Photographer Sandro Casutt lives in a remote Swiss village with unbelievable views of the Andromeda Galaxy. The village of Vals, population 990, is a prime location for viewing the closest major galaxy to the Milky Way. Thus, Casutt, together with his brother Markus, started Cosmic Art Photography two years ago as an outlet for their love of the universe.
Why is my awareness here, while yours is over there? Why is the universe split in two for each of us, into a subject and an infinity of objects?
A MYSTERIOUS object from deep space is fizzing towards the Solar System – and scientists have no idea what it is.
Never let technology control you and keep your body as organic as possible.
There’s a “dark impactor” blasting holes in our galaxy. We can’t see it. It might not be made of normal matter. Our telescopes haven’t directly detected it. But it sure seems like it’s out there.
Sometimes a person, creature, or thing really resonates with you. That sense of “vibing” may be more than a figure of speech, it turns out.
In a Dec. 5 post in Scientific American entitled “The Hippies Were Right: It’s All About Vibrations, Man!” lawyer and philosopher Tam Hunt explains a new theory of consciousness he developed with his colleague, psychologist Jonathan Schooler, at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Hunt is a philosopher of mind, biology, and physics, while Schooler is a professor of brain science, and together they’ve been working on answering one of the world’s most perplexing questions: “What physical processes underpin mental experience, linking mind and matter and creating the sense of self?”
Conversations with Sasquatch (part 1)
Although some call him Bigfoot, Yeti, Yowie, Babaloo, Misabe, and a variety of other names, I call him Sasquatch, one of his most famous names, coming from the Coast Salish language of so-called BC. I say him, although this specie of two-leggeds also has genders and families, but the ones who choose to show themselves and interact with us Humans are most often wise older males, protectors of their tribe.
Astronomer have noticed a supermassive black hole at the center of galaxy 3C186 being expelled at a fast speed. The 3C186 galaxy observed by astronomers using Hubble Space Telescope is nearly 8 billion light years far from our planet. The supermassive black hole could be as big as 1 billion times of Sun. Astronomers suggest that strong gravitational waves have kicked out the supermassive black hole from the center of galaxy 3C186.