Austin Lucas went to hell and back -- almost literally -- for this album. We were supposed to have Between the Moon in our hands two years ago. Following the success of Lucas's Stay Reckless, New West Records was prepared to ...
Perhaps one of the most important images in astronomy has to be the Hubble ultra deep field image. With an exposure time of 1 million seconds as well as 400 orbits the Hubble telescope captured this. You are looking at light that took 13 billion years to get to you! Some of the oldest galaxies are in this image. The red star towards the center of the image is perhaps the only star since it is in the foreground, everything else is basically a galaxy. There are at least 10,000+ galaxies in this image. This really is a stunning image and you should take your time in looking at everything.
There’s nothing quite as simultaneously awe-inspiring and humbling as gazing at the starry sky and coming to terms with your own fleeting role in the cosmos. With this very thought, science journalist Lee Billings sets the stage for his first book, “Five Billion Years of Solitude.” Read more about it here: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/e0ca
"Building a record collection takes time. It takes effort. It takes concentration. It takes patience. And most of all, it takes pride—an amount of pride that is only earned through years of work dedicated to chasing an endgame that nobody can really define."
With the rise of streaming services and viral videos, many argue that the art of collecting may be facing its imminent demise sooner than later. For true believers, however, the digital age may be the single most convenient time in the history of music consumerism.
Best pizza in Shelby County. They don't skimp on toppings. If you search hard enough you can usually find the crust under all of the good stuff. American beers on tap, some TV's for the ball games, and a fishtank by the door. What more can you ask for? Well, okay, they could dim the lights a little and tell the smokers to take it outside. But I go back any chance I get.