“We can detect more than a thousand problems that had to be solved in advance for life to be able to develop on Earth,” says chemist Marcos Eberlin.
Recently I had the opportunity to see Prague’s famed astronomical clock, the oldest still-working astronomical clock in the world. It is truly phenomenal.
Today we celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the solar eclipse that, on May 29, 1919, physicist Arthur Eddington observed, seeking to test the General Theory of Relativity.
Since the films showcased their exquisite designs, more discoveries increase the wonder of hummingbirds, sea turtles, and butterflies.
The ground under your feet is literally moving. The continents are drifting apart near an average rate of one inch per year.