Science is the act of making a guess and comparing that guess against reality, which results in some amazing experiments. The guess: that life on earth came from bacteria laden asteroids and meteors. The test: could bacterial spores survive such a ride. The results:
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Carl Zimmer points out NASA’s new Flickr pool. Maybe we can bring science back into the spotlight with some white bow-ties? Fancy dress might make science hip, or, dare I say, popular. I just had an image of the Nobel Prizes being run like the Grammy’s or Academy Awards. Maybe we […]
25 years ago today, the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster occurred. Remember why we go to space, why we explore, why we refuse to remain trapped on the rock upon which we crawled from the ooze. Our might and our fragility in a single sad memory.
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