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  • 2015 Belmont Stakes Winner American Pharoah
    Primal Urge to Be Liked, to Feel Special: Implications
    Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
How I wonder what you are
Up above the world so high
Like a diamond in the skyThe heart and soul of this beautiful and melodious ditty has captured the imagination of many of us, young and old, today as it did in the...
  • Starlight, star bright, how far-away tonight
    Starlight, star bright, how far-away tonight
    Since light travels at a known rate at about 186,000 miles per second, how could incredibly far-away starlight have reached earth in just one day specifically, day 4 (Genesis 1:15) of the Creation week?With God nothing is impossible, because He...
  • nebula in deep space
    Astrology - Science or Myth?
    After investigating best places to view the cosmos from the glow of Los Angeles, it is hard to imagine how much the sky has changed since the first celestial observations in history. Surely it is not the same sky we see today. Every day the stars...
  • "Zombie stars'
    NASA space telescope sees possible X-ray 'screams' from zombie stars
    It sounds like something from a bad sci-fi movie, but a NASA space telescope has detected what might be the X-ray “screams” from dead (zombie) stars, astronomers announced yesterday, April 29, 2015.The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope...
  • Are Stars forming today
    Are Stars forming today
    The question is : Are stars forming today? Have astronomers actually seen stars forming through their telescopes. No! No one has ever witnessed a new star "turn on". But there has been stars that became supernovas. But Genesis 1:16-19...
  • The comet Lulin is seen through the trees at Shenandoah National Park  February 23, 2009
    International Dark Sky Week inspires thoughtfulness and conservation
    Tomorrow night, Apr. 19, wraps up a weeklong celebration of stargazing, one of one of the most novel, thoughtful, inspired natural ideas to spring up in the 21st century.Called International Dark Sky Week, it celebrates real stars, and was thought...
  • God made the stars
    God made the stars
    God made the stars the same day He created the sun and the moon in our solar system on the fourth day of creation week (Genesis 1:16). Our sun which is a medium size star is the center of our solar system. Whether or not the Earth is the...
  • Binary stars made close call with outer Solar System in ancient past
    Binary stars made close call with outer Solar System in ancient past
    A recently discovered nearby binary star system has been tracked backwards to a near collision with our own Solar System, astronomers are saying. The pair came so close they grazed the outer edge of the Solar System, skimming that comet-heavy belt...
  • Our own solar system proves the earth is young
    Our own solar system proves the earth is young
    There has been much controversy between creationists and evolutionists concerning the true age of our universe as well as the earth itself. Creationists, of which this writer is one, have the Holy Bible as our source of information. However, the...
  • He made the stars also
    He made the stars also
    The Bible reveals that there are an enormous number of stars (Hebrews 11:12) and they are all "named" by their Creator (Psalm 147:4) and are part of the signs of the heavens (Genesis 1:14-16). These stars are not randomly scattered...
  • Socrates and Rusty nurse Twinkie back to health.
    Oz on Film Part Eighty-five: The First T.V. Series of Oz, Part Thirty-six
    More as-yet unseen Tales of the Wizard of Oz include:"The O.N.": Dandy is witness to the breakout of hostilities between two communities of Munchkins, apparently over an incident involving a seesaw. Informed by the Lion, the Wizard...
  • Collabro Stars album cover
    A Conversation With Collabro
    It is a thrill to welcome English supergroup Collabro to Examiner.com!Michael Auger, Richard Hadfield, Jamie Lambert, Matt Pagan and Thomas J. Redgrave captured the world’s attention when they showed off their impeccable harmonies when they...
  • Join the stars - help our veterans.
    Join the stars - help our veterans.
    The Super Bowl is over for 2015 and the Oscar’s are on their way. But there is something exciting happening in Burbank, California and you are invited. On Wednesday, February 4th between the hours of 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM there will be a rare...
  • Useful resources for elementary astronomy study
    Useful resources for elementary astronomy study
    Could your science use a burst of out-of-this-world excitement? Take your studies up a notch with a unit on astronomy! Children will be fascinated to learn about the universe around our little planet. With a combination of informative resources...
  • Pareidolia - Pictures in the sky
    Pareidolia - Pictures in the sky
    If one can find a dark place – not a somewhat dim place near houselights and streetlights, not a kind of dark place where one can still see their glow – a truly dark place with no human made light at all, no reflected city light, and...
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