NASA discovers new lifeform

Hours before its special news conference today, the cat is out of the bag: NASA has discovered a completely new life form that doesn’t share the biological building blocks of anything currently living on planet Earth. This changes everything.

At its conference today, NASA scientist Felisa Wolfe-Simon will announce that NASA has found a bacteria whose DNA is completely alien to what we know today. Instead of using phosphorus, the bacteria uses arsenic. All life on Earth is made of six components: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and sulfur. Every being, from the smallest amoeba to the largest whale, shares the same life stream. Our DNA blocks are all the same.


 I am personally disappointed by this announcement. It’s obvious that the expectations were completely different. I just hope that next time they don’t make such a fuss out of their discoveries; or if they really find ET, they’ll be crying out wolf and we won’t believe them anymore.

Read More

The Path to the Future

Read More

Another Graduation: ESL-401

I really enjoyed this class. A High Beginners group that I completed from day 1 until the very end. They were great. I’m gonna miss the parties and the picnics at Pennypack Park. They were such a treat to have!

Read More

Flamenco – Alegrias

This is the 1st part of the Flamenco – Alegrias letra that we are learning in our class. Great job Monica!

Read More

Workshop in San Antonio, TX.

I visited San Antonio, Texas from August 9-13, for a Workshop in BTOP; a state-of-the-art PC Lab I’m helping to set for my new employer. A great project, unique in this field and the best part, it’ll provide great and much needed services to the community I serve.

I was so impressed by the River Walk, with all those wonderful smelling grills, which makes it quite a difficult decision having to choose where to dine.

I’d love to live there just because of this incredible sight!

Read More