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A Word, A Place, And Something Else–Finding Luke Skywalker’s Home

I have been sucked into Star Wars this week. It started with May 4th, when I started writing a post on the saga. And of course, the way it goes with something as awesome as Star Wars, is I get

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Posted in Fun with words, on my books, on writing

Revenge Of The 5th

The 4th was clearly not with me. Our internet backhaul went kaput and I was off everything. I did get some writing done, which is always great. My plan of sharing some Star Wars fun facts had to be shelved

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Posted in industry news, interesting stuffs

Has NASA Invented The Warp Drive By Accident?

Space geeks and Trekkies like myself have been jumping up and down with excitement because NASA may have accidentally discovered a warp field. That’s the path leading up to spaceships that can travel faster than the speed of light without

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A Massive Star Is Born

Astronomers used the National Science Foundation’s Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) to study a massive young star called W75N(B)-VLA 2, and learned how massive stars (the subject is eight times more massive than the Sun) develop in the

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Goodbye, Mr. Spock.

Leonard Nimoy, in his role of the pointy-eared, smart and cool Vulcan, Mr. Spock, was one of the reasons I fell in love with science fiction. He may be gone, but the memories of Mr. Spock’s irrefutable logic will remain

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