Friday, 23 May 2014
Mike Bara versus Dr Carl Sagan
I am confident that I can prove that there are no such things as the laws of physics. - Mike Bara, former cad-cam technician.
Hoagland, Richard C.; Bara, Mike (2007). Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA. Port Townsend: Feral House. ISBN 978-1-932-59526-0.
Bara, Mike (2011). The Choice. Pompton Plains, NJ: New Page. ISBN 978-1-60163-144-2.
Bara, Mike (2012). Ancient Aliens on the Moon. Kempton, IL: Adventures Unlimited. ISBN 978-1-935487-85-2.
Bara, Mike (2013). Ancient Aliens on Mars. Kempton, IL: Adventures Unlimited. ISBN 978-1-935487-89-0.
It would be madness to deny that there are well defined laws that describe the universe. - Dr Carl Sagan, astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist.
Annual Award for Television Excellence—1981—Ohio State University—PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage
Apollo Achievement Award—National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal—National Aeronautics and Space Administration (1977)
Emmy—Outstanding Individual Achievement—1981—PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage
Emmy—Outstanding Informational Series—1981—PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage
Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal—National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Helen Caldicott Leadership Award – Awarded by Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament
Hugo Award—1981—Best Dramatic Presentation—Cosmos: A Personal Voyage
Hugo Award—1981—Best Related Non-Fiction Book—Cosmos
Hugo Award—1998—Best Dramatic Presentation—Contact
Humanist of the Year—1981—Awarded by the American Humanist Association
American Philosophical Society—1995—Elected to membership.
In Praise of Reason Award—1987—Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal
Isaac Asimov Award—1994—Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal
John F. Kennedy Astronautics Award—1982—American Astronautical Society
Special non-fiction Campbell Memorial Award—1974—The Cosmic Connection: An Extraterrestrial Perspective
Joseph Priestley Award—"For distinguished contributions to the welfare of mankind"
Klumpke-Roberts Award of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific—1974
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky Medal—Awarded by the Soviet Cosmonauts Federation
Locus Award 1986—Contact
Lowell Thomas Award—The Explorers Club—75th Anniversary
Masursky Award—American Astronomical Society
Miller Research Fellowship—Miller Institute (1960–1962)
Oersted Medal—1990—American Association of Physics Teachers
Peabody Award—1980—PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage
Le Prix Galabert d’astronautique—International Astronautical Federation (IAF)
Public Welfare Medal—1994—National Academy of Sciences
Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction—1978—The Dragons of Eden
Science Fiction Chronicle Award—1998—Dramatic Presentation—Contact
Named the "99th Greatest American" on June 5, 2005, Greatest American television series on the Discovery Channel
Named an honorary member of the Demosthenian Literary Society on November 10, 2011
New Jersey Hall of Fame—2009—Inductee.
So, who do you believe. A former cad-cam jockey. Or a real scientist, published, peer reviewed and recognised within his field.