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Happy Crucifixion day!!
Many people claim to "know" god, or that "god is great", or that we all should "believe in Jesus because he's our saviour", but that's all bullshit, not (only) because of what is being claimed, but copious amounts of bullshit...
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well presented bit of history :)
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has one of my favourite lines from a song ever! .... "I like things that don't change, because the more something changes, the more it stays the same"
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A Queensland seismologist has warned the state should prepare for damaging earthquakes as strong as magnitude 6 in the future, despite widespread public perceptions the risk is low.
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R.I.P.  ... one of my earliest memories was watching this very episode of "In search of.."
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so awesome!
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great movie!
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great video! I remember that day too when the high tide swamped the entire Earth, thankfully I hitched a ride with a dude called Noah! ;-)
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who's the more foolish... the fool or the fool who follows him?--[Obi-Wan]
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looking? found someone I would say you have, hmmmm?
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seen Empire Strikes Back at least 100 times (probably a lot more but i didn't want to sound like a freak or anything) - oh and for half a second there, maybe even a whole second, I was the youngest person on the planet
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Impact crater or supervolcano caldera?
www.esa.int

At first glance, the region covered by this latest Mars Express image release appears to be pockmarked with impact craters. But the largest

Astronomers baffled by discovery of rare quasar quartet | Astronomy Now
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Image of the region of space occupied by the rare quasar quartet. The four quasars are indicated by arrows. The quasars are embedded in a gi

First evidence of volcanic activity on a super-Earth? | Astronomy Now
astronomynow.com

For the first time, researchers led by the University of Cambridge have detected atmospheric variability on a rocky planet outside the Solar

Saturn's superstorms whipped up by water vapour
www.abc.net.au

Saturn's mysterious Great White Spots are caused by the behaviour of water vapour in the gas giant's atmosphere, say US scientists.

A new view of the Moon’s formation | Astronomy Now
astronomynow.com

Within the first 150 million years after our Solar System formed, a giant body roughly the size of Mars struck and merged with Earth, blasti

just mentioning god is idolatry ... (religiorant)
the-evil-atheist.blogspot.com

Many people claim to "know" god, or that "god is great", or that we all should "believe in Jesus because he's our saviour", but that's all b

Jupiter's migration key to our unique solar system
www.abc.net.au

Earth and the other terrestrial planets are late arrivals, forming only after the original planets of the inner solar system were destroyed,

Cosmic dust survived in denser universe
www.abc.net.au

Scientists finally have an explanation as to how cosmic dust - which provides the building blocks for stars - survived the supernova explosi

Hubble views of Ganymede’s aurorae suggest a vast salty subsurface ocean...
astronomynow.com

This is an artist's concept of the moon Ganymede as it orbits the giant planet Jupiter. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope observed aurorae on th

Enormous planet found to be in a quadruple star system | Astronomy Now
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Artist's conception of the 30 Arietis star system now known to be composed of four stars. The distant companion 30 Ari A is actually a pair

Wayward star cluster Kim 2 located far from home in the Galactic suburbs...
astronomynow.com

Like the lost little puppy that wanders too far from home, astronomers have found an unusually small and distant group of stars that seems o

Ancient quasar with massive black hole found at cosmic dawn | Astronomy Now
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Quasars — supermassive black holes found at the centre of distant massive galaxies — are the most luminous beacons in the sky. These central

Eta Carinae's Throbbing X-ray Pulse - Sky & Telescope
www.skyandtelescope.com

When the massive, unstable southern star Eta Carinae sent a blast of X-rays into space last July, astronomers around the world were waiting

Pacific Rim (2013)
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When legions of monstrous creatures, known as Kaiju, started rising from the sea, a war began that would take millions of lives and consume

The astronomy word of the week is “barycenter” | Christopher Crockett
christophercrockett.com

If you want to find a planet orbiting a distant star, it helps to first know something about see-saws. While astronomers and philosophers ha

Balloon with a view
www.economist.com

Up, up and away! MEET ANITA. Strictly, ANITA III—for she is the third iteration of the Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna. Her job, when

Making fuel out of thin air
www.abc.net.au

In a discovery that experts say could revolutionise fuel cell technology, scientists have found that graphene, the world's thinnest, stronge