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It just is.

I recently spent some time wondering where it all came from. And by ‘all’, I mean the stars, the planets and the whole gigantic amazing universe. It really is a vast place. And an incredible place. The Milky Way, our home galaxy, weighs around 1.5 trillion solar masses but we don’t know what it’s made of. I mean we know it’s dark matter but we don’t know what that is. It can boggle your brain in its size and beauty. Some people think the world isn’t real or at least…

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The Curiosity Index (30.03.2018)

The Final Week of Jesus: Friday You probably know what happened to Jesus on the Friday. The Final Days of Jesus: Friday from Crossway on Vimeo. Galaxy without dark matter challenges scientific theories In light of yesterday‘s post, this is interesting. Why Gratitude Makes You a Happier Person Plenty of good reasons as to how gratitude shapes you. Cultivate a thankful heart. The radical plan to give every homeless person an address This is a smart workaround a frustrating catch-22 for the most vulnerable in western nations. The 3 questions…

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Very special or very, very lucky

The universe is big. Bigger than you think. Actually much bigger than you can think. Depending on who you talk to, there are somewhere in the region of 200 to 500 sextillion (that’s an extra 21 zeroes right there) planets in the universe’s estimated 500 billion galaxies. That’s a lot. So the odds are, that somewhere out there are other planets that are both habitable and populated with life. Recently NASA chief Ellan Stofan predicted that we’d find signs of alien life in the next 25 years. “It’s definitely not…

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