This just in: it turns out that the Apollo 16 mission was our first encounter with alien life/technology.
According to a “psychic R&D operation” based in Austin, TX called Tranception Inc., the Apollo 16 astronauts deserve the Congressional Space Medal of Honor for the first ever alien encounter with some ”shipwreck elements”.
Here, you can read [...]
I watched the Space Shuttle Endeavour blast off this morning on television. Space Shuttle launches never cease to amaze me. What a remarkable sight! This incredible exhibition of science and guts has been captivating the minds and hearts of millions, and arguably billions of people for the past 30 years. The first space shuttle launch [...]
News outlets and the blogosphere were buzzing last week about the lead up to (and subsequent) announcement by NASA on December 2nd that their astrobiology research team “has changed the fundamental knowledge about what comprises all known life on Earth.”
NASA claims that they have discovered bacteria at Mono Lake in California that utilizes arsenic [...]
… doesn’t mean that you are inoculated from believing in nonsense.
Take Rob Gutro for example. He is a NASA meteorologist who works as deputy news chief at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Part of his NASA job responsibilities are to communicate to the public the scientific work that the GSFC does on a day [...]
This summer will be the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11 – the mission that brought Armstrong and Aldrin to the surface of the moon. Forty years! As a child watching the Apollo missions with rapt attention, I never would have guessed that it would be another half a century before we would return. I rather [...]