Saturday, May 28, 2022

How Elon Musk can use Twitter to raise awareness of Artemis

As it turns out, Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla and soon to be CEO of Twitter (provided that the deal goes through), is in a unique position to do something about Artemis not being on the radar of most Americans. When that first woman and next man land on the lunar surface, for the first time since Apollo 17 in 1972, they will have done so in a SpaceX Human Landing System. Therefore, Musk has an interest in publicizing Artemis in a positive way.

An asteroid mining startup will soon launch on a SpaceX rideshare mission
NASA shares plans for its most exciting and ambitious Mars mission
NASA ‘confirms’ it’s joining search for UFOs
Statins aren’t overprescribed. Maybe we should put them in our drinking water
A Brother on the Moon #CommissionEarned
Chinese Researchers Publish Strategy to Destroy Elon Musk's Starlink
How a space-age smoking scalpel could transform cancer treatment
Red Flag Laws Are As Good as the Data

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

'I want to regenerate an entire leg by 2030' | Doctor's synthetic artificial stem cells research could revolutionize healing
Experimental payload with robotic arm to attempt metal cutting on orbit
Guy Fieri, Elder Statesman of Flavortown
Startup Announces Plans to Bury Server Farm on the Moon
Launch of NASA’s Psyche asteroid mission delayed to late September
Why is America Going Back to the Moon #CommissionEarned
SpaceX’s Gwynne Shotwell defends Elon Musk to employees after allegations of sexual misconduct
Islet Cell Transplants Shown To Be Safe and Reliable for Diabetic Patients

Sunday, May 22, 2022

'Jurassic Park' Gets Canceled or more proof that people who are good at pretending to be other people should grace the world with their silence on things they don't understand.
House subcommittee asks: Is the truth out there about UAPs?

While UFOs and the possibility of them being alien spacecraft have been a thing for decades, renewed interest in the phenomenon arose with the recent revelation that military pilots have been spotting objects in the sky, now dubbed Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP). Last year, the Office of National Intelligence issued a report on UAPs that left more questions than answers. In a quest to find answers, the House Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation (C3) Subcommittee of the House Intelligence Committee held hearings on what may or may not be evidence of alien visitations.

Seattle activist creates anti-crime tool loved by both Left and Right
Lonestar plans to put datacenters in the Moon's lava tubes
Elon Musk's SpaceX Expects Space Aliens to Bring Welcome Benefit
NASA plans early June rollout of SLS for next countdown test
'Dog door' on Mars found by Curiosity rover is a rocky 'doorway into ancient past,' NASA says
Flight of the Grey Falcon #CommissionEarned
Elon Musk’s Growing Political Maturity
Hillary Clinton’s sordid legacy of lies
Right Now The Republican Party Is A Multi-Racial, Working-Class Party

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Newest research shows repurposable drugs and spinal fluid trials could potentially lead to Alzheimer’s cure
House GOP introduce legislation to protect biological sex as legal category

Blade Runner - Final scene, "Tears in Rain" Monologue (HD)

Vangelis, RIP

What You Need to Know about Monkeypox
Japan, U.S. to cooperate on Moon landing by Japanese astronaut
SpaceX says it will beat NASA to Mars this decade
SpaceX Urged by US to Ease Blow to Wildlife in Texas Launch Plan
Why NASA Scientists Want to Send Nudes to Space
The Last Moonwalker and Other Stories #CommissionEarned
First Patient Dosed With Experimental Cancer-Killing Virus in New Trial
Biden Can Boost Energy Production—and Protect National Parks
Research team develops wood-based foam to keep buildings cooler