Space X’s Falcon Heavy Mega Rocket Gets High Marks In Successful Cape Kennedy Launch

by Richard Cameron   SpaceX, the largest private rocket business in the world, today successfully launched it’s revolutionary Falcon Heavy rocket into space this afternoon from pad 39A at NASA’s Cape Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Rocket launches always have a substantial following of enthusiasts, but the Falcon Heavy launch was exceptional as these events go, because Space X’s Falcon Heavy rocket is an historic advance in technology – and anything Space Exploration Technologies founder Elon Musk is involved in, captures the attention of a much wider audience than just…

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Climate Change Hype – A Failure of Perspective

by Oletta Branstiter Conversations about the theory of Climate Change often become contentious. Emotional responses are fueled by a cult-like adherence to worst-case scenarios and the political power they provide, or a sad lack of imagination and adaptation.   While the data used for speculation relies on an extremely limited timeline, many scientists claim that the Earth has risen in temperature 1.3 degrees Fahrenheit since 1880. NASA’s Global Climate Change website features a meme that discourages argument. For the purposes of activism, wealth redistribution and general panic that facilitates government…

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