Faith as a Scientist and Faith as a Catholic

Faith as a Scientist and Faith as a Catholic

Science has its limits and its power. Those who have worked in science know that faith is an essential element and a cornerstone of the scientific method.
Men on Mars? Updates from the Red Planet

Men on Mars? Updates from the Red Planet

Mars, visible just before sunrise from October to December, has been in the news regularly. In fact, there are 8 spacecrafts studying the red planet!
God, Symmetry, and Beauty in Science: A Personal Perspective

God, Symmetry, and Beauty in Science: A Personal Perspective

What are the requirements for a beautiful theory? The beauty is displayed in the mathematics of the theory, in the equations that relate it to the world.
3 Famous, Self-Educated Scientists: Croll, Davy, and Faraday

3 Famous, Self-Educated Scientists: Croll, Davy, and Faraday

We may assume that all scientists are products of formal education; though James Croll, Humphrey Davy, and Michael Faraday prove this isn't always the case.
New Series Featuring Fr. Spitzer: 'Wednesday on the World'

New Series Featuring Fr. Spitzer: 'Wednesday on the World'

New Series Featuring Fr. Spitzer: 'Wednesday on the World'
The Copernican Revolution – Differently

The Copernican Revolution – Differently

The Copernican Revolution – Differently
Great Resources for Learning about Quantum Theory (and Its Relationship to a Trinitarian God)

Great Resources for Learning about Quantum Theory (and Its Relationship to a Trinitarian God)

Be prepared to increase your understanding of how quantum mechanics has changed our understanding of reality, and how it relates to theology.
Technologies Old and New: Harnessing the Power of the Sun and More

Technologies Old and New: Harnessing the Power of the Sun and More

Did you know there are “widespread ruins of an abandoned solar-power technology” revealing that humans have harnessed the power of the sun for centuries?
Dr. Vera Rubin and Why Dark Matter Matters

Dr. Vera Rubin and Why Dark Matter Matters

Because of Dr. Vera Rubin, dark matter became a household term in the 1980’s, but we still aren’t sure what it is or even if it really exists.
An Update on the Solar Parker Probe

An Update on the Solar Parker Probe

From solstices, sunspots, and solar wind, the Sun continues to fascinate us. Here's an update on the Solar Parker probe which launched to the sun in 2018.

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