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Cosmic Origins is the story of the universe but it's also our story. Hear about origin of space and time, mass and energy, the atoms in our bodies, the compact objects where matter can end up, and the planets and moons where life may flourish. Modern cosmology includes insights and triumphs, but mysteries remain. Join the six speakers who will explore cosmology’s historical and cultural backdrop to explain the discoveries that speak of our cosmic origins.

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Its been 40 years since 1 billion people tuned into their black and white television screens to see mans first steps on the moon. After Soviet attempts, Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, along with Michael Collins walked on the moon July 20, 1969.

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Vatican Astronomer Guy Consolmagno

Thursday, 17 November 2011 15:47

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The Passenger.

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For the Church, talking about life on other planets is not an every day occurrence. But that was the theme at a weeklong meeting that gathered scientists and theologians in the Vatican.

The purpose of the meeting centered around astrobiology and the possibility that life exists elsewhere in the universe.

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Our Place in the Universe 1/3

Friday, 21 May 2010 15:51

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RFTV special guest Brother Guy Consolmagno is a Jesuit astronomer and planetary scientist for the Vatican Observatory. He is also the curator of the Vaticans extensive meteorite collection and author of the book, The Heavens Proclaim. Brother Guy tells us that through his experiences and findings as a scientist and religious brother he has found that science and faith are not in conflict. In fact, he shares how, for him, faith and science go hand-in-hand.

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Our Place in the Universe 2/3

Friday, 21 May 2010 15:57

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RFTV special guest Brother Guy Consolmagno is a Jesuit astronomer and planetary scientist for the Vatican Observatory. He is also the curator of the Vaticans extensive meteorite collection and author of the book, The Heavens Proclaim. Brother Guy tells us that through his experiences and findings as a scientist and religious brother he has found that science and faith are not in conflict. In fact, he shares how, for him, faith and science go hand-in-hand.

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Our Place in the Universe 3/3

Friday, 21 May 2010 15:57

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RFTV special guest Brother Guy Consolmagno is a Jesuit astronomer and planetary scientist for the Vatican Observatory. He is also the curator of the Vaticans extensive meteorite collection and author of the book, The Heavens Proclaim. Brother Guy tells us that through his experiences and findings as a scientist and religious brother he has found that science and faith are not in conflict. In fact, he shares how, for him, faith and science go hand-in-hand.

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How does religion work in a society shaped by science and technology? How do scientists and engineers practice their religions? How in particular does a Jesuit brother, and an MIT graduate with a PhD in planetary science, make sense of his Catholicism? Gods Mechanics examines the personal religious life and theology of scientists and engineers — Techies — based on conversations with Techies in Californias Silicon Valley and a first-person confession from a Jesuit scientist and astronomer at the Vatican Observatory.

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Was the Bible Meant to be Taken Literally?

Thursday, 27 March 2008 16:39

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Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2008/03/02/Brother_Guy_Consolmagno_God_s_Mechanics

Astronomer, author and Jesuit brother Guy Consolmagno discusses the creationist theory of the origin of life, arguing that this theory rests on a literal interpretation of the bible that is not practical.

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