cosmology

To be sure, this time will shine. Regrettably, it may often shine with the coarse flame of anger and pride, with the sickly gleam of the fascist's polished boot. But it will also shine from our renewed hearts.
In the beginning of our cosmos there was an impulse to create that entailed in itself the possibility of everything that
The "first light" images are just the beginning. Even at a quarter of its full strength MeerKAT - and ultimately the SKA project - seems set to prove that the sky really is the limit for what we can learn about our universe.
The plot covers 650 billion cubic light-years and contains 1.2 million galaxies.
    Let's say that a reasonable person would acknowledge this widescreen view of how things stand. If reality is out of kilter
Maybe we're just blips on some cosmic computer screen.
In the future science is likely to become much more self-aware, and by turning to the observer's creative role--dance with the universe as co-creators -- we may wind up being infinitely more powerful than we ever imagined ourselves to be.
It's common in the study of identical twins to find an inexplicable connection between the two siblings. Their bond goes
There have been many scientific highlights of physics and astronomy in recent years: the Higgs Boson, landing a probe on a comet, and an amazing fly-by of Pluto. But all this is dwarfed by what has been announced this week. A new era of science has begun.
Science is advancing rapidly. We are eradicating diseases, venturing further into space and discovering a growing zoo of
Yet for all its triumphs in terms of higher mathematics and quantum theory, eternal inflation feels like sleight of hand
In college, students who are not in the sciences or engineering must take some science classes as part of the general education
Science often makes strides by contradicting what we take for granted, and the biggest thing everyone takes for granted is
A new research observation by an international team of astrophysicists using the Hubble Space Telescope has led to the discovery of the largest sample of the faintest, smallest, and earliest known galaxies in the Universe.
The concept of a Dyson Sphere is not a new one. It was first described by futurist writer Olaf Stapledon in his 1937 science fiction novel, Star Maker.
When the idea of evolution sinks in - really sinks in - evolution hits home with power and an emotional rush.
But in the last half century or so, a great many theories either cannot be proven through gathering evidence or barely can be.