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When I was young, one of my favorite videogames was “Civilizations”.
The aim of the game was to develop a technological civilization starting from the “Stone Age”. 270 more words


The Secret of Sinkholes And Why They Happen.

Have you had any sinkholes appearing in your area? There have been a huge number appearing all across the world for no apparent reason, and you could be driving along a road and suddenly the whole thing collapses in front of you. 96 more words


Detection of Terrestrial Planet Candidate in a Temperate Orbit about Proxima Centauri

Proxima Centauri is the closest star to our Solar System. At 4.24 light years distant, it is the closest of a triple star system called the Alpha Centauri system comprising of two Sun-like stars at a distance of 4.38 light years, and Proxima Centauri, a red dwarf star residing about two trillion kilometres or a little under 0.2 light years closer to us, and in orbit of its two companions. 3,971 more words

Cosmic Perspectives


It is a very strange time I am in currently and not a very good one if I say so myself.

There are just so many things up in the air and each of these I have little information about and simply do not know what is going to happen. 2,091 more words

Where are the aliens? New theory emerges as to why we haven't found E.T. yet

Are we alone in the universe? It’s a question that’s been on the minds of astronomers and philosophers for hundreds of years. But if we’re not alone, where is everyone? 612 more words


A Skeptic's Guide to Life In the Universe

This article first appeared as a Vic Skeptics discussion pamphlet and again here in December 2010.
The full range of our discussion pamphlets can be downloaded from our  1,496 more words

Skeptical Article - Vic Skeptics

Life in the Universe Science Curriculum From SETI

Mark Seeger founded Mission Motorcycles, which designed fast, Internet-connected, electric motorcycles. Outside of his work with Mission Motorcycles and other ventures, Mark Seeger is interested in astronomy and space. 137 more words

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