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  • Pranay Mishra
    Published about 4 hours ago
    How to move faster than light…Without even moving.

    How to move faster than light…Without even moving.

  • Michaela Bisiker
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Night on the Town

    Night on the Town

    An afternoon of ale and roast beef filled Eirik’s belly nicely. He and Ruefin Broadblade hadn’t left their seats since arriving at the tavern and finding themselves in a crowd of men from their own company with which to trade stories and insults. Eventually the conversation turned to more traditional soldierly pursuits.
  • Michaela Bisiker
    Published about 6 hours ago
    The Moneylender's Safe

    The Moneylender's Safe

    "But it's all I have, my lord. How will I feed my children?" The vendor extended his hands in supplication over his display of fruit and vegetables. "Give me another week, I beg you. Just one more week."
  • Kaitlyn Maura
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Restoring Balance: April 2020's Full Moon Libra
  • Horoscope Specialist
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Get your full compatibility through Marriage prediction 2020

    Get your full compatibility through Marriage prediction 2020

    The Marriage Prediction is meant for giving you a broad outline nature of your marital life based on the planetary position in your birth chart. As per Vedic astrology, several factors influence the timing of a person’s marriage and chart the course of the married life. When it comes to marriage life, the Marriage Prediction helps you find out how the various planetary influences related to marriage chart shape your marital life.
  • Creative Writing
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Gennadius Scholarius

    Gennadius Scholarius

    Gennadius II was a Byzantine scholar in theology, who was an ecumenical patriarch in Constantinople from 1454 to 1464. He'd been a powerful proponent of following the Aristotelian tradition of the Western Church. Gennadius and his wife, Mark of Ephesus, engaged in the Florence Council and tried to overcome the schism between East and West. Gennadius has researched and written widely on Christian theology. Amid the dissolution of the unification of Florence, and the decline of Constantinople, Gennadius became the first Ecumenical Patriarch of Ottoman Constantinople. A polemician, Scholarios left several written treatises on the inconsistencies of Byzantine and Western traditions, the Filioque, Aristotelian critique, and quotes from an investigation of the Orthodox faith given to Mehmed II. Scholarius is thought to have been born as Georgios of Constantinople in 1400. He was an Abecedarian, to Represent of Ephesus. Manuel-Mark would then have suggested that he research under his own former tutor, Georgios Gemistus Pletho, after his tutelage under the renowned John Chortasmenos. His studies under Pletho, however, are a matter of speculation and he should have been more likely to take part in Pletho's lectures at Mistra at some stage. Scholarius was a science professor when he became Emperor John VIII Palaeologus 'theological counsellor. In fact, the Emperor officially examined the plays of Nilus Cabasilas in preparation for the Council of Ferrara-Florence, together with Mark of Ephesus and Gennadius Scholarius in 1437. Curiously, possibly because of his criticism of the Filioque in Thomistic Metaphysics, the church examined John Duns Scotus 'works extensively, as did Scotus' notion of a hierarchical contrast between God's nature and existence, as well as Christ's virtues. Scholarius wrote an authoritative rebuttal of the first eighteen of this paragraph, to delegate to Ephesus. By this we could conclude that Scholarius initially wrote a theological analysis to tell his former mentor that Thomas Aquinas 'teachings did not actually constitute a Latin response to Trinity-related questions. Traditionally, Scholarius was popular when he followed his Emperor under John VIII to the Council of Ferrara-Florence, acting as a judge in the civil courts of Ferrara and Florence in 1438–39. This effort aimed at forming a union between the Greek and Latin Churches which he backed up at the time. In four remarks he addressed the Senate and were both particularly conciliatory. As the council offered its initial Genaddius assistance, in early June 1400 he seeded on union and gave it up. Before his passing, Scholarius, at the urging of his tutor Mark of Ephesus, who had absolutely converted him to anti-Latin orthodoxy, was regarded as the most uncompromising opponent of the empire. It was at this point that Scholarius in Aquinas started to call attention to the putative heterodoxy by separating motifs between God's values and existence. In addition, as found in Jugie's musical omnia version, Scholarius denies Thomas Aquinas 'chapters 94–96 of his research "On Life and Death," and replaces Scotism's Thomistic understanding with a friendlier relationship with Palamas. And he also mitigates the 'complete exclusion' of Aquinas, 'recognising the more conventional perspective of later scholastics on Aquinas. This argument emphasises the increasing metaphysical gap between Scholarius and Aquinas where he appears to be more condemnational to him theologically in later works. Therefore, the difference may be overstated. Marcus Plested notes that the respect and affection of Scholarios for Thomas was to stay undimmed in his career, while in later plays he would also stress the alarm factor. Given his cautions, Scholarios writes of Thomas "We respect this divinely-inspired and knowledgeable man. In support of his current beliefs, he wrote other plays that varied so much from the earlier conciliatory ones that Allatius assumed there should be two people of the same name.
Staff Picks
  • Kaitlyn Maura
    Published 2 months ago
    Breaking Free: January 2020’s New Moon in Aquarius

