Cameron M. Smith
Author, Explorer and Archaeologist

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--> Pressure Suit Project Synopsis Video
--> Destination DIY Radio Feature on the Pressure Suit Project
--> Recent Scientific American Podcast
--> A Year with Copenhagen Suborbitals: Lessons Learned
--> How Many People Does It Take to Colonize Another Star System?
--> Cultural Evolution on Interstellar Voyages

* CURRENT / UPCOMING *

Winter 2014-2015 / Wrapping up a non-stop year of 15 talks, interviews and presentations; signed new book contract for 2018; preparing for 2015 radio interview and presentation at Pearson Air Museum and development and test flights towards our eventual high-altitude goal of 65,000 feet.

Fall - Winter 2014 / TEDx Brussels talk on 01 December and Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics talk on 03 December (trailer). Then home to continue building and testing at Pacific Spaceflight, when I'm not teaching or writing.

Summer 2014 / Going to the LA area to visit SpaceX in early August, following an intensive, week-long video shoot of my space suit project. Preparing talks for December 2014, at TEDx Brussels, and the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Canada.

Spring - Summer 2014 / I'm preparing presentations for very talented and accomplished folks at SpaceX, in Hawthorne, CA, and the Future-in-Space-Working Group (NASA / University of Texas-Austin) follwed by a month of archaeological fieldwork in Oregon and then August in Denmark, working with Copenhagen Suborbitals. Thence back to Oregon to wrap up the Atlas of Human Prehistory.

Winter 2014 / Mid-Feb Guest Speaker at CFI's Darwin Day in Hollywood and Costa Mesa, CA, new articles in Physics of Life Reviews, Skeptical Inquirer, and Acta Astronautica, more pressure suit presentations at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and local schools, and bashing away at my 2014 Atlas of Human Prehistory. Continuing my work with 'Pacific Spaceflight, Copenhagen Suborbitals and Icarus Interstellar.

To contact me, please email me at my academic email, b5cs[AT[pdx.edu.

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Photos of Cameron at Copenhagen Suborbitals, 2013 (L) and crossing the Vatnajokull ice cap, Iceland, 2004 (R).

Since 10 Sep 2014