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Venus Kisses the Sun

“Willingly would I burn to death like Phaeton, were this the price for reaching the Sun and learning its shape,…

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The Threat to Tesla’s Legacy

It is possible that, soon, nothing physical will remain of the works of the greatest scientific genius of the twentieth…

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Washington, D.C. & Newgrange, Ireland

People have always felt a desire to be in contact with their Creator God. They looked toward the heavens and…

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Private Space

Are you one of those waiting for the day when space travel is no longer reserved for highly trained astronauts?…

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True Mars

Where is the Mars of our dreams, our imaginings—the dusty red planet laced by canals, and home of ancient civilizations?…

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The Cranial Deformation Mystery

Many of you may remember the old Saturday Night Live routine with Dan Akroyd and gang as the strange family…

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Searching for the Higgs

Recently there has been a lot of buzz in the scientific community about scientists working at the Large Hadron Collider…

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Doomsday Prospects for 2012

In January 2012, I was in South India giving lectures at technical institutes and universities in and around the city…

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From Whirlpools to Gyres: The Promise of Vortex Science

If you personify nature and think about what would be in Mother Nature’s toolbox, you’d see her favorite shape, the…

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