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“May the Force be with you.”
This sentence is undoubtedly one of the most famous sentences in film history. But what about this mysterious power in Star Wars, which is said to have a great influence on the intellectually weak? Can you mentally influence other people? How can Luke Skywalker move objects with the power of his thoughts? Could telekinesis really exist, perhaps even in our galaxy? And why did George Lucas in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace disenchant the mystical Force by introducing the Midi-Chlorians?
Hubert Zitt will answer these and other questions in his lecture about the FORCE. He will also discuss the influence of the Jedi Knights and their wisdom on real life and thus the question of why there are people who claim to have Jediism as their religion.
Lecturer: Hubert ZittDuration: 60 min - The Lecture will be held in: german
Dr. Hubert Zitt
studied electrical engineering and works as a lecturer in computer science at the Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences on campus Zweibrücken. In addition to his "normal" teaching activities Hubert Zitt
became known throughout Germany (and beyond) through his Star Trek
Together with Gene Roddenberry jr., the son of the Star Trek
inventor, Zitt wrote the preface to the book Star Trek in Germany
"in 2008. In autumn 2008 he taught "Physics of Star Trek
" as a regular course over an entire semester at a university in San Antonio, Texas.
In the meantime, Hubert Zitt
has already given more than 300 Star Trek
lectures and participated in several television shows about Star Trek
. He has been a regular guest at FedCon
since 2005 and was honoured by his agency "5-Sterne-Redner" for 2012 with the award "Most extraordinary speaker of the year".
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