I've recently covered the the first human in space and then the the first humans to visit the Moon, but there's so much more history to humanities' journey into space, and without a doubt, humanities future will be a journey into depths of space we've only ever dreamed about. I'm convinced that beyond our lifetimes, … Continue reading The Martians
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
On the 12th April, 1961, just 58 years ago, the Soviet Union CCCP (Союз Советских Социалистических Республик) launched Vostok 1 (Восто́к 1) into space from Baikonur Cosmodrome (Космодро́м Байкону́р), in southern Kazakhstan (Республика Казахстан) with just one passenger, the Cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin (Ю́рий Алексе́евич Гага́рин). Vostok only spent 108 minutes in flight, which involved one … Continue reading I see Earth! It is so beautiful!
Many Atheists, including myself, accept that the only true and fair way of leading an ethical life is through a secularist society and Humanism. Many Theists believe that Humanism is evil, and think that it promotes homosexuality, abortion and transgender, and secularism is trying to destroy the church and take away alleged 'Christian values'. It … Continue reading Humanism vs Theism
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was born in 1910, Lahore, British India, which is now a region of Pakistan. His parents were highly educated and he was homeschooled for the first twelve years of his life where he was taught physics, which was heavily influenced by his uncle, C. V. Raman, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for … Continue reading A retrospective: Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
There are the common misconceptions and fallacies that theists love to push, like the atheists atrocities fallacy, atheists are controlled by Satan, and we are going to Hell, and my personal favourite 'Free Will'. Free will is an hilarious concept, and the fact that the easy fooled, brainwashed theists think that they have it is … Continue reading The contradictions of Christianity
Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban, was born in London to Sir Nicholas and Anne Bacon, who were an extremely wealthy and influential family with Nicholas being the Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, an important government position. Francis was home tutored until he turned twelve years old, and he then entered the University of … Continue reading A retrospective: Francis Bacon