Dec 212012
 

And how could a thing remain,
unless you willed it;
or be preserved,
had it not been called
forth by you?
But you spare all things,
because they are yours,
O Lord and lover of life.

Wisdom 11, 25-26


Microscopic …

Nov 082012
 

The universe “is not chaos or the result of chaos, rather, it appears ever more clearly as an ordered complexity” originating “in God’s creative Word”. The Holy Father emphasized this to the participants in the Plenary Assembly of the Pontifical

Feb 162010
 

di Marco Bersanelli
“Science and faith cannot go together well, because faith presumes a blind belief in something that was revealed in the past, some sort of legend that remains even now, without criticizing it, without the right to question

Oct 292009
 

Scientific American The astronomical discoveries made by Galileo Galilei in the 17th
century have secured his place in scientific lore, but a lesser known
aspect of the Italian astronomer’s life is his role as a father.
On the occasion of the International Year of Astronomy, convened to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Galileo’s first
telescopic observations of 1609, we spoke to Dava Sobel, author of the unique portrait “Galileo’s Daughter: A Historical Memoir of Science, Faith and Love” (Walker, 1999), about Galileo’s complex and overlapping relationships with his family and with the Catholic Church.

Feb 192009
 
Friday, August 29 2008, 11.15 a.m., Sala A1 (Pictures)Charles Harper, Senior Vice President of the John Templeton Fundation;
Gino Segre, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pennsylvania;
Constantino Tsallis, Centro Brasileiro …