The most apparent of forces is still far and away the most mysterious of them. As macro-scale collections of some 7 billion billion billion atoms per human body, our world appears to be dominated by gravity.
Nicholas's sermon focuses on Job 38 and Mark 10:35-45, and reveals some fascinating, mind-stretching insights regarding the way the Scriptures use time and how it's different from the way we experience
This book is a whirlwind survey of more speculative topics– getting well beyond “normal” low-energy quantum physics to talk about black holes and that sort of thing– wrapped up in a personal narrative.
Some people who have lost their vision find a “second sight” taking over their eyes – an uncanny, subconscious sense that sheds light into the hidden depths of the human mind. When Daniel first walked
Anyone who has experienced the devastating loss of a loved one can understand the impulse to latch on to anything that might bring that person back. It's that very impulse that drives some people to pay
From Bertrand Russell to the Buddha, or why you should spend a weekend reading the Qur’an. On an excellent recent episode of The Tim Ferriss Show — one of these nine podcasts for a fuller life — neuroscientist
This is a summary of the short story called "The God Gun," by science fiction author Barrington Bayley, which was written in the early 1970s. Today, in spite of considerable advances in technology, most
In a recent book we edited as executive editors, published online in the journal Cosmology for September 2014 (also available in hard copy from Amazon), we examine many issues associated with time, including