I’ve been advertising the renewed Space Access Conference for a few weeks in the left sidebar. I’m heading off to it in the morning. Hope I’ll see some of my readers there.
A major blow for free speech in academia in Australia. And yes, there should be consequences for people who do this sort of thing.
It looks like these people are trying harder to match the nutritional value of meat. I don’t understand what she means about chicken tasting “gamey,” though. Game tastes gamey, but not chicken.
The new NPRM has been released. People have until mid-June to comment.
How much will it cost? A conversation with Jim Bridenstine.
Bob Zimmerman isn’t impressed.
I’d note that Jackie Wattles is one of CNN’s space reporters (the other is Rachel Crane, who I met at last year’s launch, and who just received a space journalism award in February from the Commercial Space Federation, a few weeks after giving birth).
Speaking of FH coverage, here’s Eric Berger’s take.
This was inevitable, given the little thought apparently given to security on the Internet of Things.
Yes, I’ve always thought this was stupid, since California implemented it. If you don’t wash the reusable bags regularly (and many probably don’t), they’re a public-health nightmare.
To cap off an exciting week in space, and particularly private space, the Roc flew for two hours in Mojave this morning.
I still don’t understand the business model for this airplane. I wonder if it will be another Spruce Goose (whose time in the air was vastly exceeded by this flight).
[Update a couple minutes later]
Doug Messier was there.
[Update early afternoon]
Here‘s Jeff Foust’s story.
Too low a level of LDL and triglycerides may increase it. But keep taking those statins.