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Matthew Williams

Matthew S Williams is a professional writer for Universe Today and Interesting Engineering. His articles have been featured in Phys.org, HeroX, Popular Mechanics, Business Insider, Gizmodo and IO9, Science Alert, Knowridge Science Report, and Real Clear Science, with topics ranging from astronomy and Earth sciences to technological innovation and environmental issues. He is also a former educator, a science-fiction author, and a 5th degree Black Belt Tae Kwon Do instructor. He lives on Vancouver Island with his wife and family.

 


 

Martin Braddock

Martin Braddock is a professional scientist, project manager and project leader working for a large pharmaceutical company. He has published over 170 articles in many journals including Nature, Cell, Human Gene Therapy and Nature Drug Discovery and more recently papers in astronomical journals for which astronomy is a passionate hobby. He is a member of Sherwood Observatory in the UK, a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology and live in Nottinghamshire with his wife and family.

 


 

Riccardo Campa

Riccardo Campa, philosopher and sociologist; professor at Jagiellonian University in Krakow. His research focuses mainly on sociology of science and technology, futurology, historical sociology, bioethics, and the history of ideas.


 

Margaret Boone Rappaport

Margaret Boone Rappaport is a cultural anthropologist and biologist who is Co-Founder of the Human Sentience Project, LLC, in Tucson, Arizona USA. She is working in the fields of cognitive evolution, human spaceflight, and Mars exploration. She lectured at Georgetown and George Washington Universities.


 

Christopher Corbally

Christopher J. Corbally, SJ, is a Jesuit priest on the staff of the Vatican Observatory and an Adjunct Associate Astronomer at the University of Arizona. As Co-Founder of the Human Sentience Project he continues his interdisciplinary interests in Earth- and space-based questions.


 

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Gonzalo Munévar

Gonzalo Munévar is Professor Emeritus at Lawrence Technological University.  He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of California at Berkeley, under the direction of Paul K. Feyerabend.  He has served as Nebraska Foundation Professor of Philosophy (Omaha), Professor of History and Philosophy of Science at Evergreen, and visiting Professor or Fellow at Stanford University, University of Newcastle (Australia), Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (Madrid), Universitat Barcelona, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (U. of Edinburgh), Kobe Shodai (Japan), University of Washington, and U.C., Irvine.  He has done research in the epistemology of science, the philosophy of space exploration, evolution, and for the last several years has concentrated in experimental and theoretical neuroscience.  He has many publications in these areas, amongst them several books on science, including Radical Knowledge: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature and Limits of Science Indianapolis: Hackett, 1981; Evolution and the Naked Truth: A Darwinian Approach to Philosophy, Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998; and Variaciones sobre Temas de Feyerabend; Cali: Programa Editorial, Universidad del Valle, 2006; as well as two novels:  The Master of Fate and Alex in Femiland. He has also edited several volumes, including Beyond Reason, Vol. 132 of Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991; The Worst Enemy of Science? Essays on the Life and Thought of Paul Feyerabend., (with J. Preston and D. Lamb), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000; and Sex, Reproduction and Darwinism (with F. de Sousa), London:  Pickering and Chatto, 2012.  He has just finished a book of poetry, Dark Prince: Poetic Tales of Unrequited Love, and is presently rewriting The Dimming of Starlight: The Philosophy of Space Exploration.  He is seeking funding for experiments on the neuroscience of consciousness and of bipolar disorder.

 


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