Truth in the trenches

Others say it better than I do, but here goes.There is a sinister agenda, or a war, Russian or otherwise, to undermine the value and reputation of scientific work and knowledge, which is gaining momentum at a frightening rate. Science is being contested by nonsense, and so far it looks as if science is losing.Moreover,... Continue Reading →

Eclipse? Think again!

So you're another one of those sheeple who actually believe that the super hyped solar eclipse is really going to happen, just because “the scientists” said so? Well, think again! Ok, so it's a satirical article, but here's what I would've said if it and the stuff I wrote above was intended to be serious.... Continue Reading →

Growing Up in the Universe — Five Lectures by Richard Dawkins

Growing Up in the Universe “Oxford professor Richard Dawkins presents a series of lectures on life, the universe, and our place in it. With brilliance and clarity, Dawkins unravels an educational gem that will mesmerize young and old alike. Illuminating demonstrations, wildlife, virtual reality, and special guests (including Douglas Adams) all combine to make this... Continue Reading →

Easter Blood Moon: Moon of Doom?

I was urged by a concerned friend to watch this InfoWars YouTube video posted by The Alex Jones Channel, featuring Lee Ann McAdoo, which allegedly "uncovers the potentially prophetic blood moon taking place this Saturday". It goes on to say, "A total lunar eclipse is rare, yet this is the third time we’ve seen a... Continue Reading →

From Big Bang To Black Hole: The Mind Trip

Inspired by the article "Goodbye Big Bang, Hello Black Hole? A New Theory Of The Universe’s Creation" at http://www.universetoday.com, by Elizabeth Howell, on September 18, 2013. I just read an article at Universe Today which, though it was published over a year ago, had so far evaded my attention. It speaks of the possibility that... Continue Reading →

“My God, it’s full of galaxies!”

Our own galaxy, the Milky Way, contains somewhere between 200 billion and 400 billion stars. The Universe, according to Wikipedia, contains more than 170 billion galaxies. According to findings of recent years, most if not all stars have at least one planet orbiting around them. If the average galaxy, to make a semi-educated guess, holds... Continue Reading →

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