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h+ interviews Marc Millis on space travel, time travel, quantum tunneling & Zero-G sex

from h+ Magazine:

Marc Millis, former head of NASA’s Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project, has designed ion thrusters, electronics for rocket monitoring, cryogenic propellant equipment, and even a cockpit display to guide free-fall aircraft flights.

His recent retirement after nearly 30 years with NASA has freed him to devote full time to his Tau Zero Foundation, “using the dream of reaching other worlds as both a long-range goal and a catalyst for near-term progress.”

An interview with futurist Chris Arkenberg

from technoccult.net:

[...] To begin with, I’d like to just underline that forecasting and prediction are very different. As futurists, we’re not making predictions but, rather, making approximations based on existing trends. I like to think of it as collapsing probability space into the most likely futures.

We look forward to having Chris as a contributor to the upcoming ‘EOT Reports’.