    Breaking Free: January 2020’s New Moon in Aquarius

    On Friday, January 24th, we will have our first New Moon of 2020, occurring at about 4'21 degrees of the creative and innovative sign of Aquarius. Here's what to expect.
  • Becka Maisuradze
    Published 5 months ago
    Is Face Recognition an Immoral Technology?

    Is Face Recognition an Immoral Technology?

    It’s a crazy world we live in. We’re able to literally reach the stars, communicate from one end of the world to the other, and even create self-evolving machines. Technological advancement doesn’t seem to exhaust itself.
  • Tonya Moore
    Published 6 months ago
    Space Age Mermaid

    Space Age Mermaid

    Sulily sleeps suspended inside a transparent, cylindrical womb filled with luminous blue fluid. Her suit sticks to her body like a second skin and has knobby nodes that run up the length of her spine and end at the soft helmet's base at the back of her neck. From the center of the helmet, wires fan outward and upward, gathering at the control center at the top of the container. Her mouth and nose are covered by a breathing apparatus with a serpentine root that coils and stretches down to the base of the cylinder.
  • K.E. Lanning
    Published 6 months ago
    Review of 'The Testaments' by Margaret Atwood

    Review of 'The Testaments' by Margaret Atwood

    “Praise be!” It has been 34 years since the controversial, and even banned novel, The Handmaid’s Tale was published (1985), and on September 10, 2019, Margaret Atwood published its sequel, The Testaments. Her latest novel has already garnered critical praise and was named to the shortlist for the Booker Prize.
  • Anna Gooding-Call
    Published 7 months ago
    Here's What Might Happen When We Meet Aliens

    Here's What Might Happen When We Meet Aliens

    It's very unlikely that we're alone in the universe. (That is, unless you think that something happened to everybody else.) There are a lot of possible scenarios that might play out when we finally meet E.T. Which ones are we most likely to experience? Read on...
  • Jenna Deedy
    Published 7 months ago
    The Amazon Is on Fire but There Is Hope

    The Amazon Is on Fire but There Is Hope

    2019 has not been kind to the Amazon Rainforest with more than 40,000 fires across the region this year alone. Scientists from Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research have determined that this year alone has seen the fastest rate of burning since the organization began a record-keeping survey on the health of the rainforest in 2013. In fact, the toxic smoke from the fires is so intense that many parts of Brazil now lay under darkness, and in some places, hours before the sun could even start setting.
Featured Collections
Art
  • Terri-lyne Gedanitz
    Published 8 months ago
    My Eyes

    My Eyes

    BANG!
  • Franc Kaiser
    Published 8 months ago
    The Bizarre Paintings of Franc Kaiser
  • Sabine Scott
    Published 8 months ago
    The Seven Laws of Origami

