I do not remember when my parents explained to me that I had been adopted. I grew up always knowing that I was. I think when they first introduced the topic I was about my son’s age (5). Maybe…Blog Free at last 2 Likes
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Zero, zip, nada, zilch. It's all too easy to ignore the fascinating possibilities of emptiness and non-existence, and we may well wonder what there is to say about nothing. But scientists have…Blog Nothing: From absolute zero to cosmic oblivio 2 Likes Out of the fog "Wisdom begins in wonder" - Socrates
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For a moment I felt a pang of guilt. After getting into countless arguments about atheism not promoting a radical and hateful agenda there it was in black and white:…Blog The Score of Guilt- From Charlie Hebdo to Cha 1 Like Telescopes 101
This has done an amazing job as best as anything can at giving us an idea of the emptiness of the solarsystem (universe).
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