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Voodoo Dolls, Gambling Monkeys, Zombies in Love and Paid Vacations for Misbehaving Bureaucrats Top List of the Most Outlandish Government Spending in Wastebook 2014by Sen. Tom Coburn, M.D.: Gambling m ... discuss

Family Research Counsel Update: Houston is home to one of NASA's most sophisticated space centers -- but even it would have trouble finding signs of intelligence in the local Mayor's office. The c ... discuss

Ben Pierce was born at 23 weeks, weighing only one pound and six ounces. He was so tiny his eyelids were fused shut. His mother, Heidi Thaden-Pierce, said, “My hope was just to see him before he ... discuss

Houston is home to one of NASA's most sophisticated space centers -- but even it would have trouble finding signs of intelligence in the local Mayor's office. The city's highest official is blowing pa ... discuss

Kung pwede na ganito ka SLOPPY mag-Misa, do not expect the regular Church goers to dress properly.Stole over tshirt? Stole over polo barong? Pinaka maayos na ang stole over religious habit, ... discuss

40 QUOTES FROM BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA ON ISLAM AND CHRISTIANITYNTEB News Desk | October 2, 2013WHEN SOMEONE SHOWS YOU WHO THEY ARE, BELIEVE THEMSince 2009, NOW THE END BEGINS has brought you story after ... discuss

Image Credit: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)Last week was a busy time around Mars as two new spacecraft arrived to study the planet from orbit. On Sunday, September 21, NASA's MAVEN spacecr ... discuss

In the Diocese of Novaliches, this LITURGICAL DISSENT continues; ang MISA NG BAYANANG PILIPINO.Jeff Velasco admits that the MBP has not received any recognitio, but at the same time says tha ... discuss

An Atlas V rocket launching the MAVEN mission to Mars. The Atlas V will play a role in major developments announced this week. Photo credit: NASAAfter the usual summer lull, space policy events i ... discuss

NASAToday is the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 pioneering expedition to the lunar surface, the day human beings first made landfall on another world. Check out Rand Simberg's ceremonial commemorat ... discuss

Weird Saturn Radio Signals Puzzle Astronomers NASA’s Cassini spacecraft recently found that the natural radio wave signals coming from the giant planet differ in the northern and southern hemisphere ... discuss

Do you remember when we had presidents who believed in America and the American Dream? Do you remember when we had presidents who loved this country? I do. The Dimocrat Party gave us an American pres ... discuss

This NASA picture is clearly extremely clean. You wouldn’t want to spend so much money and time, only to have a small contaminate cause the mission to fail. Perhaps this example is overkill, and ... discuss

A huge roundup of links for your weekend enjoyment. In today's edition: learning from Calvin and Hobbes, rethinking the grind, moon shots, Disney and God, and more.***********What Calvin and Hobbes&nb ... discuss

Today's Show: The Coming Four Blood MoonsTop news on Nevada rancher and supporters in standoff with Feds, plus tomorrow the first of four 'blood moons' as NASA charted will occur and be seen by much o ... discuss

NASA, the nation and the world are observing this week the anniversaries of human losses in spaceflight: Apollo 1 (forty seven years ago yesterday, January 27), Challenger (twenty eight years ago t ... discuss

I do not object to this paper so much as to the reporting on it. The paper itself (Middleton, C., & Langston, M. “Circular orbits on a warped spandex fabric.”  arXiv:1312.3893) is a compa ... discuss

Cygnus/Antares launch on January 9, 2014 from the Mid-Atlantic Space CoastImage Credit: NASA/Bill IngallsThe past week was the first full week of 2014 and it featured at least four significant events ... discuss

Although the newest galactic image captured by a NASA telescope is being reported widely, there’s a major irony in the name given to the remarkable photograph – the “Hand of God.” ... discuss

(Space.com) The hand might look like an X-ray from the doctor’s office, but it is actually a cloud of material ejected from a star that exploded. NASA’s NuSTAR spacecraft has imaged the st ... discuss

Herewith the annual V for Victory! year-end highlights, with thanks as usual to Wikipedia for refreshing my recollection:January2: The "fiscal cliff" is allegedly averted with the signing into la ... discuss

