Tag Archives: Astronomy

First Cosmic Observation: Gravitational Waves and Light From the Same Event. (Multi-messinger Astronomy)

It’s a big deal. Not so much perhaps with the way you eat your Wheaties in the morning or balance your checkbook, but in the mysterious world of science which always seems to impact the overall trajectory of our lives … Continue reading

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Do the numbers.

I’ve always loved mathematics to approximately the same extent that I consider myself a math rookie when it comes to it’s higher forms — which is a lot.  With regard to my lack of expertise in math I take some … Continue reading

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What’s Going On Out There?

I’ve always been fascinated by astronomy.  As a kid in Hopkinsville, Kentucky I spent countless hours lying on my back and staring into the heavens fascinated by the stars and planets and the Milky Way.  My friend David Faulkner taught … Continue reading

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The Heavens Declare God’s Glory

It is well for us to remember the origin of all things.  On the edge, before the beginning and before there was such a thing as time, God was there.  Then, “In the beginning God created the heavens….”  (Genesis 1:1)  And, … Continue reading

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