Monthly Archives: May 2019

Will Science Become “Useless”?

BY JEFF ZWEERINK – APRIL 19, 2019 “But therein, in my opinion, lies the intellectual bankruptcy of much of theology and some of modern philosophy.” —Lawrence Krauss, A Universe from Nothing, xiv In his book A Universe from Nothing, Lawrence Krauss makes no … Continue reading

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Finding Water Everywhere in the Search for Life

BY JEFF ZWEERINK – APRIL 12, 2019 What comes to mind when you think of water? Personally, water reminds me of some of my favorite activities: canoeing down the spring-fed rivers of southern Missouri, bass fishing in Ozark lakes, watching the … Continue reading

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Life Requires Galactic and Supergalactic Habitable Zones

BY HUGH ROSS – APRIL 8, 2019 Zones where advanced life can exist in the universe just became stricter. Astronomical researchers have discovered that livable neighborhoods must include not only favorable planet-to-star conditions but also galactic and supergalactic features. Almost all … Continue reading

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