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Dragon Makes it Home, Martian Hotel in Chinese Desert, Huge Solar Storm the Year Japan is Born, founders Tony and Celia Becker with Mr. Past discuss Celtic History and upcoming epic St. Paddy's Day Party in San Jose.

Listen Now to Dr. Future Show 3.12.2019

Crew Dragon makes it back to Earth after successful trip to the International Space Station, an important milestone towards America once again  launching her own astronauts, yay! And if you want to have a taste of Mars without actually having to go there, consider the new Mars Hotel in China, a $20 million facility located way out in the arid city of Mang’ai in the Aaidam Basin, considered the most Mars-like environment on Earth.

In the second hour, we bring you closer to home with in studio guests Tony and Celia Becker, Celtic historians, producers of the website AmeriCeltic, and hosts to what promises to be a great St. Paddy’s Day party in San Jose this year. We also have the production manager of the event on the phone, none other than Mark Hager, otherwise known as “Mr. Past,” to Dr. Future fans of years gone by. He adds his quips to to our fast paced conversation on Celtic history and Sunday’s epic event. Enjoy!

The Futures with Tony and Celia Becker


Future News - Secret Cargo of the Israeli Lunar Lander, Crew Dragon now at ISS, Old Venusian Spaceship about to Crash on Earth, Bill Graff on Electric Car Battery Swapping, John Liu and Ellen Farmer on California Ecosystem Restoration Council, Night Vision with eyes only, Project Deep Squeek, Dinosaurs and Volcanoes 

Listen Now to Future News 3.06.2019

Lot of good stories this week, with two segments dedicated to ecosystem restoration, a topic close to our hearts, featuring global ecologist John Liu and Ellen Farmer, hosting the California Ecosystem Restoration Council, an open event coming up March 22-24.  

Changeable batteries for electric cars are a big topic this week as well, as are communications breakthroughs with other species, such as rodents in Project Deep Squeak, honeybees performing addition and subtraction, and new clues in the demise of the dinosaurs. Enjoy!