How Close is Doomsday?

clock 2The clock keeps moving but the alarm never goes off
Rahman Mohamed

Whenever something starts you know there’s going to be an end (This is the start of the article; there will be an end.).  Homo Sapiens were created/evolved; there’s been continuous debate of the start.  No matter when or how human life on Earth started, whether it includes all life on Earth or just the planet’s most annoying species, there’s going to be an end.  The question: when and how? Continue reading

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The Freeze: A Sequel to the Big Chill

Hopefully not something that will effect a lake near you
Rahman Mohamed

3 years earlier in Canada (2014) the Conservative government under Stephen Harper produced what was known as “The Big Chill“.  In this picture, one that was a hit at the box office of Canadians and reviewed across the media landscape, the story was based on scientists who worked under the government being told “Don’t tweet, post or talk to the media about your work.  That’s an order”.

Justin Trudeau was elected as Prime Minister in November 2015; cold was entering the environment in the Great White North when he was elected, but in less than a week the “Science Frost” appeared; on November 8 CBC reported that a short story by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had premiered on screens: “Scientists’ and Government Ministers’ Lips Unsealed“. This new picture was an immediate hit.  In fact, it was so popular that a scientist’s post was reported to be going viral.  After its unexpected premier and a steady run in the box offices “The Big Chill” seemed to have run its course.

It has just been learned that what appears to a sequel to “The Big Chill” is slowly appearing on screens in the United States.  Viewers say that President of the United States of America Donald Trump is tremendous in playing the role of the evil villain, the anti-science silencer in addition to Lead Producer and Director.

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Canadian Science: Forward or Still?

Is government-funded Canadian science moving forward or stagnant?
Rahman Mohamed

Orion is now more than just an archer in the sky with a famous three star belt.  It’s blast closer to taking humans to Mars.  Dawn of 5 December 2014 NASA successfully launched a new rocket in Cape Canaveral Florida for a test flight.  Mark Geyer, Orion’s program manager says “Orion is the exploration spacecraft for NASA, and paired with the Space Launch System, or SLS, rocket it will allow us to explore the solar system.”  Orion is being planned to take humans to asteroids and Mars.

Canadians might be some of these astronauts.  The Canadian government reports that it is investing more into science.

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