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Rocky Mountain Trip
Frank, we did get to see much nice scenery. It is also important to handle obligations. We cannot take a vacation from religion, as you appear to be well aware.
blackspanielgallery, on 05/16/2019
Rocky Mountain Trip
I've never seen the Rocky Mountains and it looks as if you had a great time with decent weather, although sounds like it was cold!
dustytoes, on 05/16/2019
Rocky Mountain Trip
You got much out of a short trip. It is good that you took the time to attend mass while on holiday.
frankbeswick, on 05/16/2019
What Was the Star of Bethlehem Not?
Dark matter should be possible to convert to energy, since it is matter. We have two possibilities, weakly interacting miniature particles, (WIMPS) or large black hole type objects (MACHOS). WIMPS are the leading candidate. There is more dark ...
blackspanielgallery, on 05/15/2019
What Was the Star of Bethlehem Not?
If dark matter is truly a form of matter, but dark energy is something else, can Einstein's equation of matter and energy expressed in E=mc squared survive unmodified? Could dark matter be convertible into energy as normal ...
frankbeswick, on 05/15/2019
What Was the Star of Bethlehem Not?
Dark matter is some sort of matter, and it does have gravity. Its gravity can bend light, but it does not otherwise interact with light such as absorption, reflection, or refraction. Dark matter is probably real matter, just different in its ...
blackspanielgallery, on 05/15/2019
What Was the Star of Bethlehem Not?
When we use the terms dark energy and dark matter,are we not assuming that these realities are matter and energy?.Might they not be something completely different from whatever we know?
frankbeswick, on 05/15/2019
What Was the Star of Bethlehem Not?
No, but we currently have an unknown energy called dark energy that physics cannot explain. It does not fit any known form of energy.
blackspanielgallery, on 05/15/2019
Energy Conservation: Human Indifferences and the Consequences
Yes, it is the little things that are important. I have even seen signs on the highways operated by solar power.
blackspanielgallery, on 05/15/2019
Saving the Soil
When I was in my teens I read quite a lot on Geology. We share an interest.
frankbeswick, on 05/15/2019
Sustainability through local tradition – Arts and Crafts
Thank you so much for this. It's a beautiful article!
Mira, on 05/15/2019
Energy Conservation: Human Indifferences and the Consequences
I especially liked your comment about automatic doors. Little things like that or like solar-powered lamps in gardens can make a difference. I recently saw one such lamp on a billboard ad. It cost only $5. So many buildings which are illuminated ...
Mira, on 05/15/2019
Saving the Soil
Another very interesting article from you. I am so thankful for Wizzley. I only grow plants in flower pots but I love learning about soil and geology. It all started with 2 great geology classes in college. I've always wanted to take more ...
Mira, on 05/15/2019
What Was the Star of Bethlehem Not?
Have you ever studied the Jesuit Teilhard de Chardin, whose view of nature involved postulating a spiritual energy called radiant energy?He wrote several books,including The Phenomenon of Man.
frankbeswick, on 05/15/2019
What Was the Star of Bethlehem Not?
Good point. I would not rule out spiritual energy.
blackspanielgallery, on 05/14/2019

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