‘ “I’ve never seen the Pillars in this context before,” another commenter wrote, noting the pillars’ position within the Eagle Nebula. “Something I thought was unimaginably huge is just another small piece of the Cosmos.” ‘
Pretty sure it’s still unimaginably large. Look at the size of the stars, and how many stars it spans. It would be a reasonable to estimate that the stars are at least a couple light years apart on average… and the distance of a light year alone is hard to fully grasp.
February 18, 2013 at 1:14pm
The majority of the weight he lost was water. It was 100 degrees. As a wrestler, I once lost 12 pounds in just 24 hours and I did so by sweating it out but not drinking any water.
May 31, 2012 at 4:49am
Again, you offer no proof or facts to prove your side either. As others have stated, you just continue to heckle and belittle those with differing views.
God made us with a choice, so that we are not puppets. To give us un-refutable, obvious evidence of his existence would take that away. But again as I stated before, there is nothing that proves He does not exist.
May 30, 2012 at 6:22am
If you continually state that science is based on fact and religion is just myths and lies, how come science can’t produce facts to discredit accounts within the Bible?
The funny part is, science is viewed as “correct”, until further studies, or facts, or experiments prove that particular theory or method of understanding as wrong. Science continually disproves itself, yet religion stands the test of time. often, the more science advances, the more it agrees with religion.
May 29, 2012 at 8:16am
I am completely aware that many, many people use the phrase “Oh my God”. However, you either you understand/believe that doing so is not right, or else you just plain don’t care. But I don’t understand why someone who believes it’s a bad thing would apply it as if it was justified in that particular situation or something.
God and Jesus are the same, yet also different.They both are God, but typically the name God refers to the Father, while Jesus identifies His Son. But if that (God) is how one refers to Him, then it is using His name in vain by saying “God” or “oh my God” for a statement that is otherwise unrelated to Him. In fact, some believe that because He is our father, we should not give Him a name, as the father [parent] names the children, not vice-versa. When He identified Himself to Moses, He said “I am that I am”
May 29, 2012 at 2:10am
What would typing Christ’s name in vain accomplish? Honestly…
May 24, 2012 at 8:55pm
“Food stamp recipients should never eat better than taxpayers, Period.”
The 50th anniversary is of the broadcasting station, not the whale explosion. However, it seems the blaze seems to have confused that detail.
March 28, 2012 at 11:46pm
Either they fixed it, or it’s just you who can’t see the picture.
March 25, 2012 at 1:37pm
There is a vast difference in the amount of violence by Muslims against non-Muslims than there is by any other religion against others not of their religion. I’d like to see something that compares to the website link he shared, since you claim Jews, Christians, and all other religions do the same thing.