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ASU's Krauss hails discovery, which he predicted, as important as the invention of the telescope

Everything shifted this morning.

In the 100th-anniversary year of Einstein’s theory of relativity, scientists announced they have proved it.

Using a stunning display of technological prowess, a group of physicists measured gravitational waves, a ripple in the fabric of space caused by the collision of two immense objects far out in the universe. 1,122 more words

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Australian Skeptics Convention 2016 - Melbourne

We are proud to announce that Melbourne will host the annual Convention in 2016.

November 25-27

The main venue will be the Carillo Gantner Theatre… 48 more words

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In the Year 2525: Big Science, Big History, and the Far Future of Humanity | Richard Dawkins Foundation

Hosted by Michael Shermer May 29–31, 2015 At Caltech’s Beckman Auditorium Confirmed speakers Richard Dawkins, Jared Diamond, Lawrence Krauss, Esther Dyson, John McWhorter,

Source: In the Year 2525: Big Science, Big History, and the Far Future of Humanity | Richard Dawkins Foundation

A compilation of non-believers

A compilation of non-believers discussing Islam. Leave a lot to think about:

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What Are Gravitational Waves and Why Are They Important?

Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss had the science world buzzing with a January 11th tweet saying that “independent sources” have confirmed the discovery of gravitational waves at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) experiment. 710 more words
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God speaks

This is Part 6 of my personal reflection series My quest – 30 years and counting. You can read my introduction here.

God is in the business of saving souls. 593 more words

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