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Tagged > Galaxy
THREAD AstronomyOur Home
11 Posts • 6382 Views
Science & Technology Forum
For various reasons - our relative small size being the most obvious - we do not feel the effects of the speed at which we travel. Perhaps you understand that we are in constant motion relative to our...
THREAD Life & DeathVoluntary Human Extinction Movement
233 Posts • 115820 Views
Philosophy Forum
When you think of how big the universe is with estimations of hundreds of billions of Galaxies and each Galaxy containing hundreds of billions of stars and each star having a chance of planets revolvi...
THREAD God in ReligionDoes GOD Not Existed?
171 Posts • 34019 Views
Religion Forum
be30mple - how can you believe in an omnibenevolent, omnipotent and omniscient being when there's so much evil around you? Decius, please tell 11 million holocaust victims that they are incon...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyBlack Holes
25 Posts • 8118 Views
Science & Technology Forum
Random House Webster College Dictionary The arch or vault of heaven; sky . Firmament in the midst of the waters According to Relativity, light emitted by the sun should circumnavigate the unive...
THREAD Reality & MetaphysicsDoes Time Even Exist?
85 Posts • 25738 Views
Philosophy Forum
One second has be defined as such The natural resonance frequency of the cesium atom, 9,192,631,770Hz. Basically meaning We use this atom in order to keep all our clocks in sync. This allows for be...
THREAD Time and Absolute Zero
52 Posts • 11242 Views
Philosophy Forum
viGYAna, have you forgotten about gravity? You can't freeze gravity, you can't make it stop, you can't even slow it down, if an etire galaxy was to stop moving.... wait a sec, no. It ca...
THREAD Society & Sociologywhy is suicide frowned on???
85 Posts • 21219 Views
Psychology Forum
I think individuals who feel that suicide is "wrong" have a self-elevated sense of themselves within the universe. From a macro-universal perspective, it's really insignificant if an an...
THREAD FuturologyTheory of Predictibility of Evolution
36 Posts • 9265 Views
Philosophy Forum
Well there's evolution of the universe, and plain old evolution on earth, we only know of one place in the evolution of the universe where the unique conditions arise, for plant animal human life...
THREAD Reality & MetaphysicsDoes Time Even Exist?
85 Posts • 25738 Views
Philosophy Forum
I may be wrong but im sure that a compass will just spin round and round in space, the milky way doesnt appear to be one mass like the earth, hmm and i've never heard of any magnetic poles in spa...
THREAD Paranormal & PseudoscienceTime Paradoxes disproved
13 Posts • 3699 Views
Science & Technology Forum
yet if we had a powerful enough telescope, we can peer into a far away galaxy, through all the dust and gas, to a star, to its planets, thru its atmostphere to an advanced being of some sort eating an...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
Science & Technology Forum
4 March 2013 IC 1805: The Heart Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Terry Hancock Sprawling across almost 200 light-years, emission nebula IC 1805 is a mix of glowing interstellar gas and dark...
THREAD Reality & MetaphysicsWhy do we exist?
83 Posts • 54850 Views
Philosophy Forum
I wouldn't be surprised if a super old civilization from another galaxy came close by on an experimental quest. Find the nearest capable and/or habitable planet even at a molecular level and star...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
Science & Technology Forum
12 January 2013 Ten Billion Earths Illustration Credit: NASA, F. Fressin (Harvard CfA) How common are Earth-sized planets? Quite common, according to extrapolations from new data taken by NASA&#...
THREAD There will never be a timemachine.
32 Posts • 7269 Views
Philosophy Forum
Considering the forum debate that time isnt an inherent quality already built into the universe, then the only notion of time for me is distance, and how much further we would have to rotate through s...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
Science & Technology Forum
11 December 2012 NGC 604: Giant Stellar Nursery Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA; Processing - Donald Waid Stars are sometimes born in the midst of chaos. About 3 million years ago...
THREAD Alternative Beliefsreal or just a myth?
57 Posts • 15594 Views
Religion Forum
dr. suess; what I was stating that today people see aliens as proof that life exist on other planets which is the basic primise of the Sci-Fi "StarGate", correct? aliens go back as far as t...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
Science & Technology Forum
11 February 2013 N11: Star Clouds of the LMC Image Credit: NASA, ESA, J. Lake (Pomfret School Massive stars, abrasive winds, mountains of dust, and energetic light sculpt one of the largest and...
THREAD Life & DeathLife, Already Planned?
62 Posts • 20658 Views
Philosophy Forum
Ok all... Let this sink into your heads.... The two sides of the spectrum of life is just this: Bacteria V.S. Humans (and or animals) It is scientifically proven that we have evolved from ba...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
Science & Technology Forum
8 October 2012 Spherical Planetary Nebula Abell 39 Image Credit & Copyright: Adam Block, Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter, University of Arizona Ghostly in appearance, Abell 39 is a remarkably simple, s...
THREAD Nothing but the...
3 Posts • 1735 Views
Philosophy Forum
Witt, Your premise is presumptuous, debatably improvable, and therefore untenable. There is no known certainty of any actual boundaries. No science has yet determined the source of anything let alon...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyGod FOUND by Scientists!
6 Posts • 3158 Views
Science & Technology Forum
I really hope scientists are not too Enthusiastic about the Higgs Boson, although they should be. In all science the word caution is key. Considering other theories, there can be a particle which heav...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
Science & Technology Forum
20 October 2012 Zodiacal Light and Milky Way Image Credit & Copyright: Babak Tafreshi (TWAN) Ghostly apparitions of two fundamental planes in planet Earth's sky span this October all-sk...
THREAD AstronomyMartian saltwater announcement
10 Posts • 4379 Views
Science & Technology Forum
One of the most interesting theories ive looked at is the one regarding human evolution, what if humans or a humanoid species - of reptilian origin evolved tens of millions of years ago and left the e...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
Science & Technology Forum
17 March 2013 Light Echoes from V838 Mon Image Credit: NASA, ESA, H. E. Bond (STScI) What caused this outburst of V838 Mon? For reasons unknown, star V838 Mon's outer surface suddenly great...
THREAD I like her, but how do i ask her out
8 Posts • 1992 Views
Talk Talk
Kitten: to quote the doors of the Heart of gold "Glad to be of service" (if you think im talking rubbish please read hitchhikers guide to the galaxy) Ted: Kitten is right though, your app...
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