Monthly Archives: January 2014

Faster Please

Scientists can reverse aging in mice with telermase. Unfortunately, in humans this leads to much higher cancer rates. That’s solvable too, I suspect. via Transterrestrial Musings.

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Why is the Solar System flat?

via Universe Today.

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Are You Limiting Your Hiring Choices?

Most businesses are unwilling to consider remote workers for any number of reasons, most of which are a failure of management, not a failure of remote work. 37 Signals has a good discussion over on it’s blog about the situation. … Continue reading

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Micro-particles may reduce damage from heart attacks

This sounds especially promising. Especially after having had a mild heart attack last summer, and my older brother having had a similar event last week.

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A Climate Scientist Talks to Congress

Judith Curry told Congress in testimony that we don’t know whether human-caused global warming is a problem or not, but nobody bothered to report it. It doesn’t fit the narrative, so the media ignores it. And gee, maybe trying to … Continue reading

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Commercial Lunar Landers

NASA is looking for one or more companies to partner with them on building commercial lunar landers. There’s no money for development, but they are offering the use of facilities, software and expertise, in return for the opportunity to sell … Continue reading

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Morpheus Flies again

The Morpheus lander continues with it’s third free flight.

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The Overcredentialled

The book is worth reading, too, I’m sure.

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Vision For Space Exploration

Rand Simberg looks at Bush’s vision for space exploration, 10 years later. It started on the right path, but got sidetracked into an expensive pork project. In the meantime, private space companies are moving into the realm of earth orbit … Continue reading

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Check out the distant future

See what’s going to happen to the earth 1,000 years from now out to 100 quintillion years from now (that’s 100,000,000,000,000,000,000).

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