Physics, Astronomy, Cosmology (42)

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Understanding Coincidence

We attach a lot of meaning to coincidences. On the one hand, we see them as significant; on the other hand, you have the TV show detective…

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Is the universe a bubble? Let's check: Making the multiverse hypothesis testable

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Started by ɐuɐz ǝllǝıuɐp

2 Jul 18
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Interesting Ideas Regarding The Fermi Paradox

Don't know if anybody is aware of the Fermi Paradox, or ever thinks about it, but I do. And if you have an open mind it can truly be a fasc…

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22 Jul 12
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Paranormal Evidence = $1.69 million USD

Just produce evidence for the paranormal and earn $1.69 million USD. Not a cent has yet been collected, but just about every newspaper prin…

Started by RobertPiano

0 Jul 2

Student-Made Facebook and Twitter pages (As part of a larger project)

As part of a larger multimedia project for my senior digital media class I have created a Facebook: Evolution is Legit https://www.facebook

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0 Apr 17

Four blood moons: the end is nigh for sure (unless it isn't)

Megachurch pastor John Hagee is warning his San Antonio congregation and international following of a “world-shaking event that will happen…

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6 Apr 15
Reply by Gregg R Thomas

The multiple universe problem

Have you ever heard someone say "Perhaps there are an infinite number of universes in which every single possibility comes true"? Did you e…

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115 Apr 9
Reply by Michael

Multiple Universes not Multiverse

According to the big bang theory this universe is like a bubble/balloon that is expanding.  Can there be multiple bubbles/balloons.  You or…

Started by John H Howe

17 Apr 5
Reply by Jimmy

Carl Sagan

Just read an article in the latest issue of Smithsonian about Carl Sagan. His application was turned down by the prestigious National Acade…

Started by Ed

21 Mar 14
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Atoms, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy

As recently as several years ago, the estimate was that anywhere from 3/4 to more than 9/10 of the universe was so-called "dark matter." Si…

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16 Mar 12
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Chinese physicists measure speed of Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance’: At least 10,000 times faster than light

Chinese physicists measure speed of Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance’: At least 10,000 times faster than light EXTERNAL LINK ARTICL…

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18 Jan 6
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