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From the big bang to the present and into the next millenium, The Universe Story unites science and the humanities in a dramatic exploration of the unfolding of the universe, humanity's evolving place in the cosmos, and the boundless possibilities for our future.
The Universe Story Calendar (TUSC) Book is an educational companion to the original The Universe Story Calendar 2018 CE promulgated on Nov./NationScience 9, 2017 CE. This companion book tells the story of how TUSC came to be.Thomas R. Spiritbringer, who has worked with calendars for 35 years, relays how this new World and Earth-wide Calendar is essential for Humanity today. Through exploring the big history of the calendar in relationship to Sun, Moon and Earth he spells out how The Gregorian Calendar is feeding inaccurate and outdated information into the present Human Family's consciousness and psyche.Through celebrating the reality that The Universe Story is 13.8 Billion Years old As of Today through the revised Days of The Week and Months of The Year, Humanity can now finally see our destiny is Unity, not separation. Reality, value and meaning come with updated scientific evidence not a calendar that still teaches Earth is the center of the whole Universe as was thought in 1582 CE.
Look at the Birdie is a collection of fourteen previously unpublished short stories from one of the most original writers in all of American fiction. In this series of perfectly rendered vignettes, written just as he was starting to find his comic voice, Kurt Vonnegut paints a warm, wise, and often funny portrait of life in post–World War II America—a world where squabbling couples, high school geniuses, misfit office workers, and small-town lotharios struggle to adapt to changing technology, moral ambiguity, and unprecedented affluence. In a poignant tale set in the depths of the Great Depression, two children of privilege get a lesson in empathy from a down-and-outer with an unusual plan to prove himself a success in the eyes of his dying mother. King and Queen of the Universe and the thirteen other never-before-published pieces that comprise Look at the Birdie serve as an unexpected gift for devoted readers who thought that Kurt Vonnegut's unique voice had been stilled forever—and provide a terrific introduction to his short fiction for anyone who has yet to experience his genius.
Everyone has a life story. Cultures too have stories about how the world and its creatures came into being. We call those 'mere myths' but had nothing to put in their place until science gave us the contemporary story of our Universe. This book retells that awesome story, the span of which covers billions of years of evolution, and considers its implications for the future development of human consciousness.
Is the universe ultimately meaningful, ordered to an end of transcendental value? Or is it merely the product of random interactions in which organization emerges only locally and by chance and is conserved only so long as rare and improbable conditions prevail? There can, in fact, be no more important question, for on the resolution of this question depends the significance of all our worldly labors. The Ultimate Meaningfulness of the Universe represents a new departure in this debate, arguing that because it describes rather than explains the universe, mathematical physics is radically incapable of addressing this question. The book argues for a new scientific research paradigm that while incorporating and building on the description of the universe supplied by modern mathematical physics, goes beyond it in a restored discipline of teleological explanation. The book sketches applications in the physical, biological, and social domains, and shows that powerful evidence already points toward the ultimate meaningfulness of the universe.
An introduction to the universe covering everything from the big bang and our understanding of the universe over time, to the earth's formation, the Sun and how it affects us, the Moon and planets, black holes and galaxies.
This highly illustrated history of the telescope begins with pre-telescopic observatories and progresses to today`s most modern instruments, including the Hubble. The book examines the development of astronomical telescopes and provides a fascinating overview of the way astronomical telescopes and imaging have evolved with technology during the past 450 years.

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