By: Mona Gallagher
Summer solstice is ridden with old folklore, customs, and traditions; it marks the first day of summer in the northern hemisphere, but in the ancient calendar, solstice was in the middle of the calendar and was surrounded by summer. Shakespeare wrote Midsummer Night's Dream inspired...
By: Pacificus
EXPANSION AND DAMNATION (The Expansion of the Universe)The common-sense wisdom of the working man states, "You're damned if you do, and you're damned if you don't." The same can be said for the expansion of the universe. If the expansion of the universe reverses...
By: Jane Allyson
An astronomical explanation of the summer solstice was first put forward in the 1500s and 1600s by the astronomers Nicolaus Copernicus, Johannes Kepler and Galileo Galilei who disagreed that the earth was at the center of everything. They insisted that the earth was actually a...
By: Movi Writer
UFOsDo they exist?Who knows?We've seen all the exciting movies, we've been skeptical about all the abduction stories.Most everyone I know is interested, but not enough to delve into it all like myself and a few friends.Why?Because they "Have more important...
By: Jaimela King
Those long days that never seem to end. We all, at some point in our life, feel a day is never ending. But that is usually due to the fact that we are either bored, we are overly excited about an anticipated event at the...
By: Trey Russell
Astronomical Explanation of the Summer Solstice:The summer solstice is a somewhat inaccurate name since the Northern summer solstice is the Southern Winter solstice; however, because the larger part of English speaking peoples live in the North (and they're the ones reading this) I shall hereafter...
By: Colette Georgii
The Summer Solstice or the first day of summer The Summer Solstice usually begins every year on June 21 or the first day of summer. The solstice and equinox are days of change according to various cultures. Many cultures and religions flourish on the Four...
By: Angela S. Young
The word Binary tells you there must be two stars involved. These two stars, together in a system, revolve round some common point. This point is the center of mass according to Kepler's Laws.If you can see the stars through a telescope, they are...
By: Nouri Arif
It is the dream of many and nightmare of some that the inhabitants of this Earth will someday in the future make contact with a race of intelligent creatures beyond our solar system. The dream of many is that we will discover that in...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
UFOs. What are they? Where do they come from? Are they just figments of our imagination? A mirage? A natural phenomena? Or are they something more? Are they from planets - as yet - undiscovered by human eyes. And if they are, then which planets...

 

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