Around the star Gliese 667C, 22 light years from Earth, astronomers have discovered a solar system with 6 to 7 planets-- three of which orbit that sun's habitable zone. That's the most exoplanets in a star's habitable zone that have been found yet. The three worlds, labeled "super Earths," are much larger than our planet but smaller than Neptune or Uranus. More at The Atlantic.
The Jordan Codices are an ancient set of seventy lead tablets that could change the world’s view of Biblical history. In part one, religious scholar and...More »