- Comedian Garry Shandling dead at 66 [News]
- Moons of Saturn May Be Younger Than the Dinosaurs [News]
- Argentine President Mauricio Macri is seeing President Barack Obama off as he prepares to return to Washington
- Clinton trip to Bariloche 1997
- Updates on Agentina trip from AP
- Argentine article about planning for the Presidential visit to Bariloche
- Presidential Toasts Buenos Aires 2016
- Eisenhower in Bariloche 1960
Greg Ahrens is an Associate of ENTERPRISE MISSION, having collaborated with Richard C. Hoagland on several papers beginning with an investigation of the Norway Spiral in 2009.
“I became interested in Space at an early age, and watched the early Project Mercury launches on TV in grade school. My youngest brother was born on the same day as John Glenn’s first American orbital flight. My father was a mathematician and systems analyst for a major aerospace corporation and I was an avid reader of my dad’s Aviation Week & Space Technology magazines.”
Ahrens served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam Era. He studied Political Science, and Spanish and Spanish-American Language and Literature at the University of Missouri- St. Louis. After working at a number of varied jobs he finally earned a B.A. in “Individual Studies” at Columbia College in Columbia, MO.
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
Website: The Giza Deathstar
Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”.
He is the author of many books in the field of alternative research: