Space Flight

Human space flight has taken us from circling the Earth all the way to the moon. One day, hopefully we’ll reach Mars and beyond, taking human beings further than any species we know of has ever gone before.

Blog: Developments for Property Rights in Space

Congress may have found a way to allow for property rights in space? Will it work? Or will the Outer Space Act hold back what it’ll take to hold property in space?

By Colin Andrew Ferm October 9, 2015 Tags: , , , ,
2.7 – Economics & Transportation

How would you get around the Colonial Star Cluster? Not just from world to world but from city to city? Or from building to building? That’s what we discuss this week.

By Colin Andrew Ferm June 4, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , ,
Blog: My New Obsession: Kerbal Space Program

Don’t download this game unless you have some serious amount of time to dedicate to it. Because once you start… you may not be able to stop.

By Colin Andrew Ferm January 9, 2015 Tags: , , , ,
Blog: The Martian

An astronaut finds himself stuck on Mars, alone. Best case, a rescue mission is a year away. How will he ever survive? Colin reviews The Martian, a fascinating novel that’s equal parts science and survival.

By Colin Andrew Ferm January 6, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , ,
1.11 – A Short History – The Battle For the Republic

This week, Earth invades, yet again. But Dutch Warner, at a great cost to the Republic stops the invasion in its tracks before a single boot hits the ground.

By Colin Andrew Ferm November 16, 2014 Tags: , , , , , ,