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You Have a Guiding Mechanism inside of You

What if we were allowed to believe that we have guides that guide us.   Whenever we had a problem to solve or we needed guidance we could turn inwards and ask for help. What if growing up our parents told us to go within for the answers. Not just the select few parents but billions of them. What...


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Who Wants to Live Forever? I Do.

For as long as I am inside a physical existence, I will always be afraid of dying. Even though I know that death is not real. It doesn’t make sense. I know. You wonder how can I be afraid of something that I don’t believe exists. But no matter how much I believe that we don’t die ‘the...


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Could Life Evolve on TRAPPIST-1?

Racked by hurricanes, tidally locked with no night or day. Could life really be found there? The TRAPPIST-1 series of exoplanets is one of the recent “habitable” range of planets that have gotten exoplanet hunters and SETI enthusiasts very excited. And for good reason. They all orbit white dwarf...


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Enceladus Knocked Over

I feel like I’ve become a tiny bit obsessed with Saturn ever since NASA announced that Cassini would be ending her 13-year mission. It seems almost hypocritical of me since I didn’t even know Cassini was even out there in the dark vacuum of space until I wrote this article a few months ago....


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Which Galaxy Mimics a Beating Heart?

When I first started out in college, I was a Pre-Med major. I loved anatomy and still do. I took an amazing course in high school and it has been one of my academic loves ever since. My favorite part of human anatomy, though, is the heart. It’s a beautiful organ, that works like a circuit, always...


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Juno: “Honey, I’m Home.”

If someone ever tells you that scientists don’t have a sense of humor, tell them this story. Last summer, NASA launched the probe Juno to study the largest planet in our solar system: Jupiter. In Roman mythology, the head god is named Jupiter. Like his Greek counterpart, Zeus, he has lots of...


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