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Bruce Dorminey
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Science Journalist, Forbes tech contributor; author Distant Wanderers: The Search Planets Beyond the Solar System
Science Journalist, Forbes tech contributor; author Distant Wanderers: The Search Planets Beyond the Solar System

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How one aircraft revolutionized air travel and created a whole new generation just itching with wanderlust. https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2019/02/16/5-things-you-likely-never-knew-about-boeings-747/#1b041c992422
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I no longer actively cover climate change but am a former member of the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) and during that period wrote this decade-old story that is still relevant today. For some reason, the images that went with this article done for ClimateCentral.org have been excised. But the upshot of the piece is that 35,000 years ago, humans were more resilient in dealing with the vagaries of climate than today.
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Interstellar propulsion breakthroughs will require research that is motivated by more than mere hype, says former NASA breakthrough propulsion physicist. https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2019/01/31/former-nasa-rocket-scientist-on-why-were-still-going-nowhere-fast/#6d6c23237c85

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Chris Young covers Keith Whitley's classic country hit, "Don't Close Your Eyes." Whitley was best known for his version of "When You Say Nothing At All," which was also a bluegrass hit by Alison Krauss and then later a major pop hit by Ronan Keating.
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Steve Wariner’s few number-one 1990s hits were perfect for country radio under an open sky brimming with stars. A warm cup of coffee nestled in the center console and a full tank of gas. Doesn’t get any better than that. #stevewariner
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Innovative new water-mining technology should allow for unlimited robotic missions using steam-powered spacecraft capable of hopping around the surfaces of Mars, the Moon, dwarf planets like Ceres, even from asteroid to asteroid. https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2019/01/14/steam-powered-asteroid-hopper-offers-revolutionary-new-way-to-explore-our-solar-system/#6a88eaa4500b

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The majority of our galaxy’s youngest red dwarf stars may have circumstellar disks that don’t last long enough to provide their newborn planets with water and the chemical seeds of life, new Hubble Space Telescope and European Southern Observatory (ESO) observations suggest. https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2019/01/13/scores-of-rocky-exoplanets-may-be-bone-dry-and-lifeless-astronomers-now-say/#431c51094624

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