To understand what we mean and before searching for the origins of life on Earth and elsewhere in the universe, >>

# Lonely Moon

## Bioastronomy

To answer Pascal’s philosophical questions concerning our place in the universe and the passionate interest of the public, the field >>

## The Disciplines of Bioastronomy: Introduction Part II

Statistically speaking, it turns out that 20% of the stars form double or multiple systems and that a roughly identical >>

## The Disciplines of Bioastronomy: Introduction Part I

When we turn our gaze to the sky, among the many questions we raise in front of the infinity of >>

## The Concept of Spacetime Part II

For Einstein, linking space and time means that neither distance nor time are absolute; the perception of time depends primarily >>

## The Concept of Spacetime Part I

Like an explorer who has arrived in a mythical land, this compound term shimmers before our eyes as a master >>

## The Spatiotemporal Infinitude of Multiply Connected Universes

Is the cube a hexahedron? From a topological point of view, the shape of space depends on its overall surface. >>

## Does The Universe Have a Center?

We tend to say that the universe began with the Big Bang and then expanded. It is a metaphor, but >>

## Is The Universe Finite or Infinite?

“It’s a question that only fools ask themselves”, Einstein replied jokingly. Since the time of Aristotle, mankind has often asked >>

## The Models of The Universe

The study of geometrical forms of Universe is based on topology. This exotic mathematics domain that everyone knows primarily through >>

## The Concept of The Universe Part III

Previous article, The Concept of The Universe Part II. To clarify the concepts that nothing is a graphical representation of the >>

## The Concept of The Universe Part II

Previous article, The Concept of The Universe Part I. According to Kant, how can we establish laws by observing a single >>