NES Chat With NASA Scientist Dr. Joel S. Levine

NASA Explorer Schools invites K-12 students to join a live chat on Jan. 21 from 2 – 3 p.m. EST with Dr. Joel S. Levine. Dr. Levine is the Chief Scientist of the ARES Mars Airplane Mission, and will answer questions about the the development of a robotic, rocket-powered airplane that will fly through the atmosphere of Mars to search for evidence of life by looking for trace gases of biogenic origin. 

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An archive of the chat will be posted shortly after the chat ends.

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  1. According to the laws of physics, we have the technology to expand the horizon for new technologies to be enhanced, created, and designed. Using the four principles that James C. Maxwell had formulated for all physicist, are we able to apply those to a new technology that would expand our interest in a new space travel program. According to the fact that we have applied and tested the string theory, and assume that it is not complete does not make it impossible to realize who we are, and what we stand for in the universe, but I already have. According to the “law” of 3n+1, it can be calculated to a “relative” state, but considering the fact that we use most applied quantum mechanical computations for everything, it presents the only applied structure for be-hindering AI, which presents a problem for the string theory itself. If you apply the “eleven” strings to a model it does not work, or function properly, but if you evaluate those “eleven” strings it still makes clear sense to what we may understand. My main question is, if we continue to proceed the way we do in this being, what good comes from actually proving that life exist?

    Example: You and I sit under trees and watch apples drop for the fun of it, but do we enjoy life itself?

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