…created and destroyed from afar.
There is very little actual science behind any of the draconian measures that have been taken.
This is interesting. Probably only useful for small devices, but still useful.
This may be a sign of life in the Venerian clouds, but not necessarily.
I do think that Venus gets far too little attention. Maybe this will spur more action in that regard.
This is a six-year-old article, but it’s relevant. Seeing what it looks like at the one-bar level of the atmosphere should be a high priority.
Bob Zubrin: Let’s explore the Venerian atmosphere with solar balloons.
This looks very interesting, and promising.
More confirmation that they’re overstating atmospheric heating.
…that may block the virus. I think it’s incorrect to call hydroxychloriquine “failed,” though. A lot of doctors continue to swear by it. The opposition to its use was almost totally political, not medical.
It may not be as junky as was previously thought.
We’ve know this for a while, but this is clearly a vascular, not a respiratory disease.