taking the Walk.  This panel is now a permanent part of the exhibit. "We know so much ... and yet we know so little. This presentation is bordered by the mystery of source and future destiny. It is a representation of our present knowledge, based on facts and logic. It is presented with awareness that knowledge and meaning evolve in an ever-expanding living process. We know so much, and yet at each ascending spiral, realize we know so little. [Jonathan Granoff, after experiencing the Walk.]
  • At the invitation of HPL and the Foundation for Global Community, Greeley employees who felt that the scientific view of the evolution of life depicted in the Walk contradicted their own deeply held views of creation have added the following panel to the exhibit. "The information contained within the Walk Through Time is based on the theory of evolution. And yet, Hewlett-Packard recognizes that there are many other understandings for how life began on Earth. The purpose of the Walk is not to prescribe any one such understanding. It is rather to stimulate a sense of awe and wonder, and a commitment to the future. No single theory stands alone and unchallenged. Nor should science and religion be asked to validate or invalidate each other."
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