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Challenges of Space Exploration: Have we Learned from Past Tragedies?

It was Saturday and I was home in the midst of a cleaning frenzy.  Since it was my grandson’s tenth birthday, my plans for the day included joining family members to celebrate that occasion. 1,745 more words

Night markets: the case of Baguio City

Much of what happens in cities takes place in great streets.

Tim Stonor

This is Harrison Road nights.  The night market, already featured on Trip Advisor…

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Urban Management

Publicness-less of Public Spaces: A Typical Syndrome of Megacities

A seminar presented in the Mongolbarer Shabha^ in Dhaka on August 18, 2015. The presentation slideshow is shared below. At this moment working data collection for the study, will be back with an elaborated write-up. 40 more words


Rip It Up and Start Again: Parliamentary Politics, Destruction and Renewal

This blog was originally posted on the Oxford University Press website.

By Matthew Flinders

‘London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down; London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady’. 998 more words


The Navy’s Rail Gun Hides a Secret

The Navy’s Rail Gun technology hides a secret, that the Navy’s projectile accuracy has been substantially increased by about 45x.

But first some history. The US government brought Prof Eric Laithwaite to help them build a rocket launcher based on linear motor principles. 188 more words

Space Business

The Realistic Cost Of The Next Space Race

Based on the Bloomberg TV program The Next Space Race and other reliable sources, I determine the realistic payload costs goals for the next generation of private space companies. 49 more words

Space Business