Here is a place to learn, teach, and voice your ideas and opinions about science topics of your choice; but, bear in mind – Science is Fun!
I present here (accessible from the menu button “MENU”, at top left of page), a small collection of my essays on various science topics – each, with an easy-going, fun and unique way of presenting the topic. I hope that they are – at least, the short, digestible, light-hearted ‘lessons‘, that a friend refers to them, as.
But this is also a place to learn, teach, and voice your ideas, and your opinions about science topics of your choice. Bear in mind: Science is Fun…..no – REALLY! And so, enjoy….
Dale Alan Bryant, is a writer of science essays in many areas of science, specializing in Observational Astronomy, Astrobiology, Paleoanthropology, Human Origins, and more, and is currently working on his book of General Science Essays for the General Reader, emphasizing clarity, of otherwise, sometimes difficult scientific topics and ideas. His easy-going, clear, and oftentimes, humorous approach makes these topics, palatable and approachable – but best of all, understandable – even fun!
He’s also a veteran observational astronomer and certificated astrobiologist, currently involved with the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute, the Breakthrough Initiative Project, Planet Hunters.org, and the Kepler Space Telescope (Kepler Orbiting Observatory) Exoplanet Databases.
When he’s not writing, he’s probably playing Hard-Rock guitar licks on his – ‘far-less-than-nominal-but-well-tweaked’ – “First Act” guitar “replica”! He has also been a writer for the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO.org) on exoplanets, the search for extraterrestrial life, and the Kepler Space Telescope. The Kepler mission has discovered over 4,500 new planets orbiting stars, other than the Sun, in more than 2,000 newly discovered planetary systems (read: ‘Solar systems’). To learn more on that topic just follow the link below: