Cosmic rays

1911 Cosmic rays

The book of science

Tom Sharp

Victor Francis Hess physics

Cosmic rays

From the cosmos

Danger, danger!

Rare and random events are not reproducible scientifically, so that to claim any such event as a possible cause for a tragic outcome were to declare oneself unable to objectively think about it. How can one think objectively about life or death? The business of philosophy and religion, it seems, is to ask questions more than to answer them.

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