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How is Mars Rover Opportunity Still Alive? | Space News

Today, we review one of the great ongoing mysteries in the history of Mars exploration. In January of 2004, the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity arrived at the red planet about three weeks apart. Due to the extreme dustiness of … Continue reading

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“Baffling” Mars Plumes are Electric | Space News

Science news headlines around the world tell of a baffling mystery on the planet Mars. In March of 2012, amateur astronomers spotted enormous plumes jetting from the Martian surface. The plumes were more than 250 KM high and several hundreds … Continue reading

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Mysterious Lovejoy Comets | Space News

In the last few years, several of the comets discovered by astronomer Terry Lovejoy have provided astronomers on Earth with dramatic and unexpected displays. From the astonishing 2011 journey of comet c/2011 W3, which survived perihelion just 140,000 km above … Continue reading

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Why Don’t Comets Melt in the Sun? | Space News

Sungrazer comets that survive perihelion extremely close to the Sun is a longstanding puzzle for comet science. In reality, observations going back centuries reveals that a comet’s activity has little or nothing to do with solar warming. Comets sometimes flare … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Consciousness | Interview with Dr. Michael Clarage

Perhaps the greatest mystery of human experience is consciousness itself. Today, the fields of neuroscience and neurotechnology provide astounding insights into the electrical and chemical processes of the brain. Consequently, institutional science proposes with confidence that the brain alone creates … Continue reading

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The “Impossible” Dunes of Comet 67P | Space News

The comet 67P has provided an avalanche of astonishing discoveries that may puzzle scientists for years to come. And one problem that will simply not go away is the seemingly impossible dunes, or dune-like ripples at the comet’s neck. At … Continue reading

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Rosetta Mission Update | 67P’s Mysterious Water Production

Today we continue our report on the first scientific papers on the Rosetta mission to comet 67P. As noted in the previous episode, comet scientists and the science media continue to hold to the traditional story of comets. One basis … Continue reading

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Discourses on an Alien Sky | Cosmic Catastrophe & Cultural Obsession

In this third of the Discourses on an Alien Sky series, Dave Talbott offers a few glimpses of the mythic subject matter and the reasoning protocol for drawing reliable conclusions from ancient witnesses. See the three full documentaries in the … Continue reading

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WHAT IF? Asking the Dangerous Questions | Following the Evidence

This is the second in a series by Dr.Tom Wilson looking at critical issues in the theoretical sciences. These discourse will give special attention to themes highlighted by the science of the Electric Universe. Now that you have heard Episode … Continue reading

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Rosetta Mission Update | First Science Papers

Scientists with the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission are writing a new chapter in the history of comet science. However, institutional science’s understanding of comets is less certain today than at any time before. Recently, the Rosetta team published their … Continue reading

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