But as you well know, there’s much more to see in the night sky. Galaxies and globular star clusters. Colorful double and multiple stars. And diffuse, dark, and planetary nebulae that mark the birth and death of countless stars in the Milky Way.
Of course, finding these fainter deep-sky sights can be a little intimidating to some new stargazers. Continue reading →
The book, 2013? Nature’s Constants 2060?, is a study of the connection between the constants found in nature and the times and places of significant events in earth history. The numbers 2013 and 2060 are possible dates for major shifts in world history. Isaac Newton came to the 2060 date, but as you will find out in the book, his starting date for calculating this date may have been off, and if it is, then the date comes out to 2013. There is other evidence discussed in one of the chapters pointing toward 2013 as a year for a significant change in world history.
If you have ever been curious about why there are 360 degrees in a circle. 12 inches in a foot and 5280 feet in a mile, then join in this fascinating journey of connecting sometimes very basic number manipulations with everyday measurements and significant events. This is all in addition to speculation concerning 2013 and 2060. The various pieces referenced above, and the sample chapter, will give you a good introduction to what you can expect in the rest of the book. The book is not a long one, but it is very intense in some parts. Continue reading →