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THREAD AstronomyGrand Canyon Star Party
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I found out about the annual star party at the Grand Canyon. It is run by an astronomy group based in Tucson. They will meet, June 4-11 in 2005. I wish they would get together in August for the Persei...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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NASA has an extensive image gallery. There's a popular section called 'Picture Of The Day' and everyday they post a new image - the image is not necessarily taken on that very day and t...
THREAD Stellar Scenes
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Naoyuki Kurita is an astrophotographer who is located in Japan. In order to take his astro-images, Naoyuki drives outside of the city, to locations away from the interference of city lights. On his...
THREAD AstronomyStrange Astronomy Facts
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1) Saturn would float if you put it in a large enough body of water. Although Saturn is very large, as well as being the second largest planet in our Solar System, it is less dense than water because...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyExcerp: Cosmology
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I wish I knew the answer. I say 15 billion because I read it in astronomy books. 25 years ago, Carl Sagan was saying 20 billion, so I was saying that too.
THREAD AstronomyGrand Canyon Star Party
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The August star party at Chaco Canyon...was it around August 12, the time of the Perseids meteor shower? Jim Colyer astronomy http://jimcolyer.com/papers/en try?id=2
THREAD AstronomyLunar Eclipse
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hey for anyone that likes astronomy or just wants to know there is a Lunar Eclipse on october 28th next wendsday starts at 9:14 PM eastern time
THREAD Is this relative? HELP!
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Philosophy Forum
Cturtle, are you by chance my Astronomy Professor? Probably unlikely, but I feel a similar degree of confusion. One other 'what if' that I thought I would add is: your location (specific...
THREAD AstronomyExcerp: History of Astronomy
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Each period in history sees the sky in a different way. The way a civilization perceives the sky is related to its travel capabilities. As man's knowledge of geography has increased, so has his u...
THREAD DepressionThe word depression is a emotion and much more.
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Psychology Forum
Being depressed is no joke. If it gets in the way of your life, I am not against cognitive therapy. And that is from someone who thinks psychology is a pseudo science. I am not a psychiatrist. But...
THREAD Religion & HumanityImpossible you say? It's someone's psych
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Religion Forum
Do tou know if this Mars melting is actually true? I'm curious because I just finished an Astronomy class where we discussed and studied a great deal about the planets, including the Earth, and n...
THREAD The universe is finite
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As I'm currently finishing up an Astronomy course, I'd like to share some of the current known information about the universe for this topic. Hopefully it will provide a basis for further di...
THREAD BiologyWhat if humans have evolved much earlier
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The seashell idea is good! With regard to stonehenge, as you may know stone cant be carbon dated for the obvious reason that it contains no orgainic compounds to cary out carbon testing, hence it is v...
THREAD SocietySOCIAL SCIENCE: DEVIL'S ALLIANCE?
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the main problem with social sciences is that people are born with completely different minds/wiring than others which makes predictions impossible and without being able to predict anything 100% of t...
THREAD Alternative BeliefsGod = The Universe
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Religion Forum
Hobbes Choice: “ You don't seen to know what science is. You sound like you did not get past high school science. Science is about describing it in ever more detail. It's not about truth....
THREAD PhotographyTelescopes for Astrophotography
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For may years I have been wanting to do astrophotography. I think next year sometime I will get started with it. I am even contemplating making my own telescope, but atm I pretty much know nothing abo...
THREAD AstronomyEarth: Isn't it Amazing
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Out of all the planets that astronomers have identified, of all the new planetary discoveries that have been made, isn't it amazing that our planet doesn't just have life, but that it's...
THREAD God in ReligionWake up and discover that God never existed
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Religion Forum
What if you woke up the next day and found God did exist? I don't know what God is. Whether his white beard gets caught up in his big door now and then. Whether he's really everything; a...
THREAD Chaos theory
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Philosophy Forum
As ive mentioned before, Chaos exists in many domains of the universe, if not in all areas. I think one of the most interesting realms of chaos is in astronomy, where chaos refers to an abrupt change...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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7 October 2012 The Same Color Illusion Image Credit: Edward H. Adelson, Wikipedia Are square A and B the same color? They are! To verify this, either run your cursor over the image or click here...
THREAD AstronomyMilky Way Will Eventually Collide With Andromeda
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Astronomers and astrophysicists predict that in approximately 4 billion years time, the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies will collide into each other. It is predicted that despite this galactic collis...
THREAD The number 23.
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Philosophy Forum
ever notice most of the time you walk down the street you live on, nothing happens...? weird huh..? weird. there are entire codes built into the qu'ran based on the number 17... ther...
THREAD Society & SociologyNot all Muslims are terrorists,so end your hatred!
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how silly and ironic that your name would be called crusador. you act as though the muslim world was responsible for the natural and justifyible mistrust towards western civilization. before the cru...
THREAD AstronomyDecember 21st 2012
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many of you that click this thread already know the signifigance of this date, however for those of you who don't... The mayan civilization was an incredibly advanced civilization in every way...
THREAD AstronomyAstronomy Picture Of The Day
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17 February 2013 Asteroid 2012 DA14 Passes the Earth Video Credit & Copyright: Daniel López (El Cielo de Canarias) There it goes. That small spot moving in front of background stars in the...
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