Which floor please?

Going...up? I'm guilty of taking the gems of my city for granted. Until a few weeks ago, I may not have visited Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry since my last school field trip. My family and I were innocently playing tour guides (and tourists, ourselves) to a 10-year-old cousin, checking out the Henry Crown... Continue Reading →

5 things to be optimistic about

Everything is doom and gloom it seems these days, so we're going to focus on the awesome for a while. Here's 5 things that are happening worth jumping up and down about (and no, none of them is a damn cell phone): Commercial Space Exploration SpaceX, Virgin Galactic/Scaled Composites are redefining getting into space. The... Continue Reading →

The One Hundred Million Dollar Arm

Following the crash of his aircraft, an astronaut’s life hangs in the balance. Until, that is, scientists proclaim, “We can rebuild him. We have the technology.” It’s the stuff of a made-for-TV movie: a man is “rebuilt” with a right arm, both legs and a left eye of “bionic” implants. For $6 million… apparently $6MM... Continue Reading →

What the !@$% is Evadot?

Over the years, we've been a lot of things. These days we're looking for innovations in Experimental and General Aviation, with an eye for beyond earth. Things change 🙂 The old About page: In a TED talk a few years ago, Burt Rutan said "It's not good enough to have a generation of kids who... Continue Reading →

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