Down to Earth With: Evan Thomas

At age 16, Evan Thomas made a list of 100 life goals — his bucket list. At only 27 years old, he’s done pretty well so far: Graduate college with a degree in aerospace engineering — check. Get a doctorate by age 25 — almost (missed by 11 days). Work for NASA — check. Start a business, help people, travel the world — check, check, check. Get a private pilot license — check. Climb the world’s tallest mountains — in process.
 

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Megan Sever

Credit: Danielle Schaab.

Sever is editor of EARTH Magazine. She has been with EARTH and its predecessor, Geotimes, since 2003, and manages the magazine's production from the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She loves working with the science community and enjoys learning something new every day.

Monday, May 2, 2011 - 06:00