Found this one on Hackernews this morning, what do YOU think? The Mars Curiosity rover has been a huge boon for NASA – tapping into the public’s fascination with space exploration and the search f ... discuss

President John F. Kennedy addressing Congress on May 25, 1961 on reaching the Moon within the decade. Credit: NASAIn the Fall of 1963, I was in third grade. On that Friday afternoon, my class first he ... discuss

I just discovered this fantastic search engine for the NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day library. It’s written by Stuart who runs the @apod twitter account and blogs at http://www.strudel.org.uk ... discuss

The anticipated historic launches from the Wallops Island, VA in September occurred successfully and have gone on to carrying out successful missions. NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Expl ... discuss

This is what will change once the Government shuts down: (H/T The American Spectator) Via Fox News: A look at how services would or would not be affected if Congress fails to reach an agreement avert ... discuss

The Antares rocket on its test launch to orbit on April 21, 2013. Credit: NASA/Bill IngallsSeptember along the Mid-Atlantic shore usually means smaller crowds and lower lodging rates even as the air a ... discuss

NASAToday is the 44th anniversary of the Apollo 11 pioneering expedition to the lunar surface, the day human beings first made landfall on another world. Check out Rand Simberg's ceremonial commemorat ... discuss

New Electric Gravity Supports The Phenomena In General RelativityA New Electric Gravity Theory Based Entirely On Electromagnetic And Quantum Electrodynamics That By And Large Supports The Findings Of ... discuss

Austin, TX has become a living display case for the core of the abortion-rights movement. It's hard to stomach the sight of so many people turning out to express such enthusiasm for dismembering pain- ... discuss

NASA, Artist concept by Denise WattThe National Research Council has appointed an ad hoc committee to study the future of human spaceflight. The committee is looking for input from the public. For mor ... discuss

Asteroid retrieval mission concept: Image Credit: NASA/Advanced Concepts Lab More than two months overdue, the Obama Administration released its FY2014 budget proposal yesterday. The proposed budget i ... discuss

P. Chodas (NASA/JPL) (Click on image for enlarged view.)The topic of asteroids encountering the Earth have suddenly received plenty of media and public attention following Friday's explosion of a lar ... discuss

The International Space Station's DEXTRE robot grasps the RRM hardware during the key demonstration last Thursday, Jan. 24.(Image from TV downlink/credit: NASA)The latest project I worked on during my ... discuss

NASA, the nation and the world are observing this week the anniversaries of human losses in spaceflight: Apollo 1 (forty six years ago Sunday, January 27), Challenger (twenty seven years ago yesterday ... discuss

NASA, Artist concept by Denise Watt.Some of my friends in the space community announced a new asteroid mining venture, Deep Space Industries, Inc. The company plans to start launching small precursor ... discuss

Viñeta cómica que circula en la web.Uno de los observatorios astronómicos más antiguos del mundo es el del Vaticano. Actualmente está en funciones y en él trabajan un competente equipo de cient ... discuss

FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS: Locations and Executive Orders article source: http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1062   There over 800 prison camps in the United States, ... discuss

Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSSThis is a view of two of the trenches made by the 1.6-inch-wide (4-centimeter-wide) scoop on NASA's Mars rover Curiosity in October 2012 at a site called Rocknest. N ... discuss

What’s not to hate? Judge Jeanine Pirro has much to say about the terrorist attack at Benghazi, Libya, on 9/11/l2. >Government is not the solution to the problem; government IS the problem.WILL ... discuss

The liberals want Obama to postpone the election, using as an excuse the destruction wrought by Hurricane Sandy in a part of the country that is dominated by liberals.  Can it be done?Not legally ... discuss

Remember Watergate? Remember the non-stop media coverage? Where are the media on the Benghazi debacle? The more we learn about what happened (and didn't happen) at the embassy, the more we see that th ... discuss

IF HE'S NOT DEFEATED ON NOVEMBER 6TH, CONGRESS SHOULD START IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS -- rfh Note o'mam's priorities: February 17, 2010 >article source: http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2010/02/nas ... discuss

JIMMY FALLON: NASA is warning that solar radiation could cause TV outages over the next week, or as Mitt Romney put it [crossing his fingers], 'Please happen during the debate. Please happen during th ... discuss

