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Mystery S.A.G.A.N. Theater 5000!

Did you know that conditions that would kill a human only tickle the blood of Turkish Mr. Spock? Neither did I! Join us every third Wednesday of the month (with re-runs scattered in between) to explore unique worldwide sci-fi adventures!This will be a participatory viewing party modeled on Mystery Science Theater 3000- enter your pithy/ironic/hilarious running commentary in the main chat room as we watch! Keep an eye out for upcoming videos, or suggest your own in the group chat space. See you…See More
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ATLAS - let's document and protect astrobiology localities around the world!

We will use this group to document and conserve areas of the Earth that are critical for astrobiology research. Most of us know that there are field sites of significance for astrobiology research all around us, but there is no repository listing these locations or documenting their significance. We will use this group to coordinate our efforts as we describe where these sites can be found, what kind of research can be conducted at these sites, and why they must be protected for future…See More
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ATLAS - let's document and protect astrobiology localities around the world!

We will use this group to document and conserve areas of the Earth that are critical for astrobiology research. Most of us know that there are field sites of significance for astrobiology research all around us, but there is no repository listing these locations or documenting their significance. We will use this group to coordinate our efforts as we describe where these sites can be found, what kind of research can be conducted at these sites, and why they must be protected for future…See More
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ATLAS - let's document and protect astrobiology localities around the world!

We will use this group to document and conserve areas of the Earth that are critical for astrobiology research. Most of us know that there are field sites of significance for astrobiology research all around us, but there is no repository listing these locations or documenting their significance. We will use this group to coordinate our efforts as we describe where these sites can be found, what kind of research can be conducted at these sites, and why they must be protected for future…See More
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ATLAS - let's document and protect astrobiology localities around the world!

We will use this group to document and conserve areas of the Earth that are critical for astrobiology research. Most of us know that there are field sites of significance for astrobiology research all around us, but there is no repository listing these locations or documenting their significance. We will use this group to coordinate our efforts as we describe where these sites can be found, what kind of research can be conducted at these sites, and why they must be protected for future…See More
Apr 18, 2016
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"Just picked up our first prebiotic experiment vials from the gamma ray source at TokyoTech/ELSI; thank you Yoda-san and Aono-san!"
Feb 7, 2016
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"Watching the new Falcon9v1.1 launch and landing attempt from Vandenberg AFB: Good luck SpaceX!"
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We will use this group to document and conserve areas of the Earth that are critical for astrobiology research. Most of us know that there are field sites of significance for astrobiology research all around us, but there is no repository listing these locations or documenting their significance. We will use this group to coordinate our efforts as we describe where these sites can be found, what kind of research can be conducted at these sites, and why they must be protected for future…See More
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The Federalist sets a course for Myopia IV, in the Amnesiatic Sector. Engage!

A recent review in The Federalist implicitly links the decline of Star Trek with the moral decline of liberalism. The kindest thing that can be said of the author's interpretation is that he possesses an impressively encyclopedic knowledge of the Star Trek universe. The author's knowledge of the real universe, however, exhibits a fascinating form of conceptual myopia endemic (but…See More
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ATLAS - let's document and protect astrobiology localities around the world!

We will use this group to document and conserve areas of the Earth that are critical for astrobiology research. Most of us know that there are field sites of significance for astrobiology research all around us, but there is no repository listing these locations or documenting their significance. We will use this group to coordinate our efforts as we describe where these sites can be found, what kind of research can be conducted at these sites, and why they must be protected for future…See More
Sep 21, 2015
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"Here's the review in question at The Federalist. "
Sep 20, 2015
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"Bothered by (but enjoying) a political reading of Star Trek's decline at The Federalist...look for my rebuttal on SAGANet!"
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ATLAS - let's document and protect astrobiology localities around the world!

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At 10:30am on April 22, 2012, Sara Imari Walker said…

Yay! Welcome to S.A.G.A.N. And thanks so much for all the help this week! 

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