Aspiring Science writer with emphasis upon understanding public perception of truth in science.
This video video provided (primarily) from JPL is a delight to watch. While in silence one can almost envision studying the ‘hexagonal’ pattern from the Cassini, itself. Our opinions of how (and how) phenomena occur will obscure our natural tendencies to ‘wonder and question’ for the sake of self-learning– Take care–
The project has garnished quite a few applicants. The co-founder estimates that its total cost will be 6 billion U.S. dollars. The concept is interesting and is centered around ’reality tv’ being the ultimate source of funding. The source of the video news is TIME–at its Word Press site. —- Added after post– The initial […]
I happened to receive the calendar the day before Thanksgiving. The skies of the Southern hemisphere are majestic to behold. The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds are seen with such clarity that to wait for the calendar in the Mail was time well spent. I suggest anyone who would like to learn more of the […]
Reblogged from Jack Saunsea: The largest and most powerful storm of this year, and possibly in recent memory has made landfall in the Philippines. SuperTyphoon Haiyan (Yolanda, as it is called in the Philippines), was recorded as having wind speeds of 195+ miles per hour, with gusts of at least 235 miles per hour. The […]
John_Jaksich posted Contemplating SETI in a few short words? (Book Review III—Frontiers of Astrobiology) on The Silent Astronomer
When the SETI@Home project commenced 15 years ago, I imagined humanity would find evidence of ET within 25 years. In fact, I believed that it would be a matter of decades before a handful of interesting signals would captivate the general public. The fact is, the SETI paradigm is almost 55 years old, and the […]
‘Singing’ the Praises of decodedScience I really don’ keep a tune very well. But, the site which I am now a part of–cannot be any better in my estimation. Much of what I have seen and read is great. It is not everyday that one finds the quality and depth of posts that behoove to be […]
Because you have chosen to read my blog, I am humbled and thankful. I will continue to write and find much enlightenment from all of you! I thought I would post the image to illustrate how inspired I am from my fellow bloggers. Here is a description of the image from its companion site: Galaxies […]
I am very happy announce that an article which I wrote was added decodedscience.com. The site is in its infancy and I am very honored to be added. Here is the URL of piece: http://www.decodedscience.com/tale-carbon-trail-life-chemistry-cosmos/39564
Thanks to the networking site LinkedIn and the graces of the internet gods! I will post at the site: decoded Science. Details forthcoming . . .
Virus: ‘A piece of bad news wrapped in a protein’ -Sir Peter Medawar Source: Wikimedia Diagram of the HIV virus. US National Institute of Health (redrawn by en:User:Carl Henderson) U.S. Gov URLs: http://web.archive.org/web/20050531012945/http://www.niaid.nih.gov/factsheets/howhiv.htm http://web.archive.org/web/20041119131214/http://www.niaid.nih.gov/factsheets/graphics/howhiv.jpg It is no secret that viruses are a bane of modern life—prior to the Bird Flu, Ebola, and […]