In truth, that wasn’t a photo of a black hole. Nor was it the first ironclad proof that they exist. And it didn’t finally prove that Einstein was right.
A third of the population is at least partially convinced of an ongoing, health-threatening government spraying program that does not exist.
If the dark matter is an entirely new form of material, unlike the baryonic matter that comprises our bodies and our planet, then we have been demoted
once again, big-time.
On Friday, April 13, 2029 (yes, Friday the 13th!), the asteroid Apophis will just barely miss us.
Our cloudiest month is November, but we are currently in the midst of a happy transformation.
The media will call it a Supermoon, astronomers will call it lunar perigee, and Hudson River tides will be stronger than usual.
We caught a lucky break with the clouds, and were able to see the total lunar eclipse the other week.
We all know that brains and muscles operate electrically. But almost no one seems aware that our body’s electricity has very quirky, variable characteristics.
Why does each cell in our body have 90 trillion atoms, roughly the same as the number of stars in our home galaxy cluster?
In 2019, our region gets one fabulous total lunar eclipse – in just a few weeks, on January 20.