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  • 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...
  • Tampa's YouTube celebrities: stars of the automotive world
    Tampa's YouTube celebrities: stars of the automotive world
    YouTube celebrities are considered more popular than Hollywood celebrities these days, but did you know that several of YouTube's most famous niche stars reside here in Tampa Bay? More specifically, four girls from Tampa have become a staple...
  • Winter Solstice
    Solstice: Holidays of the Heavens
    In ancient times people were amazed by the enormity and beauty of the heavens. People observed the movement of the moon, the sun and the stars. They noticed that things were always shifting in the skies.Many of the oldest of the celebrations...
  • The Heavens declare
    The Heavens declare the glory of the Creator
    "The heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament sheweth his handywork" (Psalm 19:1). This verse of Scripture has been a favorite of many who recognize God's Creatorship. The very vastness of space "declares" His...
  • Jussi Rynnas makes his first regular season start for the Stars tonight
    Stars shake things up on the goal line vs the Detroit Red Wings
    The Stars have decided to give Kari Lehtonen the night off in tonight's tilt against the Detroit Red Wings. But the regular backup, Anders Lindback, cleared waivers and has been assigned to the Texas Stars of the AHL. In his stead, Jussi...
  • This is an illustration of water in our Solar System through time from before the Sun's birth through the creation of the planets.
    New study finds water predated stars
    Water from interstellar space existed as ice before the Earth’s Sun ever formed about 4.5 billion years ago and before any other stars existed. This is the conclusion drawn from an analysis of isotopic content of water contained in comets...
  • Starry Eyed Weekly Horoscopes by Madeleine Smither
    Starry-Eyed Weekly Horoscopes for Sept. 15-21
    Pluto in Retrograde — When the planet of Death and Transformation moon-walks through our solar system, we are asked to purge outmoded habits, patterns and attitudes from our lives. We have a little over a week left to do the internal house...
  • Starry-Eyed Weekly Horoscopes
    Starry-Eyed weekly horoscopes
    Mercury in Libra — When the planet of thought and communication studies in the sign of balance and harmony, our words and ideals aim for fairness and diplomacy. It’s a good time to weigh options and make decisions for the benefit of a...