Monday, December 27, 2010

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Astronomers Find First Evidence Of Other Universes
In this way of thinking, the universe we see is merely a bubble in a much larger cosmos. This cosmos is filled with other bubbles, all of which are other universes where the laws of physics may be dramatically different to ours.
These bubbles probably had a violent past, jostling together and leaving "cosmic bruises" where they touched. If so, these bruises ought to be visible today in the cosmic microwave background.

Inflation (cosmology) - Wikipedia

Father and Son Launch an iPhone into Outer Space

Gallery: The Most Amazing Science Images of 2010 | Popular Science -- NASA's Voyager 1 Spacecraft Nearing Edge of the Solar System

Amy! Rory! The Doctor! Watch 4 clips from Dr. Who's Xmas episode | Blastr

New Alien Planet Discovered By Qatar-Led Team

Gotta watch: Beck's math on terror; skimpy Santa run – This Just In - Blogs
FOX News' Glenn Beck recently proclaimed that 10 percent of all Muslims are terrorists. CNN's Fareed Zakaria did the math and came up with a slightly different figure.

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YouTube - Daschund bonking a big Boerboel

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Tis the Season

Christian Churches of God: - Why we don't celebrate Christmas (No. CB24)
Christians have been conditioned to accept that Christmas is an essential part of the Christian tradition. The fact is that Christmas is not at all Christian. The current myths are derived from paganism or heathen systems.

Christmas - Wikipedia
Isaac Newton argued that the date of Christmas was selected to correspond with the winter solstice,which the Romans called bruma and celebrated on December 25.

In 1743, German Protestant Paul Ernst Jablonski argued Christmas was placed on December 25 to correspond with the Roman solar holiday Dies Natalis Solis Invicti and was therefore a "paganization" that debased the true church.

Sol Invictus - Wikipedia
A festival on 25 Dec. is sometimes thought to be responsible for the date of Christmas.

"Since Christians worshipped an invisible God, pagans often declared them to be atheists."