Categories: space, astronomy, astrophysics, law, policy

Astrologer suing NASA for hitting comet with spacecraft

wtf?, space, astronomy, law, legal, threats
Check this out...: > ### [Astrologist sues NASA over crash](http://edition.cnn.com/2005/TECH/space/07/04/deep.impact.sues.reut/) > MOSCOW, Russia (Reuters) -- A Russian astrologist who says NASA has altered her horoscope by crashing a spacecraft… more »

Lots going on at NASA...

space, policy, patents, politics, research
There is a lot going on at NASA. Firings, layoffs, contract cancellations and hints of center reorganizations and maybe even a closure. First, it appearts the the new NASA administrator, Michael Griffin, plans on letting go of 20-50 high-level ma… more »

Evidence of Cosmic Strings Found?

space, astronomy, astrophysics
If this "discovery" survives scrutiny, it will be the biggest scientific discovery of all time. Hands down. > ### [Finding the Ultimate Theory of Everything](http://www.rednova.com/news/space/132303/finding_the_ultimate_theory_of_everything/index.htm… more »

Non-controversial P2P: Aliens, Proteins and Atmospheric Models

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(cross-posted to ["Challenges of P2P"](http://groups.sims.berkeley.edu/pam-p2p/) [here](http://groups.sims.berkeley.edu/pam-p2p/index.php?p=8)) In the P2P debate, it's often easy to forget that there are important uses of P2P technology other than f… more »

Methane rain "on the rocks"...

space, astrophysics, research
Too cool. We have weather, houston (from ["Titan's Streams Like Earth's"](http://www.wired.com/news/space/0,2697,66351,00.html)): > Many of the same processes that helped shape the Earth are in effect today on Saturn's smoggy moon Titan, a team of in… more »
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