Browsing All posts tagged under »space«

Can going to space really save us from destroying the planet?

November 27, 2017

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CO2 is the proverbial bad boy of Earth. We demonize or deify it. At this point, if you’re lucid, you have to concede to both. You demonize it for its role in heating the planet. You deify it because without it we’d still be in the dark ages. It’s like Taylor Swift- “Ugh, she’s so […]

My visit to the 20th annual Mars Society conference

October 25, 2017

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The Mars Society is an advocacy group for human settlement of Mars. In brief, going to Mars, or other celestial bodies, is important because we can’t stay on Earth forever. Whether it be finite resources, potential dinosaur like asteroid, or the ever expanding sun, we need to go other places. There are two impediments to […]

Exercise to improve g tolerance

July 5, 2017

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We’re thinking about the following populations: Race car drivers Fighter pilots Acrobatic pilots Space tourists Mars landers Impact sports, boxing, MMA, football, may find the neck training section helpful too. – Why can g forces be a problem? How much can we withstand before injury? How many gs for how long Body positioning Reclined seats […]

Looking at the association between Apollo astronauts and cardiovascular disease- is it a good thing?

February 1, 2017

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Space is awesome. Going to Mars is awesome. It’s important to do. I’m not going to make an argument why, but you can see one here. A problem for human spaceflight is countering the negative impacts of moving in an environment where gravity is less than Earth’s. This is the predominant impetus for some space posts I’ll have, […]