2009 - International Year of Astronomy: .
"Giant Eyes" - music by Vicenzo Galilei and Adrianne Simioni
In that tune, Adrianne developes the idea "The frontiers of the universe are expanded with the invention of the telescope."
*Note: this piece is based on a “ricercare” composed by Vicenzo Galilei (1520-1591), father of the famous astronomer Galileo Galilei. Total time: 4'23''
The fantastic image is "Palomar Remembered" by the great futurist artist Frank Hettick (www.skyhighgallery.com)
From the album "The Intelligible Sky" by Adrianne Simioni.
Is there an argument for the existence of God?: The question of whether there is a conclusive argument for the existence of God has been debated throughout history, with exceedingly intelligent people taking both sides of the dispute. In recent times, arguments against the possibility of God’s existence have taken on a militant spirit that accuses anyone daring to believe in God as being delusional and irrational. Karl Marx asserted that anyone believing in God must have a mental disorder that caused invalid thinking. The psychiatrist Sigmund Freud wrote that a person who believed in a Creator God was delusional and only held those beliefs ...