15 SEPTEMBER 2017 #37 SPACE AGE CHRONICLES

I have been writing SPACE AGE CHRONICLES (subtitle: “The First 500 Years of the Age of Space”) for several years — working on it as time permits (and while publishing four earlier books: “AASHISH 1926-2034,” “READINGS FROM AN INDIA JOURNAL,” “THE MESSAGE,” and “TALES FROM EARTH ORBIT”). All can be found on my Amazon WarrenHall Crain Author Page at http://amzn.to/1Tym7aD.   When I return to Seattle from Kyrgyzstan and India in November, I will get back to work on SPACE AGE CHRONICLES, a book of future history, which I aim to publish on my birthday, 10 September 2018.   My earlier book “Tales from Earth Orbit” will be edited for inclusion in SPACE AGE CHRONICLES … and here is what … Read More

(E MINUS 92) 18 DECEMBER 2015 #10 TOMORROW IN A GALAXY NEARBY

TOMORROW IN A GALAXY NEARBY As we Earthlings move out into space, will we meet other creatures … even robots like C-3PO? Perhaps. And will we engage in future Star Wars? Or will we get along with those other occupants of the universe? There is hope for a friendly future. Three people — an American, a Britisher, and a Russian — just this week went to the International Space Station. They will work together there for six months. Yet here on Earth we seem to be having more and more difficulty getting along with each other As we move into the future, we must look not only to other planets, other star systems, other galaxies … we must also take … Read More