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The mad scientist as a young man. (Not George Krassner but, hey, it could have been.) Image from Beveled. Rocket science: My brother’s keeper “At age 29, as head of the Astro-Electronics Division, I had the civilian rank equal to … finish reading Paul Krassner : My Brother’s Keeper
“Space Junk” by Todd M. Bacastow / academics.uww.edu.Stop the (lunar) madness:A Luddite’s prayer to GaiaBy Ray Reece / The Rag Blog / February 16, 2010 In the New York Times Online of 11 February, columnist Ross Douthat writes disapprovingly in … finish reading Ray Reece : A Luddite’s Prayer to Gaia
‘Dark Side of the Moon’ by Al Magnus / photo.net. In Defense of the Dark Side of the MoonBy The Surrealist Group / The Rag Blog / August 20, 2009 “But, for myself, the Earth’s records had taught me to … finish reading Surrealist Group : No War on the Moon!
Al Reinert’s stunning ‘For All Mankind’ screens tonight as we observe the 40th Anniversary of man’s greatest adventure By Thorne Dreyer / The Rag Blog / July 20, 2009 See ‘Tumbling Models: Some of “The Right Stuff,”‘ by Thomas Cleaver, … finish reading ‘For All Mankind’ : Remembering the Apollo Astronauts’ Epic Derring-Do
This image was produced by combining a dozen NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory observations made of a 130 light-year region in the center of the Milky Way. When microwaves created by the Big Bang pass through large galaxies, they appear to … finish reading SCIENCE : Dark Energy’s Fingerprint Found in Distant Galaxies
NASA scientists said Wednesday they had found liquid on Saturn’s moon Titan, seen here in a 2005 NASA handout taken from the Cassini probe, only the second body in the solar system after Earth to have fluid on its surface.Titan … finish reading Oil On Saturn Moon : That’s the Ticket!