Liquid fuel from CO2

Reactor that produces liquid fuel from CO2 in the air to be tested in portable pilot plant. This is cutting edge technology. Full Story

Human Cloning

I believe that Human Cloning is against the law, but there is speculation, and maybe even evidence that it has already taken place. Full Story

One-Way Trip to Mars

 

It seemed like a great adventure–stupid but great! Now the company that took money from all the hopeful space travelers, is bankrupt and the One-Way Trip to Mars has been cancelled!

 

Are we an Advanced Civilization?

The Kardashev planetary scale has a range of 1 to 3. It measures the technological advancement of the civilization on a planet.

A Type I civilization – also called planetary civilization – can use and store energy which reaches its planet from the neighboring star.

A Type II civilization can harness the total energy of its planet’s parent star (the most popular hypothetical concept being the Dyson sphere—a device which would encompass the entire star and transfer its energy to the planet(s).

A Type III civilization can control energy on the scale of its entire host galaxy.

It is unsettling to learn that, on that scale, our Earth is a Type zero civilization!

To learn why, click here.

Schiaparelli Mars Mission

On October 19, 2016, the European Space agency (ESA), attempted to land a craft on Mars.  It is called the Schiaparelli Mars Lander.  This type of landing on Mars had been done several times before by the USA, and at least once by the former USSR.  However, for some reason this landing seems special to me. Sadly, it is becoming more apparent that the landing did not go as planned, and the Lander might not have survived.

What happened to Schiaparelli Mars Lander?

As I write this, it is not certain that the soft landing was successful.  Updates are available on the ESA Website.  For up to date information directly from the source, click here

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