Isaac Asimov is one of the few people who can make their autobiography interesting. He may sound like he’s bragging but there’s no escaping a fact he’s a Master of Science Fiction and denying it would be ridiculous. It’s interesting for writers to see his mind at work and will answer any questions fans of what happened behind the scenes while he was writing his stories.
This week features Ozymandias and alternative healing methods.
I found out you can see a space station in VR and a hip replacements use 3D models.
An interesting autobiography of a mostly forgotten Victorian celebrity. A good reference for Native history and Victorian history. It has some details that may help writers of steam punk if you like obscure details. I’m Mohawk myself and felt obligated to read this book for the sake of being informed of my people’s history, and found it enjoyable.
National Geographic shows people how to fight like Vikings this week, and there was a documentary on England’s ancient oaks.
I got notice my scifi story “Liquid Courage” made me a co-winner of the 2016 Imagining Indigenous Futurism contest. A sign I’m getting better at this.
Nasa released free software and it’ll be interesting to see what people come up with.
Most of the online trends were in text but I did find one that had an accompanying video of salmonella and the collapse of the Aztec Empire
It was a good week in science: they created a foam that stops bullets and discovered how to thaw cyropreserved tissue without damage!