On Space Cattle and Looking for the Origin of Life

Or, A Little Mars &  Origins of Life History (and other related thoughts) Before Tackling Today’s Space Exploration Debates, Part IV Okay, so a couple of posts ago we left Stanley Miller and Harold Urey […]

How Many Times Did Life Begin? And How Many “Lives” Are There?

Or, A Little Mars &  Origins of Life History (and other related thoughts) Before Tackling Today’s Space Exploration Debates, Part III A while back a college student mentee of mine asked me to join her […]

Writing Out Loud About The Search for Life in Space Exploration

Or, A Little Mars &  Origins of Life History Before Tackling Today’s Space Exploration Debates, Part II One of the exciting things about blogs is the fact that we can update them with new information, […]

How Sixto Rodriguez’s Searching for Sugarman Led Me To an Amazing Personal Lecture by a Space Scientist About the Search for Life

Or, A Little Mars &  Origins of Life History Before Tackling Today’s Space Exploration Debates, Part I In my post before last I mentioned I’d share some Mars exploration history before moving on to Mars […]

Earth Protection P.S.

  Coincidentally, immediately after my last post – making reference to the importance of Earth protection and our meager atmospheric protective shield, I learned that a Riley Duren would be speaking at JPL on Feb […]

Why the future of space exploration requires that we make Earth protection our first priority.

The news media is rife with stories about missions to Mars and to asteroids lately. A great deal of the interest has been spawned by the fact that we have a mission on Mars currently, […]

Innovation vs Status Quo in Science, the Arts and Business

Jan. 20, 2013 Beckman Auditorium at Caltech, Pasadena – The Visioneers, with author Dr. W. Patrick McCray, streamed online as shown here First is the good news that the Skeptics Society at Caltech is now […]