From radiometric dating (the rate of radioactive decay is constant over time), we know Earth has been here for about 4.56 billion years (in a universe 13.7 billion years old). According to the fossil record, life began about 800 million years later, or 3.8 billion years ago. This life was in the form of primitive [...]
The Milky Way galaxy is huge. It contains about 300 billion stars. The nearest to us of the 300 billion is a star by the name of Proxima Centauri. It is one of a three-star system that also includes Alpha and Beta Centauri, which tumble over each other while Proxima Centauri orbits them. To reach [...]
Our planet, Earth, is small, only 7,926 miles in diameter and 24,000 miles in circumference. In volume, it is only 3 millionths the size of our sun. We exist in a solar system comprised of the sun, nine planets, 168 moons (Earth: 1, Mars: 2, Jupiter: 63, Saturn: 59, Uranus: 27, Neptune: 13, and Pluto: [...]
Seven Words That Can Change the World explains in simple language what life requires of us unequivocally in order to reverse our destructive and unsustainable momentum, end our needless suffering, prosper together, find peace, sustain humanity, and advance our civilization.
“Brilliant” and “Inspiring” DVD Seven Words That Can Change the World charts course to better living, world with 3 rules, 7 words. Author & Harvard Divinity Scholar Joe Simonetta Releases Popular Presentation on DVD. Los Angeles – (28 April 2009) — When Joe Simonetta talks about “Seven Words That Can Change the World” there’s a [...]
From cosmology, we know that every hour we travel in excess of an incredible 1,665,000 miles. How do we do that? It is as though we are on a spacecraft within a spacecraft within a spacecraft (at least). The first spacecraft on which we are passengers is our planet as it orbits the star we [...]