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A former Fulbright scholar and a pioneer in exobiology, Professor Velvl Greene spent years working for NASA searching for life on Mars. He continued to lecture right up until his passing in 2011. Read more about Professor Greene’s life, scientific research, and relationship to the Lubavitcher Rebbe here.
The following vignettes are from the recently released work, Curiosity and the Desire for Truth, in which a NASA scientist recounts his search for higher meaning and deeper understanding of purpose. Along the way, he encounters one of the greatest spiritu...
In 1960, Dr. Velvl Greene began working for NASA as part of the Planetary Quarantine Division, which was charged with trying to find life on Mars. His conversations with the Rebbe took an interesting turn.
A trip to Russia to answer three professors’ questions
The Rebbe sends a scientist to Russia to help Jews—whom the Rebbe had never met—move forward in their Judaism.
Sixty-seven different steps have to happen in sequence so that a newborn infant can go from a creature that lives in water to an oxygen-breathing baby. If a company tried to build it, it wouldn’t work
Would our rabbis be more successful in getting their message across if they exchanged their black frocks for white lab coats?
The debate continues, but the debaters have changed
Our interests included Jewish "things": JPS books, Chagall prints, and Jewish records. And that was enough for us. Until our visit to Warsaw
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