Something new each Saturday.
Life, the universe and my circumstances permitting.
What the "something" is depends on what's caught my interest during the week. Odds are it will be science, history, or both.
Keep up with A Catholic Citizen in America: subscribe. (below)
(Don't worry, I won't bug you.
My Favorite Posts
- Alien Life: Notions and Research
- Anger and Whitewashed Tombs
- Conservative? Liberal? No: Catholic
- Europa, Mars, and Someday the Stars
- God Doesn't Make Junk
Support this Blog:
America astronomy blogging Christmas citizenship civilization of love coronavirus COVID-19 death disasters emotions evolution exoplanets faith faith and works family folklore and myth getting a grip God health history holidays Jesus last things life issues love medicine mental health Minnesota natural law planets politics prayer reason salvation science sin social justice space exploration stewardship technology tolerance truth weather writing
Current Time, UTC
Who I am, briefly
Find Me on Social Media
I'm Aluwir on Twitter
More Perspectives From the Catholic Laity:
- Blog - David Torkington
Spiritual theologian, author and speaker, specializing in prayer, Christian spirituality and mystical theology [the kind that makes sense-BHG]
- The Curt Jester
Punditry, Prayer, Parody, Polemics, Puns from a Papist Perspective
- If I Might Interject
One Catholic tries to interject the Perspective of the Church
- Sparrowfare (peggyhaslar.com)
Seed-Searches among the Stones
Happy. Southern. Catholic.
- Time for Reflections
(Victor S. E. Moubarak)
Ubi caritas et amor. Deus ibi est.
(Where [there is] charity and love. God is there.)
- Blog - David Torkington
Brian H. Gill's online art store: Opening when I get my ducks in a row. ;)
Tag Archives: science
As I write this, scientists have not made contact with an extraterrestrial civilization, cured the common cold, or developed a process for using pocket lint as a pollution-free sustainable energy resource. So I’ll be looking at galaxies, black holes, and … Continue reading
Kepler-1658 b, KOI-4.01, is a “hot Jupiter”. In another 2,500,000 years, give or take a bit, it won’t be there any more. That makes it a hot subject for scientists: literally and figuratively. Kepler-1658 b is also the the Kepler … Continue reading
I’d been planning on writing about chimps, strength, muscles, and assumptions this week. Then, a few hours later, I noticed that I’d been talking about horses, digestion, etymology, cephalic index and other assumptions. Which, for me, is about par for … Continue reading