Voyager - The Interstellar Mission ... discuss

Storming Embassies, Killing Ambassadors, and ‘Smart’ Diplomacyby Victor Davis HansonNational Review OnlineThe attacks on the US embassy yesterday in Cairo and the storming of the American cons ... discuss

In 1219 the Shah of the Islamic Khwarezmid Empire (present day Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan), Ala ad-Din Muhammad had the ambassadors of Genghis Khan killed. This affront to diplomatic convention l ... discuss

So, d’ya have a good laborious day yesterday? Munch munch munch. Yikes. Sneeze. (yes I’m very very allergic to those) Liberal global energy policies and unintended consequences. A park t ... discuss

And this is the federal agency Obama wants to turn into a Muslims' relations group. ... discuss

Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney, "..when the world needs someone to do the really big stuff, you need an American." (quote source: RNC acceptance speech Th.30Aug12) /DIV> From: bebop/le ... discuss

Ronald Reagan taught us, "How do you tell a communist? Well, it's someone who reads Marx and Lenin. And how do you tell an anti-Communist? It's someone who understands Marx and Lenin." Barack Obama's ... discuss

From the e-mail newsletter sent to fans of MercatorNet, it's editor Michael Cook ponders the lessons learned this week from two different Armstrongs.Whenever we looked at the moon in this last couple ... discuss

Last year, astronomers reported the discovery of a pair of white dwarf stars orbiting one another at the astonishing pace of about 13 minutes per revolution. Now, a year of follow-up observations have ... discuss

NASA’s Radiation Belt Storm Probe (RBSP) satellites launched this morning from Cape Canaveral in Florida on a mission to study the Earth Van Allen belt, which area torus-shaped area of highly-ch ... discuss

Credit: NASANeil Armstrong, who became the first human being to step onto another world, passed away on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at age 82. Armstrong actually remembered the landing, where he skill ... discuss

Maybe you have read anything these days about the polar other 2012? Perhaps you have seen your blockbuster movie that The show biz industry put out last year called this year? If you are a minor famil ... discuss

Astronaut Neil Armstrong always modestly viewed himself, and preferred to be viewed by others, as the anchor man in a relay race. That race began in 1957. The Soviets had their own reasons for going t ... discuss

One Giant Leap for Mankind!With those words (accidently omiting the a before man), Neil Armstrong became the 1st human being to ever walk on the surface of the Moon. This past Saturday, Neil Armstrong ... discuss

We all had memories of Neil Armstrong that were re-kindled when hearing of his death. A place. A picture. An image. Barack Obama? He placed HIMSELF in it. Only a phuquing insecure man with n ... discuss

"One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Who could ever forget the words of Neil Armstrong, the first human to set foot on the moon at 9:56pm (Houston time) July 20, 1969, as he poet ... discuss

What's it like to look up at the moon and know your footprints are there?Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon, the first human being to step on its surface.Billions of people have live ... discuss

In a way it is fitting that I learned about Neil Armstrong's death while dropping off one of the Troglotykes (#2) at college. In addition to my father, there was no greater influence and ins ... discuss

One of our local heroes, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, has died at age 82 from complications of cardiac bypass surgery. “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” is A ... discuss

The Summer of '69 "it was the best years of my life", as the song goes. a few months before I met my girlfriend and future wife. A time of war but a time of extraordinary achievements. A time when ... discuss

  Astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the surface of the Moon, has died today at age 82. Armstrong, together with fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin, landed on the surface of the moon o ... discuss

From: ah Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2012 Subject:  The Country of Texas Sabinal is lookin better all the time!  I'll never forget those Fords in Tex ... discuss

Imprimis Free Subscription - Imprimis Archives From: Hillsdale College  Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2012 Subject: July/August Imprimis: Economic Lessons from American History July/ ... discuss

A new study demonstrates a connection between the Earth’s surrounding magnetic field and the convection of material in the Earth’s mantle. The mantle is the plastic layer of heated rock surroundin ... discuss

“You can drown understanding in facts. Anyone who fails to perceive the mystery at work within the facts of nature or of history is just stuffing his head and his heart with a lot of things that ma ... discuss

