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Universally Educational

Rose Eveleth’s article wonderfully illustrates the benefits of collaboration for a plethora of purposes. The American Museum of Natural History held it’s first hackathon this past Friday at the Hayden Planetarium where dozens of developers and hackers created tools using an astronomical amount of data. 199 more words

Passionately Curious - Living on the Edge

The universe is weird. Like, really friggin’ weird. There are things like a cosmic speed limit and magical buzz words like ‘Dark Matter’ and ‘Dark Energy’, and a plethora of other strange and mysterious subjects that even those who work on them their entire lives might never truly understand. 1,403 more words

WB Column


Is God all powerful? Does he have limitless capability to accomplish whatever he chooses? Is God omnipotent?

The short answer is yes.

Matthew 19:26 informs us that “with God all things are possible.” In Genesis 18:14, God rhetorically asks, “Is anything too difficult for Yahweh?” Likewise in Jeremiah 32:27 – “Behold, I am Yahweh, the God of all flesh; is anything too difficult for me?” Job was finally able to confess in Job 42:2, “I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted.” 561 more words


Beyond Our Horizon

The most basic truth of reality is that our existence is a fairly unimportant factor in the universe. The perspective of life here on earth and within our own minds lends us a significance not represented in the greatest realizations of our keenest intellects. 698 more words