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- Centralized production of Roman glass
- Philosophy in Physics
Category Archives: Science
Since we are in the peak (solar maximum) of the Sun’s 11 year cycle, we are seeing much more solar activity than we have in the past few years. It may seem scary to some, but the sun has been / read more…
Now this is the kind of journalism I like to see. Earlier today, the Guardian published “The need for critical science journalism” by Dr. Jalees Rehman, a well-aimed jab at the way most media outlets handle science reporting. Labeling the / read more…
Creationists often point to gaps, or anomalies in the fossil record as evidence that evolutionary theory is incorrect. They fail to acknowledge that the fossil record heavily supports common ancestry and evolution. Creationist often point to “sudden appearance” as evidence for / read more…
Sometimes we underestimate the capacities of our ancestors. Take for instance the ancient Romans, who developed the craft of blowing glass, instead of casting it. The results are sometimes phenomenally beautiful, as the Wikipedia page on Roman glass attests. The knowledge of / read more…
ESA, the European Space Agency, announced several days ago that their infrared space observatory, Herschel, has gone blind. The probe was specialized in observing near-infrared and sub-millimeter wavelengths, but had to be cooled to almost absolute zero in order to / read more…