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Should I stay or should I go?

When I first saw the teaser trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, I knew it was a movie that I wanted to see. It was a simple trailer in terms of special effects and action, but it spoke deeply and directly to the audience. 2,053 more words


Evolution, The Second Law of Thermodynamics, and Christian Apologetics

… walk into a bar … no, wait, that’s not what I wanted to say … but if you come up with a good punch line, let me know. 1,463 more words


Oachitas & Ozarks, Part I

Instead of Friday Foto Talk this week, I’m pausing to do something I haven’t done in quite some time.  If you haven’t been reading this blog for long, you probably think I only do posts on photography.   1,851 more words

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New discovery sheds light on the forming brain

The cerebral cortex, which controls higher processes such as perception, thought and cognition, is the most complex structure in the mammalian central nervous system. Although much is known about the intricate structure of this brain region, the processes governing its formation remain uncertain. 443 more words


Drought Persists in the American Southwest

Acquired November 18, 2014

Acquired November 18, 2014 download large image (779 KB, PNG, 3150×2100)

Earth Observatory

According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, 11 of the past 14 years have been drought years in the American Southwest. 632 more words

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The Perfect Storm