This is an interesting article, readers. Check it out here: Courtesy of University of Minnesota | University of Minnesota researchers developed a prototype of a 3D-printed device with living cells that could help spinal cord patients restore some function. The size of the device could be custom-printed to fit each patient's spinal cord. The patient's … Continue reading Repairing the Spinal Cord – One Implant at a Time
Enjoy this song by Avril Lavigne, readers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v686vG5PSac
Rest in peace, Mr. Lee.
Well, readers, another week has passed and I am still not prepared to give you another personal Vocational Vivication. Most of this is due to the fact that – surprise! – it is the holiday season! (Gadzooks, what happened to May?!) Halloween and All Saints Day have come and gone, but Thanksgiving and Christmas are … Continue reading Reposted: How to Keep Writing Even When Life Is Tough – 3 Tips
I was once told that the last word anyone would hear on Earth would be: “Ooops.” Reading stories like these, it is easy to believe that statement. We are all very lucky that no one was seriously hurt or killed in these incidents…. A German Warship Was Scorched By Its Own Missile The American-made SM-2 … Continue reading Now THAT Is a Spectacular Misfire!
“And Pluto’s really small!” Does anyone else remember that episode of Blue’s Clues? I enjoyed that particular installment a lot and, now that I am a science fiction writer, it is not hard to guess why. Even at that tender age this author was champing at the bit, itching to explore the stars with her … Continue reading “Neptune’s Really Windy…!”
Upon seeing a photo of this iconic island with the tide out, my first thought was, “Holy cow – that looks like Minas Tirith!” My second was, “Where is this place and what is it called?” This is Mont-Saint-Michel, a mountain church and fortification turned monastery turned tourist attraction. It is in Normandy, France, and … Continue reading The REAL Tower of Guard