Campfires in the sky

I always find the Moon to be a poetic piece in the sky. Its origin and reality is quite an anomaly. As a satellite, it’s a giant. When other satellites are only 0.04% the size of its planet, our Moon’s size is a quarter of the Earth’s. The Moon doesn’t have atmosphere, and one time,… Continue reading Campfires in the sky

The Astronomers of Vatican City

Can science and religion meet; embracing each other like a soulmate, unveiling depths within one another? For years, we are used to seeing debates instead of duet between science and religion, to the point that we believe the two can’t co-exist. Right now, The growing belief is that religion doesn’t have scientific foundation, whereas science… Continue reading The Astronomers of Vatican City