Drbogdan – My Professional Background Includes Publishing Medical Research Studies, Directing Hospital Laboratories And Lecturing University Students. Also, I Have Headed Science Fairs And Have Been Associated With, For A Brief Time, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra And The Pittsburgh Ballet Theater. My Professional Background Is Summarized In More Detail On My Publications Page.
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- LIFE THRIVES THROUGHOUT UNIVERSE? (nyt-20121202A or B-a/b/c).
- LIFE CAN THRIVE WITHOUT WATER? (nyt-20080603-a/b/c).
- UNIVERSE *PULLS* LIFE-FORMS TO COMPLEXITY? (nyt-20130323A or B-a/b/c).
- TRAVEL TO STARS IS A QUIXOTIC EFFORT? (nyt-20090610-a/b/c).
- SPACE TRAVEL IS HARMFUL TO HEALTH? (wired-a/b/c & nyt-20140127).
- HUMANS ARE BEST IN THE UNIVERSE? (nyt-20080617-a/b/c).
- HUMANKIND'S "PROGRESS" (pgh-20081208-a/b/c).
- MEDICAL: EATING MEAT MAY BE HARMFUL TO YOUR HEALTH? (nyt-20200521). - NEW
- USA: MORE VALUABLE THAN MONEY? (nyt-20130426A or B-a/b/c).
- WIKIPEDIA IS A LOT OF FUN TO EDIT (nyt-20130329A or B-a/b/c).
My "New York Times" comments (latest – 10)Edit
- Science: Intelligent Life Probably Exists On Distant Planets? (wapo-20210619). - NEW
- USA: Paying *Living Wages* May Help The Current Labor Shortage? (nyt-20210601). - NEW
- USA: About Four-Hundred Ultra-Rich People Rule The Country? (nyt-20210331). - NEW
- Science: New "Perseverance" Rover Searches For Life On Planet Mars? (nyt-20210302). - NEW
- ME: *Sailing* – Sometimes Good To Sail Away From It All? (nyt-20210222). - NEW
- ME: *Mountain Climbing* – Sometimes Good To Get Away From It All? (nyt-20200928). - NEW
- USA: COVID-19 Pandemic Response Could Have Been Better? - 3 (nyt-20200911). - NEW
- Science: First-Ever Image of a Black Hole (M87 Galaxy) (nyt-20190410) (1+2).
- USA: Tax Cut – No "Trickle Down" Again – Wages Decreased? (nyt-20180813).
- USA: Tax Cut – Historic Heist – Big Loss To Most Americans? (nyt-20171202).
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Top editor Articles (60/selected)Edit
- Award – Grand Design (2010 book) by Stephen Hawking
- Animal tracks
- Aromatum Chaos (Mars terrain)
- Blue Movie (1969 film) by Andy Warhol
- Bright spots on Ceres (dwarf planet)
- Ceres (dwarf planet)
- Cerutti Mastodon site (humans in america/130k bp?)
