Welcome to The Space Show's “Way Outside The Box Ideas And Plans” Blog. This blog designed for you, listeners to The Space Show. It’s for you to post your ideas, suggestions, feedback, comments, and plans regarding anything space related. Topics can cover propulsion to space travel, to what NASA should or should not do, to what should be happening or not happening with NewSpace, to our best or worst space policy, to what is happening outside the United States to what is happening in the U.S – you name it. All topics, with the exception of politics, are welcome. This is not a political blog and political comments and news except as directly related to space issues and topics will be removed.
Each Space Show program (excluding Space Show Classroom programs) will be archived on this blog as well as The Space Show website (www.thespaceshow.com). Once the program is archived on this blog, it’s open for your submissions. On Open Lines shows, you can post comments about the topics discussed, the callers, and even submit your drawing, plans, or technology suggestions for what you propose or would like to see happen. Let the light of day fall upon your ideas here on this blog and let's see what others have to say about them.
I will monitor the blog for civility. Ideas are fair game for commentary, support, or attack, but going after individuals, name calling, etc - those types of comments are not permitted and will be removed. In addition, please understand that I don't have lots of time to post many comments or respond beyond uploading the shows to this blog in addition to The Space Show website, but remember, this is your blog for your material. Put your ideas, comments, and plans out there for all to see and consider.
You are also invited to rate or grade each Space Show program. In rating or grading a program, 10.0 is the best and highest rating and 0.0 is the lowest grade a show can receive. All numbers in-between can be used to assess your opinion of a particular show. A brief explanation for the grade you give a show would be appreciated, but it’s not a requirement.
One more thing, anonymous posts while they can be made, carry far less credibility and validity than a post with a real name and contact email address. If you want to be taken seriously and have your comments respected and appreciated, tell us who you are, and how we can contact you. If your comment or idea is worth our knowing about it, it’s also worth knowing who you are.
So enjoy and use The Space Show's “Way Outside The Box Ideas And Plans” blog. Suggestions and ideas to improve the blog, the show, and other aspects of The Space Show and One Giant Leap Foundation, Inc. (OGLF) are welcomed. Donations and contributions to OGLF are also welcome. Please use the PayPal links on either www.thespaceshow.com or www.onegiantleapfoundation.org.
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