Is Darwinian Evolution Universal? http://mys.tc/2em
Are We All Martians? The Curious Hunt for Life on Mars http://mys.tc/2ds
How can everything we know to exist in the entire observable universe have spontaneously erupted out of thin air?
What lies beyond the known universe?
Communion on the Moon: The Religious Experience in Space http://mys.tc/2b3
‘Carl Sagan and Neil deGrasse Tyson are high priests, astronauts are like saints that ascend into heaven, and extraterrestrials are as gods — benevolent, wise, and capable of manipulating space and time.’
‘“Spiritual But Not Religious” is the way many people describe themselves these days. It’s a term that drives a lot of others crazy. For those who happily describe themselves as religious, “Spiritual But Not Religious” can imply a dilution of faith and a rejection of the creed and doctrine which, for them, is an essential aspect of spiritual life. Yet, for people who happily describe themselves as atheist, “Spiritual But Not Religious” is a dodge — an attempt to get “the warm cozy feeling” of religious life without making the intellectual commitment to what they see as the central question: Does God exist?’
Read more: Science And Religion: Can Science Be Sacred?
‘From Darwinian evolution to the idea that personality is largely shaped by chance, the favorite theories of the world’s most eminent thinkers are as eclectic as science itself.’
Read more: Science’s most beautiful theories
First NASA probe enters lunar orbit on NewYear’s Eve http://mys.tc/1ki moon space science