Scott Stoll logo world traveler. A bicycle wheel and the globe symbolizes Scott's journey around the world on a bicycle.
A pile of diet and fitness books. Comparing and contrasting them is the beginning of a mindfulness diet.
Ideas

The Do-Nothing Diet

My first life experiment will be about a topic that seems commonplace: how to lose weight. Here I try a variation of a mindfulness diet. I call it the Do-Nothing Diet. Can I lose weight by literally doing nothing?

Rachel and Patrick's first day on the bikes
Guest Adventures

Another one for the Bikes

After hunkering down for a year during the pandemic, at 71-years-old, Rachel begins her fourth bicycle tour with partner Patrick.

A dramatic picture of water droplets (clouds). A metaphor for the mass of oxygen on Earth.
Ideas

How much oxygen is in the atmosphere?

I demonstrate how to calculate the mass of oxygen in the atmosphere. And I talk about ten reasons why the accepted values may be wrong.

Scott Stoll wearing an astronaut's suit. He is crew candidate for the dearMoon project. #dearmooncrew.
Scott's Adventures

Scott applies to be an astronaut (again)

Scott applies to be a crew candidate for the dearMoon project to fly to the moon and back aboard the SpaceX Starship as one of the first space tourists.

A colorful yet stormy sea Bahamas with a tiny sailboat on the horizon.
Ideas

My quest for happiness

An introduction to my adventure in depression.
A series about how to find/create more joy in life. Everyone can benefit from these life lessons and activities.

A fancy, typset logo
How I make stuff

The Argonauts, Inc.

Scott’s first website and small business Contents The original website design Achievements A dotcom baby Innovators of social media Innovators of affiliate marketing Awards Inspirational advertising Media coverage Adventure archive The fruits of inspiration Our original mission statement Our original story But the world changed And so I changed The following is the story of

Scott riding his bicycle on Mars. The background is actual Mars, and the photo of Scott is from Tibet.
Scott's Adventures

Scott’s name lands on Mars

Aboard the Perseverance is my name, “Scott Stoll,” engraved on a silicon chip. Does that make me an astronaut? Are dreams written in stone — or silicon? Can Martians read? 

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