Science & Technology

NASA’s Sample-Return Asteroid Mission Finds Water On Bennu

By | 2018-12-11T08:29:36+00:00 December 11th, 2018|Articles, Science & Technology|

As seen in Forbes Science | December 11, 2018 Data from the asteroid ‘101955 Bennu’ --- the prime science target for NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission --- reveal ubiquitous amounts of water locked inside clays, the mission’s science team reported.  The team has been very pleasantly surprised by new analysis of high-resolution data from the spacecraft’s imaging [...]

After InSight, What’s Next On NASA’s Mars Geophysics Radar?

By | 2018-11-30T07:30:51+00:00 November 30th, 2018|Articles, Education, Environment, Science & Technology|

As seen in Forbes Science | November 30, 2018 But more importantly, what can Mars’ inner workings tell us about the formation of planets like our own? In December, the InSight (Interior exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) spacecraft will position its French-built surface seismometer only a few feet from where it landed. [...]

New climate report’s alarmism undercut by wildfire facts

By | 2018-11-27T08:31:53+00:00 November 27th, 2018|Articles, Authors, Books, Environment, Science & Technology|

GLOBAL WARMING, I LOVE CO2, CO2 BENEFITS, CLIMATE CHANGE, FOREST FIRES, NATIONAL CLIMATE ASSESSMENT, CO2 FERTILIZATION The 4th National Climate Assessment (NCA) was released Friday, November 23rd and was promptly greeted by wide media coverage and wringing of hands over its dire predictions for the planet’s future. Like the previous three assessments, it was mandated by the [...]

Tech-Savvy South Korea Is Also Home To Asia’s Oldest Astronomical Observatory

By | 2018-11-28T07:41:44+00:00 November 23rd, 2018|Articles, Science & Technology|

As seen in Forbes Science | November 22, 2018 South Korea is the last place to cross most people’s minds when it comes to the esoteric history of astronomy. But this politically-troubled peninsula is home to both Asia’s oldest surviving astronomical observatory as well as a vibrant contemporary center for astronomy and space just an [...]

Mars May Be Loaded With Dissolved Subsurface Oxygen

By | 2018-10-24T15:37:23+00:00 October 24th, 2018|Articles, Education, Science & Technology|

As seen in Forbes Science By Bruce Dorminey October 24, 2018 Mars may be rife with dissolved oxygen in a liquid water subsurface, a team of geochemists at Caltech and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory now say. Mars captured by the Viking orbiter.  CREDIT: NASA/JPL/USGS Their findings, just published in the journal Nature Geoscience, appear to upend [...]

French Astronomer Aims For Space-Based Hypertelescope

By | 2018-10-24T13:58:23+00:00 October 24th, 2018|Articles, Education, Science & Technology|

As seen in Forbes Science By Bruce Dorminey October 23, 2018   French astronomer Antoine Labeyrie likes walking fences. He's now advocating a space-based hypertelescope.  CREDIT: BRUCE DORMINEY A French astronomer with a long history of innovation is planning a low-cost hypertelescope that would revolutionize optical astronomy from space. Composed of a million [...]

Bruce Dorminey: 5 Mercury Puzzles That ESA’s Bepi-Colombo May Solve

By | 2018-10-17T12:14:07+00:00 October 16th, 2018|Articles, Science & Technology|

As seen in Forbes Science Written by Bruce Dorminey To Schedule, contact Jackie Jones: Jackie@TruthPR.com or 662-259-0988 Mercury, the blazingly hot little world at the inner edge of our solar system, largely remains the enigma it has always been. That’s mostly because it’s 88-day solar orbit makes it so tough to reach. Only two spacecraft [...]

Silencing Science the Facebook Way

By | 2018-10-16T10:08:12+00:00 October 15th, 2018|Authors, Culture, Guest Statements, Science & Technology|

[Note: Reading this report from courageous scientist and public educator Gregory Wrightstone will show you two examples of the opposition we at the Cornwall Alliance face, pretty much every day, often from powerful foes. Please pray for us and consider an extra gift right now to help us overcome these hurdles. Below you’ll see how [...]

Gregory Wrightstone Author Of “Inconvenient Facts” Explains Why Hurricanes And Other Natural Disasters Are The Result Of Natural Forces, Not Man-Made Forces

By | 2018-10-11T21:04:32+00:00 October 11th, 2018|Audio Interviews for Download, Science & Technology|

Gregory Wrightstone, geologist and author of "Inconvenient Facts: The science that Al Gore doesn't want you to know", explains why the hysteria over the recent increase in hurricanes are not indicative of global warming. Wrightstone points out how, in the long term, hurricanes and other natural disasters attributed to global warming are actually in decline [...]

Astronomers Mount Massive Optical Search For Aliens In Andromeda

By | 2018-10-02T12:04:08+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|Articles, Education, Environment, Science & Technology|

Bruce Dorminey | Contributor | Forbes Science I cover over-the-horizon technology, aerospace and astronomy. Using one-meter class telescopes at Las Cumbres Observatory in Chile, astronomers are targeting the whole disk of the nearby Andromeda Galaxy in what is arguably the most ambitious optical SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) campaign ever undertaken. It’s part of a trillion-planet survey led [...]