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Does America have a future in outer space? China is aiming to land a crew on the moon by 2025. Will America ever go back to the moon? And what about the dream of a manned mission to Mars? What will it take to finally travel to another planet? Our guest tonight is Dr. CLAUDE A. PIANTADOSI, Professor and Director of the F.G. Hall Environmental Laboratory at Duke University. His new book is MANKIND BEYOND EARTH: THE HISTORY, SCIENCE, AND FUTURE OF HUMAN SPACE EXPLORATION. Tune in and learn about a few of the challenges that humans will face during long stays well beyond the earth
Humanity is headed for a disaster of global proportions at some time in the near future. Whether it will be a super volcano, a “near earth object” like a comet or asteroid, a modern plague or something as exotic as a gamma ray burst, the question is: can humanity survive a mass extinction event? Tune in tonight to Inquiry when we talk with ANNALEE NEWITZ. She is a writer, journalist and founding editor of the science Website io9.com. Her latest book is SCATTER, ADAPT, AND REMEMBER: HOW HUMANS WILL SURVIVE A MASS EXTINCTION. This fascinating and frightening book offers some ideas of what it will take for the human race to survive the next mega disaster.
A self-taught Latin percussionist since the age of 12 when his father handed him Cal Tjader’s 1960 “Latino” album featuring Mongo Santamaria and Willie Bobo back in 1966, and an LP fiberglass conga and told him, “Here, learn to play right with these”, he’s been living and breathing Latin Jazz since.
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