Daily Archives : January 12, 2017

Tip-Toe Tracks

The dark gray sky glowed with eerie shades of sickly green, rusty red, and deep purple.  Patches of smoky black lingered low in the sky, sometimes broken by torrential shafts of rain.  Deep rumbling noises and echoes of boiling water…

January 12, 2017

Uranus – The Icy Giant | David Rives

In 1781, Sir William Herschel made a discovery that would change the astronomy of his day. For nearly a century, since Cassini’s discovery of 4 new moons around Saturn, no celestial bodies had been added to the solar system. Herschel’s…

January 12, 2017

Pulling Back the Veil – What Cosmologists are Hiding

(Or: Big Bang Magic Part 3: Pulling Back the Veil on the five biggest questions about the universe) Contrary to what you may have been led to believe, cosmology these days is not an objective science, devoted  strictly to the…

January 12, 2017