. . . I told you about a FEEL-GOOD FILM FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. But there's also a really good SOUL-CHILLING SUPERNATURAL THRILLER . . . Oh, AND THERE'S THIS ONE, TOO! And there's THIS MUSIC VIDEO.
It may come in handy. Here's why . . . The gentleman on the left is Fr. Georges Lemaitre, a Belgian priest, physicist, and astronomer who happens to be "the father of the Big Bang." He was one of the first to publish in support of the idea of an expanding cosmos that took its […]
For BSG fans going through withdrawal, the pilot movie for the prequel series Caprica is now out on DVD. It hasn't aired on TV yet, and apparently won't for a while–and you'll have to wait till next year for the series itself to debut–but you can see the pilot on DVD. Below are some thoughts on […]
Hat tip to Jill Stanek, by way of Ryan Sayre Patrico at First Things Blog, for calling attention to Wikipedia's deletion of its former article on the "Culture of Death." Patrico writes: “Culture of Death” can still be found as a subheading under “Culture of Life,” so that might have something to do with it—but […]
. . . tell you how many times I've been in exactly this situation with Mark Shea. MORE HERE.
Every day new cool stuff gets invented. But today’s coolest news is going to hold the “coolest thing going” record for a few days at least: Twitter Telepathy: Researchers Turn Thoughts Into Tweets What is cooler than that? Once upon a time, “locked-in” Jean-Dominique Bauby had to blink his one eyelid as a therapist pointed […]
Now, aren't you glad that the Obama administration is taking politics out of science? That's what enables energy secretary Steven Chu (nicknamed "Big League" by Obama) to make sober and coldly rational assessments like this; "Lots of area in Florida will go under. New Orleans at three-meter height is in great peril. If you look […]
My eyes are bad–so much so that when I go into the optometrist's office and hand him my glasses at the beginning of the examination, he takes one look at the lenses and says, "Myyyyyy! You *are* nearsighted, *aren't* you!" I'm also dyslexic. And did I mention that my family gets cataracts really early? So I […]
He said so!