Buck Rogers – NASA admits losing the original flight data from the most important technological event of all time.
Calculating the stars in the cosmos is like trying to calculate the number of sand grains on a beach, it’s not possible. Even though approximations differ among different experts, the overall agreement is that there are no less than between 100 billion and 200 billion galaxies in our universe. Just think about that for a […]
This article by Miles Mathis was originally published by MilesMathis.com. (First published April 17, 2015) I have written several papers critiquing
La velocidad del viento solar que está soplando en estos momentos sobre nuestro planeta es de 650-700 kilómetros por segundo, casi el doble de la media.
Observatories in Washington, Louisiana, and Italy have all detected gravitational waves from the collision of two black holes. That collision, almost 2 billion light-years from Earth, can now be triangulated by astronomers. CBS News science and futurism contributor Dr. Michio Kaku joins CBSN to break down the significance of this discovery and the science behind it.
Scientists have detected a gravitational wave from two colliding black holes for the fourth time – and the shape of its ripples sent through spacetime for the first. The announcement was made at a meeting of G7 science ministers in Italy after laboratories in Pisa and the US picked up on the tiny vibrations.