| Dec 14, 2011
| 4:02 PM
Who created the universe, The Big Guy or the Big Bang?
Three thousand scientists in Geneva Switzerland believe they will soon be able to prove the Big Bang explosion did occur. The proof they need is called the "God Particle."
So far they've only...
| Dec 20, 2011
| 1:52 PM
The Higgs boson will never take the place of Jesus in popular culture, although it makes for fun cartoons. I do find the scientific search for God to be interesting. I believe in God and I believe in Christ consciousness, but the details of my beliefs are...
| Jul 12, 2012
First came the God particle, the Higgs boson. Then came "Ice Age" (2002). Then, "Ice Age: The Meltdown" (2006). Then "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs" (2009). And now arrives "Ice Age: Continental Drift," informally known as "Ice Age 4," also known as a...
| Jul 12, 2012
| 2:12 PM
Though known primarily as an author, Ray Bradbury had a fixation with Hollywood. It was inevitable that his skills as a science fiction writer would eventually land him work in the movies.
His first gig was with Universal Pictures in the early 1950s,...
| Jul 9, 2012
| 3:48 PM
The search for the Higgs Boson Particle was kinda like the search for the Holy Grail, but kinda not like it.
The Higgs Boson is the holy grail of physics, that elusive little puppy commonly known as the God Particle. It used to exist only in theory,...
| Sep 27, 2012
| 8:40 PM
How do you write Lin's Bin?
Lin's Bin starts with a question.
Is it OK to compliment a woman on her breasts?
Where does the time go?
Why are teenagers so cranky?
The questions come from clueless frat boys, from wistful mothers, from grade school kids...
| Jul 13, 2012
| 8:44 PM
Question: Reportedly, scientists in Switzerland have announced the key discovery to authenticate the theory of all matter: the "God Particle." New discoveries, in turn, create new analysis of the intelligent design of creation, and so the wheel of science...
| Nov 21, 2012
| 12:50 PM
As I stand here somberly carving the Thanksgiving Twinkie, I reflect on the direction America is going, and all I can say is, For Shame, For Shame, For Shame.
Here we are on this most special day, celebrating — well, I forget what we’re...
| Jul 25, 2012
| 7:28 AM
Along with many of the nation's million and a half professors, I saw the recent apparent discovery of the Higgs boson particle as a great moment not only for science but for American education as well. Somehow, lost in the discussion of the discovery...
| Aug 9, 2012
On July 4, a large assembly of scientists in Geneva, Switzerland announced that, after spending $10 billion, employing 6,000 researchers and directing tiny subatomic particles on a collision course of 17 miles, they had found what they were looking for....
| Oct 13, 2012
What does it take to get us excited anymore?
I mean, we have a remote-controlled craft roaming the surface of Mars — Mars! — and it's tooling around scooping up soil and looking for evidence of life, and our reaction is: ZZZZZZZZ.
And in the...