Monthly Archives: March 2013
I would like to bring to your attention the last couple of paragraphs of my Inaugural Lecture. This explains why I believe we live in a Matrix Universe. It really is very strange that mathematics should describe our physical world … Continue reading
Noel Carboni combined the Hyperstar III and mini-WASP data for this image.
The Big Bang was when the simulation was first started.
Today’s Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) is Hind’s Crimson star acquired at the New Forest Observatory and processed by Noel Carboni in Florida U.S.A. 🙂
You can see a new bunch of fractal renders on the Scientific Artist web site: http://www.scientificartist.com/
A recent image of Sirius shows something new in the vicinity. A type III civilisation has constructed a Dyson sphere around our brightest star.
Managed to get out for just a few minutes last night and as Leo was in a good position I focused up on Regulus and let the mini-WASP do its thing. Rather disturbing news when I processed the data this … Continue reading
Noel Carboni processed the recent Tania Australis data, and as you can see, he made a much better job of it than me 🙂
Friday February 15th was a very eventful day for astronomers world-wide. Simon Parkin had already arranged to broadcast the weather live from the New Forest Observatory that evening due to the near miss asteroid DA14 that was due in our … Continue reading