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To call back to the late Carl Sagan, the study of astronomy is a humbling experience. The vast scale of the Universe is beyond true understanding relative to the human experience. Yet it is through the study of this incomprehensible immensity that one develops a regard for the significance an ever growing cosmic perspective affords … Continue reading The Expanding Universality of the Cosmic Perspective is Fundamental to Human Prosperity → Continue reading → Continue reading
From the Space Bar to Space Exploration: Information, References, and Resources So That You Can Boldly Go
If you read the title, then you probably understand what is going to be included in this post. Just to clarify however, what you should expect is a bunch of interesting and hopefully useful resources in various formats (apps, software, sites, news outlets, etc) if you want to continue exploring the ‘verse outside of this… Continue reading From the Space Bar to Space Exploration: Information, References, and Resources So That You Can Boldly GoContinue reading → Continue reading
Here are the photos I took of the “enduring understandings” you came up with during our final class today. Sorry they’re a bit blurry–the camera on my Droid wasn’t quite up to the challenge of capturing your handwriting! Should have … Continue reading → Continue reading
Just a few links about Wikileaks relevant to our discussion today… “Columbia University Reverses Anti-Wikileaks Guidance” (Wired) – Last week, Columbia University advised its students not to say anything about Wikileaks online (like in Facebook status updates or blog posts) … Continue reading → Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, after returning your second essay to you, I asked you to reflect on ways you could improve as a writer based on the feedback you were given from me and from your peers on that … Continue reading → Continue reading
I made a copy of the Prezi that you constructed as a class today exploring the security / privacy debate. I’m the only one who can edit this copy of the Prezi, so it will serve as a “snapshot” of … Continue reading → Continue reading