Monthly Archives: November 2006

False Analogies

As usually happens when I criticize the current NASA exploration approach, Mark Whittington decided to weigh in, accusing me of “half baked thinking”. Some of what he said seemed to stem from poor writing on my part, and other comments … Continue reading

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A Good Question

Keith Cowing of NASAWatch.com, commenting on an article about the 50th anniversary of the first flight to land at the South Pole, asks a good question: Half a century ago we did such things, and Antarctic exploration moved from visits … Continue reading

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