I’m selling some space collectible items on eBay to raise some money for the website. There’s some neat stuff there, including Virgin Orbit Remove Before Launch luggage tags, and cargo Dream Chaser key rings.
If you’re interested in this stuff, please bid or buy it now! It would really help out. Thanks.
Virgin Orbit Remove Before Launch Key Chain/Luggage Tag
Blinking NASA Lapel Pin:
Battlestar Galactic Promotional Rubber Keychain
Sky Captain & The World Of Tomorrow Movie Promo (4) Trading Card Pack Sealed
By Douglas Messier
Sunday is traditionally a day of rest. However, for some it is given over to pondering where our rapidly advancing technology is taking us as we barrel at exponential speeds through a series of disruptive game-changing pivots on our way to Ray Kurzweil’s Singularity, where we will all happily merge with our super intelligent machines.
Or something. You can probably tell I’ve recently been in Silicon Valley.
As the hit TV show ends its four-year run, Alan Boyle interviews Battlestar Galactica’s science adviser about his work on the critically acclaimed series:
How does a naked singularity work? What happens when a spacecraft gets stressed-out? Answering such questions is all in a day’s work for Kevin Grazier, the scientific adviser for the critically acclaimed TV series “Battlestar Galactica.”
I’m guessing that more than a few of you are avid followers of Ron Moore’s complex space saga, Battlestar Galactica. A remake of a somewhat cheesy Star Wars rip-off of the same name that first aired thirty years ago, the re-imagined version — immersed as it is in post-9/11 fears and paranoia — has been one of the most compelling and thought-provoking programs on television.
With the show now drawing to a close, I thought I might take a break from the latest gossip about the new NASA administrator to write about it. Today’s topic: parallels between the 12 colonies and the Roman Empire.