Big Bang Breakthrough


Interesting! I love learning about The Big Bang Theory! Thanks for sharing…..

Fish Of Gold

In case you didn’t hear the news, some really cool sciencey stuff happened this week that proves rapid universal expansion a fraction of a tiny second after the Big Bang. Gravitational waves, first proposed in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity nearly a century ago, have been found. Einstein was right.

Of course, I was. Albert Einstein, 1953. Photograph: Ruth Orkin/Hulton Archive/Getty Images Of course, I was.
Albert Einstein, 1953. Photograph: Ruth Orkin/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

“What does that mean?” you may well ask. “Is the universe going to explode? Will I get a tax break?”

Well, to be perfectly honest, we don’t really know what it means yet, because we’re just dumb Type I primates without the knowledge to travel out of our own solar system let alone go around the block. Nothing has essentially changed with this discovery. Gravity still works the same way. The Earth still rotates around the Sun. We still don’t know how the Big Bang banged in the first…

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The Scientist: How I became a Biology Major


Interesting! I loved learning about science…..

Anything to Everything

Image  A few of the Biology books.

When I started my educational endeavor I examined each subject in which I excelled. For some reason beyond me I noticed I did well in the sciences and quite in fact enjoyed the abstract thought involved. Its quite ironic because in High school I never imagined myself as a science major or a college student at the least. During my first year I took all the basic courses that would be involved in any major, but as soon as I took Chemistry I knew that I was in love. Now, I did not pursue Chemistry for several reasons, but specifically for the lack of a solid Chemistry department at my university. My second year came by and I had taken all my basic courses with a heavy emphasis on science courses. Immediately that year I knew that I wanted to search my way into…

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The ‘Law’ Of Evolution


Awesome article

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As I said in an earlier post, the book Genetic Twist of Fate was quite good for to reasons. One, it did not litter the early chapters with a bunch of evolutionary ideology and two, it provided a lot of real information about genes, DNA and genetics in general.

Now e come to the chapter on evolution and it is called The Law of Evolution. You should notice that I put the word ‘la’ in quotes because in reality there is no such thing as the ‘law of evolution.’  This does not mean I put evolution back into the theory column where it resides right now.

Instead, I place the idea of evolution into the false teaching category for that is exactly what it is. It doesn’t matter how much ‘science’ evolutionists throw out there in supposed support of their idea because their science is inferred and their scientists ignore…

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The Art and Science of Getting Good WordPress Support


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Imagine this: it’s been a productive WordPress weekend. You’ve been busy puttering away on the new website you put together for your cat-lovers’ club and you’re pleased with the progress so far.

You found an adorable kitty-friendly theme, snagged a memorable site address, added some snazzy widgets in all the right places, and you’re finally ready to introduce your baby to the world.

But, wait! Just before making the site public, you notice that the header isn’t displaying your site title and tagline along with the header graphic.

Header without text

What could be causing the problem? You check under Settings General, but the title and tagline are there.

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You ask friends with WordPress sites to have a look but they have no idea how to fix it. You search the WordPress.com support documentation, to no avail. You’re truly stumped.

What now?

You remember that one of the reasons you chose to…

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