TAG: space

Stories of Space in Times of Quarantine

Félix de Rosen – Wherever pandemics have struck, they have challenged humans to reevaluate their relations to their environment—as well as cultural myths.

Is The Water on Earth Older Than the Sun?

Anna LeMind – How old is the water in that bottle of water you’re drinking right now? Could it be that it is older than the sun, and that there are many, many other planets out there that may be covered in water?

Aurora Borealis Northern Lights from Space

Video – Amazing images from space of the “aurora borelias” – the northern lights created by collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth’s atmosphere.

The Cosmic Consequences of Space Weapons: Why They Must be Banned To Preserve Our Future

Dara Percival, Guest Waking Times China and Russia have proposed an updated UN treaty to ban space-based weapons amidst fears the weaponisation of outer-space could prove disastrous. But why does the US government, which has the world’s largest military, continue to block it? If the weaponisation of space is not stopped, the dangers to humanity will

5 Reasons That Make It Clear We Are Not Alone In The Universe

Arjun Walia, Collective-Evolution Waking Times One of the most popular questions today is “are we alone in the universe?” Believe it or not, you’re in the minority if you believe that absolutely no intelligent life exists in the universe. In the United States alone, at least half of all Americans say that we’re not alone

How Time and Space Clues Point To Who We Are and Where We Are Going

Brad Olsen, In5D Guest Waking Times Is it possible that some races have traveled back from the future in order to change the outcome of their physical evolution? If so, can we follow the clues to find out how our future will unfold and how would the present affect the outcome? “Give up worrying about

Wake Up Earthlings – Save Your Planet

Debbie & Laura West, Contributors Waking Times In today’s society, there are numerous environmental concerns; so many that one doesn’t know how we will ever overcome them. Climate change, over population, fuel emissions, nuclear waste, oil spills, pollution, overflowing landfills, toxic waste, debris in the oceans, chemicals and pesticides – an environment that thru man’s

Close Encounters: Comet Ison

Julie Umpleby, Contributor Waking Times The space-weather community is abuzz with Comet Ison, dubbed by many as ‘The Comet of the Century’.  As it travels deeper into our solar system en route to a close encounter with our sun later in November there are many watching with intense interest. As some spectacular images of this

Increasing Numbers of Meteorites Bringing Life Forms To Earth

Liz Bentley, Prevent Disease Waking Times If it were not scientifically verified, it would be a great storyline for a sci-fi flick, but NASA says alien microbes are hitching rides on meteorites. Some experts are stating that debris from outer space will only be increasing in frequency as they impact Earth in the coming year.

Reality is Beyond Our Perception

Rene’ Descartes, Contributing Writer Waking Times An enlightened conversation… Everything in the Universe is vibrating. Even light is vibrating (different frequencies of vibration give us the different colors, just like different frequencies of vibration give us the different notes in an octave of sound). The so-called 5 physical senses, touch, smell, hearing, taste, and sight,

2013: The Year of the Comets

Nicholas West, Guest Writer Waking Times Some ancient cultures referred to them as “the Menace of the Universe” and “the Harbinger of Doom.” Comets have almost universally been viewed by the ancients as messengers or omens carrying bad news from the gods. In the midst of our busy lives it’s difficult to keep in mind

Are Earthlings an ‘Invasive Species’ Soon to be Exterminated?

An important new study in the realm of astrophysics has revealed that up to 40 percent of red dwarfs (a type of star or “sun”) may harbor a large Earth-like planet orbiting at just the right distance to support life as we know it. The study was led by Dr Xavier Bonfils of the Grenoble University in France.