Science on Sunday

Our winter weather seemed to be on its way out, but this week we’ve had the “fun” of more snow and freezing temperatures. When will it end? My garage door is finally here, but the installers can’t put it in until I can move my car out of the garage. And I can’t move the […]

Science on Sunday

What a week this has been. Seems like I’ve had nothing but internet and server issues all week long, Despite that, I’ve managed to slog my way through to the end of this round of editing on the next Logan’s World book, for which I have to thank my wonderful wife, who painstakingly ensures I […]

Science on Sunday

This week was a mix of editing and garages. The edits on the 2nd Logan’s World book are going well, and as the temperatures have warmed up a bit, I was able to get out to do a little work in my garage – something I’d not be able to think of for at least […]

New sci-fi and science reads for spring 2020

It’s been a while since my last books round-up, so time to take a look at what’s new in the world of science fact and fiction. With a bit of fantasy sneaking in there too 🙂 The Hidden Girl and Other Stories by Ken LiuA collection of sci-fi and fantasy short stories from this award-winning […]

New sci-fi and science reads for January 2020

It’s a busy start to the new decade with plenty to choose from in sci-fi and science reads. Here are my top picks! How We Learn: Why Brains Learn Better Than Any Machine…for Now by Stanislas DehaeneCombines AI, neurobiology, and cognitive psychology for an in-depth look at how we learn, both in an educational setting […]

New sci-fi and science reads for November 2019

There’s been a glut of books published this month, all in readiness for you-know-what next month. But never fear: I have you covered with my picks for the most intriguing and entertaining candidates among the pile. Beyond the Known: How Exploration Created the Modern World and Will Take Us to the Stars by Andrew RaderPodcast […]