Monthly Archives: March 2013

Profile on Dice

So, I’ve been profiled as “Featured Geek” on Dice.com. Here is the article. If you found your way here by way of Dice, here’s a teaser for something I’ve got coming up…

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Marswhelmed

So, the Mars Science Laboratory “Curiosity” has discovered evidence that, about three billion years ago, the environment on the planet Mars could have supported Earth-like microbial life. Some news outlets (including the MSL Twitter feed) are billing this discovery as … Continue reading

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Heritage

Today, I saw a piece in The Space Review about what makes spacecraft launches complex and difficult. It occurred to me that this was a rather odd essay, coming as it does on the heels of the successful, high-profile flight … Continue reading

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