- Dec 14, 2019
Jesuit Father Pedro Cartaya remembers shaking hands with astronaut Neil Armstrong.
The NASA astronauts didn’t know it, but WHAS radio technician Larry Baysinger and his journalist friend Glenn Rutherford had tapped the frequency of the 12-watt radios — walkie talkie-type communicators — used by Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Armstrong on the moon’s surface.
Jim O’Leary has spent the past 44 years looking up into the heavens — a space-age kid who grew up watching astronauts rocketing into the great beyond.
As a follow-up to a 2013 symposium on the origin and evolution of humans, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences held a workshop discussing the latest discoveries about humanity’s earliest ancestors — where they lived and what they may have looked like millions of years ago.
The Museum of the Bible is using a grant to foster discussion of scientific inquiry and biblical interpretation.
With the reality of evil being among the most pondered questions of all time and no clear answer, scientists and clergy joined together in Rome this week to reflect on whether there are “good” and “bad” brains, and how the science intersects with faith.