Washington, D.C., without question, next to NYC, of course.
The issue? The unexpected way it accelerated near the Sun. Is this our first sign of extraterrestrials?
By Earl Wajenberg, worker at SiemensExtrapolation and the stew-pot. Use extrapolation to take some real fact or situation, or someone else’s fiction, and extend it in some direction until it looks interestingly different. This is how a lot of science fiction works. Even more important is the stew-pot. The stew-pot is the vast and randomized... Continue Reading →
The development of life isn’t as dependent on the length of a day as you might think. In fact, we have life on Earth where there is no light at all, such as at the bottom of the ocean and inside lakes in caves and so on. More important is the presence of liquid water,... Continue Reading →
No. I don’t believe it is possible to travel from star to star without spending thousands and thousands of years to do so. Space is pretty vast, and that speed of light speed limit applies everywhere. Maker:0x4c,Date:2017-12-9,Ver:4,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar01,E-YPhoto by Pixabay on Pexels.comFirst officer Spock (left) and Captain Kirk on the Starship Enterprise don't float inside because... Continue Reading →
It is very unlikely that it will ever happen at all, unfortunately. For example, a half a percent of the speed of light is thousands of times faster than anything we have been able to do ourselves. It would be really fast. Put your science fiction behind you. If we could use nuclear power to... Continue Reading →
We need to explore some moons which might harbor liquid water underneath ice. Interesting moons to explore include Saturn’s Moon Enceladus, pictured below. It is believed Enceladus has a global ocean of water underneath a crust of ice. Here are some of the other moons in our solar system that need to be explored one... Continue Reading →
A UFO is an unidentified flying object. Interstellar travel is unlikely if not impossible for any being, alien or human, simply because it would take thousands of years to reach nearby stars, what to speak of stars across the galaxy. That being said, some unidentified objects (not necessarily from outer space) have been photographed. A... Continue Reading →
We actually can’t see planets around stars because the stars are too far away for visual sight. However, when a planet orbiting a star passes in front of that star it blocks a small amount of light reaching us on Earth. We can detect this and deduce a planet orbiting that star is the probable... Continue Reading →