Welcome! I don't get killed easily! MEOUW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hi all
My name is Graham, I have recently retired and as I have already managed to work through most of the "To Do" list, which I had promised my long suffering wife I would get through, once I had free time. I am now looking forward to some "Me Time" and the chance to discuss topics that really fascinate me.
Serendipity has led me to the Space.com forum and after reading through a few of the posts here, I must admit that I'm rather Impressed with the content and input from members. This forum also appears to be free of the hubris which is so prevalent on other science related forums. Happy days.
Carl Sagan once said 'extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.' Of course it would be incredibly exciting if irrefutable empirical evidence was obtained. But, until then we must maintain a professional decorum. If we allow ourselves the mistake of arbitrarily proclaiming that 'we'll make contact any day now!', and we're wrong, we'll lose our credibility. It is absolutely correct to remain disciplined in our responses, until all the evidence is analyzed, and the correct response can be publicly released.Hello. my name is Jeff and I am a confirmed iconoclast who loves poking holes in your beliefs and theories. I am especially enjoying the current media attention to UFOs/UAPs because the world of science has traditionally and unfairly stigmatized that subject...
Hey cat, Patrick fenex here. Sorry about being AWOL the last day and a half. Family crises. I'll be back later tonight."I can't figure out how to attached downloaded and camera pictures! Can somebody please help me? "
I would like to know if things have become easier. The best I can do is to give a url for the pic or complete article. This means you have to put your images on line.
Is there an easier way?
Awesome Stevie!Hi folks, Stevie here!
Wanted to pop in and say hello to you fine people! I’m one of your new Community Managers. My background is in Scifi online games, I’ve been working with CCP Games on EVE Online and off since 2007. I was also part of the launch team and CM for VR rift launch title EVE: Valkyrie, worked with Star Citizen at UK meets and Insomnia Gaming Festival, which is a fun gaming event here in the UK.
In my spare time I enjoy streaming games, watching scifi and collecting supergirl merch. I’m also an ambassador for SpecialEffect, the gamers charity. SpecialEffect work with people with disabilities, developing controller set-ups, eye tracking tech and working with developers on accessibility in games (which is also a passion of mine).
I’m really looking forward to working on these forums, and chatting about Space and sci-fi in its many forms. I really enjoy working with passionate communities, and am 'over the moon' (Lol) to be able to be working with you folks.
Feel free to reply with anything you’d like me to know about you! If you wanna reply with your coolest bit of Space Swag, that would be awesome!
This is me in my Space Industries NASA jacket, which I love more then anything.
Welcome aboard!HI everyone, I'm Gregg from New Brunswick, Canada. I'm fascinated with Space and finding out what space is all about.
...understanding how it effects us and to learn what our purpose is here on earth.
Are we supposed to someday leave earth and colonize other worldly planets?
Are we ready for the truth?
Will we ever know?
Not knowing is what makes Space so intriguing!