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Why did they have to call it the “Eye of God?”
Those darn Chileans went and renamed the Helix Nebula after an invisible friend. Eye of God, my left elbow. I think it looks like a celestial agate, myself. Or maybe a colossal mood ring. Yes, a mood ring. The universe … Continue reading
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Beautiful “star” of Bethlehem, not a star at all?
Jesus might have been born in June, but that doesn’t mean the star story from the bible is any more accurate. Phil Plait at Bad Astonomy tackles the illogical basis of the Nativity story. It’s not an option for the … Continue reading
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