Spotlight; Astronomer Frank Drake and The Drake Equation

  Astronomer Frank Drake, born in 1930, the same year Neil Armstrong was born, is one of the most famous and admired Astronomers of the late 20th century. He is best known for the ground breaking Drake equation but has also been involved in a number of other successful projects. Career At a young age, … Continue reading Spotlight; Astronomer Frank Drake and The Drake Equation

Titan; A Sci Fi-Esque Moon Beckons Explorers

  Titan, the largest moon of Saturn and the second largest moon in the solar system, just might be the most 'alien' yet, 'earth-like' world that science currently knows. There are so many elements of this world that make it a priority destination in space exploration but it's competition for projects and funding, grows every … Continue reading Titan; A Sci Fi-Esque Moon Beckons Explorers

Europa, An Alluring Destination

The ice covered Europa, one of the 79 known moons of Jupiter and the sixth largest moon in the Solar System, has captured the attention of scientists for decades. It is currently thought, that this unsuspecting world, may play host to some form of extraterrestrial life. Expedition Overview As our present knowledge suggests, imagining traveling … Continue reading Europa, An Alluring Destination

“Mars Aint Easy.” The Challenge of Sending Humans to The Red Planet

    On November 26, 2018, NASA achieved another millstone with successfully completing the landing of the InSight Rover. To date, NASA and the United States are the only agency and country, to land on the fourth planet from the sun. This latest accomplishment is no doubt exciting and a prime example of what could … Continue reading “Mars Aint Easy.” The Challenge of Sending Humans to The Red Planet

The Priorities in Solar System Exploration

It has long been held that a manned mission to Mars is and should be Humanity's next big step in space exploration. The red planet has captivated our imagination for a long time, especially since Italian astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli mistakenly called a network of dark areas he observed on Mars, 'canals.' The intrigue and beckoning … Continue reading The Priorities in Solar System Exploration

Michio Kaku’s “The Future of Humanity”

The renowned and brilliant Physicist, Michio Kaku lays out an astonishing and mind blowing future for Humanity in his book "The Future of Humanity." This book makes bold predictions on how the continuing advancement of science will not only take Humanity to the stars but could also change who we are as a species. For … Continue reading Michio Kaku’s “The Future of Humanity”

The 2006 O’Hare UFO Incident Remains Obscure

"Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man's desire to understand." - Neil Armstrong In November 2006, something very peculiar occurred at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Amidst the bustling, coming and going of people and airplanes, an unknown object appeared seemingly out of no where, hovering above one of the most busy airports … Continue reading The 2006 O’Hare UFO Incident Remains Obscure

Interview with Alex Tsakiris of Skeptiko

Recently I had the chance to do an interview with Alex Tsakiris, host of Skeptiko. For those who are not familiar with 'Skeptiko,' http://skeptiko.com is a leading podcast and platform that discusses the science behind consciousness, paranormal and other metaphysical phenomena. Mr. Tsakiris has interviewed a wide variety of prestigious scientists, scholars, experiencers and thinkers. He … Continue reading Interview with Alex Tsakiris of Skeptiko

The Problem With Modern Science

Many of us like to think, or at least an increasing number of people among the Millennial generation, that the world's most prominent and mainstream scientists have the best knowledge and perspective on the reality of life, why we are here, whats our purpose and even, the origin of consciousness. Increasing numbers of individuals in … Continue reading The Problem With Modern Science