We've contacted more persons to talk about the subject we debate in this website:
Adrian Buzatu - Particle Physics researcher, PhD candidate at McGill University, part of the CDF collaboration at Fermilab. He is popularising the science in Romania and tries to educate young people to write accurate about science in country. He accepted to answer to our questions. As central subject disscusions, we had: the black holes and the false information from local newspapers. Click here to read the full interview.
Oana Sandu - amateur astronomer at the Astroclub Bucharest. Her main job is public relations (PR executive) and her mission at the Astroclub is to be a contact point for events organized for the International Year of Astronomy 2009. Click here to read the fullinterview.
Vasile Ersek - doctor in geology and oceanography at Oregon State University. From the 1st of May this year he will be researcher at Oxford University. Of course, we talked about the global heating and climate changes. Click here to read the fullinterview.
Cristian Român - Romanian physicist, actual chief editor at the Romanian magazine "Science and Technology" and prize laureate in science journalism UNESCO - Romania. Mr. Român accepted to talk live with us about this subject. Based on his analysis and on the articles written in his magazine, we managed to write the whole "Mythbusting" and parts of "Space Explore". We've found out for sure that Big Crunch doesn't exist, and that even if there are observed asteroids, the real menace comes from unidentified asteroids and supernovas.