    The Seven Laws of Origami

    Akira Yoshizawa, a teenager in the nineteen-twenties, quit his factory job and proceeded to turn paper-folding into a fine art. Today, origami kits are common and consist of a booklet of instructions and a set of colored paper. The paper is two-sided with a different color on each side. The instructions, consisting of mostly of arrows and lines, are a part of a worldwide standard of visual language for origami that Akira pioneered. He also invented the wet folding technique, which allows for more sculptural interpretations.
Artificial Intelligence
Extraterrestrial
  • Will Russell
    Published 9 days ago
    I Prefer Martians to Humans

    I Prefer Martians to Humans

    Nobody else on the planet will agree me. I get it. Men prefer Men. Women prefer men. Women prefer Transgender. Gender Nonconforming prefer women. Transgender prefer Transgender. Men prefer Transgender. Women prefer Gender Nonconforming. Men prefer Women. Gender Nonconforming prefer Men. Transgender prefer Women. Transgender prefer Men. Men prefer Gender Nonconforming. I prefer none of them. I prefer the Martian to the Human.
  • Bazooka Teaches
    Published 15 days ago
    We Could Be The First in the Universe

    We Could Be The First in the Universe

    The universe is so immense that the thought that life could be life out there is not crazy. However, the idea is that life out in the universe is always more intelligent than us, right? You know, UFOs and little green aliens coming to invade Earth, or constantly abducting people to study. The other idea is that life could exist in some distant planet in bacteria form, or that some life prevails in some water planet.
  • Bazooka Teaches
    Published 22 days ago
    Always Tell Aliens You are the Supreme Leader

    Always Tell Aliens You are the Supreme Leader

    If I was approached by aliens in the middle of nowhere and asked me who the leader of the world was, I would definitely say it’s me. Yes, I would tell aliens that I am the leader of the world and that I was overthrown by our current government, along with all the other governments in the world. Of course, my story would be quite compelling.
Fantasy
  • Michaela Bisiker
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Night on the Town

    Night on the Town

    An afternoon of ale and roast beef filled Eirik’s belly nicely. He and Ruefin Broadblade hadn’t left their seats since arriving at the tavern and finding themselves in a crowd of men from their own company with which to trade stories and insults. Eventually the conversation turned to more traditional soldierly pursuits.
  • Michaela Bisiker
    Published about 6 hours ago
    The Moneylender's Safe

    The Moneylender's Safe

    "But it's all I have, my lord. How will I feed my children?" The vendor extended his hands in supplication over his display of fruit and vegetables. "Give me another week, I beg you. Just one more week."
  • Jabari
    Published about 10 hours ago
    The Pageboys
Future
  • Marshall Barnes
    Published 15 days ago
    THE NON-INNOVATIVE "TIME TRAVEL INNOVATION" THAT'S NOT AN INNOVATION, NOR TIME TRAVEL, AT ALL

    THE NON-INNOVATIVE "TIME TRAVEL INNOVATION" THAT'S NOT AN INNOVATION, NOR TIME TRAVEL, AT ALL

    "Is it really possible to travel back in time? What about traveling into the future, have we finally figured out how to do that? Well, you’ll have to read on to find out…"
  • Brandon Becerra
    Published 22 days ago
    Cleaning up the Ocean

