Various - star treff 71

Star Wars was released on May 25, 1977. It was followed by The Empire Strikes Back , released on May 21, 1980, and Return of the Jedi , released on May 25, 1983. The sequels were all self-financed by Lucasfilm . [22]

According to Josep Puig, the Andalusian astronomer Ibn Bajjah proposed that the Milky Way was made up of many stars that almost touched one another and appeared to be a continuous image due to the effect of refraction from sublunary material, citing his observation of the conjunction of Jupiter and Mars on 500 AH (1106/1107 AD) as evidence. [22] Early European astronomers such as Tycho Brahe identified new stars in the night sky (later termed novae ), suggesting that the heavens were not immutable. In 1584 Giordano Bruno suggested that the stars were like the Sun, and may have other planets , possibly even Earth-like, in orbit around them, [23] an idea that had been suggested earlier by the ancient Greek philosophers , Democritus and Epicurus , [24] and by medieval Islamic cosmologists [25] such as Fakhr al-Din al-Razi . [26] By the following century, the idea of the stars being the same as the Sun was reaching a consensus among astronomers. To explain why these stars exerted no net gravitational pull on the Solar System, Isaac Newton suggested that the stars were equally distributed in every direction, an idea prompted by the theologian Richard Bentley . [27]

The Way International put out a number of these annual conference- festival albums in the ‘70s consisting of music and spoken word snippets. Unfortunately most have only brief excerpts from the bands. That and there’s usually too much talking and too many traditional styles. The Rock Of Ages ’71 is one of the better ones as it has some good full-length rocking material by Cookin’ Mama (including ‘In The Presence Of The Lord’), Dove (a classy west-coast psych cover of ‘Jesus Is Just All Right’) and Barry McCoy. Also five selections from Pressed Down Shaken Together & Running Over, some rather brief but most being non-lp. The sermon excerpts in this series reveal a lot more about the organization’s doctrinal peculiarities than is typically discernible from the individual bands’ music albums. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

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