Why is Earth’s Moon Leaving Us?

Most people don’t know this scientific fact, but the Earth’s Moon is slowing moving further from the Earth. Each year its orbit around the earth experiences a mean recession rate of 2.16 cm/year (less than an inch, since approximately 2.5 cm …

Five Facts about Time

Here are some interesting facts to ponder about of time: There is no widely accepted scientific definition of time as a stand alone entity. The reason for this is that according the Einstein’s theory of relativity, time and space are …

5 Animals That Are Immortal

There are some animal species that, for unknown reason, are immortal. Unless an external force does them in, they could theoretically live forever. Here is the list: 1. The sea anemone is an immortal animal. Although it looks more like a brainless plant, it is …

Are You Destined to Become a Cyborg?

The most basic definition of a cyborg is a being with both organic and cybernetic (artificial) parts. Taking this definition too literally, however, would suggest that almost every human in a civilized society is a cyborg. For example, if you …

Is There Life on Another Earth-Like Planet?

Let’s start our discussion by asking a simple question. Is there another Earth-like planet? The answer is yes, and it is relatively close, by galactic standards. In my book, Unraveling the Universes Mysteries (2012), I mentioned the first Earth-like planet discovered, …

What the Difference Between Dark Matter and Dark Energy?

Dark matter plus dark energy makes up over 90% of the matter in the universe, and science doesn’t understand the nature or either of them. Normal matter, the stuff we can typically see and touch, makes up only 5-10% of the …

The Search for Earth-Like Planets & Extraterrestrial Life

In 1961, Dr. Frank Drake, an American astronomer, and a founder of SETI (search for extraterrestrial intelligence), formulated an equation known as the Drake equation, to calculate the number of intelligent civilizations in our Milky Way galaxy. By multiplying together …

Can Galaxies Form New Stars from Nothing?

In recent years, astronomers have been puzzled by formidable mystery. Galaxies don’t appear to have enough raw material within them to form new stars at the rate they do. The Milky Way, for example,  turns about one solar mass’ worth of …

Where Is All the Lithium?

According to standard cosmology theory, Lithium, together with hydrogen and helium, is one of three elements to have been synthesized in the Big Bang. Therefore, we should see a uniform abundance of Lithium throughout the universe. However, we don’t. By experimental observation, the older stars seem to …

What Are Fermi Bubbles?

In 2010, astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope observed giant balloon-like features emanating from the Milky Way core. The balloon-like featured are termed “Fermi Bubbles” and consist of clouds of gas towering about 30,000 light-years above and below the plane of our Milky …

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