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Ever Wonder How The Universe Works

The word “Universe” comes from the Latin “Universum”, which was used by Roman authors to refer to the cosmos as they knew them. This consisted of the Earth and all life as well as the Moon, the Sun, the planets that they knew about (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn) and the stars. The term “cosmos”, on the other hand, is derived from the Greek word kosmos, which means "order" or “the world”. Other words commonly used to define all of known-existence include “Nature” (from the Germanic word natur) and the English word “everything” (self-explanatory).

"How the Universe Works"

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5G Update

For two kids who happen to have a passion for learning about all things space, this was an incredible opportunity to learn from an American hero. For over 15 minutes, the kids sat riveted by Buzz’s responses to their questions as they learned what technology from today he wished he had up in space during his missions, what wows him about space exploration today, how his career path might have gone if he hadn’t been selected for the astronaut program, what was going through his mind as he was about to set foot on the moon, his favorite space food, and so much more. Take a look!




INTERVIEWING BUZZ ALDRIN:


THOMAS & EMILY CHAT WITH AN ASTRONAUT AT THE 2015 NATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL

CERN, Demonic Entities, Extra Dimensions

Scientist and the Elite Try to Hide What Really Happened at CERN, Demonic Entities, Extra Dimensions

Scientist are beginning to get more and more "religious".
What has happened at CERN the past few Years? And What are they up to, this will not be your typical video.