If aliens have yet to contact us, the question as as plagued astronomers as to why. The three main approaches: that warp is impossible, that civilizations go extinct after a short duration, and that they deliberately do not interact with us pose numerous questions that can be answered through the economic and historical lenses of […]Read more "Game Theory and Alien Contact"
When humanity reaches out into the stars, the question is how will we get to them? According to the discussions on why alien life has yet to contact us, one theory is that Intersolar travel is so difficult and uneconomical that nobody has ever tried it. The most promising and immediately available approach to […]Read more "Economics of Space Mining"
Problems with habitability on Venus Scientists speculate that there may once have been life on Venus. Recent discoveries prove that there is deuterium in Venus’s atmosphere, residue from traces of water which for temperature reasons is no longer on the planet surface. However, there are a variety of other factors which are necessary to […]Read more
Neptune and Uranus have been notoriously scant in terms of exploration, with only distant probes sent to take pictures of objects in the areas.t despite having great technological capacity, the united states and foreign governments still haven adventured out to send more probes. This concerns the value of these pacts as well as […]Read more "Why no outer systems probes?"
Many of the moons of Saturn and Jupiter possess subterranean oceans, which are huge bodies of water located under the surface or in the case of Europa, the ice sheet, of the planet. Subterranean oceans cannot receive sunlight, but could still be bastions of life, per some scientists. Microorganisms discovered on earth feed […]Read more "Volcanic microorganisms and other life forms in subterranean oceans"
The theory of the four dimensional universe claim that the inverse is curved ever so slightly but it is invisible to the human eye, and comes back to an initial spot once one has travelled a significant enough distance. It represents the universe as a balloon – constantly expanding. The theory also claims […]Read more "Seeing the fourth dimension?"
The nature of science has changed over time, even during the foundations of the practice. One of the most iconic advocates for science him in history has entered the mythos of scientific activism in a world surrounded by Church-patronized theorists following thousand-year-old models is Galileo Galilei Lynceo. A closer analysis of the myth however proves […]Read more "The Changing Nature of Science"