Call to Adventure

Excerpt That Obsessed Me – by Anthony Bourdain. “I wanted adventures. I wanted to go up the Nung river to the heart of darkness in Cambodia. I wanted to ride out into a desert on camelback, sand and dunes in every direction, eat whole roasted lamb with my fingers. I wanted to kick snow off my boots … Continue reading Call to Adventure


Science News I’ve been Following Closely – The return of the Hayabusa2 space craft to Earth. Launched by the Japanese Space Agency JAXA in 2010, the Hayabusa2 is establishing itself as one of humanity’s most impressive technological achievements in space. The space craft was sent from earth in 2014. Since then, it has orbited the sun with … Continue reading Hayabusa2

Vertical Cuzco

Old Picture I Want to Share – Vertical Cuzco, taken in February 2016. I took this photo on a particularly foggy morning while I was in Cuzco with a friend, Nicolas Comeford (seen in the picture). We had arrived in the city late the previous night. Tired, and following my friend’s travel book recommendation, we made our way … Continue reading Vertical Cuzco

SpaceX Stats

Event I Payed Attention To – SpaceX’s Second Astronaut to ISS Launch. On Sunday, November 15th, SpaceX took astronauts up into space. While paying attention to this, I discovered some interesting facts about the company. I remember a time before rockets could land. Musk would talk about the goal but no one really paid much attention, until … Continue reading SpaceX Stats


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