I did a Twitter thread.
Marina Koren watched the movie (she was probably a little kid in Russia when it first came out) for the first time.
I keep hearing the phrase “the new normal.” I think I’ll write about why we haven’t had a normal for a couple centuries. With technological change, we’ve always had societal change.
Hard to believe it’s the half-century anniversary.
Bob Zubrin’s take on the stagnation in NASA human spaceflight.
As I’ve often said, if we don’t know why we’re doing something, it’s not possible to come up with a sensible way to do it.
So, I just found out that I have until January 31st to submit it for the IISL (International Institute of Space Law) Proceedings. There is apparently a word limit of 5000 words. I just checked, and it’s exactly 4997…
Must be living right.
Wayne Hale remembers a flawed safety design from the early Shuttle days.