Two quick pointers: Best watching is in the pre-dawn hours Look for the gathering of Jupiter, Venus, and the crescent Moon as the shower reaches its peak Link to video. ... discuss

A combination of three key changes leads mission controllers to believe that the Voyager 1 spacecraft is finally reaching the boundary between the solar system and interstellar space. Over the course ... discuss

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One of the first images from Curiosity after landing on Mars overnight. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech) (left); Image of curiosity descending to the Martian surface under its parachute taken by the ... discuss

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As you can see in the video above, the Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity landed safely on the surface of Mars late last night, touching  down at 1:31 a.m. EDT. With a complex landing system, an ... discuss

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Update: Wheels down on Mars. Receiving images. Follow the progress of the mission with JPL. Early images from Gale Crater, Mars. Curiosity's wheel is clear in lower right corner of  image on ... discuss

...you can feel proud to be part of humanity.  Pretty neat.  I wasn't expecting to get worked up over it but I did.  MarsCuriosity.  Good job NASA. ... discuss

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PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — NASA's Curiosity rover is zooming toward Mars. 2 read more ... discuss

NASA today officially announced that SpaceX, Boeing and Sierra Nevada Corp. have won funding awards in the final development round of its commercial crew program, now called Commercial Crew Integrated ... discuss

by Michael Baruzzini If you live in a dark enough location, you may look up into the night sky and see the pale band of the Milky Way stretching from horizon to horizon. The Milky Way is our own gala ... discuss

Pamela Geller points out that in speaking on the Aurora murders, Barack Obama had no problem using the word "terrorize" ... However, when Islamist Nidal Hasan killed 13 of our serviceman in a ji ... discuss

Alam ng ating mga ninuno na TAO ang batang nasa sinapupunan.Sila'y mga sanggol, hindi "dugo" lamang. ... discuss

A week from Monday, on August 6th (or Aug. 5th, depending on your location), the Curiosity lander will be in the final stages of its trip to Mars and preparing for landing on the Red Planet’s su ... discuss

Video: Science@NASA: A Taste of Solar Maximum. Solar maximum is still a year away. This month sky watchers got a taste of things to come when a powerful flare sparked Northern Lights over the United S ... discuss

Famed NASA astronaut Sally Ride has died at age 61. Ride was the first female American astronaut, launching into space aboard the space shuttle Challenger in 1983. Ride was 61 years old and had been ... discuss

A new study  takes a closer look at the surface of the solar system’s second-largest moon, Titan, which is the largest moon orbiting Saturn, and which is also the only moon in the solar system ... discuss

Disabled car turned into motorcycle? Supposedly done by a Frenchman after his car broke down in the middle of a desert in Africa. Reminiscent of The Flight of the Phoenix. ### Family Dinners Don’ ... discuss

An asteroid will be flying by the Earth tomorrow (Sunday, July 22nd), and will approach our planet at a distance of 3.2 million miles at its closest. For comparison, that’s almost 14 times the d ... discuss

Several cigarette smokers pot apply it rarely or only fumes it at times and get no complications in quitting. Even so, folks cigarette smoking consistently, or for some time that want to end marijuana ... discuss

The surface of the Earth is obviously a wet place, especially compared with the other dry inner planets of the solar system. Nevertheless, the Earth still only contains about one percent water by mas ... discuss

NASAToday is the 4rdd anniversary of the Apollo 11 pioneering expedition to the lunar surface, the day human beings first made landfall on another world. Check out Rand Simberg's ceremonial commemorat ... discuss

Forty-three years ago today. Aldrin’s boot and bootprint in lunar soil, Apollo 11. Click for full-size. (NASA) ... discuss

SpaceX has released a “highlight reel” of its recent mission to the International Space Station. On May 25th, SpaceX’s Dragon capsule became the first private spacecraft to enter or ... discuss

Astronomy Picture of the Day hosts this remarkable image today, which they dub a “21st century” image of the Pinwheel Galaxy, M101. The Pinwheel Galaxy is notable for its beautifully clea ... discuss

