Nine Women Nobel Peace Prize Winners Who Stand for Nonviolence Have Changed the World

Blog 42: Nine Women Nobel Peace Prize Winners Who Stand for Nonviolence Have Changed the World, by Mark Kingston Levin PhD Can women who stand for peace solve the Israeli-Palestinian issues? We need a peaceful solution with both sides giving and gaining. Baroness Bertha von Suttner of Austria was a friend of Alfred Nobel and [...]

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 November 7th, 2018|Blog, Nonviolence|

Exomoon: is the Smaller Object Orbiting that Larger Planet?

David Kipping and Alex Teachey of Columbia University trained Hubble to find Exomoons. Credit A. Teachey and D.M. Kipping. Evidence for a large exomoon orbiting Kepler 1625b. Science Advances. Published online October 3, 2018.

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 October 31st, 2018|Blog, Space|

30th Century trilogy is my contribution to change our culture

I have completed the trilogy accept for the cover and 2 illustration.  The theme of my writing is non-violence. We do have the foundation and Surak of Star Trek but he is far from the lead. Very few science fiction protagonists that are nonviolent.

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 October 30th, 2018|Blog, Newsletters, Nonviolence|

Methods That Help Mice Live Longer Now Being Attempted with Humans

Methods That Help Mice Live Longer Now Being Attempted with Humans 30th Century Series Newsletter 1 by Mark Kingston Levin PhD Figure 1 Living better, healthier and longer by genetic engineering vs. the ancient art of natural aging. In the year 1900, life expectancy was 47, and now we expect an 80-year average [...]

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 October 3rd, 2018|Blog, Human physiology, Newsletters|

Blog 39 The Massive Parker Solar Probe Starts on its Mission to Kiss the Sun

The mission details include a first week deployment of the high-gain antenna and magnetometer boom. The Parker Probe should also perform the first of a two-part deployment of its electric field antennas. This will be followed by instrument testing in early September. About a month later, data collection will start operations.

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 September 4th, 2018|Blog|

Blog 35 What comes after the Higgs Boson discovery? By award-winning author scientist and Mark Kingston Levin PhD

The Higgs boson appears at the world’s largest atom smasher, alongside a top quark and an antitop quark, which are the heaviest known fundamental particles. New discoveries could help researchers and engineers understand why fundamental particles have mass.

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 July 26th, 2018|Blog|

Blog 34 Dark Matter – Is it real? By Mark Kingston Levin PhD an award-winning author, adventurer and scientist

The universe is comprised of five times more dark matter than ordinary matter, according to most astronomers (matter 5%, dark matter 25% and dark energy 70%). Many astronomers think dark matter is spread out across the cosmos in a network. Galaxy clusters are held together by the mass in the dark matter, according to scientists in the field.

2018-12-10T22:05:58+00:00 July 26th, 2018|Blog|

Avatar is a way to immortality or extended lifespan by Mark Kingston Levin PhD award-winning author, adventurer and scientist

Japanese airlines ANA is sponsoring the $10 million XPRIZE aiming for Robot Avatars. Will such a robot really be able to let a human see, hear, and feel by 2021? The goals are limited because they use human intelligence and not really machine intelligence.

2018-12-10T22:05:58+00:00 July 26th, 2018|Blog, Human physiology|

How can we see the stars and planets clearly from Earth?

Some adaptive optics use lasers to correct for atmospheric distortion. Thanks to a new adaptive-optics module, the Vary Large Telescope in Chile has a much sharper view of Neptune. Which is clearer to you: the view from the Hubble Space Telescope or the view using VLT Adaptive Optics?

2018-12-10T22:05:58+00:00 July 26th, 2018|Blog, Space|