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Ok, this image may be a little deceiving. If you haven’t guessed already, I’m going to write a little about tidal heating. Tidal heating has nothing to do with making the tides on Earth catch on fire, I just thought that was a beautiful image and it made for a good pun. Tidal heating is … Continue reading A Different Kind Of Tide → Continue reading → Continue reading
The Earth is flat, and if you disagree you are blinded by science… In this blog post I’m going to unpack some of the most convincing arguments for a flat Earth, and provide a hopefully reasonable scientific response to these questions. Look with your own eyes, look off into the horizon, if the earth is … Continue reading You Honestly Believe We Live On A Ball? → Continue reading → Continue reading
VectorStock For most, the discoveries of NASA are taken at face value and seen as trustworthy. However, for a growing number of conspiracists, alternative facts are rising into prevalence. I would like to introduce one of these alternative facts in this blog post. Although it may seem unbelievable, hopefully after a proper explanation, you … Continue reading The 1 Shocking Discovery NASA Doesn’t Want You To Know… → Continue reading → Continue reading
SaltstraumenVideo Blocks The strait at Saltstraumen is one of the most interesting straits on the planet, and it has to do with more than just its notable beauty. Saltstraumen is the location of one of the strongest tidal currents in the world. When the tides come in and out from the large bodies of water … Continue reading “Current” Events on Tides → Continue reading → Continue reading
Johannes Kepler – Born: December 27; 1571, Died: November 15, 1630. Want to learn more? Click HERE. Virginia. This was the era where the United States did not exist yet, and the English were just beginning to cross the Atlantic and settle in the territory. Jamestown’s settlement was very important to establishing the future of … Continue reading Historical Astronomers in Context → Continue reading → Continue reading
Besides a popular Pink Floyd album, what is “the dark side of the Moon”? Most people have not given much though to what it means or how it got its infamous name. For me the first image I get is of the moon I know and love turning over to the dark side of the … Continue reading The Dark Side of the Moon → Continue reading → Continue reading
My name is Josiah Gray, but my friends call me JD. I’m from Detroit and I came to Vanderbilt because it was too cold up there. That photo above is the one painting I have made in my life. Objectively a poorly done painting, I’ll be the first to admit I am no artist. But … Continue reading First Post → Continue reading → Continue reading