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A New Gold Mine of Baby Galaxies

How many of you love to watch the stars? To all of you who have never tried it I really recommend you the experience. You do not need a telescope or something fancy. 171 more words

Learn

How Small?!

This is my first ever blog post, so bear with me while I familiarise myself with the conventions of blogging and develop my personal writing style.  616 more words

Heliocentric Model

The Vedic Texts The Fifth Level of Learning . . . long but so informative. What do you think? ~J

“The Wes Penre Papers”
The Vedic Texts
The Fifth Level of Learning
[http://wespenre.com]

Thanks to J and D. 

The Fifth Level of Learning Paper #16: … 13,309 more words

Ascension

EXPERIMENT

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Place a droplet of water on a surface and it will bunch up, take on the shape of a half sphere. 881 more words

Perspective

Some Interesting Science Facts You May or May Not Know

Being the science buff that I am, I thought it would be fun to assemble a few basic science facts you may or may have not known. 881 more words

Gary Nolan

The Observable Universe

It is extremely difficult for humans to wrap our minds around how big the universe is. Even when we think we can maybe understand it, the more we discover and learn, the more mysterious and seemingly larger it becomes. 168 more words

Astro201

Embracing The Other Within Us

Many of us look out at the universe and think, Wow, it’s so vast, so big. Upon seeing the vastness of outer space, immediately we say, “It makes me feel so small.” Why do so many of us resonate with that sentiment? 426 more words

Perspective