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THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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23 November 2012 The Pipe Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution for Science) East of Antares, dark markings sprawl through crowded st...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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13 January 2013 NGC 602 and Beyond Image Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) - ESA/Hubble Collaboration Near the outskirts of the Small Magellanic Cloud, a satellite gal...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyReality in the melting pot
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The Multiverse theory for the universe describes the continuous formation of universes through the collapse of giant stars and the formation of black holes. With each of these black holes there is a n...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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19 January 2013 Barnard Stares at NGC 2170 Image Credit & Copyright: John Davis A gaze across a cosmic skyscape, this telescopic mosaic reveals the continuous beauty of things that are. The...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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20 March 2013 M42: Inside the Orion Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Reinhold Wittich The Great Nebula in Orion, an immense, nearby starbirth region, is probably the most famous of all astro...
THREAD Alternative BeliefsGod = The Universe
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When I was very young, my forth grade teacher taught us that there was the Galaxy. That was it. Later, we accepted that there were multiple galaxies. Our knowledge expanded. Now, no one questions the...
THREAD FuturologyThe end of the universe
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Breezing through this interesting thread, I would like to point out some more recent scientific findings, theories and musings. Some have spoken about the principle of the conversation of matter an...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
216 Posts • 69739 Views
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31 January 2013 NGC 4372 and the Dark Doodad Image Credit & Copyright: Ivan Eder The delightful Dark Doodad Nebula drifts through southern skies, a tantalizing target for binoculars in the c...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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3 October 2012 Goat Aurora Over Greenland Image Credit & Copyright: Juan Carlos Casado (TWAN) Sometimes it's hard to believe what you see in the sky. During the Shelios Expedition to Gr...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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12 December 2012 Milky Way Over Quiver Tree Forest Image Credit & Copyright: Florian Breuer In front of a famous background of stars and galaxies lies some of Earth's more unusual trees...
THREAD Science vs ReligionIsn't Religion Just a Science or History?
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Dont forget that in the heyday of religions before science was really founded by the royal society, if you did sin or do wrong, you would be burnt in hell, or suffer an eternity of pain or torture, be...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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3 January 2013 Open Star Clusters M35 and NGC 2158 Image Credit & Copyright: Dieter Willasch (Astro-Cabinet) Open clusters of stars can be near or far, young or old, and diffuse or compact....
THREAD AliensAlien Blood
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it would be impossible to determine without a sample because look at our own earth. we have bacteria that don't even have blood so aliens might not even have blood. and there has been over 400 pl...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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2 December 2012 The Gegenschein Over Chile Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (ESO) Is the night sky darkest in the direction opposite the Sun? No. In fact, a rarely discernable faint g...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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19 October 2012 Merging NGC 2623 Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA; Processing - Martin Pugh NGC 2623 is really two galaxies that are becoming one. Seen to be in the final stages of...
THREAD God in ReligionIf there's a god, why is there evil?
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Man (the generic term) struggles to define god (or God) within the limits of our knowledge and experience. Centuries ago man feared God as a supreme power and judge, who meted out rewards (good) and p...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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30 October 2012 Planetary Nebula PK 164 +31.1 Image Credit & Copyright: Descubre Foundation, CAHA, OAUV, DSA, Vicent Peris (OAUV), Jack Harvey (SSRO), PixInsight Is this what will become of...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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8 September 2012 Cosmic Rays at Voyager 1 Credit: Voyager Project, NASA Launched on a grand tour of the outer planets in 1977, by good fortune the twin Voyager spacecraft were also headed in the...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyComparison: Universe>Cell
5 Posts • 2453 Views
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Yes thanks for the good clip dawn! I actually saw 30 seconds of it and decided to watch the entire movie instead, as well as a few other interesting imax vids that were there. And also thanks for...
THREAD PoetryDutch Harbor, Alaska
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DUTCH HARBOR, ALASKA A poem by Wolf Larsen You watch as thousands of ceiling people begin cutting your body up into dinner pieces (like the thunderstorm inside your living room)? So you write disi...
THREAD Having Kids
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I suppose, as the father of 11 (youngest will be 1-yr on 6/9), I should stay out of this discussion, but I can't. God didn't create a field full of flowers so that every single blossom would...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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30 November 2012 Clouds in Cygnus Credit & Copyright: Image Data - Bob Caton, Al Howard, Eric Zbinden, Rogelio Bernal Andreo; Processing - Rogelio Bernal Andreo Cosmic clouds of gas and dus...
THREAD GodQuestioning God's Existence
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Is there a god? What i exspect is yes... why? Well I know for a fact there are Spirits , playing the Quija board and living in a haunted house proves that fact to me personally. what that means...
THREAD Religion & HumanityHow come the transition for polytheism to monotheism?
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DazedNconfused. I think that when LittleJohn and I spoke of primitive man, we are not thinking the Aztecs. I was thinking more like 20,000 or 30,000 years earlier. Bare foot hunter. The Aztecs were a...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyLunacy & Science
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In dazes of olde when knights were bold & even those who raised themselves to lofty thoughts believed earth to be the center axis upon the heavens did roll. So could an explanation be for the sun,...
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