    Cleaning up the Ocean

    Many people might not know, but plastic has been important for human evolution, and we use it for multiple things. The problem with plastic is that it doesn’t just disappear; it sticks around for hundreds of years and sometimes it ends up in the natural environment, mostly on the ocean. Plastics can get to the ocean in different ways; for example, the rain and winds can drag plastics to the ocean, but that’s not the only way they can get to the ocean, another common way is through storm drains. When plastics reach the ocean, they never break down completely, instead they turn into really small pieces called microplastics that can be dangerous for marine life. A study run by the Monterey Bay Aquarium shows that small ocean animals are consuming microplastic particles; yes, those are the same ocean creatures that we consume. These microplastic particles mainly come from consumer products like plastic water bottles and product packaging, but not all plastics in the ocean get to break down into microplastics, sometimes plastics end up being eaten by large ocean animals, which is really dangerous for them because their digestive system can get clogged up. Once their digestive system is clogged up, the animal stops receiving the nutrition that they need and end up dying with their stomachs full of plastic (“Plastic pollution”). I believe we should become more aware of the problems that plastics are bringing to the ocean and worry about finding a way to take plastics out of the ocean and planning on what to do with those plastics after they out of the ocean.
  • Edie Tuck
    Published 23 days ago
    We’ve Given the Planet a Fever

    We’ve Given the Planet a Fever

    Go on. Tell me that climate change isn’t real. Come on, I dare you!
Humanity
  • Horoscope Specialist
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Get your full compatibility through Marriage prediction 2020

    Get your full compatibility through Marriage prediction 2020

    The Marriage Prediction is meant for giving you a broad outline nature of your marital life based on the planetary position in your birth chart. As per Vedic astrology, several factors influence the timing of a person’s marriage and chart the course of the married life. When it comes to marriage life, the Marriage Prediction helps you find out how the various planetary influences related to marriage chart shape your marital life.
  • Creative Writing
    Published 2 days ago
    Philodemus

    Philodemus

    Philodemus Gadara was an Epicurean philosopher and poet. Under Zeno of Sidon, he taught at Athens before going to Rome, then to Herculaneum. He was once known mostly for his poetry preserved in Greek anthology, but several of his writings have been found among the burned papyrus rolls in Herculaneum's Villa of the Papyri since the 18th century. Excavating these rolls and deciphering them is an arduous task, and practice continues to this day. The publications of Philodemus which have been uncovered thus far contain essays on ethics, theology, rhetoric, prose, poetry and the history of numerous philosophy schools. In 1908 Barker agreed to become director of the Villa Papyri Library. Philodemus Raised c. 110 BC At Gadara, Coele-Syria. Before arriving in Rome about 80 BC, he studied in Athens under the scholar of the Epicurean Phoenician, Zeno of Sidon, the father of the Epicurean academy. He was a disciple of Zeno but an innovative artistic thinker with little to say to conventional epicureans. He was a friend of Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus and was involved in Cicero's profligacy of Piso, who nonetheless warmly praised Philodemus for his philosophical views and his poetry's lascivia elegants. Philodemus had influenced Horace's Ars Poetica. Thirty-four of his epigrams are, most of them, love poems, in the Greek anthology. There was an extensive library at Piso's Villa of the Papyri at Herculaneum, a large part of which was produced by a compilation of Epicurean texts, some of which were available in more than one edition, raising the likelihood that this portion of Piso's compilation belonged to Philodemus. The villa's inventory was ruined during the Vesuvius eruption, 79 CE, and the papyri are carbonised and crushed, but retained. Carbonized papyrus rolls containing thirty-six treatises attributed to Philodemus were found during the tunneling excavation of the Villa in the 18th century, from 1752 to 1754. Both plays deal with literature, verse, morality, signs, virtues and vices, the good lord and they advocate the Epicurean standpoint against the Stoics and the Peripatetics. The first fragments of Philodemus from Herculaneum had been published in 1824. In 2019 a scroll on the history of Plato's College, which had been unrolled and glued to cardboard in 1795, was studied using shortwave-infrared hyperspectral imaging. Not only did this reveal what was written on the back of the scroll but it also highlighted 150 new front words. "The task of unrolling, interpreting and reading those texts was overwhelming. Naples wasn't a particularly hospitable place for classical scholars. Ultimately, the philosophies of the Hellenistic schools were not well-known, nor widely regarded, until very recently. Such elements collaborated to cripple scholarly curiosity in and use of the Herculaneum papyri. But lately, partially due to the efforts of the Herculaneum Papyri's International Centre for the Study, these rolls have become the subject of revived scholarly work and have produced many findings that are invaluable to the study of Hellenistic philosophy. Scholars today work from digitally modified photographs, ultraviolet and multi-image printing, and transcriptions of 18th-century records that were lost while unrolling and transcribing them. The actual Papyri's in the National Library of Naples. The Philodemus Project, named after the philosopher poet, is an international effort to reconstruct new texts of Philodemus 'works on poetics, rhetoric and poetry, funded by a large grant from the National Endowment after Humanities, as well as contributions from individuals and universities concerned. Oxford University Press will edit and rewrite these texts, and print them in a collection of volumes. Philodemus comments on the topic of induction in On Methods of Inference and questions the validity of inductive inference from the observable to the non-observed. Another problem is the existence of extraordinary occurrences that can never be derived by what occurs elsewhere. There are other unusual instances in our culture, such as the man half a cubit tall in Alexandria, with a giant head that could be hammered with a hammer that the embalmers used to show; the guy in Epidaurus who married as a young woman and then became a man.
  • Creative Writing
    Published 2 days ago
    Plutarch

