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Book Review: ‘The Martian’ by Andy Weir


A runaway bestseller, the book boasts a simple but intriguing premise: with a mission gone wrong, NASA astronaut Mark Watney is accidentally stranded on Mars and needs to find a way to survive and get back to Earth. Read More »

5 Facts About Managing Knowledge

5 Facts About Managing Knowledge

Knowledge is an essential asset, but only when we know how to harness it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Silent Creed,’ A Ryder Creed Novel by Alex Kava


With 'Silent Creed' Alex Kava takes us into hidden agendas and possible terror circles as she moves the pawns in the game of life as she sees it. Read More »

Movie Review: Luc Besson’s ‘Lucy’


As Einstein so poignantly said, “Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity – and I’m not sure about the former.” And that just about sums up this movie. Read More »

North American Science Fiction Convention: Day 2

Jeff Sturgeon's "Ruins on Talos 3," a version of which I obtained.

3D printing, starship management, and the magic of science in Detroit. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons’ by Sam Kean


Even if you really find the brain to be the most boring subject you could read about, this book should still appeal to you. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Story of Medicine – Pain Pus and Poison’


Anyone with curiosity about history or medicine will find this DVD an excellent choice. It is fascinating, accurate and never dry or boring. Read More »

Pro-Life Atheist Urges “Leave the Realm of Science”

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Hiding behind the humanist shield to deflect scientific discourse isn't a pass for legislating guesses. Read More »

Take a Peek at FOX’s New ‘Cosmos’


Fox re-invents Carl Sagan's landmark series Cosmos. Read More »

The Science of a Girl’s Dream


Told that girls weren't scientists, I abandoned the idea of ever being able to access that tiny world under the microscope. Read More »