Order out of Chaos-Harnessing the Power of Nature

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Ph.D speaks on a recent segment of NBC’s Today show with Willie Geist. The particular thrust of Dr. Tyson’s remarks centered on the importance of science in a world that has become increasingly uncertain but yet, more reliant on technology. In a recent segment of NBC’s “Today” show, friend and Astrophysicist … More Order out of Chaos-Harnessing the Power of Nature

European Southern Observatory To Announce “Unprecedented Astronomical Discovery” Monday, 16 October

Media Advisory: Press Conference at ESO HQ Announcing Unprecedented Discovery 11 October 2017 ESO will hold a press conference on 16 October 2017 at 16:00 CEST, at its Headquarters in Garching, Germany, to present groundbreaking observations of an astronomical phenomenon that has never been witnessed before. The event will be introduced from ESO’s Paranal Observatory … More European Southern Observatory To Announce “Unprecedented Astronomical Discovery” Monday, 16 October

2017 Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Gravity Wave Detection

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… This now famous opening scroll of Star Wars is a fitting and appropriate way to begin this story as it describes -perfectly- the environment, origin and progenitor of these waves. Yesterday, 3 October, in what the prestigious Royal Swedish Academy described simply as “a discovery … More 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Gravity Wave Detection

Einstein’s warning – and why even a small nuclear war could destroy humanity

Originally posted on Matthew Wright:
Albert Einstein once explained that nuclear weapons changed everything – except the way we think. He was right, of course. That worries me. There’s been a lot of talk about rogue-state nuclear weapons of late. A war using such appalling devices seems a real possibility – more so than during…

The Cassini-Huygens Legacy of Science and Discovery at Saturn

September 7, 2017 After Cassini: Pondering the Saturn Mission’s Legacy Cassini’s discoveries are feeding forward into future exploration of the solar system. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute › Full image and caption (Author’s note: The Cassini orbiter is scheduled to be deorbited and plunge into Saturn’s cloud tops this Friday, September 15 at 4:55 AM, PDT. … More The Cassini-Huygens Legacy of Science and Discovery at Saturn

Niburu doom is on its way… again…

Originally posted on Matthew Wright:
Apparently Earth is going to be destroyed by Niburu this month. Again. The putative Planet 9 and the orbits of the KBOs that were used to deduce the possibility. Credit: Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC); [Diagram created using WorldWide Telescope.] – See more at: https://www.caltech.edu/news/caltech-researchers-find-evidence-real-ninth-planet-49523#sthash.mD4q1vgg.dpuf That didn’t happen last time somebody predicted…