crystal-ballWhere Could Humans Survive in our Solar System?
If humans were forced to vacate Earth, where is the next best place in our solar system for us to live? A study by the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo has provided a quantitative evaluation of habitability to identify the potential habitats in our solar system. (Universetoday)
There’s No Place Like Home
Fewer Americans are relocating than at any time since 1962. That’s good news for families, communities … and even the environment. (Newsweek)
New camera promises to capture your whole life
A camera you can wear as a pendant to record every moment of your life will soon be launched by a UK-based firm. Originally invented to help jog the memories of people with Alzheimer’s disease, it might one day be used by consumers to create “lifelogs” that archive their entire lives. (New Scientist)
8 Experts Weigh in on the Future of Human Spaceflight
The Review of U.S. Human Space Flight Planes Committee is getting ready to release its full report detailing the options for the future of manned missions into space. While the discussion over the future of NASA continues, PM turned to the leading rocketeers, astronauts and manufacturers to weigh in on the debate. (Popular Mechanics)
Beware The Reverse Brain Drain To India And China
The present reality is this. Large numbers of the Valley’s top young guns (and some older bulls, as well) are seeing opportunities in other countries and are returning home. It isn’t just the Indians. Ask any VC who does business in China, and they’ll tell you about the tens of thousands who have already returned to cities like Shanghai and Beijing. (TechCrunch)