May 26th, 2004

Bears’ ability to hibernate may hold key to longer space travel Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The yearling bear lay sprawled on a blanket in a central Wisconsin forest, his black furry snout pointing to the sky, as researchers sampled his blood, fat and muscle.
Locked somewhere within the burly body of the slumbering bear – knocked out with anesthetic Tuesday – could be the keys to helping humans cope with obesity, heart disease and inactivity, as well as someday providing a way to send humans on a three-year journey to Mars.

August 1st, 2001

Futurists make their forecasts Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

They’re coming back from the future, 1,000 pilgrims, heads swimming with visions of the world to come. Reading and writing have vanished. Hospitals have “smart beds” that control your medications. We’re fat and consumed with “cyber road rage,” but we’ve turned a corner in our civilization. We’ve colonized Mars. The future took place for three days, through Tuesday at the Hilton in Minneapolis. We’re talking about the annual conference of the World Future Society, which drew 1,000 people, mostly from the United States and Canada but also from Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Germany.

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