Astronomers are confident that the volume of space-time within range of our telescopes—what astronomers have traditionally called ‘the universe’—is only a tiny fraction of the aftermath of the Big Bang. We’d expect far more galaxies located beyond the horizon, continues Rees, “u…
An existential week on our Pale Blue Dot --news ranged from hotly debating the origins of COVID-19 to questioning if future generations will be living …
“NASA’s ENIGMA (Evolution of Nanomachines In Geospheres and Microbial Ancestors) research team,” biophysicist Paul Falkowski told The Daily Galaxy, “is…
The Milky Way Galaxy is the name given to our home in the cosmos. We have never imaged the Galaxy from the outside, only from our position in the solar…
Viruses are essentially roving segments of genetic material that have learned how to “put on space suits and leave the cell,” observed Greg Bear in his…
Andromeda’s “Covid-19”? –astrophysicist Paul Davies argues virus may pervade the cosmos. A primordial black hole could possibly hit Earth. Mysterious b…
An other extraordinary week wrapped up on our pale blue dot from a billion years missing from geology – and scientists can’t agree why, to the deepest …
Before life appeared on land some 400 million years ago, all life on Earth including the mind evolved in the sea. Astronomers have recently conjectured…
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