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Why Astronomy Hasn’t Really Changed Since the 1900s

[ ♪ Intro ] People have been awed by the sky ever since there were people, and today’s astronomers are heirs to that millennia-long tradition. But what’s surprising is that the way modern researchers study the sky hasn’t really changed in the last few centuries. Sure, our methods have gotten better, and there’s the odd… Read More »

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Becoming an Artist | Art21 “Extended Play”

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Becoming an Artist When I was a college student in Tokyo, my study was German Philosophy and also Marxist Economics, And also, Hegel, Kant… I was trying to catch up with the Western philosophy. Socialism and Communism–now it’s been taken as a kind of a failed theory or failed thinking, But, back in… Read More »

Cindy Sherman: Mannequins & Masks | Art21 “Extended Play”

Mannequins & Masks I think the sausages from one of the sex pictures are here. umm. I don’t know. Some of the leaves I have used in the background of some of the fairy-tales and the rocks I’ve used in some of the fairy-tales. This one was one that I made from– I don’t know… Read More »

Mariah Robertson’s Chemical Reactions | ART21 “New York Close Up”

[Bushwick, Brooklyn] Photographic things are about controlling really tiny amounts of light. [New York Close Up] A few years ago, a friend was doing me a favor looking for something in the darkroom, and I asked her to open some boxes and one of the boxes was a roll of unexposed paper. And she says,… 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 »

“More white sand, blue sea and palm trees” Micktaylor’s photos around Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Hyundai Tuscan only 250miles on the clock! by TravelPod member micktaylor Georgetown, bit windy! by TravelPod member micktaylor Northwest point looking South by TravelPod member micktaylor Northwest point looking North by TravelPod member micktaylor West Bay boat launch…not today! by TravelPod member micktaylor West Bay boat launch by TravelPod member micktaylor Governor’s pad by TravelPod… 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 »