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Fly Through the International Space Station

For me, living aboard a space station is about the most fantastical thing imaginable. I truly admire the brave people who risk their lives by exploring space.  I really and truly believe that humankind’s future is in space and off planet Earth.  It’s not that I’m a pessimist, because I’m not.  I just believe, as […]

Photography Cheat Sheets

One-page short-cuts to basic photographic knowledge. Well, after last week, I can tell you that I’m eager to get out and get shooting! But, I’m also really rusty.  I mean, it’s been so long since I was shooting photos regularly that I’m not sure I know an aperture from an f-stop!  It’s bad.  Really bad.  […]

Ferromagnetic Liquid and Bubbles

Science is cool. Okay, let’s be real here; some science is cooler than others. Seriously, all that stuff about finding faster-than-light particles is awesome, but, it’s mostly invisible to us.  As a kid, one of my favorite places in the entire world was the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.  I loved it because […]


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