Advice on Correct Astronomy (companion to BCC post)

From BYU Studies 35(1) 1995. Companion to BCC post.

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5 Responses to Advice on Correct Astronomy (companion to BCC post)

  1. Joseph Smidt says:

    Yes, this is why I do cosmology and not astronomy. I don’t care to actually look at the stars (though maybe it would be fun in a station wagon). Most people here can probably recognize more constellations then I can. :)

    To me what is more interesting is just run them through a computer and examine their statistical properties and ask “what in the world is causing such majestic correlations to exist throughout the universe?” The stars are merely a visible tools to probe those laws that shape the entire universe.

    But then again I am odd.

  2. Holly says:

    lovely. Really, really lovely.

  3. Cap says:

    Wow. I have not words. No real words. All I can say is wow! Thanks for sharing. It’ll be one of the few I keep with me.

  4. CEF says:

    Cool Steve.

  5. presabic says:

    “I don’t care to actually look at the stars (though maybe it would be fun in a station wagon). Most people here can probably recognize more constellations then I can.”
    Where else can I read about this?

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