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Topics: Astronomy & Earth Science, Biology, Debates, Education, Philosophy, Skepticism
Subtopics: Astrophysics, Critical thinking, Evolution, Pseudoscience, Science education
James McGaha is a retired USAF pilot, an instructor/examiner in parachuting who has completed over 5000 sport parachute jumps, an astronomer, and director of the Grasslands Observatory. He held a TOP SECRET compartmented security clearance and was involved in numerous classified operations including operations in the so-called “Area 51.” His current work includes astrometry and photometry …Learn more about James McGaha >
Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Humanism
Subtopics: Art & science, Filmmaking
Susan Sackett grew up in Connecticut and Florida and received both her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees from the University of Florida in Gainesville. In August 1974, she began an association with Gene Roddenberry, creator of the television legend Star Trek, serving as his personal executive assistant for over 17 years, until his …Learn more about Susan Sackett >