All Hands on Deck Thoughts Evoked On Hearing A Science Star – Freeman Dyson – In Pasadena the Other Night

Yes, it was one of those science fan nights for me at Pasadena’s Caltech Beckman Auditorium last week. I’ve read most of Freeman Dyson’s books and for years have admired his sensible approach to science […]

The Future of Space Exploration: Where’s the Public Discourse and Debate?

I wish organizations that provide public lectures had the courage to venture into more controversial realms. Too often they provide public education, which is great, but stick to the vanilla topics that will inspire interest, […]

Backtracking – a check-in from blog author Terry Bailey

For the last couple of months I’ve been doing a lot of music playing, concert going, technology and politics magazine reading, Caltech lecture attending and science and art book reading. Oh, and did I mention […]

A night of Latin Jazz, Flamenco, Bossa Nova and my Red Dress song

If my Other Mother, Esther, had not passed away two days before this concert, I would have recorded some of it for you. As it was, it was the best I could do to give […]

Art Life Continues to Eclipse Book Riffing – for another week or so

  I have so many stories to continue now! I will post more images of my Digital Eclectic art show, which runs through June 17 and had its reception last week. I will get back […]