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March 2017

Black Soul Science > 2017 > March (Page 47)

Astronomy or Astrology

Have you ever finally just gave in to the temptation and read your horoscope in the newspaper on Sunday morning? Sure, we all have. For most of us, it’s a curiosity, an amusement to see what they say our day will be like based on the sign of the zodiac that we were born under. Sometimes we forget that this little diversion is actually part of an ancient science called astrology that has had a powerful effect on many cultures dating back to centuries before Christ. That is not to say that astrology is a dead art today. It is...

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Our Neighbors in Space

We have a special feeling toward the other planets that circle our sun. Maybe it’s all the science fiction stories about visiting the moon, Mars and other planets. But we love to think about those planets that make up what we call “the solar system.” that do what our planet does but do it very differently indeed. The planets of our solar system have taken on personalities and mythical appeal in our literature and arts. It is easy to find artists who render their vision of the planets that make up our society of planets near our sun. The...

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Moon Fever

Of all of the celestial bodies that capture our attention and fascination as astronomers, none has a greater influence on life on planet Earth than it’s own satellite, the moon. When you think about it, we regard the moon with such powerful significance that unlike the moons of other planets which we give names, we only refer to our one and only orbiting orb as THE moon. It is not a moon. To us, it is the one and only moon. The moon works its way into our way of thinking, our feelings about romance, our poetry and literature and even...

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Sisqó Explains Why He’s Suing Over “The Thong Song” [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

[ad_1] Sisqó explains why he was suing execs over royalties from “The Thong Song.” Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview on “The D.L. Hughley Show.” Also On Black America Web: 24 Celebrity Instagrams You Missed This Week (3/18/-3/24) 24 photos Launch gallery 1. Kevin Hart Source:Instagram 1 of 24 2. LL Cool J Source:Instagram 2 of 24 3. Kandi Source:Instagram 3 of 24 4. Tiny Source:Instagram 4 of 24 5. Tank Source:Instagram 5 of 24 6. Jamie Foxx Source:Instagram 6 of 24 7. Vivica Fox Source:Instagram 7 of 24 8. Terrence J Source:Instagram 8 of 24 9. Trina Source:Instagram 9 of 24 10. Rick Ross Source:Instagram 10 of 24 11. Dwyane Wade Source:Instagram 11 of 24 12. Marlon Wayans Source:Instagram 12 of 24 13. Vanessa Bell Calloway Source:Instagram 13 of 24 14. Sommore Source:Instagram 14 of 24 15. Mike Epps Source:Instagram 15...

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Behind the scenes of 'Rogue One' with director Gareth Edwards

[ad_1] The film's director, Gareth Edwards, spoke with CNN at the South by Southwest conference last week and gave us a behind-the-scenes look at how Disney's first "Star Wars" spinoff came to be, including its surprising ending, its use of CGI actors, and the way a confused Starbucks Barista helped name a planet in a galaxy far, far away.The following conversation -- which contains major spoilers about "Rogue One" -- has been edited for length and clarity.What surprised me about "Rogue One" is all of the main characters die at the end. How did you come to that choice?The first...

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Real life is funny that way: Inside the writers' rooms of 3 hit comedies

[ad_1] But it's an opportunity to have an honest conversation -- and if you're "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris, you can have that conversation with about 7 million people at once. That's what happened when Barris discovered an exchange on his daughter's phone in which a friend was conversationally using the N-word. First, he talked to his daughter -- "I was like, 'I don't think Asher should be saying the N-word,' " Barris recalled when CNN visited his set earlier this year -- and then he raised it with his co-workers: Who gets to say the racial epithet, and who doesn't?...

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