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- About Alchemy
- "The science of alchemy I like very well, and indeed, 'tis the philosophy of the ancients. I like it not only for the profits it brings in melting metals, in decocting, preparing, extracting and distilling herbs, roots; I like it also for the sake of the...
Mystic Sciences >> Alchemy
- Plumbum metallicum (Lead)
- Plumbum is lead, a very heavy metal. In astrology we associate Plumbum with the planet Saturn, recognizable by its large rings. Saturn is the last planet in the solarsystem that can be seen with the bare eye; for the more distant planets we need a telescope....
Remedies >> Remedies P
- Planet: Saturn Sign: Capricorn Day: Saturday Saturn is the planet with the beautiful rings; this points at the organized and strict character of this planet-spirit. Saturn is the last (personal) planet that can be seen with the bare eye; for more distant...
Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals
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- A whale-sized asteroid with the potential to release 1 million tons of TNT
- "There is no concern whatsoever regarding this asteroid — unless you were interested in seeing it with a telescope," Paul Chodas, the manager of CNEOS, said in a press release. "Prospects for observing .... Klopp delighted with fans as Liverpool beat Man.
- British Scientists Contribute Super-Fast Camera to International Astronomy Project
- UK Universities involved in the CTA project include the University of Leicester, University of Liverpool, University of Durham and Oxford University.
- New Liverpool Telescope Under Development
- The scientific community is designing a successor to the 2-meter Liverpool Telescope (LT) located on La Palma. The Astrophysics Research Institute of Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), which owns and operates LT, is developing plans for the new ...
- This suspected supernova is 570 billion times as bright as our sun
- Paolo Mazzali, a researcher at the Liverpool John Moores University Astrophysics Research Institute who wasn't involved in the study, agreed that the object, while strange, is most likely a supernova. ...
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