Eric Berger got an all-expenses-paid trip there, courtesy of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, to see what’s going on there.
They screwed the pooch. And we’re not all gonna die from overheated oceans. Good for Nic Lewis. And this demonstrates once again of the lack of value of peer review.
Funny how, like “mistakes” in reporting on politics, these errors always seem to go in one direction.
…is under construction at the Port of LA.
An interesting story on a provocative, but necessary web site.
A long but interesting dive into why young people aren’t getting it on. Among other things, it confirms my long-standing suspicion that ubiquitous porn is making for a lot of terrible and painful sex for women, because too many men think that what is depicted is normal, or expected. And the sad thing is that many women apparently just accept that as the way it is. Anyway, modern dating sounds awful, in part thanks to #MeToo, particularly on campus.
Bob Zimmerman examines the planned landing site.
Breakthrough and NASA have signed a Space Act Agreement for support of a private mission. This is the most likely way for it to happen, and it will probably happen before a Europa mission (it probably would have even with Culberson, given the requirement to use SLS).
Six horrible things it’s doing that you may not grasp.
Not counting web pages on browsers, the only social media app I have installed on my phone is Twitter.
I’ve been busy for the past couple days, and will continue to be, with first the Space Settlement Summit, and starting today (and concluding tomorrow) a meeting of the Moon Village Association. For those who want to participate, the latter will supposedly start to be live streamed at 8 AM PDT, but I don’t know the URL. I’ll update when I get there and find out what it is.
[Update after conference start]
Here is the livestream. Scott Pace is speaking.