Video: NASA The Expedition 32/33 crew consisting of the Soyuz commander cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko, NASA astronaut Suni Williams, and JAXA astronaut Aki Hoshide launched Saturday from Baikonur Cosmod ... discuss

by G. K. Chesterton A book has at one time come under my notice called ‘Terra Firma: the Earth not a Planet.’ The author was a Mr. D. Wardlaw Scott, and he quoted very seriously the opinio ... discuss

Sra Melinda GatesSe quer impedir que os pobres nasçam, não precisa de pedir dinheiro para comprar borrachas ou comprimidos...P.S.- Convinha também fazer um bocadinho o seu trabalho de casa. ... discuss

Good morning. Progressive anthropology/reporter investigates conservative evangelicals. Of risk and market distortions. Speaking of risk. On beauty. And Syria. It’s not about infrastructure ... discuss

Check your PC's/servers/Internet devices (MS, OSX, Android) for the 'DNS Changer Malware' at: http://www.dcwg.orgor https://forms.fbi.gov/check-to-see-if-your-computer-is-using-rogue-DNS   ... discuss

No, not Al Gore. Lovelock is a world-renowned scientist and environmentalist whose Gaia theory — that the Earth operates as a single, living organism — has had a profound impact on the development ... discuss

The previous post in this series is here. So, in yet another attempt to account for the fact, discussed previously here and here, that we see no evidence yet of alien life (let alone intelligent alien ... discuss

35 Years later - Interstellar Space in sight From FoxNews, NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft has encountered a new environment more than 11 billion miles from Earth, suggesting that the venerable prob ... discuss

James Lovelock has become a church of al gore heretic. He was once a guru to  environmentalists, claiming climate change would kill billions of humans by the end of this century. But it seems Jame ... discuss

R.I.P. Ray Bradbury, Author of Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles. At the age of 91, Ray Bradbury, renowned author and Tea Partier, has passed on to the next life. Bradbury wrote science fict ... discuss

HT/Becky Communion on the Moon: July 20, 1969 Forty-two years ago two human beings changed history by walking on the surface of the moon. But what happened before Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong exi ... discuss

SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is grappled by the International Space Station on Fri., May 25, 2012.Image Credit: NASAYesterday's successful splashdown and recovery of the SpaceX Dragon commercial cargo cr ... discuss

Contact: Robyn Williams, WinePress Publishing, 360-802-9758, robyn@winepresspublishing.com ENUMCLAW, Wash., May 30, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- On June 27, 2011 a large asteroid buzzed past earth c ... discuss

Within the 2011 MTV television series, Friendzone, every episode depicted two vibrant, unmarried, best friends. Among the friends wanted to move out from the “friend zone” along with into ... discuss

This post was originally part of a Carnival of Homeschooling. I decided to pull out the History of Home Education in America part and make it a post of its own.  I’m not a scholar, and this is ... discuss

President Barack Obama's Complete List of Historic Firsts [Updated] Yes, he's historic, alright.• First President to Preside Over a Cut to the Credit Rating of the United States Government• Fir ... discuss

Get ready for the Super Moon!From the Los Angeles Times:According to NASA's calculations, 11:34 p.m. EDT Saturday is the moment when the moon will hit your eye like a big pizza pie, to paraphrase Dean ... discuss

The skeptics have a new convert: One of the fathers of Germany’s modern green movement, Professor Dr. Fritz Vahrenholt, a social democrat and green activist, decided to author a climate scie ... discuss

From Climate Depot- with the caveat that Morano is a bit excitable and I deplore his practice of posting email addresses for those with whom he disagrees. Still, he finds good stuff:   ttp://ste ... discuss

NASA, Artist concept by Denise Watt.After several days of increasingly detailed media reports, Planetary Resources today announced its asteroid prospecting and mining business ... discuss

NASA, Artist concept by Denise Watt.The Club of Rome’s “Limits to Growth” scenario that has had a profound impact on economic and social policies around the world is base ... discuss

eing 747-100 jet carried the space shuttle Discovery via "piggyback" to its new home, at the Smithsonian's Udvar-Hazy Center near Dulles International Airport, located in the Virginia suburbs of the W ... discuss

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Rebellion at NASAHere's just one problem with global warming data related to temperature collection:NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, are collecting data from thousan ... discuss

agrees with über alarmist Hansen. The consensus is coming apart at the seams. In an unprecedented slap at NASA’s endorsement of global warming science, nearly 50 former astronauts and scientists- ... discuss

