Over at TreeHugger, they’ve published an article celebrating the 45th anniversary of Earthrise, a photograph of the Earth from the Moon that, the article claims, is “the iconic photo that created the modern environmental movement”. Maybe I’m out of the loop of the modern environmental
Today, astronomy is proving itself to be literally brilliant. The Hubble space telescope has used the gravitational lens created by a cluster of galaxies to obtain images of yet more galaxies, at an even greater distance – 12 billion light years away. An image of
In one case, the photographer describes as a “craft” seen above a hill next to the site of an ancient Aztec ruin. Is it an alien spacecraft, or even a genuinely unidentified flying object?
The Three Angels Broadcasting Network is creating a Ten Commandments Weekend event, but the Ten Commandments Weekend itself violates one of the Ten Commandments.
I don’t particularly like Sue Myrick’s politics, but damn it, she deserves better than to have pictures like this posted on her own web site.
Two projects of deep scientific study release news this week, looking deep into the Earth’s seas and higher than ever before into the sky.
Without peeking at the FaerieTalker page, guess which photograph is not supposed to have a fairy light in it. Leave your guess in the comment section at the end of this article.