Science Category

Why is the Picture of a Black Hole a Big Deal?

. . . the picture not only seizes our imagination if only momentarily, it affirms our faith in the quest to understand . . .

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Review of a Remarkable Little Book “The Atom: A Visual Tour”

We have progressed from seeking the nature of the particles that make up atoms and matter to the realization that there is no such thing. Our understanding today of these fundamental particles is that they are mere ‘excitations’ of enigmatic fields that permeate all of space.

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Stephen Hawking: My Brief Encounter Remains a Lifetime Memory

Professor Hawking was not only curious about the Universe and “the mind of God,” but even about individuals who inhabited one miniscule part of the vastness of space-time.

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Radiation from Extreme Depths of the Universe Reveals a Secret Hidden within the Great Pyramid of Giza

What do the Great Pyramids, cosmic rays, and CT scans have in common? Find out!

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Litvinenko Assassinated by “Nuclear Hit Men”: The Tenth Anniversary

November 4, 2016 What follows is what I posted on the PRWire Service today:   “Polonium poisoning is only one of several ways extremists could engage in nuclear terrorism today.” November 23rd is the tenth anniversary of Alexander Litvinenko’s death. Litvinenko is the Russian ex-secret service operative who, according to United Kingdom authorities, was assassinated […]

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