In the decades to come, we’re going to learn a lot about alien planets. It would not surprise me at all if we found ones like New Caprica or Arrakis.
It’s been an ugly week on the interwebs. For Linky Friday, let’s have a few moments of beautiful.
This is why I love science. As much as I love the new tech, and interesting designs, and fun bits of analysis, in the end, it’s the potential of that bleeding edge to upend everything we think we know.
Oscar Gordon’s Tech Tuesday covering Ammonia as fuel, making the Star Trek Tricoder, turning CO2 solid with a battery, Japanese innovation in space and baby elevators, cheap metal decontaminating water, simulated avalanches, and more
Hero dogs, mayor dogs, and stranded crocodiles.
Go on and shoot yourself a kangaroo, but beware of tigers.
Worms. Predatory worms.
Frozen amphibians (2), sea creature facts (2), beautiful birds (1), and more!
This Week: Love, Marriage, Children, God, and the Outdoors!
The importance of using tools.
This week: Education, Labor, Animals, Economics, and Cities!
This Week: Education, Relationships, Games Health, and Animals!
This week: Space, Family, Health, Transportation, Creatures, and Government!
Wildlife and cats. Do I repeat myself?
This week! Nature, Food, Obesity, Energy, Death, and Business!
This Week: Crime, Economics, Marriage, Breeding, Nature, and Education!