Science

Science, such a broad term. There’s a discipline that covers every area of human understanding. Typically the science we’re interested in relates to humans and space but might often involve other areas of human advancement.

Podcast: 1.6b – Supplemental – Ship Terms & Navigation In Space

We’ve been mentioning shippers since the beginning. But, with this supplemental, we’ll be explaining some of the terms they use. Also, we’ll explain how people navigate in deep space. These things will be important for future episodes when we get deep into how the former colonies and Earth wage war against one another.

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm October 12, 2014 Tags: , , , , ,
Podcast: 1.6a – Supplemental – Communications

How do the colonies communicate with one another? In this supplemental, we discuss not only how someone might contact their neighbor but someone in the next city. Or on another planet. And we discuss an emergency system that as developed to help shippers stranded in the depths of space.

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm October 12, 2014 Tags: , , , ,
Blog: World Science Festival: Alien Life: Will We Know It When We See It? Part I

Part the first: two minutes of hate directed at Public Radio host and panel moderator John Hockenberry.

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm June 5, 2014 Tags: , , , ,
Blog: Alien Communication & More On The Fermi Paradox

Urgh… the whole Fermi Paradox thing has been gnawing at my insides, especially after reading an article about how advanced civilizations might communicate.

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm May 28, 2014 Tags: , , , , ,
Blog: Are Habitable Exoplanets Bad News?

With the discovery of an Earth-sized habitable in its star’s “goldilocks” zone, the question some are asking is, “Why haven’t we discovered alien life yet?” Some speculate a planet like this might be proof that advanced civilizations just can’t survive The Great Filter.

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm May 1, 2014 Tags: , , , ,