- Comet 67P (first-ever comet landing)
- Curiosity (Mars rover)
- Dynamic Albedo of Neutrons (DAN/Mars rover)
- Farrell, Pennsylvania
- Gale (Mars crater)
- Geology of Charon (moon of Pluto)
- HD 139139 (oddly dimming star)
- Heartbleed (computer security vulnerability)
- Hermitage, Pennsylvania
- Homo naledi (early human)
- Jake Matijevic (Mars rock)
- Jezero (Mars crater) – Mars 2020 site
- Kepler (space telescope)
- Kepler-1625b I (1st known exomoon)
- List of rocks on Mars (Mars rocks)
- Luncheon of the Boating Party by Renoir
- Mars 2020 (Mars rover)
- Mars-3 (Mars lander)
- McLaughlin (Mars crater)
- Misty Beethoven (1976 film) by Radley Metzger
- Nexus for Exoplanet System Science (NExSS)
- Ourasphaira giraldae (early land fungus)
- Pamela Mann (1974 film) by Radley Metzger
- Planck (space telescope)
- Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon
- Radiation Assessment Detector (RAD/Mars rover)
- Radley Metzger (aka "Henry Paris") (film director)
- Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM/Mars rover)
- Score (1974 film) by Radley Metzger
- Sharon, Pennsylvania
- Shellshock (software bug)
- SM0313 (oldest star)
- Solaris (1968 film) (1st adaptation of novel)
- Solaris (1961 novel) by Stanisław Lem
- Subsatellite (moon of a moon)
- Tabby's Star (oddly dimming star)
- The Image (1975 film) by Radley Metzger
- Timeline of Mars Curiosity rover
- Wind River Range (Rocky Mtns, Wyo, USA)
- WISE J224607.57-052635.0 (brightest galaxy)
- Zazel (1997 film) by Philip Mond
My created Articles (284)Edit
- Adrozek (computer malware) - NEW
- Aeolis Mons (Mars mountain - Mount Sharp)
- Aeolis Palus (Mars plain)
- Africa (1930 symphonic poem) by WGStill - NEW
- A.I. Rising (2018 film) by Lazar Bodrosa
- Allan Hills 77005 (Mars meteorite found on Earth)
- Andrew Siemion (astrophysicist)
- Apidima Cave (oldest modern humans in Europe)
- Archicebus achilles (fossil - earliest primate)
- Astrobiology Magazine
- AT2018cow (mega-supernova) (IAU official: SN 2018cow)
- Avimaia schweitzerae (1st fossil bird found w/ unlaid egg)
- Bathurst Inlet (Mars rock)
- Benz(e)acephenanthrylene (PAH)
- Black Hole Initiative (Harvard University)
- BlueBorne (computer security vulnerability)
- BlueKeep (computer security vulnerability)
- Blue Steel (1934 opera) by WGStill - NEW
- Brief Answers to Big Questions (2018 book) by Stephen Hawking
- Bya (unit)/Billions of years ago (simple wiki)
- C/2016 U1 (NEOWISE) (comet)
- Cancer (2015 PBS documentary)
- Caveasphaera (possibly earliest animal)
- Chemical gardening (minerals that mimic biology)
- Chemistry and Camera complex (ChemCam)
- Circumplanetary disk
- Cosmos Redshift 7 (CR7) (galaxy)
- Darker America (1924 symphonic poem) by WGStill - NEW
- Dawn of Humanity (2015 PBS documentary)
- Decoding COVID-19 (2020 PBS documentary) - NEW
- DENIS-P J082303.1-491201 b (exoplanet)
- Denny (1st hybrid hominin found) (test)
- Detecting Earth from distant star-based systems (ETZ; test) - NEW
- Disrupted planet (destruction of a planet)
- Dyakonov-Voigt wave (new light wave)
- Earliest known life forms
- Earliest known life forms (simple wiki)
- Earth phases as seen from the Moon
- Earth phases as seen from the Moon (simple wiki)
- Ecliptic Plane Input Catalog (EPIC)
- EPIC 204376071 (odd dimming star)
- Exocomet (comet outside Solar System)
- Exposing Microorganisms in the Stratosphere (E-MIST)
- Extraterrestrial (2021 book) by Avi Loeb (test) - NEW
- Extraterrestrial sky (simple wiki) - NEW
- Fast Blue Optical Transient (FBOT) - NEW
