So recent you can still taste the bile
- Those are awfully aggressive snowflakes
- The people who say rotten things and the people who want to punish them
- Two sides of the same very sad little coin
- When speakers need police escort on and off college campuses, an alarm bell should be going off
- Competing narratives that can’t be bridged?
- Baldwin and Obama
- Testosterone poisoning
- Notable & Quotable: Think Tanks
- The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today
- Why enact a costly regulation to do what the market was doing for free?
Tag Archives: Astronomy
Been awhile since I posted an APOF, but perhaps it’s been worth the wait: historic pic of Pluto! Remember to watch the news this Tuesday as New Horizons zooms past the dwarf planet and its 5 moons. It will not, as … Continue reading
I’ve said it before (here here here here): you can never have too many robot space planes. Space.com reports that the 4th mission of the X-37B will launch from Cape Canaveral on May 20. Statement reveal a little more leg this … Continue reading
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Some speculate that the universe is so large we couldn’t possibly be alone. But there’s a companion thought experiment that is more interesting: In a universe 14 billion years old, surely there is an advanced civilization somewhere older than ours … Continue reading
The odds of life existing on another planet grow ever longer, argues this piece in the WSJ Here’s the story: The same year (1966) Time featured the now-famous headline (“Is God Dead?”), the astronomer Carl Sagan announced that there were … Continue reading
Last week Orion had its first test flight, so I’ve got 10 pictures/illustrations of it, 1 selfie from Rosetta, and 6 general interest astronomy pictures. Additional details below the jump.