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  •  Vegetation is quickly drying in warm weather in Griffith Park on March 29, 2015 in Los Angeles, California
    Global warming fight breaks out on the right
    The global warming debate has been raging for almost two decades. However, an interesting subset over the climate wars has developed on the right. Recently, in the pages of Reason, Ronald Bailey opined that the science is really settled and human...
  • Make Ecocide the fifth crime against peace
    Make Ecocide the fifth crime against peace
    Ecocide is the destruction of large areas of the natural environment especially as a result of deliberate human action. The natural world is the basis of life and without fulfilling our trustee relationship with that world, we die. Unfortunately,...
  • Asteroid in White Dwarf System
    Conference of space experts hopes to find a way to save Earth from asteroids
    For most, asteroids probably seem like a distant danger; even the ones that are considered Near Earth Objects don’t often come much closer than 100,000 miles. However, a group of scientists and space experts gathered at the International...
  • This Island Earth
    This Island Earth
    In the vastness of space our planet is just a speck but it is our island in the sea of emptiness in space. The Earth is unique among the other planets in our solar system that some people take it for granted and do not even think about our planet...
  • "End of Autumn" by Alma thomas (1968, acrylic and graphite on canvas)
    Alma Thomas' Earthly drawings and paintings on view at Chelsea gallery
    “Man’s highest inspirations come from nature. A world without color would seem dead. Color is life. Light is the mother of color. Light reveals to us the spirit and the living soul of the world through colors.”That was the...
  • Why call me Earth
    Why call me Earth
    Atheists and evolutionists who deny and say there is no God (Psalm 14:1) that created everything (John 1:3),(Colossians 1:16), cannot deny the planet they are living on is called Earth. Just ask anybody living on this planet today, who are...
  • "Seven Billion Light Years I" (2014) by Subodh Gupta
    Subodh Gupta illustrates 'Seven Billion Light Years' at Chelsea gallery
    Hauser & Wirth’s Chelsea location is currently presenting an intriguing collection of sculptures, paintings, installations, and film by Subodh Gupta for the exhibition Seven Billion Light Years. Throughout his career, the New Delhi-based...
  • 'Pixels'
    'Pixels' comedy movie coming to theaters this summer
    Ready to enter the game?Columbia Pictures, 1492 Pictures and Happy Madison Productions have teamed up and it’s game on! Pixels is an upcoming film that brings the classics home in the new 3D science fiction comedy film starring Adam Sandler,...
  • Rock Hall Anniversary: Earth, Wind & Fire
    Rock Hall Anniversary: Earth Wind & Fire’s That’s The Way of the World
    These days, That’s the Way of the World is mainly known as the landmark album for Earth, Wind & Fire.But it was also a soundtrack for a movie of the same name. Directed by Sig Shore (best known for the movie Superfly), and starring...
  • Earth Day Film Series includes Speciesism:  The Movie
    Earth Day Film Series includes Speciesism: The Movie
    The Earth Day Film Series is coming to San Francisco's Koret Auditorium on Tuesday, April 21st and Thursday, April 23rd, 2015. The event will include speakers from the SF Vegetarian Society, as well as David Smugar, animal rights advocate. The...
  • Earth, looking down at Western Hemisphere
    Origin of universe and life
    One can speculate without end about the origin of the universe, the earth, and life. That is all evolutionary astronomers and biologists do. Any model of the origin of these things, must explain what they are like today. No one can do this, who...
  • Earth as seen by Apollo 17
    Saudi cleric states the Earth is the center of the universe and does not move
    In the West, scientists often lament the disconnect between public perception vs. scientific truth on a variety of issues, ranging from evolution to vaccinations, according to a recent poll cited by National Geographic. That problem is nothing...
  • Jupiter Ascending
    Review: 'Jupiter Ascending' descends into obscurity
    “Jupiter Ascending” is a recent foray into the science fiction realm which stars Mila Kunis as an ordinary cleaning woman named Jupiter Jones who is destined for greater. The film focuses on an intergalactic battle amongst three royal...
  • 2004 BL86
    Large asteroid, 2004 BL86, to cruise past Earth at safe distance
    Get your telescopes and binoculars ready, because there may not be a better chance to see an asteroid zoom closer to Earth in this decade. Between Monday at sundown until the early hours of Tuesday morning, an asteroid as wide as the length of six...
  • Planets beyond Pluto: Possible two more planets past that of Pluto, big find
    Planets beyond Pluto: Evidence of more planets in solar system, outsizing Earth
    Are there planets beyond Pluto, just waiting to be discovered? New research organized by British and Spanish scientists this week has revealed potential evidence of at least two additional planets might be far away in our solar system. According...
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