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…Fifty top astronauts, scientists and engineers at NASA have signed a letter asking the agency to cease its global warming buffoonery. The global warming emperor has no clothes, and people are f ... discuss

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Good morning. A discussion of modern heresy. An interesting observation, all theological heresies recapitulate as ecclesiastical errors. That is, errors of “what is God” recapitulate ... discuss

Astronauts and scientists at NASA rebel over global warming and write a scathing letter to NASA director Charles Bolden, Jr. saying Jim Hansen and NASA GISS are exemplifying the "wrong stuff": In an ... discuss

Hat Tip: Nancy Jacques Hat Tip: Judy W. Egan Jones Downgrades US Credit Rating Energy Department To Fund More Renewable Energy Projects 40th Straight Month of Deficits – who has been in charge f ... discuss

The CBS Sunday evening show Sixty Minutes has covered developments in the space industry twice in the last two weeks. Last night's segment focused on the hard times facing workers who worked for decad ... discuss

The hoaxsters' models continue to fail. Perhaps some of the journalists should read what a real scientist has to say about the hoax. During a fundraiser in Atlanta earlier this month, President Ob ... discuss

Alexander Tsiaras is Associate Professor of Medicine and Chief of Scientific Visualization at Yale's Department of Medicine. He wrote algorithims and code for NASA to do virtual surgery in preparation ... discuss

03/12/2012 China (ChinaAid) Members Detained and Sent to Labor Camp as Chinese House Church Repeatedly Targeted for Persecution -A house church belonging to the China for Christ denomination has been ... discuss

m/watch?v=uhFj9IwfF-Y&fmt=18">www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhFj9IwfF-Y SCRIPT FOR TODAY’S PJ NEWS BREAK WITH SCOTT OTT, FRESHLY-RIPPED FROM HIS TELEPROMPTER SCOTT OTT: It’s Monday, March ... discuss

I was kind of astonished at Obama's display of ignorance in his speech where he called people who disagreed with him flat-earthers. Let me tell you something. If some of these folks were around when ... discuss

This week’s episode of the Connected Kingdom Podcast has David talking about typology in the Bible; if that sounds dry, it’s because you don’t understand it well enough! Understandin ... discuss

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What Should A Singer Songwriter Do During The Last Year Of The World? Well…I don’t think that’ll happen for at least about 1007 years. But I’ve decided to line up some ambi ... discuss

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DIA 31 de Janeiro de 2012 – Terça-feiraA Cáritas de Portimão, a funcionar, neste momento, ao lado da Igreja do Colégio, junto ao jardim da Alameda, nestes tempos de crise, tem vindo a ser muito ... discuss

NASA thinking about an Earth-Moon-Libration Point 2 Well it’s not quite Space 1999, but pretty cool nonetheless, NASA is pressing forward on assessing the value of a “human-tended waypoint ... discuss

NASA discovers black hole with 20 million mile-per-hour winds - SlashGear mg width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/1926891106758008587-4306447051156713977?l=frtimmoy ... discuss

NASAToday is the fiftieth anniversary of John Glenn's pioneering orbital mission. NASA provides a multimedia presentation on the mission. A video marking the anniversary of this historic mission is li ... discuss

Quick Summary: 1. Evidently someone (the Hoaxster) called Heartland claiming to be a boardmember and got a secretary to email copies of board meeting documents. It appears 8 documents were sent. ... discuss

Hal G.P. Colebatch writes at The American Spectator: One point about the Obama Administration is significant but has been little remarked on -- the global failure of its foreign policies. These failu ... discuss

Oh, this isn’t good.  Those Himalayan glaciers that were supposed to have disappeared by 2035 according to the IPCC (since retracted as nonsense), haven’t even shrunk in ten years.  Fro ... discuss

Gingrich: GOP establishment cheap version of Democratic establishmentby Joy Lin, Fox News Election HQ, February 07, 2012article source: http://politics.blogs.foxnews.com/2012/02/07/gingrich-gop- ... discuss

So… how’s that Facebook-led revolution in Egypt coming along? Richard Fernandez comments on the not only the issues directly affecting Egyptians, but the incompetence in the Obama administ ... discuss

