“Bean, now 85, was the fourth man to walk on the Moon with the Apollo 12 mission. In an interview with news.com.au, he said there is little doubt in his mind that we are not alone in the universe – with billions of stars and planets orbiting them, statistically speaking, life must have evolved on some of them.”
“Nasa scientists are on the verge of exploring Jupiter’s ocean moon Europa for signs of alien life.
Europa is our best shot of finding biological life in the solar system, researchers say.
The space agency is priming two probes, including one that will land on its surface, to explore the distant moon in detail within the next decade, the agency says.”
“The days of sitting in a taxi while it’s stuck in a traffic jam could soon be a thing of the past for people in Singapore.
The country’s Ministry of Transport has revealed that it is in talks with companies to start trials on flying taxis.
These futuristic vehicles are part of a drive to expand the range of urban mobility options, and Singapore plans to have them ready by 2030.”
Meanwhile, the PizzaGate protest will be happening tomorrow in Washington D.C.:
American journalist David Seaman will be participating tomorrow and will be giving a speech in support of those protesting. I hope those who attend will keep a close eye on the events there and watch out for people trying to incite riots and violence, as does happen with many of these peaceful protests.