Let’s see what we writers can do with what I found this week, and let this serve as a heads up to sci-fi readers.
Star Wars gives me and many others a future worth working towards so it’ll be the first post.
Star Wars: how future world conflicts will be decided in space though not as fun as the movies unless you’re a military sci-fi fan.
And now to move back to Earth
The latest in Health Research
These Are The World’s 8 Most Dangerous Pathogens you may want to use in medical thrillers.
I started this feature in mid 2015 so I saw some things I missed in this article: Cancer Treatment Has Come A Long Way In 2015: These Are The 5 Biggest Breakthroughs
Here’s some developments in green tech
I admire hard science fiction authors though the most I can do is write soft sci-fi at the moment.
I found some random bits good for worldbuilding details in sci-fi I thought worth including in this week’s post.
Good to know for murder mysteries: How to Destroy a Hard Drive—Permanently
This may become a major plot point or a minor detail in futuristic tales. Bitcoin’s ‘blockchain’ tech may transform banking