Monthly Archives: April 2011

Khaled Al-Johani: The Bravest Man in Saudi Arabia

Khaled Al-Johani isn’t one of the many Arab Spring protesters in the middle east. He has not had the time or energy to get involved in politics. He’s a religion teacher in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and father of a five-year-boy … Continue reading

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Is the Google Lunar X-Prize Breaking Rule #1?

I’m a space flight fanatic. I grew up watching the Apollo lunar missions on TV. My mother got me up for the Apollo 11 lunar landing in 1969; I still remember hearing the crackling live broadcast of Neil Armstrong’s famous … Continue reading

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