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Be Like Felix Baumgartner – Dive Through Life’s Risks!

I have a sweet tooth for feats that combine a fair measure of sci-fi, like “the Man of Steel”–the original “faster-than-a-speeding-bullet” Superman; display a quantity of courage given to few among us; and have the added benefit of increasing the … Continue reading

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“Curiosity” No Mundane Project but a Stellar Team Effort

With the landing of the Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars this week, perhaps we’ll find during the coming century that the first “Martian” to land on earth will be one of our neighbors, returning from the red planet … Continue reading

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