Rodney L Morrison Jr

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Elon Musk explains why living off a dollar a day as a teenager convinced him he could do anything he wanted with his life

Long before SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk gained a net worth of an estimated $US11.9 billion, or before he became a millionaire at 28 after selling …

Watch: What Exactly Is Dark Matter And Dark Energy?

If we knew that, we'd have a Nobel Prize already.<p>The matter that makes up the stars and galaxies, the planets, trees, rocks, and life all around us - …

6 Reasons to Upgrade to RebelMouse from WordPress

The huge gap between current CMS offerings and what the world needed occurred to me during my time as CTO of The Huffington Post. When we were …

4 Foundational Habits Every Person Needs

“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.”<p>~ John Dryden<p>Every person is different, but every person is human, meaning we all have things …

The Most Dangerous Ideas In Science

There's a battle going on at the edge of the universe, but it's getting fought right here on Earth. With roots stretching back as far as the ancient Greeks, in the eyes of champions on either side, this fight is a contest over nothing less than the future of science. It's a conflict over the …

Why you don't need God

<b>(CNN) —</b> It was January 2014 and I was sitting on the beach in Malibu looking out at the seemingly endless Pacific Ocean, ebbing and flowing. I had just begun a personal project of challenging my lifelong assumption that God exists.<p>You see, I had been a Seventh-day Adventist pastor for 19 years. I …

Atheism

A Weird Phenomenon That Might Change How We See Neutrinos

Neutrinos are the ninjas of the universe. They don't interact with other particles very often, but when they do, they obliterate them. Until now. …