Twenty-six years ago, on January 28, 1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, disintegrating over the Atlantic Ocean off the course of central Florida.  All seven of ... discuss

Mitt beats Newt and Rick in Florida. What did he get for $15.4 million? Ron Paul in single digits won’t rule out another option. Deficit tops $1 trillion: How will Obama stop interest payments f ... discuss

Debolt & DeregulationDemocrats have proposed a 1.1 billion dollar “jobs” bill for Washington State. Representative Richard Debolt (R – Chehalis) is offering his support at ... discuss

The New York Times takes a firm stance against slavery. The “Gray Lady”—as the authoritative “newspaper of record” was once known–wants everyone to know that she won’t tolerate backs ... discuss

It's been over a year since I wrote Stupid Letters, The Global Warming Scam, and Science? I Think Not! As you may recall, I've noted that the best predictor of Earth's climate is not CO2, but solar ac ... discuss

Wonder what the climate hoaxers will say to this. They better buy sweaters. Forget global warming - it's Cycle 25 we need to worry about (and if NASA scientists are right the Thames will be freezing ... discuss

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The latest polling in Florida has Mitt Romney up big over Gingrich and other rivals. The NBC/Marist poll has Romney at 42-27 percent over Gingrich, with Santorum at 16, Paul at 11. The Miami Herald ... discuss

.OPINION SPACEMars Trip Postponed IndefinitelyIn 2003 we are probably further from Mars than ever beforeby Robert N. GoingAmsterdam - Mar 20, 2003So, I guess I won't be going to Mars after all. Ab ... discuss

NASAWhile campaigning for the Florida Primary vote, Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich announced on January 25 some bold proposals for accelerating our nation's space activities. These include establi ... discuss

Blue Marble: See what NASA calls the 'most amazing high definition image of Earth' | News | National Post mg width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/192689110675800858 ... discuss

NASA is observing the anniversaries of its human losses in spaceflight: Apollo 1 (forty five years ago tomorrow), Challenger (twenty six years ago Saturday), and Columbia (nine years ago next Wednesda ... discuss

I'm going out on a limb to say that even if he wins FL, Newt has peaked. I like the guy well enough. He fights, and I contemn the unlovely partisan habit of seeking purity and saviors in politicians. ... discuss

It seems, according to a Mr. Zimmer, that NASA has wasted $2.5 billion, because scientists can't define life. Last November, NASA launched Curiousity, a rover designed to look for life on Mars. Howeve ... discuss

NASASome key planners in NASA and industry are looking at some unconventional ways to enable NASA to again move out beyond Earth orbit in spite of constrained budgets."In the current budget environmen ... discuss

From time to time, I’ll be mining the archives around here. I’m digging up my blog’s best posts from the past. I’m hoping these reruns will still serve my readers. TodayR ... discuss

O projecto de lei de alteração da regulação da procriação medicamente assistida apresentado pelo Bloco de Esquerda, e actualmente em discussão, pretende garantir o acesso a essa técnica a mulh ... discuss

Ozark Guru: Hang to your hat or whatever as you read the following. The temptation will be to issue some form of an expletive or to event upchuck. But as we would say in the military, "Fine now w ... discuss

Using a precision formation-flying technique, the twin GRAIL spacecraft will map the moon's gravity field, as depicted in this artist's rendering. Image credit: NASA/JPL-CaltechThe NASA GRAIL mission, ... discuss

As usual, thanks to Wikipedia for refreshing my recollection on important events of 2011.  I trust my readers overseas forgive and indulge my concentration on what is of interest primarily in the ... discuss

Given the premise that good fiction must ring true to life, Robert Knight, writing in The Washington Times, has taken the time to sketch out a few plot elements on what might happen if a man who hates ... discuss

Image Credit: NASA/Carla CioffiA Soyuz spacecraft was launched today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan carrying three more crew members to the International Space Station (ISS). The ISS will ... discuss

Scientists with NASA's Kepler mission today announced the confirmation of the discovery of two Earth-sized planets around another star. However, the two exoplanets are too close to their sun to be hos ... discuss

