Many years ago during a trip to Alaska, I had a very deep and intimate inner experience that caused a shift within me. I was reminded that we humans are stewards and custodians of life, not owners. I was reminded that achieving great things and solving wicked problems only comes from collaboration, empiricism, transparency, inclusivity, and mutual respect.
In honor of this sacred experience and all of you who know me and have enrolled in this global vision, I, Dr. Moriba Jah have partnered with SpaceWatch.Global to kick-off a monthly new and exciting Space Café series: Moriba’s Vox Populi (Latin for “the people’s voice”) where I intend to choose topics of relevance to space safety, security, and sustainability and have an hour-long “chill in a lounge chair” type conversation amongst people.
Moriba’s Vox Populi will be a disruptor in the current growing ocean of webcasts, I can promise you that! I’m really excited! After all, I am a SpaceWatcher!
Our 10th session on 7 April 2022 at 4 pm CEST/10 am EDT is coming up.
What evidence constitutes harmful interference in space?
- What are culturally nuanced criteria for this?
- What are the required evidence?
- How is this even quantified?
- What should the UN do about any of it, when raised to attention?
- Is a legal framework in place to handle this?
- And so much more…
It will be live…that keeps it real. I go unscripted and am not into luring people into traps or anything of the sort. I just want an open, organic, and real dialogue that connects to humanity!
This session will allow for some candid discussion about this, and raise awareness globally about this issue. I’m all about having an inclusive dialogue!
This will be what we will explore together in our next session of Space Café: Moriba’s Vox Populi. Please join us for a candid and inclusive conversation.
My guests are:
- Michael Byers, Co-Director of The Outer Space Institute
- Guoyu Wang, Founder of HarmonizeSpace and Chinese delegate to UNCOPUOS
- Holger Krag, Head of the Space Safety Programme Office at ESA
- Jinyuan Su, Professor at Wuhan University
Archive of the sessions: