Kishore Hari
Weekly summary of the best science events in the Bay Area
Created 31 Jan 2021
  • Wandering While Writing the SciSchmooze
    06 Dec 2021 • 18 min read
    James Webb Space Telescope Welcome Dear Reader, I’m sitting in the comfort of an RV with near-freezing temperatures outside (elevation 2,100 m) as i write this SciSchmooze missive. The RV park has WiF...
  • A Thanksgiving postcard from Mars
    29 Nov 2021 • 25 min read
    A Postcard from Mars, @NASA Hello again Science fans! We trust you all had a good Thanksgiving. The picture above is a composite of two taken by NASA’s Curiosity Rover from the same spot, but at diffe...
  • Thankscience
    22 Nov 2021 • 11 min read
    The Uselessness of Useful Knowledge Hello Quantum Fans of Science, I hope you had a great week of lunar stuff. I did manage to catch the Beaver Moon Eclipse through some openings in the clouds. It is ...
  • Family, Friends, and Science
    15 Nov 2021 • 33 min read
    McNary National Wildlife Refuge Greetings Science and Reason Fans, Let’s start this out by welcoming Chabot Space & Science Center back and cheering the new collaboration they have with NASA, STUDIO 1...
  • SciSchmoozing Events & Issues
    08 Nov 2021 • 23 min read
    COP26 Demonstrators Welcome to another SciSchmooze, dear reader. COP26 ends this Friday and has been highly successful in eliciting pledges to actively confront Climate Change from the governmental pa...
  • SciSchmoozing in Orange & Black
    31 Oct 2021 • 26 min read
    Happy Halloween, y’all. Take a look at the above illustration. To me it resembles a monstrous lupine head, jaws wide, confronting a screaming person with arms held straight. In reality, it was lava fl...
  • Listening to the Northern Lights with the SciSchmooze
    25 Oct 2021 • 26 min read
    The Aurora Borealis (Credit: Getty Images) Hello again Science Fans! I consider myself very lucky to have seen the Aurora Borealis, more commonly known as the Northern Lights. I was in Quebec on vacat...
  • Decoding 42
    18 Oct 2021 • 36 min read
    Rights Groups Condemn Use Of Brutal, Unsanitary Planet Hi Fans of Science and Reason, I know that you have been wondering all day… Maybe 42 is the answer… So let’s talk about science and reason a litt...
  • Nobel Ig Nobel
    11 Oct 2021 • 30 min read
    Cat’s Eye Crater, Mercury (NASA) Greetings Fans of Science and Reason, I hope that you had a great week. As great as some things can be, sometimes it seems like it’s not that big of a deal since it se...
  • SciSchmoozing Uncertainty
    04 Oct 2021 • 26 min read
    Cumbre Vieja Volcano If you are awed by volcanoes near as much as i, check out this live feed or this live feed of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma in the Canary Islands. (More interesting in dayl...
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