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  1. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/remembering-freeman-dyson/
  2. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

        I found a trove of Georges kayaks from a recent builders log. Waterjet cut aluminum frames, stems, brackets lashed Eskimo style to aluminum bent tubing. Beautiful work! Local article about the big Baikarda. It's a crazy artifact," Dyson said. "I was young and ambitious, and a little...
  3. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    More about the canoe Today, a kayak tells us about the Aleut people. The University of Houston's College of Engineering presents this series about the machines that make our civilization run, and the people whose ingenuity created them. George Dyson's father, Freeman Dyson, was a great English...
  4. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    None other, Left.
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    Freeman Dyson DTS

  6. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    I was surprised to read that Freeman was a climate denier! I guess he figured that his nuclear starship reaching earth orbit would cook everything on Earth anyway. Good think that Kennedy and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty closed down Project ORION...
  7. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    THE QUESTION THAT phrases itself now, in the minds of many, is: how could someone as smart as Freeman Dyson be so dumb? https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2010/12/the-danger-of-cosmic-genius/308306/ Good article from the guy who wrote the book 'The Starship and the Canoe'.
  8. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    Good primer on the son and father from a blog. https://blog.longnow.org/02013/03/05/george-dyson-seminar-primer/
  9. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    George Dyson the son of Freeman. The book I posted above is a great read about the generational clash that I'm sure a lot of us here went through with our Dads. They worked it out in the end.
  10. Rasputin22

    Freeman Dyson DTS

    RIP Freeman!      You had a chance to blow us all up with your nuclear spaceships but what a concept. I always admired your 'out of the box, out of this world thinking' up to a point...      I could really identify with your son the Baikarda builder and loved the book.       Say hi to Bucky...
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