    Plutarch

    Plutarch was born up into a wealthy family in the small town of Chaeronea some 80 kilometers east of Delphi, in Boeotia, Greece. His father became rich. Plutarch's father's name was not retained but Nikarchus was presumably based on the Greek traditional practice of repeating a name in alternating generations. Plutarch's grandfather's name was Lamprias, as he attested in Moralia and Antony's History. His siblings, Timon and Lamprias, are always mentioned in the most affectionate terms in his essays and dialogues which speak particularly about Timon. For his work Life of Plutarchus for 1624 Rualdus extracted the name of Plutarch's friend, Timoxena, from the interior descriptions provided by his writings. A letter that Plutarch addressed to his wife remains, telling her not to grieve so much at the death of her two-year-old daughter, named after her mother Timoxena. In the letter of consolation he pointed at a belief in reincarnation. The precise number of his sons is not known as there are numerous references to two of them, Autobulus and the second Plutarch. Both are committed to the De animae procreatione treatise of Plutarch in Timaeo, and the marriage of his son to Autobulus is the topic of one of the dinner parties mentioned in the "Table Talk" Another man, Soklarus, is spoken of in terms that seem to suggest that he was the son of Plutarch, but this is definitely not specified anywhere. Recently, his treatise on marital issues, addressed to Eurydice and Pollianus, appears to talk of the latter as a prisoner of household, but with no specific evidence as to whether or not she was his aunt. In addition to his roles as a Delphic temple priest, Plutarch also served as a magistrate at Chaeronea and during his early adult years he accompanied his home town on many missions to foreign countries. Plutarch held the archon's office in his home place, maybe even an annual one that he had in fact occupied only once. He busied himself with all of the town's smallest things and worked out the humblest work. The first biographical work by Plutarch is The Lives of the Roman Emperors, from Augustus to Vitellius. Among these only the Galba and Otho Lives survive. Tiberius 'and Nero's Lives remain only as fragments, given respectively by Damascus and Plutarch himself. These biographies of early emperors may have been written during the Flavian dynasty, or during the reign of Nerva. Plutarch's best known book is The Parallel Lives, a series of biographies arranged in pairs of famous Greeks and Romans to highlight their shared moral virtues and vices. The remaining Lives have 23 pairs, each with one Greek Life and one Roman Life, and four single unpaired Lives. Because Spartans wrote no history before Plutarch's five Spartan lives in the Hellenistic Era, and Spartan Women's Speeches of Spartans and Sayings, embedded in texts that have since vanished, are among the best references for Lacedaemonia historians. Yet they are also contentious although important. Plutarch lived decades after writing about the Sparta and he had long forgotten much of the ancient practices he described while visiting Sparta so he never really knew what he read. Plutarch references may be disturbing to themselves. As historians Sarah Pomeroy, Stanley Burstein, Walter Donlan, and Jennifer Tolbert Roberts wrote, "Plutarch was inspired by stores written after Sparta's fall and characterized by a desire for a better history, actual or imaginary." Turning to Plutarch himself, they note, the frustration of writers like Plutarch and Xenophon over Spartan culture led them to exaggerate their monolithic existence. While incomplete, Plutarch as one of the only ancient sources of knowledge regarding Spartan existence is still indispensable. The works of Plutarch on Sparta, though they must be regarded with scepticism, remain important for their great detail.
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Literature
  • K.E. Lanning
    Published 23 days ago
    Perdido Street Station—the 20th anniversary of China Miéville’s critically acclaimed novel

