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  • Chandra
    NASA's Chandra Observatory celebrates fifteen years of space exploration
    One and a half decade ago, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory was launched into space aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. Since its deployment on July 23, 1999, Chandra has helped revolutionize our understanding of the universe through its...
  • NASA Hubble telescope
    NASA's Hubble telescope provides the most colorful picture of the universe
    The universe does not stop amazing us: Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have assembled a comprehensive picture of the evolving universe – among the most colorful deep space images ever captured by the 24-year-old telescope...
  • Astgronomers Discover two Black Holes
    Astronomers Discover Multiple Black Holes in Distant Galaxy
    Black holes, whose very existence was first predicted by Einstein's theory of general relativity nearly a century ago, are the strangest objects in the universe. Thought to be produced when a super-giant star much larger than our Sun explodes...
  • Deep space exploration of the beginnings of the universe
    BICEP2 discovery tells the story of our universe: part 2
    Stories passed down about our history possess a power to unite us and inspire us, even when there's no proof the events actually happened. Sometimes myths become reality when we find evidence that the stories are actually true.Recently,...
  • Evil doppelgangers may have populated universe before big bang, says cosmologist
    Evil doppelgangers may have populated universe before big bang, says cosmologist
    Cosmetologists recently uncovered an image of the universe seconds before the big bang, says the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s peer reviewed journal Science on April 1. The discovery came from Tachyonic Retrospective...
  • Possible Worlds
    Robert Lepage's 'Possible Worlds' screens at TIFF Bell Lightbox
    The boundary between cinema and theatre is a tricky one, but something that Canadian Robert Lepage has pretty much gotten the hang of. "Possible Worlds" (2000), based on John Mighton's 1990 play of the same name, screened on March 29...
  • Big Bang waves: A discovery that's not easy to understand, but of great scientific value!
    Big Bang waves: Gravitational waves discovered, just as Einstein predicted
    Big Bang waves is a new discovery that brings with it a greater understanding on how the universe expanded in a fraction of as second after the Big Bang. This latest find also shows that Albert Einstein was a man way ahead of his time. He said...
  • NSSA Hubble
    NASA's Hubble telescope still delivers amazing pictures of the universe
    NASA's Hubble telescope has provided some of the most amazing pictures of the universe: In celebration of the 24th anniversary of the launch of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have captured infrared-light images of a churning...
  • Milky Way Galaxy -- One of the Seven in the Master Universe
    Carl Sagan, The Universe and the Urantia Book
    Carl Sagan was an American astronomer, astrochemist, author (1934 – 1996), as well as an expert in astrophysics and other natural sciences. Carl Sagan was also a consultant/adviser to NASA since the 1950's and briefed the Apollo...
  • "Cythere" by Patricia Wersinger
    Artists explore 'Other Worlds' in new group exhibition
    A new group show in Chelsea will open your eyes to each artist’s unique stretch of his and her imagination. Curated by artist Jill Slaymaker, the show is titled Other Worlds. The artists in this show present paintings, photography, and other...
  • NASA
    NASA discovers 715 new planets
    Our universe becomes more and more complex, barely explainable with human scientific methods: NASA's Kepler mission announced Wednesday the discovery of 715 new planets. These newly-verified worlds orbit 305 stars, revealing multiple-planet...
  • Feeling God's Wonder
    5 important questions
    As you move through life, do you wonder about that which you cannot see?Does your belief system energize or debilitate your existence? The school of thought you live by affects your wellbeing. According to Inspired-personal-development.com, there...
  • Science Daily: A profile of Ceres
    Science Daily: A profile of Ceres
    On Jan. 1, 1801, the largest asteroid and the only dwarf planet in the inner solar system, Ceres, was discovered by Giueseppe Piazzi in Sicily, an Italian Catholic priest and mathematician. Ceres was named after the Roman Goddess of growing plants...
  • What is my purpose in life? Are you asking Spirit?
    Are you asking the Universe, “What is my purpose in life?”
    One of my favorite questions to ask the Universe is, “What is my purpose in life?” When we ask Spirit any question with intention and expectation, the Universe responds. When we don’t ask the questions, the Universe shakes things...
  • Indie Music Mondays: Through The Music Hole
    Indie Music Mondays: December 2nd, 2013 - Through the Music Hole
    Morgan Freeman's Through the Wormhole on the Science Channel is my new favorite show. This past Saturday, after fulfilling my familial holiday duties, I vegged out all afternoon watching episode after episode. Essentially, the show explores...