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Glenn was not alone. Other astronauts, including the members of the Apollo 8 crew on the first mission to circumnavigate the Moon, and Buzz Aldrin, the second human to set foot on it, were moved toward profound worship by what … Continue reading
Title: “Current and Future U.S. Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments: NOvA and DUNE” Abstract: Long-baseline neutrino experiments study beams of neutrinos near their source and at a far detector several hundred kilometers away. We study the changes in the beams between … Continue reading
I pray that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you a spirit of wisdom and revelation as you come to know him, so that, with the eyes of your heart enlightened, you may … Continue reading
Source: LBNF / DUNE: An International Mega-Science Project
I watched the first episode of the new Cosmos series last night, and Sagan’s torch has been passed to a worthy successor. I hope this new series will inspire a new generation of scientists as Sagan’s series inspired me during … Continue reading
… take a look at Clear Dark Sky, which includes a stargazing weather forecast and the Dark Sky Finder. Can you bind the chains of the Pleiades or loose the cords of Orion?Can you lead forth the Mazzaroth in … Continue reading
From the New York Times: Town managers attribute the new resolve mostly to a yearlong competition sponsored by the Climate and Energy Project, which set out to extricate energy issues from the charged arena of climate politics. If the heartland … Continue reading
Yes, several interested friends and I, including my roommate Chris, drove to the Creation Museum in Kentucky from Columbus. Some readers of this blog may not have heard of this Museum; others may see it as a beacon of truth … Continue reading
Click on the image above for the Photobucket album and sub-albums of my trip to Kyoto!
Kelly is the electron neutrino (νe), and I am the left half of the Higgs (H).