    Perdido Street Station—the 20th anniversary of China Miéville’s critically acclaimed novel

    Celebrating its twentieth anniversary, China Miéville’s award winning Weird/urban fantasy novel, Perdido Street Station (2000, Macmillan), is the opening salvo of his fictional world of Bas-Lag, a strange slurry of magic, steampunk, and post-modern enigmas. The second novel in the trilogy, The Scar, was published in 2002, and the final book, Iron Council (2004), completes the New Crobuzon trilogy.
  • Keonna Nelson
    Published 2 months ago
    Hello Rio!
  • Shelby Schwartz
    Published 2 months ago
    The Night Was Cold In the Kingdom

    The Night Was Cold In the Kingdom

    Ice crystals began to form along the pine trees that surround the gated kingdom. The one with the walls so high, you can’t see in or out. With the towers made of stain glass. They tell a story of the past. A harsh, painful one that brought the kingdom to its glory. One of respect and dignity. In that kingdom lies a prince. Young, full of grace and loyal to his people. He wears a coat of blues and reds. A crown of silver, with rows of ruby’s lining the prestige that resides upon his black locks. It was said for century’s he would be the one to bring the two kingdoms together. Either by force or marriage.
Science
Science Fiction
  • Don Anderson II
    Published a day ago
    Fallen (Part II)

    Fallen (Part II)

    ------------- Continued from "Fallen" -------------------
  • James Marriot
    Published 5 days ago
    BB PT3 (FINALE)

    BB PT3 (FINALE)

    Black Bullet gets little tiny lightning bolts in his eyes as he thinks back to his parent's death. Black bullet reaches a new speed, and the speed was a light speed punch. His fists turn into black flames as he lands the most excruciating punch of his life. It knocked Dr. Wang onto his back and knocked him out. Shadow boy reappeared from the ground and had a big smile on his face. They look back at Dr. Yang and still see him sitting on kids, shadow boy punches him with his other hand and knocks him out. The Black Bullet picks up Dr. Yang, Dr. Wang, and the kids. He takes Dr. Wang to the Master-Baitors base and Dr. Yang and the kids to the police station. He puts Dr. Wang in the high-security cell in the Baiter division headquarters, he goes back to get Shadow Boy and leaves him in a hospital as he goes to integrate Dr. Wang. He waits for him to wake up, the cells block superhuman powers so he won’t be able to use any of his stolen powers here.
  • James Marriot
    Published 5 days ago
    BB PT2

    BB PT2

    Nick was astonished when he realized that Luke had superpowers as well. That made him have a lot of intelligence as well. Once he had realized that he had superpowers, he carried him to the kitchen to make him some food so they can discuss his powers. He made some Macaroni and cheese. “So, you have some powers, eh?” asked Nicholas. “Yes I do, I can turn invisible and turn into a shadow to take control of other shadows. My brain was also mutated, and now I am super intelligent and can speak at the skill level of somebody that is nine times my age.” explained Luke, “What’s your power?” “Well, although you have the power to vanish into shadows, I can slow down time which makes it look like I am moving very quickly. I can pretty much dodge absolutely anything as long as I can see it.” Nick then trained him to become a great hero just like him until he was an adult. Nick was now after the person he killed his family, he didn't know it was Dr. Wang...
Scifi Movie
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 2 months ago
    My Review of "Contagion"