- 55th Street Playhouse (NYC)
- Foreshadow (disambiguation)
- Foreshadow (computer security vulnerability)
- Friendly Fascism (1980 book) by Bertram Gross
- Galactic Center GeV Excess (XS γ-rays in Milky Way)
- Generic object of dark energy (GEODE) (test)
- Genius (U.S. TV series) (Einstein, Picasso, others)
- Geography of Pluto
- Gliese 163 c (exoplanet in habitable zone)
- Goulburn (Mars rock outcrop)
- GW190521 (gravitational wave/"flare" of BH merge near a third) - NEW
- GW190814 (gravitational wave of a "mass gap" collision) - NEW
- Hachimoji DNA (synthetic 8-base DNA)
- Hawking (2013 film) about Stephen Hawking
- Hemolithin (possibly 1st extraterrestrial protein found) - NEW
- Hereford Arizona Observatory
- Highway 1 USA (1962 opera) by WGStill - NEW
- Hillary Montes (Pluto)
- Hottah (Mars rock outcrop)
- Human Genome Synthesis
- Human Nature (2019 film documentary) (CRISPR)
- Hycean planet - NEW
- Icarus (farthest star detected)
- Illustris project (cosmology)
- Infinity Chamber (2016 film) by Travis Milloy - NEW
- IRAS 13224-3809 (galaxy with notable black hole) - NEW
- Jacob Matijevic (NASA scientist)
- Jan Bogdan (1608 American pioneer) (test)
- K2-288Bb (exoplanet – super-Earth)
- Kaintuck (1935 symphonic poem) by WGStill - NEW
- Kapi ramnagarensis - NEW
- La Guiablesse (1927 ballet) by WGStill - NEW
- LB-1 (star orbiting over-massive stellar black hole)
- Lenox Avenue (1937 ballet) by WGStill - NEW
- List of Gravitational Wave observations
- List of stars that dim oddly
- Lulu and Nana (1st gene edited humans)
- Making North America (2015 PBS documentary)
- Mangala Fossa (Mars trough)
- Mars Hope (orbiter)
- Matijevic Hill (Mars)
- MERMOZ (detects living matter remotely) - NEW
- Miniatures (1948 chamber music) by WGStill - NEW
- Miss Sally's Party (1940 ballet) by WGStill - NEW
- Moonmoon (moon of a moon) (test)
- Mount Sharp (Mars)
- NameExoWorlds (I.A.U. projects)
- Nautilus Deep Space Observatory
- Nepenthes Mensae (Mars plateau)
- New Andy Warhol Garrick Theatre (NYC)
- NGTS-1b (exoplanet – "hot Jupiter")
- Octavia E. Butler Landing (Mars Perseverance rover) - NEW
- Odd radio circle (ORC and ORCs) - NEW
- ORF3d (gene in COVID-19 virus) - NEW
- Oxia Planum (Mars plain)
- Peace Vallis (Mars valley)
- Pentecopterus decorahens (fossil – 1st big predator)
- PH2 (star – Sun-like) & PH2b (exoplanet – Jupiter-size)
- Philip Mond (film director)
- Phosphorus monoxide - NEW
- Piano Sonata No. 9 by Prokofiev
- Piano Sonata No. 10 by Prokofiev
- Planet Simulator (chemistry)
- Planetary Instrument for X-Ray Lithochemistry (PIXL)
- Prehistoric Autopsy (2012 BBC documentary)
- Psychedelia (2015 documentary) - NEW
- Rafael Navarro-Gonzalez (NASA scientist) - NEW
- Robert Sharp (Mars crater)
- Robert P. Sharp (NASA engineer)
- Rocknest (Mars sand patch)
- Rocknest 3 (Mars rock)
- RZ Piscium (star with odd light fluctuations)
- Sahdji (1930 ballet) by WGStill - NEW
- Scanning Habitable Environments (SHERLOC)
- Science tourism
- Science tourism (simple wiki)
- Search for the Super Battery (2017 PBS documentary)
- SGR 1935+2154 (MilkyWay-magnetar/frb) - NEW
- SISTINE NASA mission
- SMBGhost (computer security vulnerability) - NEW
- South Pole Wall - NEW
- Space Chase USA (2019 PBS documentary)
- Spaceship Earth (simple wiki) - NEW
- Spectre (computer security vulnerability)
- StarChip (interstellar spacecraft)
- Symphony No. 2 (1937) by WGStill - NEW
- Symphony No. 3 (1958) by WGStill - NEW
- Symphony No. 4 (1947) by WGStill - NEW
- Symphony No. 5 (1945) by WGStill - NEW
