One of the things conservatives have found is that it's hard to shrink government because most people are kind of attached to spending,
They're not seeing individual objects. They're looking at ripples in the background radiation.
They see the initiative process, quite rightly, as something that suits their needs very well.
Although we are looking back to when the universe was only six percent of its present age, this galaxy has already built up a mass in stars eight times that of the Milky Way.
This is all remarkable. Our humble telescopes are determining the fate of the universe.
The genuine excitement in this work lies in the practicality of detecting the stellar radiation from hitherto uncharted distances corresponding to a time when the universe was barely 100 million years old. Not bad for an 85-centimetre telescope
The genuine excitement in this work lies in the practicality of detecting the stellar radiation from hitherto uncharted distances corresponding to a time when the universe was barely 100 million years old, ... Not bad for an 85-centimetre telescope
For some people, the pledge is a statement that the United States is a chosen nation, that the United States is a nation under God, that it is God's chosen nation,
This has been a mystery for a thousand years,
This has been a mystery for a thousand years. Nobody knew what they looked like in the wild. We only saw them dead. These images will open the door to more detailed study of their life.
It's basically political activists that are the source of these initiatives. If you want to understand why these initiatives show up, you have to understand their discontent, not the voters' discontent,
The sea being so deep and so large, I'm sure other mysteries lurk out there, unseen and unsolved.
No Turning Back The Life and Death of Animal Species ... deeply informed and crafted with artistry.
I'm in the sheep business, not the barn business.
It seems a little thin. I average filing around 400 to 450 pages on habeas writs, not including exhibits, which can be another 1,000 pages.
I can't find anything wrong with the analysis. Of course, the next step is for other astronomers to try to prove it right.