Audio Files   The planetary atmosphere filters through to the earth about one two-billionths of the sun’s total light emanation. If the light falling upon North America were paid for at the rate of two [More]
Audio File   The mass of our sun is slightly greater than the estimate of our physicists, who have reckoned it as about two octillion (2 x 10 to the 27th power) tons.  It now [More]
Audio File        The bulk of the mass contained in the suns and planets of a superuniverse originates in the nebular wheels; very little of superuniverse mass is organized by the direct action of [More]
Audio File   About one million years ago the immediate ancestors of us human beings made their appearance by three successive and sudden mutations stemming from early stock of the lemur type of placental mammal. [More]
Audio File   5,000,000,000 years ago, our sun was a comparatively isolated blazing orb, having gathered to itself most of the near-by circulating matter of space, remnants of the recent upheaval which attended its own [More]
Audio File   THE WORLD OCEAN AND THE FIRST CONTINENT      1,000,000,000 years ago, is the date of the actual beginning of Urantia history. The planet had attained approximately its present size. And about this   [More]
Audio File          All mortal-inhabited worlds are evolutionary in origin and nature.  These spheres are the spawning   ground, the evolutionary cradle, of the mortal races of time and space.  Each unit of the ascendant [More]
Audio File   All mortal-inhabited worlds are evolutionary in origin and nature.  These spheres are the spawning ground, the evolutionary cradle, of the mortal races of time and space.  Each unit of the ascendant life [More]
Audio File   THE PLANET-FORMING ERA Subsequent to the birth of our solar system a period of diminishing solar disgorgement ensued. Decreasingly, for another five hundred thousand years, the sun continued to pour forth diminishing [More]
Audio File   Some of the variable stars, in or near the state of maximum pulsation, are in process of giving origin to subsidiary systems, many of which will eventually be much like our own [More]