The missing Link – Where is it in our Evolution?

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“The missing link (popular term) is often understood as the unknown connection between non-life and life. But more exactly, it is called now ‘transitional fossils’ and defines the gaps between existing fossiled specimens. Some of these gaps are very wide, … Read More

Betelgeuse a Type II Supernova Soon?

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“It is said by some scientists that the only 10 million years old Betelgeuse star (or Alpha Orionis) will transform from a red supergiant into a supernova to a neutron star with only 20 km in diameter (and after that … Read More

Are we children of a Supernova?

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“This thought came lately into my mind when I watched “our sun” rising beautifully above the horizon.” #24.11.2017–Our G2 type sun has developed from a nuclear and cosmic cloud approximately 4.6 billion years ago and producing energy at a constant … Read More