Monthly Archives: June 2012

Project Icarus and The Tau Zero Foundation: To the Future!

It’s no secret that the greatest obstacle to colonizing the stars is distance. Living in a time when the Earth can be circled in 24 hours, the prospect of the “light year” is unthinkable to us; that unit means that … Continue reading

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To the Stars!

Whenever I come back to science, I find that all roads lead me to the stars. Why? Astronomy is but one area of science–and some would call it the least relevant of the sciences to our daily lives. For how … Continue reading

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A New and Uncertain Direction

Hello, all. You may have noticed I’ve been absent for quite some time. There’s a very exciting reason for this; that reason being that I’m now working full-time in clinical research. Now that I’m getting the hang of my new … Continue reading

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