ListenersWe want to make listener participation a regular feature on the Wow! Signal podcast. This is your chance to sound off on air about what you think. All you have to do is comment on this blog or leave a review on iTunes. Then, just e-mail us and tell us how we can reach you. Or, leave a comment right here. You can also participate in the new Wow! Signal Live, coming soon.
We are looking to interview experts in the areas the podcast covers: The Fermi Paradox, The future of humanity, space colonization, SETI, astrobiology, and related topics. If you are an expert in any of these areas, please contact us and we'll schedule an interview. Guests so far have included numerous scientists, a blogger, a retired statistician, two entrepreneurs, a philosopher, a librarian, and artist, and a counterintelligence expert.
Im am neither a researcher or educated in the relam your looking for. However im interested in Aeronautics and Space Exploration. Technology that can open new ways of communications. Music. The oldest and most reliable way to communicate. Planets that produce noise may not always have life but, sings a different tone. Literately. But there may be a way to accurately pin point sound and to enhance the quality of it. Life gives of different noise than dormant planets. Thus music a form of communications. This is possible and can be used to measure the inhabitants of a breathable atmosphere. I don't wish to be famous and im not looking for publishing. Im simply a person who likes nasa and seti. Im peter westReplyDelete
I saw history in the making as I watched the live broadcast of the first steps on the Moon. I have been an active Space advocate for the past 20 years. My message is the colonization of the Moon and the critical urgency of working towards becoming a Spacefaring Civilization. In 2004 I created the world's first (and still the only) fully immersive, interactive Virtual Reality simulation of the Moon - based on topography data from the Clementine mission. It was called Lunar Explorer. Our team is currently working on a new and massively upgraded version of Lunar Explorer which will be called Virtual Moon. It will be a photorealistic, accurate and exact Virtual Reality replica of the Moon. We will virtually transport millions of people to the Moon and allow them to experience what it is like to be there.ReplyDelete
I have also organized two Return To the Moon conferences where we had NASA Moon walking astronauts and various dignitaries and representative from Space Agencies throughout the world: ESA, JAXA, ISRO, etc.
I can be reached at my email: email@example.com or on my cell (732) 221-3392.