Home » News & Blogs » News from Other Fronts
Bookmark and Share
"Dealing with Creationism in Astronomy

News from Other Fronts

18 Aug 2014, 00:25 UTC
News from Other Fronts
(200 words excerpt, click title or image to see full post)

A little occupied with home projects and responsibilities the past month, so posting has fallen off. I just realized it's been about three weeks since my last post. I've been responding to a fair amount of traffic from my interviews at Exposing PseudoAstronomy.Podcast Episode 115: The Electric Universe, Part 1, with Dr. Tom Bridgman Podcast Episode 116: The Electric Universe, Part 2, with Dr. Tom BridgmanFor the active comment stream, see Electric Universe Interview @ Exposing Pseudo-Astronomy, Part 2In the meantime, I have collected a few good links to share.TED: Why we should trust scientists A good presentation on what makes scientific opinions of better quality on some issues than the opinion of 'just anyone'.ArduSatsOn several occasions, I have brought attention to how the increased private enterprise presence in space opens opportunities for flying small experiments suitable for college and even high-school science classes. ArduSats (Wikipedia) are one such opportunity.In a recent CosmoQuest podcast (July 26: ArduSat), Pamela Gay discusses the implications of this capability with one of the developers. About 37-40 minutes into the program, Dr. Gay suggests these satellites would provide an easy method for high school students to do their own test of relativity by flying an ...

Latest Vodcast

Latest Podcast

Advertise PTTU

NASA Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

astronomy_pod