One thought for man, one giant thought for mankind.

An excerpt from Chapter 5, Thought Travel, of the novel, Marty’s Dark Matter. Marty’s mom was relaxing for a change, reading one of her science books. Marty thought she might do some reading as well, but as soon as she sat down, her mom had to tell her what she was reading. “Were you aware,”Continue reading “One thought for man, one giant thought for mankind.”

Time is relative, orbits are not.

If we could travel the speed of light, we wouldn’t age. “One percent of the speed of light would still be awfully fast, seven million miles per hour. It would take a little over a second to get from Los Angeles to New York. This is more than 10,000 times faster than a commercial jet,”Continue reading “Time is relative, orbits are not.”