- Terri Hall (actress) - NEW
- Tersicoccus phoenicis (bacterium – resists spacecraft cleaning)
- The Bob Cummings Show (tv eps)
- The Bob Cummings Show/New (tv eps)
- The American Scene (1957 work) by WGStill - NEW
- The Bomb (2015 PBS documentary)
- The Glass Fortress (2016 film) by Alain Bourret (test)
- The Great Martian War 1913 – 1917 (2013 film)
- The Joy of Science (2001) – 60 lectures by Robert Hazen (test)
- The Machine (2013 film) by Caradog W. James
- The Mystery of Matter (2014 PBS documentary)
- The Roosevelts (2014 PBS documentary)
- The Theory of Relativity (2014 musical) - NEW
- Three Visions (1935 suite) by WGStill - NEW
- Thunderspy (computer security vulnerability) - NEW
- Timeline of Mars 2020 Mission - NEW
- Tintina (Mars rock)
- Titanium (computer malware)
- TOI 700 (star & 3 exoplanets) - NEW
- TOI 700 d (exoplanet – Earth-size) - NEW
- Trapeze (ballet) by Prokofiev
- UniverseMachine (simulated universes)
- Unnatural Selection (TV documentary/CRISPR)
- Walt Disney (2015 PBS documentary)
- WASP-189 b (exoplanet orbiting very hot host star) - NEW
- Wir (1982 film) by Vojtěch Jasný
- X17 particle (hypothetical subatomic particle)
- Yamato 000593 (meteorite)
- Zazel (spirit of Saturn)
- Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua (1st primate clones)
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My uploaded Images (2,273)Edit
Major Edits & InterestsEdit
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- "DENNIS" - history of the name
- "BOGDAN" - history of the name (see "Denis Bogdan")
- Bogdan, Dennis P.; Yaffe, Sumner J.; Juchau, Mont R. (April 17, 1969). "Characteristics of 3-methylcholanthrene (3-MC)-induced benzpyrene hydroxylase activity in the rat foeto-placental unit". Proceedings (Pharmacology 2338): Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). 28: 676. Retrieved May 10, 2021.
- Bogdan, Dennis; Juchau, Mont R. (April 1, 1970). "Characteristics Of Induced Benzpyrene Hydroxylase Activity In The Rat Foeto-Placental Unit". European Journal of Pharmacology. 10: 119–126. Archived from the original on February 14, 2021. Retrieved February 14, 2021.
- Bogdan, Dennis Paul (February 1, 1973). "Interactions Of Benzopyrene And Nucleic Acids In The Presence Of A Mixed-Function Oxidase System - Ph.D. Dissertation". State University of New York at Buffalo. ISBN 979-8661021359. ProQuest 302781013. Archived from the original on June 29, 2021. Retrieved July 15, 2021.
- Bogdan, D. P.; Chmielewicz, Z. F. (April 12, 1973). "Studies Of Interactions Between Polynucleotides And Benzopyrene In The Presence Of Aryl Hydrocarbon Hydroxylase". Proceedings (Carcinogenesis): American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). 14: 49. Retrieved May 10, 2021.
- Bogdan, Dennis P.; Bishop, Charles W. (September 1, 1974). "Differences Between Manufacturer-Assigned Values And Observed Values Of Alkaline Phosphatase Activity In A Commercial SMA Calibration Serum. (L)" (PDF). Clinical Chemistry (journal). 20: 1244–1245. Archived from the original on February 14, 2021. Retrieved February 14, 2021.
- Bogdan, Dennis (January 1, 1978). "Inaccuracy In Acid Phosphatase Kit Method. (L)" (PDF). Clinical Chemistry (journal). 24: 168–169. Archived from the original on February 14, 2021. Retrieved February 14, 2021.
- Bogdan, Dennis (August 1, 1980). "Excessive 'Performance Ranges' Specified For Control Material By Supplier. (L)" (PDF). Clinical Chemistry (journal). 26: 1370–1372. Archived from the original on February 14, 2021. Retrieved February 14, 2021.
