Yes, all of these are a sign that the belief is religious, not scientific or rational.
A White House press release.
The Space Studies Institute has resurrected a old television discussion of the prospects for space colonies.
It’s interesting to note that when this occurred, we didn’t know how much hydrogen was available on the moon and in the rest of the solar system.
It didn’t originate with Page or Papadopoulos; it originated with the Obama administration.
Civil war within the FBI? Some agents want Congress to subpoena them to get their stories out. I hope they oblige them.
[Update a few minutes later]
James Clapper: Leaker, liar, sleazeball.
[Update a couple minutes later]
The latest, and it looks promising. Humans aren’t rodents, but no reason in principle we shouldn’t be able to do similar things.
Intermittent fasting seems to help. I’ve been doing this as part of my weekday routine for a while. I go all day without eating until dinner time, other than coffee in the morning, but it’s mostly out of convenience rather than for health reasons. I’m glad to hear it might be good for me.
Did Congress render the entire statute unconstitutional in December?
Sure looks like it to me. If Roberts is consistent, he’ll have to strike it down now.
They’re frustrated that they have to actually be competitive in the launch market. And they keep using this word “subsidy.” I don’t think it means what they think it means. If anyone gets a subsidy, it’s ULA, not SpaceX, and sure as hell not Blue Origin. Plus, an open admission that their rocket is a jobs program.
Thoughts from Tim Fernholz on his space legacy.