I’m not up to writing hard science fiction, but these stories help me write fresh soft sci-fi instead of rehashes of stuff I liked as a kid.
There were continuous updates on Tim Peake’s spacewalk this week.
There was a follow up to the ‘possible megastructure surrounding a star story’ this week. That bizarre-looking star just got a lot weirder — and yes, it could be aliens
There were some new ones I hadn’t seen before and others me and my blog readers have already seen in earlier posts in 2015. The best smart gadgets that stole the show at CES 2016
Elon Musk: You’ll be able to summon your Tesla from anywhere in 2018 It’ll be interesting when electic self driving cars are mainstream.
AI can save lives. Swansea Uni’s AI cancer cell detection ‘brilliant’
Who knew a clinical trial could be so dangerous? Clinical Trial In France Leaves Six Participants In ‘Critical Condition’
This is good information if you want to create a steampunk villain.
Eyeballs pierced, feet hacked off and tongues cut in two – and all WITHOUT anaesthetic: Gruesome images show the barbaric nature of 19th century surgery
Guys, you can now interact with life-sized dinosaurs at an Australian university, which makes it the closest you can get to a real life Jurassic Park.
This article makes it sound like climate change is working in our favor. Human Activity Has Postponed The Next Ice Age
This is a good reference for military sci-fi. ‘Trident is old technology’: the brave new world of cyber warfare
Someone worth watching in the future