Monthly Archives: October 2011

A case of the Screaming Heebie Jeebies!

I’ll be at The National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center on Saturday participating in their Air&Scare event.  My job will be to talk about the sky falling in the form of meteorites.  Turns out, one of my samples will … Continue reading

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My Belated Steve Jobs Post

I kind of missed the rush of Steve Jobs tributes, and since I typically try to keep my posts to space-related stuff, I considered not doing one.  I’ve been an Apple user since near the beginning, I figured I’d list … Continue reading

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Don’t Cash in your Einstein Stock

Apparently, there have been many papers explaining how neutrinos could have been (incorrectly) measured as traveling faster than light.  Here is a description of one theory, which ironically relies on Einstein’s theories to say that the neutrinos weren’t moving faster … Continue reading

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More Fuel Depot Revelations(?)

Most of the stuff covered in this NASA report was known by us depot advocates, though it’s nice to see it officially acknowledged.

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NEOWise Results Discussed

While the sky looks crowded, it’s not as crowded as predicted.  Details here.

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