I’m going to die anyway. What’s a few years? I’d want to see what the aliens looked like and I’d like to ask how they managed to go faster than the speed of light to get here just to conquer this miserable, little planet.
Here's how to fix your Arch Linux system if it breaks after you do a system upgrade. I suggest you bookmark this page on your smartphone so you can access this page easily even if you can't access your computer (because it won't boot anymore). Sometimes, after doing a routine system update/upgrade of Archlinux it breaks.... Continue Reading →
Oh I don’t know. It’s a lot further than I usually go to visit exotic places. There’s no breathable air. There’s no suitable soil to grow anything. I’m an outdoor kind of person, but you just can’t go out on Mars without a spacesuit. There’s dangerous solar radiation bombarding the place. NASA has established that... Continue Reading →
Well, there’s no air, and therefore no wind on the moon. There’s really not a lot that could wipe out the footprints. They’ll be there a long time. What will happen, eventually, however, is meteorites striking the moon. Really big ones might make the ground shake where the footprints are and cause the fine dust... Continue Reading →
Write me if you want to install Arch Linux or not. Arch Linux is running on my computer. To install it was a mystery-problem. I solved it in an unusual way. I used my smart-phone. On my phone I watched a YouTube video howto. Meanwhile on my computer I wiped my hard disk and installed... Continue Reading →
This article was originally posted on Business Insider. A NASA-sponsored study found there's not enough carbon dioxide on Mars to deliberately modify the planet's atmosphere (known as terraforming). This means terraforming isn't a viable option to make the planet habitable for humans. Terraforming the planet was the entire basis for Elon Musk's plans to colonize... Continue Reading →
This image of asteroid Ryugu was taken June 26, 2018, by the Hayabusa2 probe's optical navigation camera, just a day before the probe's rendezvous with the space rock. The image was taken at about 14 miles (22 km) away from the asteroid. Credit: JAXA, University of Tokyo, Kochi University, Rikkyo University, Nagoya University, Chiba Institute... Continue Reading →
Every 5 seconds someone is born. Every 8 seconds someone dies. We're in trouble. Eventually we'll be overrun, all the animals will die, and then we'll die.
I have a new problem in my front yard. My front yard is divided into two parts by a small cement sidewalk that goes from the front door to the main sidewalk at the street side. Looking out the window on the left side there were a lot of weeds. So I went out there... Continue Reading →