Growing up the humor of Robin Williams was one of the very first I connected with. When it first came out Mrs. Doubtfire instantly became my favorite comedy and remains so to this day. Now that he’s gone I feel like a piece of my childhood has gone along with him. I’m thankful I still have those memories of rolling around on the living room rug in side-splitting laughter because of him.

Rest in peace, Captain

massteroidyung asked:

Are you just into Science or are you also interested in Theology?

I am very interested in Theology. Historically mainly. Right now I am writing about Hypatia and the Christian uprising that led to the destruction of the great Library and Museum of Alexandria, which housed rare and fantastic works from all around the known world of that time. Including Euclid: Elements (Father of Geometry) to accounts that made up the Old Testament.

artblop asked:

I'm an artist. I noticed today that I go to your blog the most. More than art blogs. Have you read Art & Physics Parallel Visions in Space, Time & Light by Leonard Shlain?

Thank you! No I have not read that book. I will put it on my list though. It sounds very interesting. Art and Physics have a lot of similarities, so this book seems like a great read historically and scientifically. 



Apollo 11 EVA Training

All of the photographs from the moon are of Buzz Aldrin taken by Neil. We never got to see the two of them together on the surface of the moon besides the 16mm film of them planting the American flag. Thats why I love these so much. You can get a perspective of what it looked like. Two of the first human beings ever to set foot on the moon, performing tasks like core samples and setting up antennas.