NASA had an exciting annoucement and Disney created a wireless power source this week!
I’m debuting a new feature and crossposting my weekly Goodreads reviews here.
This is the best young adult’s book I’ve read. I liked it because the protagonist did more than try to find and maintain a romance or love triangle though some fans of the genre may consider this a drawback. She had an asylum to escape and a mystery to solve and I preferred this over her mooning over a love interest.
My discoveries were artistic this time, ancient rock art and iron age pottery.
I found out NASA is looking for alien life, Dubai is launching hover taxis, and robot’s will be delivering parcels in the future.
This is a short booklet that tries to teach you to view your writing as a business and treat it as such. Though it has its own quirks you should be aware of. I learned some things I didn’t know of but it feels a little short. He’s planning on a Business 201 next which may help readers develop a working knowledge of the publishing business. I am willing to check out the next one when it comes out.
I found information on the Mayan’s farming methods, a dancing dragon and a lost continent this week.
Colonists often dismissed Indigenous Knowledge in favor of modern scientific methods. Yet climate scientists are now using the Inuit’s traditional knowledge to document the historical and current climate trends in the Arctic. Who better to know the historical trends than a people who have lived in the Arctic year round for generations rather than a group of scientists who may visit the Arctic for short term projects?
There was the NASA Twin Study, robotic bees and an exhibit of 500 years of
robotics this week.
There were transfigured towns and goth chickens this week.
I saw a lot of trending science stories but the robot who won a poker tournament was
the only one that had an interesting video to back it out. The rest was text articles.