How could we not be interested in Astronomy?

Something I think each of us does  in our lives at one point or another is ponder the question… “How could people not be interested in…” followed by something we are obviously very interested in! Of course this argument is purely subjective, whatever that thing is, we may feel it is so compelling. But for someone else it […]

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Viscosity — looking on the bright side of life!

I wish to share an analogy that illustrates two profound principles about thought in general.  This analogy will be about something called “Viscosity” —  in this article we will invent a new sense of the word “Viscosity” which corresponds with the concept which will herein be articulated. But before explaining viscosity or the analogy, I want to briefly mention these […]

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The Black Hole

Of all of the absolutely fascinating concepts of astronomy and physics which we can encounter, and bump into throughout our lives — one stands out still as the most mysterious, the most captivating, and in many respects, the most scary: The Black Hole. In this article I will attempt to write everything I know about black holes, followed by my […]

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Neutrinos and the concept of ubiquity

So — you randomly open the dictionary (yeah, who does that?) — Ubiquitous: “Being present everywhere at once” Perhaps you’ve heard a statement like “mobile phones are ubiquitous in the modern world” — a good use of the word, but strictly speaking, this statement is incorrect. Ubiquitous means “being present everywhere at once” — so although […]

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