Looking at the idea of Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigan series meeting the Internet as we know it. Hilarity ensues.
The answer is not easy, even it we take it logically. There are, however, 50 ways and more for your brain to just do what it wants.
I doubt we’d have Obama as president if Martin Luther King Jr. hadn’t talked Nichelle Nichols out of quitting Star Trek.
Well. There’s that, then. This isn’t a happy froo-froo post, this is a split between annoyance, anger, and sincere thanks.
One of my dad’s heroes is the scientist Richard Feynman. This is a story on getting him a book about Feynman, family, presents, and a bit of science.
A little computer humor to start off the day. The Most Interesting Man In the World crosses over with XKCD. You know it’s win-win!
Timetravel is, in itself, a giant paradox. Which is probably why it’ll never happen.
And part of my back-brain wonders if he glows in the dark now.
Last night was a lunar eclipse on Solstice, which we won’t have again for a lifetime. And it was cloudy. Thankfully NASA has pictures.