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REVIEW: A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME by STEPHEN HAWKING

This is not in any way the kind of book that usually frequents my bookshelf. But after Hawking’s recent death I felt compelled to read his most famous work, perhaps to try and better understand the man. 726 more words

Joseph Issa - Minister of Religion Enthused by Science Pleased Pope Settled Biggest Dispute

Eucharistic Minister of the Roman Catholic Church Joe Issa, who is a known science enthusiast, says he is pleased that Pope Francis has settled the biggest dispute between science and religion. 754 more words

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"who stretchest out the heavens like a curtain"

Didn’t think there was a plausible scientific theory other than that of evolution to the expansion of the universe? Think again! In my reading of Psalm 104 this morning, particularly the passage regarding the creation of the universe, the second verse states, ‘ 90 more words

Personally Pressed

Evidence for Earth's Prior Technological Species

If a previous spacefaring species existed in our Solar System, how could we find evidence of it? This is the question that Associate Professor Jason T. 437 more words

Ancient Civilization

Are Environmentalists becoming Fascists?

By Andy May

From Wikipedia:

Fascism /ˈfæʃɪzəm/ is a form of radical authoritarian nationalism, characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition and control of industry and commerce that came to prominence in early 20th-century Europe.

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Climate Change

Is Monument Valley a 35 Million Year Old Landmark?

The United States has many stunning landscapes, particularly in the Southwest part of the country. One of these is the breathtaking Monument Valley on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona and Utah.  598 more words

Ancient Civilization

Feeling Listless? Get A List!

If you’re listless, get a list- any list.

There’s nothing like a series of mini events (or better mini events with sub lists) to energize me. 792 more words

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