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A Christmas present from The Science Geek

Now that we are into December, Christmas is almost upon us. So, as I did last year, I’d like to give my readers an early Christmas present, by letting you download my short e-books for free during the first five days of December! 467 more words

Astronomy

How do lawyers search for life in outer space, by Mihai-Claudiu Dragomirescu

Are we alone in the Universe ? This question has been obsessively asked since the dawn of modern astronomy. One might venture to say that the issue transcends science, and has in fact preoccupied the minds of philosophers and religious thinkers of ancient and medieval times [1]. 2,009 more words

Space Law

The Drake Equation

Two days ago I blogged about the exciting discovery of a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri. One point that I had intended to make but forgot to mention was what impact it may have on the Drake equation. 963 more words

Science

How Drake can help you understand your business, Amazing !!

The startup world is full of crazy metrics, monolithic frameworks and over-engineered tools — all claiming to measure the impact of everything. It’s getting tiring; and frankly, a lot of these theories are too far from reality to be useful. 825 more words

Creativity

Must Listen: "Already" by Kemba (Prod. by Frank Drake)

Kemba, a rapper hailing from the Bronx, has been a breath of fresh air for my ears. Music has been so bogged down with Travis Scott, Future and Young Thug rip offs lately. 56 more words

Music

From Science Alert: "Physicists have calculated that we're *probably* not the only advanced civilisation ever in the Universe"

Science Alert

29 APR 2016
PETER DOCKRILL

Trying to find an answer to the question of whether humanity is all alone in the cosmos is what the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) is all about, and a new equation ought to give hope to the sky-watching optimists among us. 642 more words

Basic Research

Breaking news!

News is just reaching us of the most amazing astronomical discovery which I am ever likely to experience in my lifetime, one which I never thought I would see.  222 more words

Astronomy