…when they brook no dissent. Thoughts on the climate echo chamber in the Academy.
Repairing all of the structurally deficient bridges in the country would take eighty years. And many of the worst are in California. This is a sign of a major societal dysfunction.
Well, this is refreshing. Maybe she should think about switching parties, though; she seems out of touch with the base.
Thoughts from Newt. I would note that Boeing would never do SLS on a fixed-price basis.
Bob Zubrin’s thoughts (tl;dr: Can SLS and the Gateway). (And yes, the URL is misleading.)
The NASA administrator is openly considering going to the moon with a Falcon Heavy and ICPS.
Dick Shelby was unavailable for comment, though I’m sure he will. I’m also sure he’s regretting confirming Bridenstine.
What is the plausible worst case?
I’m glad to see the rocket starting to take shape, despite penny pinching from the parents, but that sure looks labor intensive.
A long article on the reasons we’re not burning it in reactors, including a lot of comments from Kirk Sorensen.