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2014/04/25 00:00
2014/04/25 00:00
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Carl Sagan fans old and new have been gazing at their televisions in awe as host Neil Degrasse Tyson resurrects the science epic “Cosmos,” taking them on a journey from the Big Bang to the ascent of...
2014/04/25 00:00
2014/04/25 00:00
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2014/04/24 10:30
2014/04/24 10:30
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... A Spacetime Odyssey� begins with a clip from the original series starring astronomer Carl Sagan (titled �Cosmos: A Personal Voyage�), which was first broadcast on PBS in 1980. I remember...
2014/04/22 14:05
2014/04/22 14:05
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It has been 24 years since an inflammatory art exhibit vaulted the city of Cincinnati and its Contemporary Arts Center to national attention. A sadomasochistic photo installation by the late Robert...
2014/04/21 02:48
2014/04/21 02:48
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Are We Capable of Other “Intelligences”? Google as part of their “Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute believes the intelligence we possess is more than IQ. The banner on the SYILI web site...
2014/04/20 05:25
2014/04/20 05:25
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Campbell will be among three distinguished guests receiving honorary degrees. Also being honored are Ann L. Swan, a longtime benefactor of St. Bonaventure and a staunch supporter of Catholic higher...
2014/04/18 14:04
2014/04/18 14:04
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Leading jewellery designer Azza Fahmy and British fashion designer Matthew Williamson have renewed their collaborative partnership, "Azza Fahmy for Matthew Williamson" for the second season....
2014/04/16 18:33
2014/04/16 18:33
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Seven photographers from around the globe received awards for their stunning images of comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) at the Northeast Astronomy Forum held at Rockland Community College today. The National...
2014/04/15 23:20
2014/04/15 23:20
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When your dad is Carl Sagan, your first lessons on death aren't sugar-coated. But they are nevertheless sweet and compassionate. He stayed true to his understanding of the world even in tough times —...
2014/04/14 16:03
2014/04/14 16:03
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Leo Villareal has been described as “the real painter of light,” an apt description for an artist whose glimmering LED (light emitting diode) sculptures and installations have enthralled millions...
2014/04/14 12:53
2014/04/14 12:53
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Things get small — really small — in this week’s episode of "Cosmos," which tackles the unseen universe at the atomic scale, from the teeming ecosystem inside a single dewdrop and the intricate...
2014/04/12 14:38
2014/04/12 14:38
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For as long as humans have lived on Earth, the moon has been our nearest celestial companion, and a rich natural canvas for the human imagination. When the Earth passes between the moon and the sun...
2014/04/11 02:29
2014/04/11 02:29
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Sciblogs readers may remember the kerfuffle in December when Otaki’s Damon Wyman led a campaign to have Wifi hotspots removed from classes at Te Horo School. I wrote about it at the time here on...
2014/04/10 17:31
2014/04/10 17:31
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Belief is a feeling of being sure that someone or something exists or that something is true. Many of our beliefs were taught to us in school and through family and friends and influences like...
2014/04/09 23:10
2014/04/09 23:10
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Q&A: Hell City’s Durb Morrison Age: 41 Hometown: Killumbus, Ohio Current Neighborhood: Italian Village Day Job: Artist, promoter, inventor Currently listening to: Bayside and Alkaline...
2014/04/08 22:22
2014/04/08 22:22
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Neil Shubin would like to introduce you to your family tree, the one with roots reaching back more than 3 billion years. In a three-part PBS series debuting Wednesday and based on...
2014/04/07 17:11
2014/04/07 17:11
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OPINION: Now Playing 'Cosmos' and the bringing of science into pop culture'Cosmos' and the bringing of science into pop culture Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has revived the generation old...
2014/04/07 12:53
2014/04/07 12:53
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There were no Bug-Monsters or zombies in the "Cosmos" episode, but there were a Chinese philosopher, an Arab astronomer, and an orphaned German boy who grew up to be a leading optical scientist. And...
2014/04/07 03:57
2014/04/07 03:57
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... are perishing for want of wonder, not want of wonders.” – G.K. Chesterton With your naked eye, you can see 2.5 million years into the past. The Andromeda Galaxy is 2.5 million light years away...
2014/04/05 09:29
2014/04/05 09:29
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The Year of Magical ThinkingFrom Noah to Climate Change, an Inability to Distinguish Fact From Fiction PARAMOUNT PICTURES/NIKO TAVERNISE “That’s the good thing about science: It’s true whether or...
2014/04/04 13:23
2014/04/04 13:23
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For teaching government a thing or two about education reform. Most of us can agree that the U.S. school system is a mess: State education budgets are shrinking, while businesses' expectations for job...
2014/04/25 00:00
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