The Future is being written by the Nerds of the world.
Bill the Butcher: So, yes, bacteria on Mars are something of a gargantuan deal; but it’s more than just the fact that bacteria are important to life.
Grainne Rhuad- This problem of displaced humans is bigger than a Unicef jar or a new hut or a batch of collected clothing.
Matt- Is Missler’s “Peanut Butter Jar” The Atheist’s Nightmare? Or just a sticky, nutty Straw Man?
Karla Fetrow- Funny how quickly memories can fade when you are a part of the continuity of changing seasons.What has changed is the climate; so delicately that the changes have seemed almost imperceptible.
Bill The Butcher- What a black hole consists of; a point of infinite density, known as the singularity, at which the laws of physics might break down; and this is which is surrounded by a region of gravity so intense that light can’t escape it.
Gordon Smith- Spying is not just a government pastime either. Employers are increasingly making use of GPS technology to keep tabs on drivers. With it, they can track your movements, driving speeds, and how long you’ve spent parked under a tree
By: Bill the Butcher- 6th August 2010, if we’re inclined not to forget it, was the sixty-fifth anniversary of the atom-bombing of Hiroshima. What did these bombs achieve, besides the deaths of approximately 220,000 civilians, in their stated objective of ending the war?
By: Bill the Butcher
This discovery, if those really are Martian bacteria (even if extinct) changes everything.
Not all of us reach or even desire a hard set of rules for caring for our spirit. Come and reflect on one Man’s interpretation.