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by John Leach
January 19, 2015 | 0 comments
For me, space is just one sliver of the iceberg. I feel the need to look further. Take each piece and put them together. To see the whole picture.
That's how I see it. My name is John Leach and I am just starting to grasp my inner knowledge seeker. As I say it: "It's just human." As I see the world today, some may see as profit. Some might see it as the whole. This is it. This is all there is and they are fine with that. I myself see much more, as does everyone else reading this. I ... more »
by William Moore
December 29, 2014 | 0 comments
Are there other intelligent beings in our universe? It is my contention that, yes, there are, there were and there will be more in the future. We earthlings appeared on the galactic scene 5 billion years after the birth of our sun on a planet with liquid water and the right elements in place to allow life to begin. It is my contention that the first intelligent life appeared in the universe 5 billion years after the Big Bang, 9 billion years ago. That life may long be extinct by now due to their sun dying, catastrophic self-extermination during their ... more »
by Olivier de Goursac
December 19, 2014 | 0 comments
Just before the ESA-CNES landing session for the Philae spacecraft on comet 67-P started in Paris, Tuesday afternoon November 12, four members of The Planetary Society and its "UMSF forum" were there at our National Science Museum ("Cite des Sciences") gathering as "Ambassadors" for the Planetary Society. From left to right: "Polaris", me, Jacques Blamont (Advisory Council of The Planetary Society) and "Climber".
We were all proud being there, because we had 2 presentations ("The nucleus in 3D" and "the CIVA-P cameras landing site simulations") that were labeled as Planetary Society and were given in front of the President of the ... more »
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