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Let the Water Float Me Up

Top photo by Jeff Worman NASA is saying that there is water on the moon, enough to sustain a Moon Base.Of course, there is. Why is it not surprising where it was found? Clavius. Clavius Base? Sound familiar? Beside water, […]

Let the Water Float Me Up

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Top photo by Jeff Worman NASA is saying that there is water on the moon, enough to sustain a Moon Base.Of course, there is. Why is it not surprising where it was found? Clavius. Clavius Base? Sound familiar? Beside water, […]

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The Future of the Future Rides Again

Two American astronauts: aboard an American built spaceship, taking off from American soil. For space. A lot is riding on the SpaceX Liftoff on Saturday. Following the Shuttle program, riddled

Don’t touch that dial

Don’t touch that dial. Or anything. Please stay tuned, while comms are still up. Now would be a good time for someone to roll out the androids. Weren’t the Sauds working on that?

Elections 2020: Too late now

Too late now. Most likely. I reached out to a friend of mine I worked with at McMurdo, as global climate change is in the news again way down south,

Warped Speed Ahead

I don’t know. Did He avert World War 3 or hasten its arrival? Did He piss on a hornet’s nest or in the collective pants of the free world? Did he take

Too bad about the Space Force

Whenever you see an ad to enlist in our military, it already looks like a trailer for a sci-fi action movie. Or a video game. Now what? Battlestar Galactica with a

Timestruck: National Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day: It’s about time

I had a little time, so I thought I should bring this up: It’s about time for National Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day. Or almost time. And we

Hell to pay 2.0

You’ve probably already seen the posts. As of November, 2019, Bladerunner is no longer set in the future. We caught up with Phillip K. Dick’s dystopian vision of the future and

Big Deal: Lost in the Art of the Fog

It sounded good. Jobs for people that could not find work in a decimated former industrial stronghold. Jobs for people that otherwise string two or three jobs in fast food

Walled off from Reality

Everyone has a wall. Why can’t we? East Germany had a wall with the West, and when the Soviet Union fell: it came down and everyone celebrated. We had better build

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