Science by democracy doesn’t work (Synopsis)

“Even when Darwin’s teaching first made its appearance, it became clear at once that its scientific, materialist core, its teaching concerning the evolution of living nature, was antagonistic to the idealism that reigned in biology.” -Trofim Lysenko We love having debates when there’s a disagreement. When there are multiple competing explanations for an effect, multiple … Read moreScience by democracy doesn’t work (Synopsis)

Mini-Movie Monday: Genesis Episode 6, The Moon (Synopsis)

“But even when the moon looks like it’s waning…it’s actually never changing shape. Don’t ever forget that.” –Ai Yazawa You’ve seen the iconic crescent, quarter, gibbous and full phases for yourself, and probably even an eclipse or two. For millennia, the Moon has fascinated, delighted and mystified observers of the skies. Less than 50 years … Read moreMini-Movie Monday: Genesis Episode 6, The Moon (Synopsis)

Comments of the Week #44: From the Universe’s center to where you are

“You do not become good by trying to be good, but by finding the goodness that is already within you, and allowing that goodness to emerge.” -Eckhart Tolle We’re really hitting our stride for 2015 here at Starts With A Bang, and I’m so pleased you shared this past week with me. If you missed anything, here’s … Read moreComments of the Week #44: From the Universe’s center to where you are

When Einstein met H.G. Wells: encounters in the fourth dimension (Synopsis)

When we talk about dimensions, we’re used to thinking of three: something like length, width and depth, or x, y and z. But there’s a fourth dimension as well that’s of paramount importance for our Universe, otherwise everything would simply be static: time. Our motion through time as well as space is what allows things to … Read moreWhen Einstein met H.G. Wells: encounters in the fourth dimension (Synopsis)