- Bogdan, Dennis (December 2, 2012). "Comment - Life Thrives Throughout Universe?". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 3, 2015. Retrieved December 30, 2014.
- Bogdan, Dennis (June 3, 2008). "Comment - Life Can Thrive Without Water?". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 3, 2015. Retrieved November 24, 2017.
- Bogdan, Dennis (March 22, 2013). "Comment - Universe *Pulls* Life To Complexity?". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 3, 2015. Retrieved December 30, 2014.
- Bogdan, Dennis (June 10, 2009). "Comment - Travel To Stars Is A Quixotic Effort?". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 3, 2015. Retrieved November 24, 2014.
- Bogdan, Dennis (January 27, 2014). "Comment - Space Travel Is Harmful To Health?". The New York Times. Retrieved December 30, 2014.
- Bogdan, Dennis (June 17, 2008). "Comment - Humans Are Best In The Universe?". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 3, 2015. Retrieved November 21, 2017.
- Bogdan, Dennis (December 8, 2008). "Comment - Humankind's 'Progress'". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Archived from the original on October 3, 2015. Retrieved December 30, 2014.
- Bogdan, Dennis (May 21, 2020). "Comment - Medical: Eating Meat May Be Harmful To Your Health?". The New York Times. Archived from the original on March 2, 2021. Retrieved March 2, 2021.
- Bogdan, Dennis (April 26, 2013). "Comment - USA: More Valuable Than Money?". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 3, 2015. Retrieved December 30, 2014.
- Bogdan, Dennis (March 27, 2013). "Comment - Wikipedia Is A Lot Of Fun To Edit". The New York Times. Archived from the original on April 22, 2014. Retrieved June 20, 2015.
- My Publications Page (mirror)
- My Original Music
- My Internet Presence:
- WATCH – Wikipedia Edit History – of Any Article.
- LISTEN – To Wikipedia Being Edited – in Real-Time.
- LEARN – How To Edit Wikipedia – The Movie (03:03).
HIGHLIGHTS by Years (including 2000s); Breakthroughs; History; Outline; Timelines (Human, Life, Nature); Questions.
- Astronomers estimate that there are as many as "One Septillion" (1×1024 or, 1 with 24 zeros) stars in the observable Universe – more stars (and Earth-like planets) than all the grains of beach sand on our planet Earth.
- Astronomers confirm (as of September 1, 2021) => 4,834 exoplanets (in 3,572 exoplanet systems and 795 multi-exoplanetary systems) – after studying only a very small portion of the starry sky.
- The NASA probes currently active on the planet Mars (as of September 17, 2021) are the following:
Perseverance rover & Ingenuity helicopter => 205 sols (211 days) (211 days) (landed February 18, 2021).
Curiosity rover => 3240 sols (3329 days) (9 years, 42 days) (landed August 6, 2012).
InSight lander => 999 sols (1026 days) (2 years, 295 days) (landed November 26, 2018).
(USA flag on Mars – Mars Weather: Perseverance*Curiosity*InSight – Mars rocks – Martians found?).
- A spaceship from planet Earth speeding 165,000 miles an hour (as fast as our fastest one), would take nearly 20,000 years to travel beyond our Solar System to the nearest star Proxima Centauri – with no worthy place to land.
- Spaceship planet Earth is speeding about "One Million" miles an hour through outer space and, along with the rest of the Milky Way Galaxy, is traveling toward Andromeda Galaxy. (WikiTalk)
- The Universe contains life – on planet Earth – at least – and – we are not alone – life abounds – wherever we are – with microorganisms – at the very minimum.
- Biologists currently understand that microorganisms were the only known life forms present during the earliest 85% of time since the planet Earth was formed 4.54 billion years ago – Plants and Animals appear much more recently – in the latest 15% of time – Modern Humans, much more recently yet – in less than the latest 0.005% of time.
