Groping in the Deep Dark

From KHouse.Org It has been observed that science is no longer Science. This rather shocking statement seems very radical and inflammatory, but while it may be inflammatory, it isn’t radical. Over the last several decades, science has taken a grand “turn”. In the early years of science, there was an understanding that one had to be a rigorous slave to the systematic requirements of discovery. To “know” anything it had to be Continue Reading

Astronomers Gearing Up For Possible ‘Comet Of The Century’

From Fox News.Com Astronomers are already getting set for the arrival of Comet ISON, which may become one of the brightest comets ever seen when it cruises through the inner solar system this fall. NASA has brought together a small team of experts to organize an observing campaign for Comet ISON, which could potentially shine as brightly as the moon when it makes its closest pass by the sun in late November if the most optimistic Continue Reading

The Long Night of Sennacherib – Mars’ Near Pass-by?

From KHouse.Org Mars’ Near Pass-by? The Long Night of Sennacherib by Dr. Chuck Missler Virtually all ancient calendars were initially based on a 360-day year: 12 months of 30 days each. However, all calendars change in 701 b.c.; they all resort to adjustments to accommodate the current sidereal reckoning. Why? There is a strange segment of history that is, apparently, so important that it is repeated three times in the Old Testament—2 Continue Reading

The Newest Beasts of the Earth

From KHouse.Org At the end of Planet of The Apes (1968), Charlton Heston and Linda Harrison trot down the beach, where they famously see the charred remains of the Statue of Liberty and realize that the planet the apes are ruling is actually Earth. In the 2011 reboot, biotech researchers have produced a genetically engineered virus that increases the intelligence of both humans and apes. A stronger version of the virus is lethal to humans, Continue Reading

Hunting down the God Particle

From KHouse.Org Scientists think they've caught sight of the elusive Higgs boson, a theoretical subatomic particle that makes up the glue that holds the Universe together.  The announcement was made at a press conference on Tuesday.  After billions of dollars and a decade of sweat from thousands of scientists deep in the ground under the Alps, the great mysteries of physics may finally be answered.  Perhaps.  The Higgs may exist after Continue Reading

Dark Energy and the Accelerating Universe

From KHouse.Org "Have ye not known? have ye not heard? hath it not been told you from the beginning? have ye not understood from the foundations of the earth? It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:" - Isa 40:21-22 Perlmutter on one team, and Schmidt and Riess on another, Continue Reading

Neutrinos may really be faster than Light

From KHouse.Org Neutrinos may indeed travel faster than the speed of light, according to three years' worth of data amassed at a huge underground lab in Italy. Physicists across the world are skeptical of course; Einstein's theory of relativity hinges on the speed of light and the fact that nothing goes faster. If a particle can shoot past light speed, then crazy science fiction dreams like time travel conceivably become possible. If Continue Reading

The Heavens Declare The Glory of God – Scientists find 200 sextillion more stars in the sky

From Fox News.Com The night sky may be a lot starrier than we thought. A study suggests the universe could have triple the number of stars scientists previously calculated. For those of you counting at home, the new estimate is 300,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. That's 300 sextillion. The study questions a key assumption that astronomers often use: that most galaxies have the same properties as our Milky Way. And that's creating a bit of Continue Reading

Nasa Detects 30-year-old Baby Black Hole

From KHouse.Org NASA DETECTS 30-YEAR-OLD BABY BLACK HOLE Black holes aren't born just any day. It took years for scientists to be convinced that they actually exist, and some people still aren't sure. Yet, it appears that a baby black hole is growing just 50 million light years away, in our own back yard as far as astronomical neighbors go. In April 1979, a teacher/amateur astronomer watched a star explode, and for the past 31 years Continue Reading

Alpha changes with Time and Space

From KHouse.Org ALPHA CHANGES WITH TIME AND SPACE The fine structure constant, α, has changed over time and space according to a study led by John Webb of Australian University of New South Wales. Webb’s team has been studying the light from distant quasars for over a decade, using the Keck telescope in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. The team had determined previously that α was the slightest bit smaller in the distant past. Now, after having Continue Reading