    My Review of "Contagion"

    Every few years there's a new virus that makes everyone fear for their lives. This year it's the new Coronavirus. So I guess the writers of Contagion discovered this trend when they recognized how much SARS and H1N1 freaked us all out.
  • Greg Seebregts
    Published 2 months ago
    'The 5th Wave' (2016) Review

    'The 5th Wave' (2016) Review

    I'm pretty sure I've mentioned this before but I'm a huge sci-fi fan. People have asked me in the past:
  • Edward German
    Published 3 months ago
    The Monitors

    The Monitors

    Do you hate war, pollution, or hard pizza rolls? You would love the 1969 science fiction/satire "The Monitors". This motion picture is based on a science fiction novel of the same name written by Keith Laumer and published in 1966. The story is about a group of friendly aliens coming to Earth and taking over the planet and its governments. The movie was produced by the Second City comedy troupe and co-produced by the Bell and Howe Corporation. This film was shot on location in Chicago, Illinois with the intention it would become a center of movie and TV production. The Monitors is minutes 92 in length and premiered on October 8, 1969, in New York City.
Space
  • Sarah Beattie
    Published 2 days ago
    On the Shoulders of Giants to the Stars

    On the Shoulders of Giants to the Stars

    At the beginning of the space race, there was a motion to put man in space fastest. No grammar did not matter the only thing that did matter was beating the Russians, except when it came to putting a woman in space. Russia beat us by almost 20 years by sending Cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova. It was not because we did not have competent women ready to go to space, in fact, there were thirteen of them and they were called the Mercury Thirteen, but because at the time women were still seen as belonging in the kitchen.
  • Antonia Lyons
    Published 3 months ago
    The Game Of Life

    The Game Of Life

    One day, long before lizards were still fish and dinosaurs realised meteorites were not just shooting stars, the “Intelligence” that gave birth to all galaxies, planets and millions of universes, decided it was time to start an experiment.
  • Emily Burn
    Published 4 months ago
    UK Space Industry Sets out a Vision for Growth

    UK Space Industry Sets out a Vision for Growth

    Among the latest space news that can be found on https://orbitaltoday.com/, the following is the most exciting. On May 11, 2018, the Space Growth Partnership published its strategies for the UK space sector over the next ten years. Their vision can be summarized in four points:
Tech
  • Christine W
    Published 17 days ago
    What is destroying us

    What is destroying us

    I am a 2000's baby, and I have found that technology is negatively affecting our society and the generations to come.
  • Marshall Barnes
    Published 3 months ago
    Dateline:2020 - The International Year of Time Travel Science

    Dateline:2020 - The International Year of Time Travel Science

    2020 will be called the International Year of Time Travel Science, because for the first time ever, it is obvious that time travel to the past is going to happen much sooner than anyone predicted. It is only a question of where, when and by who, but on an international level, the activity leading up to that has been well underway, though you wouldn't know it by looking at the news media. Though outlets like ABC, Bloomberg, and Space.com will occasionally cover time travel science stories, but if they do it is always seen as a far off notion or only theoretical and always based on Einstein's theories of Relativity - Einstein, a man who didn't even believe in time travel to the past and as if nothing else has happened over the last 100 years.
  • Craig Middleton
    Published 6 months ago
    The Heightening Interests in Solar Energy

    The Heightening Interests in Solar Energy

    As more and more people are learning about the benefits of clean energy, the more popular solar energy is becoming. Solar energy is basically able to provide all the energy a home needs when it comes to running the appliances in the home. When installing a solar energy system in a home, most installers advise homeowners to also add the solar battery. A solar battery makes it convenient to run high capacity appliances. Not only can solar energy take care of all of our needs when it comes to enjoying electricity in the home, but they do it in a clean way.