- Biologists have estimated that over 99% of all species of life forms that have ever lived on planet Earth are now extinct.
- Chemists have determined that all life forms on planet Earth are based on one particular chemical – with astronomical variations.
- Physicists have estimated that there is about 1×1082 (1 with 82 zeros) atoms in the observable Universe, and that additionally, at least 99.9999999% of all the matter in the Universe, from the very small to the very large, is empty space.
- Staff (2020). "How many stars are there in the Universe?". European Space Agency. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Mackie, Glen (February 1, 2002). "To see the Universe in a Grain of Taranaki Sand". Swinburne University of Technology. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Mack, Eric (March 19, 2015). "There may be more Earth-like planets than grains of sand on all our beaches - New research contends that the Milky Way alone is flush with billions of potentially habitable planets -- and that's just one sliver of the universe". CNET. Retrieved February 11, 2021.
- Staff (2020). "The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia - Catalog". The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Staff (2020). "Martians on Mars found by the Curiosity rover". 360cities.net. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Cofield, Calla (August 24, 2016). "How We Could Visit the Possibly Earth-Like Planet Proxima b". Space.com. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Bogdan, Dr. Dennis (2020). "Calculation - Time to nearest star". LiveJournal. Archived from the original on August 20, 2020. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Fraknoi, Andrew (2007). "How Fast Are You Moving When You Are Sitting Still?" (PDF). NASA. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Kolata, Gina (June 14, 2012). "In Good Health? Thank Your 100 Trillion Bacteria". The New York Times. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Novacek, Michael J. (November 8, 2014). "Prehistory's Brilliant Future". The New York Times. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
- Bogdan, Dr. Dennis (February 16, 2020). "The one particular chemical is Nucleic Acid - a basic chemical for all known life forms - in the form of DNA - and/or - RNA - that defines - by way of a particular genetic code sequence - all the astronomically diverse known life forms on Earth - all such known life forms are essentially a variation of this particular Nucleic Acid chemical that, at a very basic level, has been uniquely coded for a specific known life form". Dr. Dennis Bogdan.
- Berg, J.M.; Tymoczko, J.L.; Stryer, L. (2002). Chapter 5. DNA, RNA, and the Flow of Genetic Information. Biochemistry. 5th edition. Retrieved February 16, 2020.
- Baker, Harry (11 July 2021). "How many atoms are in the observable universe?". Live Science. Retrieved 11 July 2021.
- Sundermier, Ali (September 23, 2016). "99.9999999% of Your Body Is Empty Space". ScienceAlert. Retrieved January 17, 2020.
WIKIPEDIA – The Free Encyclopedia
WIKIPEDIA – The 5th most popular site on the Internet, was launched on January 15, 2001 (1st edit by co-founder Jimmy Wales), is currently published in over 300 languages, has been freely available worldwide for 20 years, 8 months and 2 days – Wikipedia has 57,218,472 total articles (6,377,575 in English (stats); 196,008 in Simple English) – *VITAL ARTICLES*: 10–100–1000; *BEST ARTICLES*: 35,054; *POPULAR ARTICLES*: Last 24 hours; Last Week: Top25; Top5000 – and has (for the English version) 1,082 administrators and 124,737 active editors – as of 08:19, September 17, 2021 (UTC).
- Wikipedia => Is "over 90 times" the size of Encyclopedia Britannica/online – as of January 2021. (calc)
- Wikipedia => Is encoded in synthetic DNA strands – as of June 2019.
- Wikipedia => Is laser-etched in glass on the Moon – as of April 2019.
- Wikipedia => Is available as 7,473 Books for $500,000 – as of July 2015.
- Wikipedia => Is honored with a Monument – as of October 2014.
- Wikipedia => Is the name of an Asteroid – as of January 2013.
- Wikipedia => "Is one of the Jewels in the internet’s crown."
- Wikipedia => "Nos Auxilium Facere Interrete Non Lactaverunt."
- Wikipedia => "Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. That's what we're doing."
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