“Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey, if the first segment is any indication, will attempt to package unconditional blind faith in evolution as scientific literacy in an effort to create interest in science,” wrote a blogger for Answers in Genesis, a Christian… Continue reading
A tremendous storm off the coast of Antarctica was captured by an impressive satellite image that shows the storm covering 3,500 square miles, according to Yahoo News.
Harsh storms aren’t anything new… Continue reading
NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars has captured its first view of Earth from the surface of the Red Planet — a striking image that shows our home planet as a bright light in the Martian sky, with the moon shining… Continue reading
The first-ever study of air trapped in the deep snowpack of Greenland has yielded surprising results. Current computer models had predicted that levels of carbon monoxide locked into the snowpack would be higher than those recorded in the 1950s, yet… Continue reading
In a cross-Solar System interplanetary first, our Earth was photographed during the same day from both Mercury and Saturn.… Continue reading
On another April 12th, in 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Alexseyevich Gagarin became the first human to see planet Earth from space. Commenting on his view from orbit he reported,… Continue reading
Winter is nearing an end and, once again, it’s accompanied by the usual disturbing articles about the reckless behavior of young college students at Spring Break. The… Continue reading
The Mayan calendar finishes one of its great cycles in December 2012, which has fueled countless theories about the end of the world on December 21, 2012 at 11:11(UTC).
One theory suggests a galactic alignment which would create chaos on… Continue reading