Niels Henrik David Bohr was born in Denmark's capital city, Copenhagen in 1885, and was a son of Danish professor, Christian Bohr, who studied under Carl Ludwig, and gained a Doctor of philosophy (Ph.D) in physiology. Bohr studies at the Latin school Gammelholm, before enrolling at Copenhagen University to study physics, astronomy, mathematics and philosophy. … Continue reading A retrospective: Niels Bohr
Alfred Russel Wallace was born in Llanbadoc, close to Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales, in 1823. He entered a large family and was one of nine children, who's parents belonged to the Church of England, and claimed to be descendants of the famous Scottish revolutionary, William Wallace. He attended services up until his teenage years, but once … Continue reading A retrospective: Alfred Russel Wallace
Many theists won't, or cannot accept that there are more than two genders, and this is probably because the Bible never mentioned it. As the LBGT movement has gained more protection, theists tend to be on the offensive and claim that there's just male and female (Adam and Eve), but this simply isn't the case, … Continue reading The gender confusion
Elon Reeve Musk, was born in Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa, in 1971. His father was an electromechanical engineer, and this encouraged Elon to study electronics, and he taught himself computer coding by the age of ten, and wrote a computer game which he sold on at just the age of twelve. His parents genuinely considered … Continue reading A retrospective: Elon Musk
In many religious beliefs, a soul (psykhḗ) is the mortal essence of a human, as some Judeo-Christians believe only humans have been blessed with a soul, despite there being other sentient beings, but if you look at literal translations of the Bible, soul literally means 'people', or 'life'. Some theologians argue that when a person … Continue reading We are just star stuff!
Climate change, or global warming is a real threat to the planet we live on. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) have been monitoring the rise of greenhouse gases, that includes CO2, Methane and Nitrous Oxide, and they claim that since 1990 the amount of gases in our atmosphere have been steadily rising above average every … Continue reading Religion and Climate Change Denial
The Soviet Cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, may have beaten the United States of America into space, but this didn't deter NASA, as they clearly had their sights set on landing a module on the Moon. Eight years after Yuri's history making voyage into space, the United States of America landed the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle on … Continue reading The Eagle has landed