I will start with a disclaimer: I am a huge Ron Paul supporter. I supported him in 2008 from the start. I have supported him all this campaign season. I even have documented evidence for anyone who do ... discuss

NASA, Artist concept by Denise WattIn a curious exchange in last night's GOP presidential debate, Mitt Romney attacked Newt Gingrich's previously stated position favoring the enabling of a lunar minin ... discuss

A few basic facts: The planet has been named Kepler 22b, after the space telescope used to find it. It orbits a star that’s slightly smaller and dimmer than the Sun, but at a distance somewhat ... discuss

Photo Credit: NASAThe Curiosity/Mars Science Laboratory was launched yesterday. Curiosity is the most sophisticated robotic probe ever sent to Mars to look for evidence of conditions favorable for the ... discuss

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKyljukBE70Image-maker, Alexander Tsiaras, has worked as an associate professor of medicine and a chief of scientific visualization at Yale University.He has partic ... discuss

The comparisons between Barack Obama and Franklin D. Roosevelt began even before our 44th president had taken the oath. In late 2008, TIME magazine portrayed president-elect Obama as FDR on its cover. ... discuss

Contact: Paul Hutchins, 407-506-9000 ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 2, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- Discoveries made by NASA in 2004 appear to confirm the Genesis account of planet formation to be scientifical ... discuss

Over the weekend, I was on my search to find All Saints Day costumes for the kiddos, as at their Catholic School, they celebrate All Saints and not today, Halloween.  So I have done my Hallowee ... discuss

A.F. Branco: The former wost =ever president, Jimmy Carter, realizes that he can now dress up as the worst ever president -- Barack Obama. Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: Obama's presidency resemble ... discuss

My friend Steve – who really should be writing this blog instead of me – had this to say about the Pontifical Commission’s note: What I take as one of the points of the document is that t ... discuss

Discoveries made by NASA's Hubble and Spitzer Telescopes in 2004 appear to confirm the Genesis account of planet formation to be scientifically accurate. Contact: Paul Hutchins, 407-506-9000 ORLAND ... discuss

-- Today is the anniversary of my admission to the bar.  I swore my attorney oath before the state supreme court and federal district bench thirteen years ago today.-- Would that Catholics were a ... discuss

Discoveries made by NASA's Hubble and Sptizer Telescopes in 2004 appear to confirm the Genesis account of planet formation to be scientifically accurate. Contact: Paul Hutchins, 407-506-9000 ORLAN ... discuss

From the Washington Post: George de Wrzalinski, GSA librarian and Polish emigre George de Wrzalinski, a retired General Services Administration librarian and the scion of an aristocratic Polish family ... discuss

From the Washington Post: George de Wrzalinski, GSA librarian and Polish emigre George de Wrzalinski, a retired General Services Administration librarian and the scion of an aristocratic Polish family ... discuss

Justine’s Story - I think it is good for us to read stories like this every now and again, lest we forget the horror and devastation of abortion. “On the 23rd anniversary of her abortion, ... discuss

So predictable: A journal editor publishes a peer reviewed article going against the “consensus” on global warming.  “The scientists” and media go ballistic. “Pressure&# ... discuss

The Watcher’s Council Hurricane Irene via NASA The Council has spoken, the votes have been cast and the results are in for this week, carved eternally in the akahshic records of cyberspace. The ... discuss

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  From: FCW Daily  Sent: Friday, August 19, 2011 Subject: NASA seeks to ease comet strike fears NASA laughs off comet fears By FCW Staff, Aug 18, 2011      A comet that ... discuss

First and foremost, from Reuters, the Court of Appeals for the 11th circuit has ruled against the individual insurance purchase mandate component of Obamacare. Yes, former Speaker Pelosi, I’ ... discuss

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Photo Credit: Cape Canaveral, Fla. -- NASAThe NASA Juno spacecraft was launched today on its mission to orbit and investigate the planet Jupiter. ... discuss

A new experiment suggests that the Sun may play a bigger part than first though in climate change. But since this challenges the current orthodoxy, \"The chief of the world’s leading physics lab at ... discuss

The debate over global warming has intensified in recent weeks after peer-reviewed NASA satellite data from the years 2000 through 2011 showed the Earth's atmosphere is allowing far more heat to be r ... discuss




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