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Is Alien ‘Life’ Weirder Than We Imagine: Who Is Out There?

This is the Drake Equation, first presented in 1960, by Dr. Frank Drake, an astronomer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia, wherein N equals the number of civilizations in the Milky Way Galaxy whose electromagnetic emissions are detectable. R equals the rate of formation of stars suitable for the development… Read More »

The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe – Strange Stars Explained

Neutron stars are the densest things that are not black holes. Neutron stars are the densest things that are not black holes. In their cores, we might find the most dangerous substance in existence: In their cores, we might find the most dangerous substance in existence: strange matter᠎. A bizarre thing so extreme that it… Read More »

Our Special Earth: Our “Solar Address” and the Goldilocks Habitable Zone | David Rives

Every star we see is a burning mass of plasma, similar to the sun. Even so, our Sun is not just any old star. It is a main sequence G2 Here on Earth, we’re about 93 million miles from the Sun. That might sound trivial, but it’s a very important distance. We are situated in… Read More »

The Calendar and Astronomy – David Rives

In ancient times, celestial bodies such as the Sun, Moon and stars were central figures of the Zodiac. They were considered to be gods and goddesses, and based on the Zodiac, the movements of the heavens have become a means of divination. Scripture informs us that they worshiped the created more than the Creator. In… Read More »

The True Science of Parallel Universes

Everyone loves the idea of parallel universes – maybe it’s the appeal of an ideal world where you have second chances and things turn out differently – an alternate reality where you do get into Hogwarts and the Star Wars prequels aren’t made and you finally plug in your asymmetric computer cord correctly on the… Read More »

Astrology and the Secret Cult of Mithra – David Rives

The secret cult of Mithraism was a religious order that was practiced by many in the Roman world. The religion was spread across the Mediterranean by the Cilician pirates, and worship centers were incorporated into Roman cities. In 2007, I was able to photograph a remarkably preserved representation of the mystery god, in the Vatican… Read More »

Black Holes 101 | National Geographic

(mysterious music) – [Woman] Black holes are among the most fascinating objects in our universe, and also the most mysterious. A black hole is a region in space where the force of gravity is so strong, not even light, the fastest known entity in our universe, can escape. The boundary of a black hole is… Read More »

Signs of the Times — The Bible and Astrology | David Rives

The practice of astrology involves using stars, planets, and constellations for signs. According to the Biblical record, the sun, moon and stars were to be for signs, seasons, days and years. So, does this make astrology Biblically acceptable? Actually, quite the contrary. One major difference between scriptural signs and the pagan practices of astrology is… Read More »

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Is Astrology in the Bible? – David Rives

The Genesis account tells us that the lights in the heavens are to be for signs, not to be confused with the astrology condemned by the Bible, as pagan in nature. Did the constellations that are now presented as mythological objects originally have a purer, Biblical meaning? In the book of Job, God asks: “Canst… Read More »