Here’s a great compilation of Neil deGrasse Tyson‘ most memorable moments:
In a video that’ll make you want to open up an astrophysics book, Derek Muller discusses the incredible formation of the universe:
Mark Armitage, a former Electron Microscopy Technician at California State University, Northridge, filed a lawsuit in 2014 saying he was fired because of his Creationist beliefs. That case was finally settled this week, and the details may surprise many.
Televangelist Rick Joyner, appearing on The Jim Bakker Show last week, explained that climate change proponents predicted we’d see bigger and more frequent hurricanes over time, but that’s a joke since there “haven’t been any” since Katrina!
That’s easy to say if you just ignore the devastation caused by other hurricanes not named Katrina.
9-year-old William Maillis is one of those geniuses who’s already in college. He graduated high school last year — while his peers finished fourth grade — and is currently enrolled in community college. After a year-long transition period, he’ll transfer to Carnegie Mellon University, where he plans to study to become an astrophysicist.
That’s all well and good. But wait till you hear his ultimate goal.